Scotsguard, Saskatchewan


Scotsguard, Saskatchewan

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motto = "Little Chicago"


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subdivision_type1 = Province
subdivision_name1 = SK
subdivision_type2 = Region
subdivision_name2 = Southwest Saskatchewan
subdivision_type3 = Census division
subdivision_name3 = 4
subdivision_type4 = Rural Municipality
subdivision_name4 = Reno
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established_title = Established
established_date = 1910
established_title2 = Incorporated (Village)
established_date2 = 1913
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area_code = 306
blank_name = Highways
blank_info = Highway 13
Highway 631
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blank1_info = Bull Creek
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Scotsguard is a small hamlet in the southwestern part of Saskatchewan located on highway 13 also known as the Red Coat Trail, about 10km northeast of Shaunavon, Saskatchewan.

History

The Great Depression

Economy

Agriculture is the top employment field with many surrounding farms and ranches.

Education

Scotsguard no longer has a school, but those who live in Scotsguard are sent to the neighboring town of Shaunavon which has a school that covers Kindergarten to Grade 12 serving approximately na students.

ee also

* List of places with fewer than ten residents
* List of communities in Saskatchewan
* Hamlets of Saskatchewan

References

External links

*Scotsguard, [http://www.ghosttownpix.com/sask/towns/scotsguard.shtml Saskatchewan Ghost Towns by Johnnie Bachusky]
* [http://www.becquet.com/director/maps/index.htm Saskatchewan City & Town Maps]
* [http://www.rootsweb.com/~cansk/school/ Saskatchewan Gen Web - One Room School Project ]
* [http://www.collectionscanada.ca/archivianet/post-offices/001001-100.01-e.php Post Offices and Postmasters - ArchiviaNet - Library and Archives Canada]
* [http://www.rootsweb.com/~cansk Saskatchewan Gen Web Region]
* [http://www.rootsweb.com/~canmaps/index.html Online Historical Map Digitization Project]
* [http://geonames.nrcan.gc.ca/search/search_e.php GeoNames Query ]
* [http://www.afhs.ab.ca/registry/regsk_cemeteryp.html Saskatchewan Cemetery Records]

Canadian City Geographic Location (8-way)
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