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Inside Background
Saskatoon has health and emergency services which include three hospitals...
Last edited: 10 April 2010
Travellers can obtain visitor information from Tourism Saskatoon: Phone...
Last edited: 14 October 2011
Saskatoon is located far inland and can experience extreme variations in...
Last edited: 01 March 2010
Being a small Canadian city, Saskatoon's buildings are of a smaller scale...
Last edited: 27 February 2009
If you are a first time visitor to Saskatoon or you are just traveling through...
Last edited: 12 May 2012
Saskatoon's neighbourhoods are as diverse as the people who live in them. The...
Last edited: 07 November 2008
Inside Transportation
Saskatoon has one main airport — Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International...
Last edited: 10 April 2010
Saskatoon is a medium-sized city, so it's not too big so that you will have a...
Last edited: 01 March 2010
Because of its small size, Saskatoon's only form of public transportation  is...
Last edited: 02 March 2010
Three major taxi companies operate in Saskatoon. Due to a system of granting...
Last edited: 11 June 2010
Inside Things to Do
Saskatoon isn't known for tons of retail opportunities, but you can still do a...
Last edited: 20 March 2010
You can watch plenty of sports while you are visiting Saskatoon. Though no...
Last edited: 01 March 2010
Saskatoon is a city, and with that in mind there are bars and clubs that you...
Last edited: 20 April 2013
Includes a 9 hold miniature golf course and a two level driving range. Located...
Last edited: 29 March 2011
Wilson ’s Entertainment Park offers a unique mix of entertainment for all ages...
Last edited: 24 February 2011
Inside Dining Scene
Saskatoon's climate limits the time that al fresco dining can be enjoyed...
Last edited: 21 January 2009
Keo's does not deliver but does offer take-out. If you want to dine at Keo's on...
Last edited: 12 February 2009
Inside Canada: For Foreign Visitors
Coins/Notes  Canada has both paper money and coins.  There are currently five...
Last edited: 14 June 2014
US citizens can no longer cross the border, back into the US, from Canada...
Last edited: 24 June 2014
 In case of all fire, police or medical emergencies, call 911 to contact help...
Last edited: 13 May 2014
French and English are the official languages of Canada and are the languages...
Last edited: 08 July 2014
Telephones in Canada work exactly like telephones in the USA, and similarly to...
Last edited: 13 May 2014
Tipping In restaurants Gratuities are seldom included in Canadian...
Last edited: 14 May 2014
Canada is a country of immigrants. With the exception of the Aboriginal...
Last edited: 08 June 2014
To international visitors, determining the actual cost of things can be a...
Last edited: 29 August 2013
Thinking about traveling to Canada? You'd better reconsider if you have been...
Last edited: 01 May 2014
Canada's electrical supply and electrical outlets (sockets, wall plugs) are the...
Last edited: 08 February 2013
In Canada the price of gasoline (petrol) is expressed in Canadian dollars per...
Last edited: 29 January 2012
Canada officially uses the metric system of measurement.  Online Conversion...
Last edited: 03 January 2011
Canada Cellular Phones (Mobile Telephones) Mobile phone service, or cellular...
Last edited: 09 March 2014
A car is often the only way to reach the picturesque landscapes for which...
Last edited: 05 May 2014
Canada's Statutory Holidays  While there are a number of holidays in Canada...
Last edited: 13 May 2014
Goods and Services Tax (GST) This federal tax of 5% is added to almost every...
Last edited: 18 January 2014
The new Government of Canada website  http://www.canada... This is a project...
Last edited: 12 January 2014
Here are a few links to some travel and tourist mobile apps for use with...
Last edited: 12 January 2014
Here are links to some travel magazines you can download to your smartphone or...
Last edited: 10 January 2014
Canada is a huge country.  It is; approximately 9,984,670 sq. km / 3,855,103 sq...
Last edited: 13 May 2014