Melfort – 2019 National Finalist

Spruce Haven Recreation Area ~ Skateboard Park 2018 July 24, 2018 was such an exciting day for our community….the day our new skateboard park at Spruce Haven Recreation Area was officially opened. It was so amazing to watch all the boarders and bikers, all genders, all ages playing together. This was just the beginning of […]

Maple Creek – 2019 National Finalist

The Town of Maple Creek is the hub of the southwest. Ideally positioned along the Trans-Canada Highway & the CPR mainline, this community of 2,500 is centrally located an equal distance between the major urban centres of Saskatoon, Regina, Calgary & Great Falls and an hour from the regional centres of Medicine Hat and Swift […]

Denzil – 2018 National Finalist

Denzil is a small village nestled in a valley in west central Saskatchewan – the Land of Living Skies – where spectacular sunsets, northern lights and migrating birds are common sights. Agriculture and oil are the backbone of this area. Denzil is a neat and tidy village with gravel streets, many trees and flowers and […]

Kinistino – 2019 National Finalist

Kinistino is located in north-central Saskatchewan with a population of approximately 800 people. Golden fields of canola, wheat, and barley surround the town. Farming is the main industry.  A wide range of recreation facilities and activities are available in Kinistino. These include a Sport’s Complex which includes a gymnasium area, skating and curling rinks. A […]

Indian Head – 2019 National Finalist

Indian Head, a beautiful prairie town, is nestled in the flat grain lands of south east Saskatchewan. This community of one square mile is anchored on the corner of the Trans-Canada and # 56 Highways, less than one hour east of Regina and 15 minutes south of the scenic Qu’Appelle Valley. The Federal Research Farm […]