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At Saskatoon Suites, you’ll find much more than the basics. We want you to really live in our suites, and we give you the ability to do so. It’s our promise, from one traveler to another. Arrive with just your suitcase and laptop. Our suites are set up for your immediate comfort. See our list of Standard Amenities
In our 3 & 4 bedroom suites, you’ll find:
- A large flat-screen TV + either a PVR or Apple TV.
- From 75 to 800 TV channels including HD movie channels, sports, and more.
- Full-size kitchens, thoroughly equipped with kitchen tools and appliances.
- Dishwasher and microwave
- Desk with high-speed wifi
- In-suite laundry
- Turn-key pricing. No extra fees. No taxes applicable on stays of 30 days or longer. Parking is available at most of our suites with no extra charge.
Saskatoon’s Demographic Trends
According to Statistics Canada, the population of the Saskatoon CMA, which includes cities and towns such as Martensville, Warman, and Delisle, was 300,634 as of July 1, 2014. Saskatoon CMA’s population increased by 3.2 % the third largest increase in Canada in 2014. The CMA’s of Calgary (3.6 %) and Edmonton (3.3%) had the largest and second largest population increases. Regina followed Saskatoon with a 2.8% increase.
More locally, the City of Saskatoon’s internal projections and estimates indicate that as of December 31, 2014, Saskatoon’s population had reached 257,300. Since 2010, the city has added over 38,000 new residents averaging 7,600 new residents per year. Saskatoon’s population could be above 275,000 in just four years.
Saskatoon’s strong population growth has been driven primarily by international immigration. 56% of net migration in the CMA has come from international immigration. As well, more people are moving to, rather than moving from, Saskatoon from other cities and communities across Canada and Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon CMA is also experiencing a “baby boom” of sorts. This positive trajectory indicates that more daycare spaces, schools, and recreation facilities will be required to accommodate this growth.