I went out for a walk tonight, which I probably shouldn't have because I'm going to be doing a lot of walking tomorrow. But I'm glad I did. As I came around the corner onto the street I live on a fox ran across the street about 30 feet in front of me. It was running from one alley to another. It was presumably a Red fox, as an Artic fox presumably doesn't get this far south. I live close to a major highway, so it no doubt had easy access from the country. But it was still quite the surprise to see one.
When I mentioned this to my father he said he and my mother saw a fox a few blocks from here when they left for their trip to the US a few weeks ago.
I've seen other non-city comfortable wildlife in Saskatoon. I've seen deer in a couple of places over the years, including one that ran into the streets that flank College Drive. I've also seen rabbits several times, including in Buckwold Park near where I live.
If you do run across fox, deer, and other large animals in your town, keep your distance. Cornering them may lead them to attack you.