Moving to Saskatoon – Resources for All
Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan and continues to grow every year. If you’re moving to Saskatoon there are a few resources that can make this move an easy one. Of course everyone’s situation is different as to why they are moving to Saskatoon so I’ve broken out the resources into different categories.
Resources for All
There are two main resources that can help you find the info you’re looking for when moving to Saskatoon. They are the City of Saskatoon website and SREDA (Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority). Whether you’re immigrating, coming to Saskatoon to work, or wondering why you should move to Saskatoon, these two web pages are the place to start.
Immigrating to Saskatoon
Anyone immigrating to Saskatoon from a foreign country, or someone moving to Saskatoon whose first language is not English should first check out the Newcomer Information Centre http://www.nicstoon.org/. This centre offers info on housing, schools, language programs and settlement services. They work along sing several immigrant-serving organizations and will refer you to the ones that best support your needs.
Moving to Find Work
Saskatoon has a vibrant business community filled with diverse industries. Some of the biggest industries include oil & gas, mining, agriculture and biotechnology. If you’re looking for work, Saskatoon has many opportunities. Here are a few resources that will help you find work in Saskatoon and area:
Looking to start a business in Saskatoon? Here are resources to help you with that:
- City of Saskatoon/li>
- Square One
- Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan
- Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce
- Government of Saskatchewan
Moving for School
Saskatoon is home to the University of Saskatchewan and many great colleges. Here are a list of the most popular:
- University of Saskatchewan
- Edwards School of Business
- Saskatchewan Polytechnic
- Saskatoon Business College
- Horizon College and Seminary
- Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
- Academy of Learning
- McKay Career Training
The big media outlets are:
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Help getting your stuff here:
Finding a Home
No matter where you’re moving from or why you’re moving, I can help you find the home that suits your needs. Start your home search on my dynamic MLS Listing search and contact me to setup a time to meet and discuss your needs.