We strengthen and build community-university relationships in Saskatoon’s inner city aimed at growing social, educational, economic and health equity through research and experiential learning. We strive for deep collaboration and co-creation of knowledge, and prioritize projects that are community driven and meaningful for the communities with which we work.
Our office is located in Saskatoon’s core neighbourhoods at Station 20 West alongside other tenants including CHEP Good Food Inc., Elizabeth Fry Society, the Boxcar Café, Quint Development Corporation, the Saskatoon Mothers’ Centre, and two Saskatoon Health Region programs (KidsFirst and Our Neighbourhood Health Centre). Station 20 West’s immediate neighbours include 55 affordable housing units and a branch of the Saskatoon Public Library.
Collectively, the tenants of Station 20 West endeavour to contribute to social and economic revitalization in Saskatoon’s core neighbourhoods. Co-locating at Station 20 West allows partner organizations convenient collaborative opportunities and the benefits of shared facilities and equipment.
The Community Relations and Engagement Office at Station 20 West is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We pay our respects to the First Nations and Métis ancestors of this place and reaffirm our relationship with one another.
Community Relations and Engagement Office at Station 20 West
Suite 203, 1120 - 20th Street West
Saskatoon, SK S7M 0Y8