List of shopping malls in Saskatoon

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This is a list of major shopping centres and retail districts in the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

List of enclosed shopping malls in Saskatoon[edit]

List of public markets[edit]

Large non-enclosed shopping centres[edit]

Other large non-enclosed shopping centres in Saskatoon include:

  • Avalon Shopping Centre strip mall
  • Blairmore power centre
  • Canarama Centre strip mall
  • Circle Centre Mall and Lifestyle center
  • College Park Mall strip mall
  • Cumberland Square strip mall
  • Erindale Centre strip mall
  • Grosvenor Park Centre strip mall
  • Preston Crossing power centre
  • River City Centre power centre
  • Royal Square strip mall
  • Stonegate power centre
  • University Heights Square power centre
  • Westgate Plaza strip mall

Other shopping centres and strip malls[edit]

Churchill Shopping Centre
Eastview Shopping Centre
Plaza 22 and Royal Square
Westgreen Shopping Plaza

There are neighborhood convenience strip malls which are smaller shopping centres located locally in various neighborhoods in Saskatoon. These are too small to merit their own articles.

Other retail districts[edit]

  • Central Business District (downtown) - the area enclosed by Idylwyld Dr., 25th St. and the river
  • Broadway Ave. - from 8th St. E. to the Broadway Bridge - the original main street of the first Saskatoon townsite, which later came to be known as Nutana
  • Central Ave. - from 108th St. to 115th St. - main street of a town which used to be called Sutherland
  • Idylwyld Dr. - from 33rd St. to Circle Dr.
  • 8th St. E. - from Clarence Avenue to McKercher Drive
  • 33rd St. W. - from Warman Road to Ave. F
  • 22nd St. W. - from Ave. P to Circle Dr. (although there is also sporadic commercial development between Ave. P and Idylwyld Dr.)
  • 20th St. W. - from Idylwyld Dr. to Ave. K - main street of a town which used to be called Riversdale
  • 51st St. - from Faithfull Ave. to Millar Ave.

Suburban centres[edit]

Saskatoon has established several "suburban centres" in neighbourhoods away from the downtown core, most of which include a major commercial component:

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