Everyone deserves the right to live independently. Unfortunately, this is a reality unavailable to many people with limited mobility due to physical disabilities, as well as the elderly. Across Canada, both the provincial and federal governments are taking the steps needed to ensure that accessible housing is available for all, regardless of age or physical disability.

The push for an increase in homes outfitted for special needs has recently become evident right here in the Saskatoon real estate market, where a new accessible and affordable housing unit was opened earlier this year in the neighbourhood of Mount Royal. However, accessible housing availability is still an issue in Saskatchewan and the rest of Canada, leaving many to live in situations where their mobility is severely restricted by their surroundings or in some cases, are unable to live independently.

Accessible housing is a problem that has steadily been gaining attention nationwide, and it is time that it be properly addressed...

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Summer is the hottest of the seasons and it is probably the most loved one. It is such a great season, that many people wait until it is summer to enjoy their holidays. The warmness of the sun, the tropical drinks and the amazing activities, such as swimming, barbequing, biking and sunbathing, are some of the favourite summer activities people typically enjoy. However, you will only enjoy this season wholly if your house is completely ready for it. Here are some steps you can follow to prepare your home for summer. If you are thinking of preparing your home to sell this summer, there are a few other thinks you should consider as well, click here for more.


Clean the walkway and give your garden a checkup


Replace damaged bricks, fix any damaged pavers and clean the area of any dirt. Make sure to look for any damaged gardening tools, replace the gas in the lawn mower with fresh fuel to prevent issues running for the first time. Remember the grass needs special attention, ensure to fill in any...

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Nestled in the heart of the Canadian Prairies, Saskatoon is the largest city in the province of Saskatchewan and ranks among the fastest-growing cities in Canada. Saskatonians, as residents of the city are known, also comprise the youngest population in the nation. Unemployment rates in Saskatchewan are consistently low, making it a good community to put down roots.

1. Natural Beauty

Known as the City of Bridges, Saskatoon sits on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River and offers an ideal place to live for active people who enjoy walking, running, and riding bicycles. The city boasts an endless array of jogging and biking trails around the river, as well as many beautiful natural wonders in and around Saskatoon that can easily be reached by car. The province of Saskatchewan is affectionately called the Land of the Living Skies, and it lives up to its billing with gorgeous sunsets and stunning cloud formations. The Northern Lights are visible from Saskatoon occasionally throughout the...

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