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jeudi, le 29 septembre, École Canadienne-française  Soirée italienne au profit du terrain de jeux du pavillon élémentaire

Thursday, September 29, École Canadienne-française  An Italian evening to benefit the playground of the elementary school.

Tuesday, October 4, QEXCA AGM - 7:00 p.m. Sports on Tap, 2606 Lorne Ave.

Thursday, October 6th at 7:00, the Unitarian Congregation and Saskatoon Public Library will host a Ward 6 All-Candidates Meeting in the Francis Morrison Library downtown.  Details to come.

Thursday, October 13th at 7:00 p.m., the Nutana Community Association will host a Ward 6 All-Candidates Meeting in the gymnasium at Nutana Collegiate.  Details to come.

Watch this space for details about these and other upcoming events.

Community Day in the Park a Success!

Sunday, August 14 was a departure from previous years in that we connected with the Saskatoon Open Door Society and St. Paul’s Lutheran Chruch to provide entertainment and education.  The City’s stage provided a focus for the cultural presentations.  The Fire Department and food trucks added to the festivites.
Thanks to our partners and sponsors and to the volunteers who made it all possible!
Relive the fun  - or see what you missed – on the Photos page.

#GetMyBikeBack Awareness Initiative


GetMyBikeBack is a program that encourages people to take a photo of the serial number on their bicycles so that, in the event it is ever stolen or lost, they can provide that serial number to police.  This increases the likelihood of having their bikes returned to them if they’re located.

Police would also like to include a friendly reminder to everyone to lock up their bike or keep it inside.  The police have been experiencing an increase in bike thefts throughout our city and it’s important for everyone to ensure their homes, sheds and garages are locked and secure to keep their belongings safe.

Protect Our River!


Water from your street drains directly to our river – UNTREATED.

Eight actions you can take to help keep our river clean:
·         Wash your car at a carwash to prevent soap from entering storm drains.
·         Scoop your dog’s poop and put it in the garbage.
·         Take hazardous household chemicals to designated drop-off locations.
·         Fertilize lawns and gardens naturally with compost, grass cuttings and topsoil.
·         Keep insects away with natural predators such as birds (houses), ladybugs (leaf litter), spiders (leave webs) and bats (boxes).
·         Pull weeds by hand or host a weed pulling party.
·         Sweep dirt and sediment onto the lawn not the street.
·         Fix car leaks so fluids don’t get washed down the storm drains.

Yellow Fish RoadTM
Help build awareness by painting storm drains in your neighbourhood with a yellow fish and the words “rainwater only” This helps remind your friends and neighbours that what goes down our storm drains affects our river.  Contact the Girl Guides to borrow a painting kit and get involved.

School News


Aden Bowman Collegiate
September 1 first day of classes

École canadienne-française
le 1 septembre - rentrée scolaire

Queen Elizabeth School
September 1 registration a.m. only
September 2 first full day of classes

St. Frances School
August 30 registration a.m. only
September 1 first full day of classes