Assessment notices have been issued for the City of Saskatoon for 2023, with the appeal deadline being February 3rd. The City of Prince Albert is issuing notices on January 5th, with an appeal deadline of February 6th. Other municipalities will follow through February and March. Assessments should be professionally reviewed for accuracy. With nearly 30 [...]
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A prime 1.3-acre piece of real estate at River Landing has been sold for $4.13 to a Victoria, B.C.-based developer specializing in posh condominiums and resorts. Click here to continue reading the entire article
After months of wrangling and acrimonious debate, the government has dropped the hammer on a scheme to split the RM of Corman Park in two. Click here to continue reading the entire article
Corman Park is considering changing laws that govern how land can be subdivided in an effort to boost population density- and in turn the tax base- of the rural municipality. Click here to continue reading the entire article
River Landing Village is one step closer to reality. Click here to continue reading the entire article
Members of the public had a chance to view and voice their opinions on newly released designs for the North Downtown area in Saskatoon. Click here to continue reading the entire article
Demand continues to outweigh supply as the vacancy rate in downtown Saskatoon fell to its lowest rate in 20 years according to a new report released Monday. Click here to continue reading the entire article
Saskatoon city council approved zoning bylaw changes for Victory Major's River Landing project, one that could make one of the buildings in the project the tallest in Saskatchewan. Click here to continue reading the entire article.
Yellow Quill First Nation will build a new Class A office building on the corner of Fourth Avenue S. and 20th Street. Ron Waddington, managing trustee of the Yellow Quill TLE and managing director of Yellow Quill Holdings, said with the province's strong economy the time is right to go ahead with this venture.