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The minimum age for consumption of alcohol in Saskatchewan is 19 years. Alcohol, beer and wine are sold in government liquor stores as well as cold beer and wine stores in several locations throughout the city. Restaurants are licensed to serve alcoholic beverages.
A federal tax of 5% is levied on all goods and services. A provincial tax of 5% is assessed on all goods with the exception of food, restaurant meals and children's clothing.
The City of Saskatoon is a smoke-free city which makes all public places and private clubs smoke-free. This includes bars, nightclubs, bingo halls, bowling centres, private clubs and restaurants. In addition, smoking is not allowed in outdoor seating areas associated with these establishments or in temporary tent shelters at public events.
For information on the by-law, please contact Tobacco Control Helpline Saskatoon Health Region Public Health Services 306.655.4685.
Saskatchewan observes Central Standard Time year round.
Frequently Called Numbers
|Saskatoon City Police||306.975.8300|
|Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)||306.975.5173|
|Chamber of Commerce||306.244.2151|
|Saskatoon Public Library||306.975.7558|
|Saskatoon Region Economic Development Authority||306.664.0720|
|tcutickets.ca at TCU Place||306.975.7799 or 1.888.639.7770|
|Ticketmaster at SaskTel Centre||306.938.7800 or 1.800.970.7328|
|Time of Day||306.244.6411|
|Royal University Hospital - 103 Hospital Drive||306.655.1000|
|Saskatoon City's Hospital - 701 Queen Street||306.655.8000|
|St. Paul's Hospital - 1702 20th Street West||306.655.5000|
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170.83 km (65.95 square miles)