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Charlie Clark
Mayor of Saskatoon, Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis, working with our talent to build the city that gets it right.
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Charlie Clark Jul 12
Replying to @LarryHooohver
Hi Jim, the provincial laws permitting ride sharing have not come into effect yet, so it cannot happen before this. The work on the City's end remains ongoing to ensure that all of this is done appropriately and correctly.
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Saskatoon Police Jul 3
As we head into July, we've received 2,400+ bicycle registrations. When registering, make sure you have a good picture of your bike and use the serial # (not the model #). Registering could help in event your bike is lost or stolen.
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Charlie Clark Jul 1
Thank you again to the Optimist Club for working so hard to organize the Canada Day celebrations at Diefenbaker Park. No spirits were dampened by the rain this morning even though the cupcakes were!
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Charlie Clark Jul 1
Thank you to the Ahmadiyya community for the 🇨🇦 Day flag raising BBQ and cake celebration today. Your message of “Love for all Hatred for None” is as important now as ever as we work together to build a strong community and country in our diversity.
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2007 Huskies Jun 30
The Western Selects (California) didn’t give us an inch and we won in overtime. However we needed a regulation win to make the playoffs. 8 wins and 1 overtime loss was not enough in a strong Canadian pool. Couldn’t be more proud of the boys.
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Charlie Clark Jun 29
June was a busy month for the City of Saskatoon with many different issues that will impact citizens now and into the future. Full information on each of these developments can be found at:
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Charlie Clark Jun 27
National HIV Testing Day was founded in Saskatoon. Today I joined for a test at the testing site to help raise awareness of Saskatchewan HIV rates, while celebrating the work in community
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Charlie Clark Jun 23
Happy Pride! A great turnout from City Council and City of Saskatoon staff as we walked alongside thousands of others in the Saskatoon Pride Parade. A big thank you to the enthusiastic and dedicated volunteers who help to make this festival possible.
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Charlie Clark Jun 23
Replying to @MarcHoltsax
Fair point , there’s so much local talent to see, tonight I’m going to check out The Parab Poet show at the Free Stage.
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Charlie Clark Jun 22
Today I’m excited to be cutting the ribbon to open the Annual Festival and to listen the first show of the year by ! It’s always such a great time for to have so many people out enjoying local and international musicians.
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Design Canada - Documentary Film Jun 20
Hi ! We’re bringing our film to Saskatoon this Saturday July 23, 7pm at the Rainbow Cinema. Can we get a RT? Hope to see you there! Tickets:
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Hilary Gough Jun 21
Replying to @charlieclarkyxe
This isn’t about just naming a bridge. This is about building a foundation for doing things together and being intentional and working together in a good way. This is a learning process about being intentional in building a community together. -
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Charlie Clark Jun 21
North Commuter Parkway Bridge named “Chief Mistawasis”. The process to bring us to this day has been one of learning and growth. Thank you to the Elders, Survivors, the bridge naming committee and the entire community for the support and advice in our journey.
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Charlie Clark Jun 20
Today on World Refugee Day, I’m proud to stand with mayors from across the globe who are working to create more compassionate and welcoming communities.
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Charlie Clark Jun 19
It’s great to have expand their ag-tech company into ! This announcement shows confidence in our city, our economy, & our future. Welcome!
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Charlie Clark Jun 19
Everyone is invited to a celebration on June 21—National Indigenous Peoples Day—for the ‘Rock Your Roots’ Walk for Reconciliation. The walk starts at 9:30 am in Reconciliation Circle in Victoria Park. More info:
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morgan Jun 15
Pleasant Hill Community Pow Wow had a future dancer take part. Great day in with community partners all celebrating together
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Charlie Clark Jun 15
1000s of members of the Muslim community gathered at Prairieland for Eid-al-Fitr, & were joined by members of many faiths & backgrounds as a sign of growing relations across cultures in . Eid Mubarak, may this day of celebration bring blessings to you & your families.
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Charlie Clark Jun 15
Replying to @JaeMalinowski
Hi Jae, if the abatement goes through the City won't be giving up any of the taxes it currently receives from Midtown. The proposed renos would increase their taxes, so the abatement is just to not collect those additional taxes for 5 years.
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Charlie Clark Jun 15
Replying to @M_King07
They announced that it would be 17 stories.
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