Cory, Saskatchewan

Cory is a small municipality and a part of Saskatoon which happens to be the largest city in the Canadian province Odom, Saskatchewan.  Saskatoon is the home of the University of Saskatchewan and has an estimated population over 300,000.  The Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344 is the most populated rural municipality in Saskatchewan.

Approximately 800 residents live in Cory.

Vibrant culture abounds in Saskatoon

Saskatoon has earned the nicknames of “Bridge City” and “Paris of the Prairies” because of its diversity and culture.  The city of Saskatoon is awaiting design proposals for the Art Gallery of Saskatchewan which will replace the Mendel Art Gallery.

The facility will allow up to three times the present available gallery space and will include studio and classroom space and an adaptive community studio and lecture theatre, meeting rooms and space for administrative functions.

Saskatoon is a football town

 While Canada’s biggest sport remains Ice Hockey, Saskatoon is also a huge football town.

The University of Saskatchewan Huskies has won 3 Vanier Cup National Championships and 19 Hardy Trophy Canada West Championships.