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Diefenbaker Management Area, Saskatoon

Diefenbaker Management Area
City of Saskatoon neighborhood

Diefenbaker Hill in Diefenbaker Park
Country Canada
Province Saskatchewan
City Saskatoon
Suburban Development Area Nutana
Management Area Diefenbaker Management Area
 • Type Municipal (Ward 7)
 • Administrative body Saskatoon City Council
 • Councillor Bob Pringle
Population (2006)
 • Average Income $
Time zone UTC (UTC-6)
Website Exhibition Community Association

The Diefenbaker Management Area is an area of Saskatoon, to the west of the Exhibition subdivision. The area includes Diefenbaker Park and the Nutana Pioneer Cemetery. The park includes a medium-sized hill which is used for tobogganing and snowboarding, and the park itself is a frequently-used venue for picnics and public events and performances.


The Pioneer Cemetery received its first interment in 1884. On June 20, 1905 the Nutana Cemetery Co was awarded a special grant at SW Section 20 Township 36 Range 5 W of the 3rd Meridian. The Pioneer Cemetery was also called the Nutana Cemetery, and was the first municipal cemetery for the City of Saskatoon until 1910 when Woodlawn Cemetery became the city cemetery. The Pioneer Cemetery was declared a heritage site in 1982.[1]

The southern portion of Diefenbaker Park has been disrupted by the development nearby of the Circle Drive freeway extension, which removed a strip of the park and now places formerly quiet areas right next to freeway traffic.

Events and festivals

Diefenbaker park is home to Saskatoon's organized events on Canada Day, consisting of official ceremonies, live entertainment, various activities and nighttime fireworks.[2]


The Diefenbaker Management Area is located within the Nutana Suburban Development Area. It is bounded by the South Saskatchewan River to the west, St. Henry Avenue to the east, Ruth Street West to the north, and the city limits to the south. The only roads are St. Henry Avenue and the road looping through Diefenbaker Park.


  1. ^ Nutana Cemetery, City of Saskatoon, retrieved 2011-02-09 
  2. ^ "Optimist Canada Day". Tourism Saskatoon. Retrieved 2012-12-10. 

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