Sutherland began development in the early 1900s, when the Canadian Pacific Railway arrived in Saskatoon. It wasn’t until 1956 that the region was included into the City of Saskatoon, making it the city’s most eastern neighbourhood at the time. This suburb, which is made up of a mix of single-family, apartment, and semi-detached residences, attracts a high number of students due to its proximity to the University of Saskatchewan. Central Avenue has a variety of services and businesses, and Preston Crossing is only a short distance away. The ACT Arena has an indoor ice rink for hockey, speed skating, figure skating, public skating, and other activities. Sutherland School is the neighborhood’s public school, serving students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Bishop Filevich Ukrainian Bilingual School is the area’s Catholic school, and their primary children are taught in both Ukrainian and English.