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Choose the insurance that’s right for you in Saskatoon
Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan. It straddles a bend in the South Saskatchewan River, and takes its name from the saskatoon berries, which are native to the region. It is also nicknamed "Paris of the Prairies" and "Bridge City" for its nine brass-coloured bridges, and “POW City” for its abundance of potash, oil and wheat.
Saskatoon is the fastest-growing region in Canada and has its youngest population. A steady resource-based economy coupled with low unemployment rates and tight-knit communities make it a good city to put down roots. Nutana, River Heights and City Park are some of its most coveted neighbourhoods.
If you call Saskatoon home, our capable Co-operators Financial Advisors here can help make your financial future in this city more secure by offering a comprehensive solution to all your insurance needs in Saskatoon. Get in touch for a no-obligation quote, be it home insurance, car insurance, or even life insurance.
Ask any Saskatonian and they’ll tell you the best way to experience this beautiful city – including its vibrant downtown core – is to cycle, jog or stroll through its super-scenic Meewasin Trail. North along the Meewasin Trail lies the Wanuskewin Heritage Park, a national historic site representing 6,000 years of First Nations history. Go south and you’ll meet native wildlife that inhabit the prairie grasslands of Beaver Creek Conservation Area.
Connoisseurs of art can enjoy pouring over the works of Canadian and international artists − including Picasso − at the Remai Modern Museum. History buffs can learn more about the Canadian West at the Western Development Museum. And for foodies, there’s Baba’s Homestyle Perogies, a famous drive-thru perogy eatery wildly popular with residents and visitors.
Saskatoon lies along the Trans-Canada Yellowhead Highway (Highway 16), which connects it to Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia. The northeastern part of Circle Drive, a major ring road within the city, forms part of Highway 16.