Progress Updates

Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan 42% Complete

January 10, 2017

The Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan has reached 42% completion with approximately $90 million in construction value put in place! So far, 109,180,000 pounds of concrete have been poured. Click the link to learn more from Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan Project Director Craig Ayers.  

Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan 33% Complete

November 25, 2016

A major milestone was achieved this week with construction on the new Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan now one-third complete. This exciting progress comes as the concrete structure is being completed up to the fifth floor. Saskatchewan Health Minister Jim Reiter made the announcement after he toured the site with a…

Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan over 10% complete

April 21, 2016

Construction crews have begun work on the main floor of the new maternal and children’s hospital with the facility now over 10% complete. Over the…

Two massive cranes on-site as construction continues on Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan

December 8, 2015

Construction is on track at the new maternal and children’s hospital with about 3% of the $285.2 million project complete. Two large cranes are now in place to help move construction forward in earnest. One of the biggest cranes in Western Canada, the larger of the two cranes will be…

Construction Kicks into High-Gear

August 25, 2015

Phase 2 of construction gets the go-ahead with Graham Construction awarded the contract for the upward build. With the bid coming in about 10% higher…

Construction begins with historic ground-breaking ceremony live streamed across the province

September 25, 2014

Children, families, and project partners celebrated a major milestone for the new Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan with an historic ground-breaking ceremony at the construction site. “This place of hope and healing will support high quality health care for our province’s children and families,” said Premier Brad Wall.  “This is truly…

Growing Our Children’s Hospital

April 23, 2014

The Government of Saskatchewan announces an additional $20 million in funding to expand the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan. With one of the highest growth rates…

Capital Campaign Kick-Off

April 29, 2011

Mosaic Canada Ltd. demonstrates its commitment to the province with a $4M donation to the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan. Mosaic’s donation has been designated as a gift to enhance maternal equipment, research and patient care services to support patients and families at the new Childrens Hopsital of Saskatchewan. It…

Hospital Gets the Go Ahead

September 16, 2010

The Saskatchewan Government provides $200 million cheque to the Saskatoon Health Region for the building of the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan.

Laying the Foundation

March 18, 2009

Following the ‘cornerstone’ financial commitment by the province with the allocation of $200 million to build the Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan. Three leadership gifts followed: 1. John and Sonya Remai $1 million (equipment) 2. Colonel Sanders $1 million (NICU) 3. Les and Irene Dube (Center of Care for Children)- The…

Government of Saskatchewan gives the go-ahead for a provincial children’s hospital

January 23, 2008

The provincial government and the Saskatoon Regional Health Authority announce a children’s hospital will be built on the University of Saskatchewan campus with a $1…

For more construction and planning updates

January 10, 2008

please visit the Saskatoon Health Region website.

Every Dollar Helps

We would like to thank all of our Children’s Hospital Foundation donors.

Tayler Daniels
Gary & Donna Schmidt
Matthew Walker
Gerald & Lynne Bayne
Donald McDonald
Ryder Zimmerman
Laurel Sawatzki
Stephen & Glenda Zackrisson
Francoise Martin
Preston Whyte
Melina Nathanail
Mateya Olszynski
Makayla Lupien
Brian and Monique Tuffs
Breed Creek Ranch
Dennis & Rosalie Leswick
Nexen Energy ULC
Trinity LaRose
Alfredo Zumpano
Blair Pateman
FFUN Enterprises Inc.
1974
James Henderson
Carl Zylak
Richard Kraft
Tammy Grieve
Lana Thomas
Craig Finn
Angela Charanduk
Avery Linton Legacy Foundation