Just before 6 a.m. an SUV heading east on Circle Drive East towards the Circle Drive Bridge hit a concrete barricade.
It launched the vehicle off of the road and into the field below.
Police found the vehicle flipped on its roof in G.D Archibald Park.
A 19-year-old female was the lone occupant and driver. She was transported to hospital with non life threatening injuries.
Saskatoon firefighters were kept busy over the long weekend.
On Saturday just after 1:30 p.m. Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services was called a condo on Patrick Crescent, in the city's north-east.
When crews arrived the occupants of the residence were trying to put out flames on the outside of the building.
Firefighters found the blaze was only on the outside and were able to quickly put it out.
On Sunday afternoon just after 1 p.m. crews were called to a house fire on Kirk Crescent near the University.
Saskatoon is a mecca for marinated meat this long weekend.
Two competitions in Diefenbaker Park took Sunday to celebrate all things barbecue.
The Toontown Smokedown featured 11 competitors from across Saskatchewan and Alberta competing to be named provincial champions.
Judge Angie Qualle said her and a panel of barbecue experts score entries in the brisket, chicken, ribs and pork categories on appearance, texture and overall taste to determine who gets to walk away with the trophies, about $5000 in prize money, and bragging rights as provincial champion.
One person is still recovering after a workplace accident.
Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services was called to a restaurant located downtown on 2nd Avenue North shortly after 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Crews from the number one and number six halls arrived on scene to find a woman with her hand trapped in a pasta press machine.
Firefighters had to cut apart the machine to free the woman's hand so they could get her on a stretcher and have her taken to hospital.
There is still no word on the extent of the woman's injuries.
If you are going out to eat, you may want to watch what
food you’re getting on that plate.
"It's really a national celebration of the ingredients in our nation and the people who created them and put them on our tables, literally from the farm to the end product," said Anita Stewart, founder of Food Day Canada.
The Hollows restaurant in Saskatoon has some of their own locally produced ingredients.
Long weekends usually mean camping and fishing trips, but for thousands who stick around Saskatoon there's plenty of activity in the Bridge City to keep families entertained.
"This is partly to get people to stick around Saskatoon and enjoy our city and our river valley," said Cat Blakely with the Meewasin Valley Authority (MVA).
"Friendship Park is right along Spadina (Crescent) so it's about getting people out and enjoying the river valley which is what Meewasin is all about."
What do the mayor, Batman and Darth Maul have in common?
They spawned a massive crowd on the streets of downtown Saskatoon for the Ex Parade Saturday.
"It's a beautiful day and a good way to kick off the long weekend," said Louise Hysuick, alongside her husband Gary on Third Avenue.
The annual parade, which usually runs the Tuesday before the Saskatoon Exhibition, was moved to Saturday in an effort to attract more families and pack the streets of downtown.
According to Linda Hamre, changing the date worked.
Two 18-year-old men in Saskatoon face charges after a street robbery.
The pair allegedly stopped a 14-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy on Friday afternoon around Avenue G and 21st Street. Police said one of the men was carrying a can of bear mace.
Police said the suspects threatened to assault the teen boys and robbed them of three ballcaps they just bought.
Police were able to quickly catch the suspects thanks to help from witnesses.
A 17-year-old boy is dead after a serious collision involving two vehicles at the intersection of College and Circle Drives.
Police said he was the only person in the vehicle. The two men in the other vehicle have been taken to hospital. Police did not release the extent of their injuries.
An investigation is still underway and drivers are asked to avoid the area if possible. Police may be on scene for several more hours.
The name of the victim will not be released.
The Saskatoon Ex parade is taking over downtown Saskatoon Saturday morning.