Phase 4 Restoration Program
- Status: Awaiting construction start
- Anticipated Start Date: May 2021
- Scope of Work:
minimum: the south nave and transept roof plus nave spire removal and storage
- optimal: minimum plus
baptistry roof and gutters, add insulation to the south facing ceilings
- Minimum scope of work funding secured
- Raising $270,000 by May, 2021 will allow for the optimal scope of work
- An anonymous donor has offered to match up to $100,000
Our Restoration Story
Our Restoration Partners
PCL Construction is a Canadian–American group of independent general contracting constuction companies with its headquarters in Edmonton and US headquarters in Denver, CO. With a history going back to its founding in 1907 in Stoughton, SK, PCL Construction has grown to become the largest contacting organization in Canada and the 8th largest in the United States.
PCL has perviously partnered on restoration work at St. John’s Cathedral during Phases 1–3 and is the construction manager for Phase 4. The local focus provided by their Saskatoon office and their previous experience working with our architect, the Restoration Committee and Cathedral building itself means that expertise and knowledge gained in previous phases of restoration will be applied to the present work.
"There are significant savings in completing additional work in the same spaces at the same time, in both construction and operating dollars. It will also prevent further structural damage going forward, if we can coordinate it and fund it appropriately now."Bert Munro, Acting Chair—Property Committee
How You Can Support the Restoration Program
Mail a Cheque with "Restoration" indicated in the memo to:
The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist
816 Spadina Crescent E.
Saskatoon, SK S7K 3H4
Through your financial institution's website or app, you can send an e-transfer donation to St. John's at the email address:
When sending e-transfers, please indicate in the message that your donation is designated for "restoration".
Please note that auto-deposit is enabled for e-transfers so there is no need for a security question. Depending on your financial institution, usage charges and transfer limits may apply.