A designated municipal heritage property, the Broadway Theatre is Saskatoon's only community-owned and operated cinema and live performance venue. ** Covid-19 proof: All products are kept away from human contact until delivery. A heavy influx of people into the area over the next three years put a strain on the two new towns, as well as the new neighbouring village of Riversdale. Queens Hotel in Saskatoon, October 4, 1980. According to MLS data, the average sale price of a home as of 2013 was $409,891. The Rumely Building in Saskatoon, March 12, 1983. Postmedia wants to improve your reading experience as well as share the best deals and promotions from our advertisers with you. Your existing password has not been changed. Email Us. Capitol Theatre in Saskatoon, September 11, 1982. [40], Originally the parish hall of St. James' Anglican Church, the Refinery Arts & Spirit Centre is a multi-purpose facility that hosts arts and wellness classes and workshops, meetings and conferences, and live performances. Saskatoon Heritage Society  -  Box 7051, Saskatoon, SK Nona Horgreaves serves customers in McDonalds, March 8, 1983. The neighbourhood is considered a middle to upper-income area, with an average family income of $67,657, an average dwelling value of $206,830 and a home ownership rate of 51.3%. [5] The name is thought to be derived from the Cree word "missaskwatoomina", referring to the saskatoon berry shrubs that grew along the riverbank. [10] With the establishment of the Broadway Business Improvement District in 1986, a revitalization program was launched to refurbish the streetscape and reintroduce the area's historic identity. [7], Still, the planned temperance colony failed for several reasons: the group was not able to obtain a contiguous block of land; the river was too shallow to ferry supplies and settlers; the nearest railway was 150 miles (240 km) away in Moose Jaw; land routes were small, often unmarked trails; and fears of hostility from indigenous peoples during the 1885 North-West Rebellion dampened enthusiasm from potential settlers. The Marr Residence on 11th Street East is the oldest house in Saskatoon (Laura Woodward/CTV Saskatoon). www.saskatoon.ca/org/city_planning/local_area_plans/pla... www.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/story.html?id=... www2.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/news/local/story.h... Great West Distribution/S&S Delivery Services, Canadian Forces Ammunition Depot (CFAD) Dundurn, Robert Simpson Co. Western Mail Order House. User account menu. JR Capital Construction's twin towers are under construction, July 7, 1983. Try the Local History Room, it is a treasure-trove for old photographs. By 1884, ferry service across the river began, making Saskatoon the crossing point for the busy Regina – Battleford Trail. ----- 9 KM Range--- 4 Days Battery----- 2 Days Delivery -- Guaranteed Satisfaction. Now, in Saskatoon's centennial year, a heritage committee wants to restore the building and preserve it while there is still a chance. Video guide is included with the package. Gem Grocery in Saskatoon, August 3, 1988. Excerpted from GARGOYLE volume 19 number 1 Sue Barrett. A new sign is being put up outside The Bassment, June 3, 1998. Without a rail link and enduring years of drought from 1885 to 1890, the economy consisted of little but subsistence farming. The Dollar Cafe in Saskatoon, April 16, 1985. Please enter your email below, and we'll resend the instructions for email verification. Stripped of its original name, the east bank settlement renamed itself "Nutana", a scrambled inversion of "Saskatoon". Old EGADZ building. In 1920 the house was moved to the back of the lot and converted into a garage while at the front, the Gustin Residence was built. The first Victoria School was dismantled and reassembled on a site at the University of Saskatchewan campus in 1911. The first agricultural fair, later to become the Saskatoon Exhibition, was held on October 13, 1886, at the "Louise Grounds" (now Nutana Collegiate's schoolyard). The land for the settlement was located in the Treaty 6region. Avalon Shopping Centre in Saskatoon, July 21, 1987. [34], The Broadway Theatre is one of Nutana's cultural cornerstones. Located at the Five Corners crossing at Broadway Avenue and 12th Street, the school yard would eventually be home to three school buildings as the population grew, the last of which being the present-day École Victoria School. house served as a field hospital (during the Riel Rebellion). heritage site in 1982. The Ross Building on Third Avenue in Saskatoon, July 26, 1986. Your existing password has not been changed. The Vimy Memorial band shell in Kiwanis Park is being repainted in Saskatoon, September 4, 1986. The Paramount in Saskatoon, August 30, 1985. SCHEUSE COMMERCIALE WHIRLPOOL POUR VOTRE BLOCK DAPPARTEMENT, BUANDERIE, POURVOIRIE COMPLET AVEC LA GLISSIEURE DE LA MONNAIE, BOITED'ARGENT, PORTE DE SERVICE, CLES TRES PROPRE, FONCTIONNE TRES BIEN COMME NEUFPOUR SEULEMENT $895.00 AVEC GARANTIE. Building demolition in Saskatoon, March 1998. Attention Print Newspaper SubscribersFor verification of Print Subscriber offers (e.g. It incorporated as a town on October 3, 1903, as Saskatoon had done earlier that year on July 1. The Ross Building on Third Avenue in Saskatoon. "This house was the setting of many a New Year's party, a Christmas gathering, a sing-song 'cause all the Trounces were very musical," Szalasznj said. Sorry, we could not verify your email address. / Eaton's Commercial Photographic Studio, Gord Waldner, Files It is currently represented by Councillor Cynthia Block, first elected in 2016. Ottawa Hospital CEO Dr. Jack Kitts recently ate hospital food and you won’t believe what happened next. It is now a bed & breakfast. If you are interested call 665-6887 for more details. Wait for the instructions to arrive in your inbox It is currently represented by Cathy Sproule of the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party, first elected in 2011. log in sign up. In the mid-1980s, Broadway merchants and community groups began to organize in an effort to turn the area's fortunes around. More that a century ago,Trounce House was the hub of the temperance colony's social scene and now heritage preservationists want to save the 120-year-old structure. Trounce House (1883) – The oldest structure in Saskatoon and the last of the original houses from the temperance colony founded by John Lake. 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[33], In Saskatoon's non-partisan municipal politics, Nutana lies within ward 6. Recently, a Marr Residence Management Committee was formed. 23 Street East, 51 Street East share. LIVRAISON ET INSTALLATION DISPONIBLE, APPELEZ AA ELECTROMENAGERS. In 1920, the house was moved to the back of the lot and converted into a garage. Payless Drugs, Saskatoon's oldest drugstore, was closing, May 2, 1981. [11], Nutana exists within the federal electoral district of Saskatoon—University. [2] First established in 1883, Nutana was the original settlement of what now makes up the city of Saskatoon. The Bank of Montreal bought land to build a new bank in 1907 at the bank's current location. Saskatoon was officially settled on August 18, 1883. ONE FREE MONTH IPTV SUBSCRIPTION WITH PURCHASE!! The first permanent settlement was established by the Temperance Colonization Society, a group of Toronto Methodists, under John Neilson Lake. [32], Provincially, the area is within the constituency of Saskatoon Nutana. Find Old Building in Canada | Visit Kijiji Classifieds to buy, sell, or trade almost anything! Until a replacement bridge is built, Broadway Avenue and its bridge is carrying additional traffic previously carried by Victoria Avenue and the Traffic Bridge.