203 Bill Hunter Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7R 1E3
Phone: (306) 955-6565
Fax: (306) 955-6560
Popularly known as the Saskatonians, the people of Saskatoon welcome one and all to this beautiful city. Known as the largest city, as of the recent cencus, the city is also known as the 'Bridge City' for the several river crossings. It is a beautiful city that is worth a visit.
Serving as the international gateway to Saskatoon, the John G. Diefenbaker Airport has been named after the honorable Chancellor John G. Diefenbaker. Not only does it facilitates national as well as international air travel but the airport also provides for state-of-the-art meeting rooms and standard dining options.
This large convention center is ready to take on nearly any show, exhibition or event. For more details, check website.
The Redeemer Lutheran Church belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada Congregation. The church building is an interesting blend of modern as well as ancient architecture and is surrounded by a lush green premise.
Located on the south-west borders of Saskatoon, Saskatoon Railway Station was constructed in 1964 by Canadian National Railways. It is a one-storey building which hosted many arrivals and departures per day. It is now operated by the Via Rail and has become a heritage train station because of its International design.
The Rock of Ages Lutheran Brethren Church abides by its foundation's main motive, which is to bring together the entire community who believe in the power of Jesus Christ by their freewill. Sermons and prayer meetings are regularly conducted here.