What's Happening

 

You are invited to participate in an interview on your understanding and experience of safety in downtown Saskatoon for a research study entitled Toward a Community of Safety and Care: Exploring Public Safety in Downtown Saskatoon. The interview should take approximately 60 minutes. The study is funded by Research Junction

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Applied research projects to benefit Saskatoon residents 

Four new research projects that will benefit Saskatoon residents are advancing thanks to Research Junction, an innovative partnership between the City of Saskatoon and University of Saskatchewan (USask). Research Junction awards funding to projects that apply advanced research methods to addressing current issues in our city. 

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What's New

 


 

New report launch: A Review of Affordable Housing Programs for Those in Greatest Need in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

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New Publications

A Review of Affordable Housing Programs for Those in Greatest Need in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Academic Report. Click here to view it.


A Review of Affordable Housing Programs for Those in Greatest Need in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Community Report. Click here to view it.


Promising Practices In Food Reclamation In Saskatoon. Click here to view it.


In The Media

July

Zak Vescera, Record number of people homeless in city: Count

https://www.pressreader.com/canada/saskatoon-starphoenix/20220712/281509344901365

Zak Vescera, Mayor asks province to help house the homeless

Saskatoon mayor asks provincial government to step up and house homeless people

April

Nick Pearce, Results of probe into Epic collapse expected in weeks.

https://www.pressreader.com/canada/saskatoon-starphoenix/20220407/282437057648806

February

Ethan Williams, U of Sask., City of Saskatoon collaborate on food waste reduction research

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/uofs-saskatoon-food-waste-1.6350922

USask-City of Saskatoon study finds ways to divert edible food from landfill

https://news.usask.ca/articles/research/2022/usask-city-%20of-saskatoon-study-finds-ways-to-divert-edible-food-from-landfill.php

Johnathon Charlton, Saskatoon study finds “practical” ways to reduce food waste

https://saskatoon.ctvnews.ca/saskatoon-study-finds-%20practical-ways-to-reduce-food-waste-1.5773152

September

Francois Biber, “A perfect storm”: Saskatoon agencies critical of income assistance reform, CTV News

https://saskatoon.ctvnews.ca/a-perfect-storm-saskatoon-agencies-critical-of-income-assistance-reform-1.5586980

August

Arthur White-Crummey, Landlords prevail in eviction cases: Study finds pandemic hardships of little account at hearings, StarPhoenix

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/landlords-triumphed-in-eviction-hearings-during-pandemic-study/ar-AAMWUfu

July

Amanda Short, Human trafficking fight on wrong path: advocates, StarPhoenix, 24 July

https://epaper.theprovince.com/article/281539408984189

September

Alex MacPherson, Non-urgent evictions spiked last month, but not as high as landlords expected:

https://thestarphoenix.com/news/local-news/non-urgent-evictions-spiked-last-month-but-not-as-high-as-landlords-expected

Mark Melnychuk, Support for survivors of sexual violence still falling short: NDP critic

https://www.msn.com/en-ca/news/canada/more-work-needed-to-help-survivors-of-sexual-violence-ndp-justice-critic/ar-BB18GrgJ

August

July

Concerns about justice continue for Sask. sex assault suvivors

https://leaderpost.com/news/crime/concerns-about-justice-continue-for-sask-sex-assault-survivors/

May

Concerns about justice continue for Sask. sex assault suvivors

https://leaderpost.com/news/crime/concerns-about-justice-continue-for-sask-sex-assault-survivors/

April

Study on survivors of sexual violence in Sask. finds low satisfaction with law enforcement

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/survivors-of-sexual-violence-in-sask-1.5549099

Newly released research suggests Sask. has one of the highest rates of sexual victimization in Canada

https://regina.ctvnews.ca/newly-released-research-suggests-sask-has-one-of-the-highest-rates-of-sexual-victimization-in-canada-1.4918072

March