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Cultural Mapping

The City of Saskatoon and the University of Saskatchewan have partnered to undertake a series of community and cultural mapping projects. The purpose of these mapping projects is to better understand the scope and impact of culture in Saskatoon, both at the city-wide level and at the neighbourhood level and how it impacts quality of life.

“Hidden Histories” is a seven-essay compilation of Saskatoon’s memory of the First World War researched and written by University of Saskatchewan student Eric Story in 2015.

 Hidden Histories

In the summer of 2014 two University of Saskatchewan students updated and expanded Saskatoon's cultural facilities map and inventory.

 2014 Cultural Facilities Mapping
 Cultural Facilities Inventory

Previous cultural mapping projects studied the Riversdale, Nutana, and Mayfair/Kelsey/Woodlawn neighbourhoods.

 2012 Cultural Mapping - Nutana
 2013 Cultural Mapping - Riversdale
 2013 Cultural Mapping - Mayfair/Kelsey/Woodlawn