I lineup of buses needing repairs forced city transit services to cancel two bus routes on Tuesday.
“We do apologize to our customers it’s certainly something we take very seriously and we’re taking steps to eliminate this issue,” transit manager Bob Howe said, adding the extreme hot temperatures caused overheating in some buses.
Get out your sunscreen, water and hats because it's getting hot in Saskatoon.
Environment Canada forecasts temperatures around 30 degrees from Tuesday until Friday.
For Bus Stop Refreshments owner Laurel Beaumont, the heat is welcomed.
"I love it, it's something that we all wait for and it's a beautiful thing."
The Meewasin Valley Authority (MVA) took the opportunity Tuesday to thank four families for chipping in to help extend the pathway system along the South Saskatchewan River.
Altogether, Janet and Art Postle, Jack and Sylvia Vicq, Terri Lemke and doctors Ivan Jen and Suzanne Yip contributed $400,000 to Meewasin's latest fundraising drive.
The MVA has raised just under $7 million of its $8 million goal since October.
The money is going to extend the Meewasin Trail between Wanuskewin Heritage Park in the north and Chief Whitecap Park in the south.
Many people are voicing concerns about the new smart meters SaskPower has been installing after several reports of fires, and some of those concerns are extending to the new technology SaskEnergy is installing, but SaskEnergy says there's no need to worry.
"SaskEnergy has no concerns with natural gas module technology that's being installed throughout Saskatchewan," said Vanessa Beaupre, supervisor of communications for SaskEnergy.
A local organization continues to work towards the perfect recipe to bring better food to Saskatoon residents.
The Saskatoon Food Council will host an official launch party on Aug. 15 at Osler School, about 25 minutes north of Saskatoon.
The group, which began to form in early March, wants to encourage collaboration and conversation about making healthy food more accessible in the city.
A budget boost will hopefully make for some smoother sidewalks in Saskatoon this year.
Pulling from the 4.29 per cent road levy and property tax increase, the City of Saskatoon increased the sidewalk rehabilitation budget to $1.8 million, up from $500,000 in 2013.
The increase means six kilometers of sidewalk should get fixed in 2014, up from last year's 1.7 kilometers.
Saskatoon currently has around 1,900 kilometers of sidewalk, enough to pave the Trans Canada between Saskatoon and Calgary three times.
As of August 1st it's going to cost more to travel around the province with on Saskatchewan Transportation Company buses.
STC fares are increasing 5.5 per cent on average. For a fare like Regina to Saskatoon that increase will mean a ticket goes from $46.35 to $49.00.
Candace Phelps, executive director of strategic planning and communications for STC, said the increase is, in part, due to higher costs.
An email from scammers pretending to be the Canada Revenue Agency is making its way across the country.
The email scam asks for personal information like your social insurance number, credit card or bank account information and passport number. In return, the email states you will receive a cheque. In most cases, the promised amount is between $400 and $700.
A new survey suggests many Canadians are staying close to home this summer, which is welcome news for Tourism Saskatoon.
The survey by RetailMeNot.ca says the high price of gas, accommodations and high air fare means 23 per cent of Canadians will not be travelling this summer.
There may be truth to folklore when it comes to repelling blood-sucking mosquitoes.
The pests are on the rise in Saskatchewan this year, reaching almost record levels following the heavy rainfall. If you are having bad luck trying to keep mosquitoes away with scented candles, nets and bug spray, here's some interesting information to sink your teeth into.