Posts in Category: Saskatoon

Saskatoon City Hall

Saskatoon City Hall's Main Entrance

Sun going down on Downtown Saskatoon

Sunset over downtown Saskatoon

An Aircraft Passenger Stair Truck in Mayfair?

An Aircraft Passenger Stair Truck in Mayfair?

Some scenes from Mayfair in Saskatoon.

The Park Cafe & Diner

The Park Cafe on 20th Street in Saskatoon

Vimy Memorial

Vimy Memorial

The Avalokitesvara Buddhist Temple

Avalokitesvara Buddhist Temple

The Avalokitesvara Buddhist Temple Society Inc. was incorporated in July 1997 in Saskatoon. It came about as a result of a long-time desire within Saskatoon’s Asian community to have a Buddhist monk living and teaching in the city. In May 1997, several hundred people attended a celebration of the Buddha’s birth, which was organized by the society and held in the Union Centre. A commercial building owned by a member had been rented to the society under a legal lease with an annual rent of $1 for a ten-year period. In October 1998 the Avalokitesvara Buddhist Temple relocated to a larger facility in order to accommodate the rising number of members.

Howard Coad School

Howard Coad School

Howard Coad School skating rink

Royal West Campus

Royal West Campus

Formerly Estey School, Royal West Campus is a program for individuals who are 18 years of age or older seeking to complete Grade 12 or upgrade marks for post-secondary goals. 
It began programming in the fall of 2002.

Mount Royal Collegiate

Mount Royal Collegiate

Queen Elizabeth Power Station

Queen Elizabeth Power Station

Queen Elizabeth Power Station is a natural gas-fired station owned by SaskPower, located just inside Saskatoon. The station was called the South Saskatchewan River Generating Station until it was commissioned in 1959 by Queen Elizabeth II when the name was changed.

Construction of a $514 million expansion is underway at the power station that will add enough capacity to power an additional 205,000 homes.

The project will see the “D” Plant at the natural gas facility converted from simple cycle to combined cycle. Combined cycle facilities are 10-15 per cent more efficient than simple cycle gas turbines.

The station has a net capacity of 430 megawatts (MW). After the expansion, an additional 205 MW will be added.