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SGI determining future of photo radar

Two years after photo radar made its controversial debut in Saskatoon, city councillors say the speed enforcement cameras have been good for the city.

The province’s $4.5-million photo radar pilot project, which saw eight photo radar cameras rotate through select highway locations and school zones, wrapped up this month. 675 more words

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Lower business tax debate returns to city hall

One of the key issues from the 2016 municipal election returns to Saskatoon city hall Monday.

Representatives of the Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce and the North Saskatoon Business Association plan to appear in front of city council’s finance committee to argue for a further reduction in property taxes for businesses. 548 more words

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Council votes for new panhandling restrictions

A split Saskatoon city council voted to prohibit panhandling within eight metres of a cinema or theatre doorway, and from anyone using on-street parking pay stations or waiting to use them. 588 more words

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Mayor, councillors cleared of code-of-conduct violations

Mayor Charlie Clark and two councillors did not breach codes of conduct during the election, Saskatoon city council has ruled.

Complaints were filed this fall against Clark, Coun. 377 more words

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Saskatoon civic election: Ward 5 Randy Donauer

Randy Donauer held on to his Ward 5 councillor position in the 2016 Saskatoon civic election. The incumbent has served on council since first been elected in 2010 during a byelection. 128 more words


Ward 5: Candidates weigh in on city issues

Ward 5 encompasses North West Development Area, North Development Area, Agriplace, Marquis Industrial, Airport Management Area, Airport Business Area, Hudson Bay Industrial, Silverwood Heights, North Industrial, Lawson Heights, Lawson Heights Suburban Centre and River Heights. 2,120 more words

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Viewpoint: Five council incumbents face no challenger ... hmm

On May 18, former mayor Henry Dayday called a news conference where many expected him to announce he was running for mayor.

Instead, he went on a rant about city council’s communications allowance and how such an unfair advantage for incumbents might convince him to pass on a mayoral campaign. 794 more words

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