1435 Richardson Road
The Paul Mostoway Dog Park is located along Richardson Road between the access to Lehrer Crescent.
Park Namesake: Paul Mostoway (1929-2012) was born in the town of Mayfair, Sask., and grew up in Guernsey and Saskatoon. In Saskatoon he attended St. Paul’s School and City Park Collegiate. After high school, he worked as a miner, a sailor, and a construction worker. He attended the University of Saskatchewan in the early 1950s, earning degrees in both arts and education. He was also a member of the Canadian Officer Training Corps and a 2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps. He began teaching in 1956 and taught in the towns of Allan and Clavet before retiring in 1988. Mostoway was an NDP MLA for Saskatoon Centre in the Blakeney government from 1971-1982. He served as Legislative Whip and chaired a special government committee on welfare and social services before the Blakeney government was defeated in the 1982 general election. Mostoway was elected to City Council in 1988 and served two, three-year terms before stepping down in 1994. He was also a Catholic school board trustee from 1985-1994.