Winter skyline of Saskatoon with the South Saskatchewan River bisecting the city. Winters in the city are long, and cold.
Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan is an annual Shakespeare in the Park festival held in Saskatoon.
The Remai Arts Centre is a performing arts centre and home to the Saskatoon-based theatre company, the Persephone Theatre.
Completed in 1932, the Delta Bessborough is a Canadian grand railway hotel, and a historical landmark in Saskatoon.
Headquarters for the Saskatoon Police Service. The service provides municipal policing for the city.
Broadway Bridge is one of several bridges that crosses over the South Saskatchewan River.
The Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport is the international airport for the Saskatoon metropolitan area.
The Peter MacKinnon Building at the University of Saskatchewan. A National Historic Site, the building represents an example of early-20th century Collegiate Gothic designs.
SaskTel Centre is a multi-purpose arena, home to the WHLs Saskatoon Blades and the NLLs Saskatchewan Rush.
The Royal University Hospital is one of four institutions in Saskatoon that was designated with royal status from the Canadian monarchy. The hospital received royal status from Queen Elizabeth II in 1990.