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The Saskatoon area was inhabited long before any permanent settlement was established, to which the ongoing archaeological work at Wanuskewin Heritage Park and other locations bears witness. Canada's First Nations population has been increasingly urbanized. This is very apparent in Saskatoon, where the First Nations population increased by 382% from 1981 to 2001 according to Canada Statistics; however, a portion of this increase, possibly as much as half, is believed to be due to more people identifying themselves as Aboriginal in the census rather than migration or birth rate. Saskatoon has a higher percentage of First Nations population than any other major Canadian city at nearly 9%, although Winnipeg and Regina both exceed 8%; in certain neighborhoods such as Pleasant Hill, this percentage exceeds 40%.
Saskatoon is a city located in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, on the South Saskatchewan River. Saskatoon has a metropolitan population of over 240,000. According to Canada Census 2006 the Mean household income for Saskatoon was $ 41,991.00.
The City of Saskatoon has had an ongoing problem with its crime rate. The 2006 census crime data, released on July 2007, has Saskatoon as the leading city in Canada in violent crime, with 1,606 violent crimes per 100,000 residents annually. Maclean’s Magazine, published March 12, 2008, rated Saskatoon as the second most dangerous city in the country, next to Regina, and stated that Regina, Saskatoon and Winnipeg would be among the ten most dangerous American cities in violent crime and robberies.
According to an April 28, 2008 release by Statistics Canada, actual economic growth in Saskatchewan for 2007 was disappointing and much less than expected, with real GDP growth at 2.8%, the lowest of the western Canadian provinces, after losing 0.4% of GDP in 2006
Saskatoon’s climate is a dry- prairie/savanna biome type and therefore experiences warm summers and very cold winters. Extreme temperatures range from -50°C in winter to 41°C (-58°F to 104°F) in summer.
Saskatoon has an agricultural biotechnology research base, from the Department of Industry and Resources. Some of this research takes place at Innovation Place Research Park and at the University of Saskatchewan. The University of Saskatchewan hosts the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO) that conducts infectious diseases research to develop infectious diseases controls for humans and animals.
The University of Saskatchewan is also home to the Saskatchewan Isotope Laboratory, which studies environmental and climate change around the world. These studies provide secular records of environmental change that are critical to developing more accurate models of future environmental and climate variability that will dictate the economic well-being of the Prairie Provinces over the coming decades. The University campus is the major employer in the city. The campus is home to the Canadian Light Source, the largest scientific project completed in Canada in over 50 years. The CLS opened its doors on October 22, 2004. The $173.5 million dollar project resulted in a national synchrotron radiation facility that is used for a wide range of world-class scientific research.
The address of City Hall:
222 - 3rd Avenue North
Saskatoon SK S7K 0J5