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    Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation
    701 Queen Street
    Saskatoon, SK, S7K 0M7


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Upcoming Events



A taste of Greece in the heart of Saskatoon.

Opa! Experience a Greek tavern, enjoy great food, fine wine and the chance to take home some Greek memories. One lucky person will win a trip for two to Greece!

Ouzopalooza is hosted by the Greek Community of Saskatoon in support of Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation. Past Ouzopalooza proceeds have helped purchase retinal and Fundus cameras for the Eye Care Centre. These tools provide eye care professionals with more accurate imaging that allows for better diagnoses and treatments.


Presented by PotashCorp, Ouzopalooza 2017 takes place on June 2 at the Sheraton Cavalier. Cocktail hours starts at 6:30 p.m., supper at 7:30, followed by entertainment at 9:00.

Tickets are $175 per person or $1400 for a table of eight. To purchase, email ouzopalooza@gmail.com or call 306-229-5555.

About the proceeds: Your attendance supports pediatric eye surgeries at Saskatoon City Hospital. Assessing, identifying, and treating disorders of vision takes not only expertise, but specialized equipment. Children who are not yet able to speak or communicate what they are seeing require these special ways of evaluating and assessing their vision.  Proceeds from Ouzopalooza will purchase several items for the hospital’s Operating Room:

  • Handheld slit lamp: A powerful microscope used to look for diseases or abnormalities in the anterior portion of the eye.
  • Tonometer: A handheld meter used to measure intraocular pressure in the eye which, if left untreated, can cause serious eye problems.         
  • Retinoscope: Measures the refractive error of a patient’s eye to help understand the patient’s vision and conditions such as nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. This is especially important when dealing with young children who can’t articulate what they are seeing.  
  • Pediatric stretcher: Sized to provide optimal comfort and ensure safety and security for young patients.

All above items are portable and can be taken to a patient’s bedside or specifically used in the OR.