Mount Royal

The Mount Royal neighbourhood is a product of Saskatoon’s post-WWII housing boom. In fact, more than three quarters of the homes here were built between 1946 & 1970. Today several excellent parks, an outdoor rink, & a seasonal schedule of fun programs enhance quality of life for residents.

 

MOUNT ROYAL RESOURCES:

 

Schools:

École St. Gerard School (elementary, has French Immersion)

Howard Coad School (elementary)

Mount Royal High School

Royal West Campus

St. Maria Goretti Community School (elementary)

Saskatoon Trades & Skills Centre

 

Saskatoon Public Schools

saskatoonpublicschools.ca

 

Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools

canaveral.scs.sk.ca

 

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Local Churches:

Bay Park Baptist Church

  • 1419 33rd St. West – 306-382-2551

Holy Cross Lutheran Church

  • 1405 31st St. West – 306-382-0544

Mount Royal Emmanuel United Church

  • 521 Vancouver Avenue North – 306-978-0800

Mount Royal Mennonite Church

  • 610 Avenue O North – 306-382-2677 – website

Pleasant Hill Mennonite Church

  • 111 Witney Avenue North – 306-382-6585 – website

 

Google Map of all the Churches in SaskatoonGoogle Map

 

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Neighbourhood Map of Mount Royal:

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