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Charlie Clark
Mayor of Saskatoon, Treaty 6 territory, working with our city's talent to build the city that gets it right.
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Charlie Clark 2h
Thanks for the info, I agree we do want to see people have alternatives than just driving and parking to . The City does provide Transit shuttles from downtown to rush games for 3$ a person. The quote you got does seem like a lot, Ill share this with
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Charlie Clark 5h
I’ll be there at 2pm on Saturday ready to rock. Let’s make it happen !
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Charlie Clark Jan 17
Welcome Chief Troy Cooper to Saskatoon. I am excited to work with you as a police and community leader in this great City Thank you and citizens for your patience through the hiring. We had great candidates and believe we have found the right one for our future.
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Charlie Clark Jan 16
I appreciated the chance to meet and talk about our City, our Province, our families and lessons learned from leadership and public life. Thank you for your service
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Charlie Clark Jan 16
For decades, Neil Richards was a tireless advocate for and in the LGBTQ2S+ community. His ground-breaking work enriched the lives of so many in Saskatoon and beyond as he helped to pave the way to create a more welcoming & ultimately successful community.
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Charlie Clark Jan 15
Replying to @LeishaCBC
Welcome back !
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Charlie Clark Jan 14
Replying to @MichaelWalters
I’d have to say that tweet gives you official civic planning geek standing
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Broadway YXE Jan 13
build day starts now! The street is closed to traffic but Broadway Roastery is open for business! Thank you to our volunteer crew working in -24 C!
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Charlie Clark Jan 13
Great game!
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Charlie Clark Jan 13
Bedford is packed for a showdown at between Marion Graham and St.Joes. Great energy, great spirit here. Already greeted by so many smiling hosts and volunteers. @
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Charlie Clark Jan 13
This is a great idea to support and recognize young Khawlah’s courage in the face of a hateful attack. Thank you for doing this !
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Charlie Clark Jan 13
Thanks for having me on the show to promote some of the reasons we feel we have something special here in Saskatoon.
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Arlene Bynon Show Jan 12
"The warmth of the people and beauty of the city make it a great destination" Mayor of Saskatoon
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CUPE Local 859 Jan 12
Yes our members are out working in this weather fixing watermains, garbage etc but we are not alone, , gas jockeys, airport ramp rats and everyone else who does their work regardless of temp. Stay warm everyone.
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Saskatoon Library Jan 12
Replying to @charlieclarkyxe
Thanks to everyone at the City of Saskatoon who worked today to get us back up and running. Frances Morrison Central Library will re-open tomorrow (Jan 13) at 10 am.
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Charlie Clark Jan 12
The Frances Morrison Central Library is closed today because the building does not have any heat or water due to a water main break. All other branches of are still open, and you can check out the list below for other warm-up locations in .
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Charlie Clark Jan 11
These two suicides in Fond-du-lac are a heartbreaking story from the North. We have to work together from North to South in Saskatchewan to ensure all kids feel that they matter and see a future here.
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Charlie Clark Jan 11
Thank you for partnership on the , bridge building, new schools, Childrens Hospital to help build a great City here.
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Brad Wall Jan 11
Congratulations Saskatoon on being the only Canadian destination to rank in the 52 places to visit around the world. With the newly opened adding to our downtown experience, truly is a great place to see.
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Charlie Clark Jan 11
Thank you and your government for your partnership on key events that are helping build momentum and quality of life in . Projects like the on Homelessness and new Bridges!
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