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We’re at the junction of Highways 13, 33, & 47 in Saskatchewan, Canada – and this placement has given us the name The Crossroads of Friendship.
This is your invitation to COME SPEND A DAY WITH US and experience rural Saskatchewan for yourself!

Town News

Garbage pick up will continue as scheduled for THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11.



The Precautionary Drinking Water advisory placed on 100 Block Jones, 300 Block Russell St and 100 Block East Railway Ave has been lifted as of today November 1, 2021.



Please see the following documents with information regarding a Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory in place for the 100 block Jones Ave, 300 block Russell St, and 100 block East Railway Ave. Please contact the town office with any questions.

20211026 – Stoughton – PDWA Letter

20211026 – Stoughton – PDWA Poster


Tax notices will be mailed out by the end of the month. The Council has passed a motion to extend the 5% discount period until September 30th (normally January 1st-August 31st) as well a discount of 3% will be offered during the month of October. Taxes are due in full by December 31st 2021.


The water on 400 block Main St will be shut off for the remainder of the day, June 24th, due to a water main break that needs repairing. Further update will be posted as necessary.


Happy 100th birthday

to our town resident Willie Fields!!!

Info regarding Willie’s life:

William’s father, Thomas, went out went out East to marry Annie in 1909 and brought her out West to begin their new lives. William “Willie” Fields was born in Stoughton, Sk on April 19th, 1921.

He attended school at Fraser country school until the age of 13, at which time he left to farm with his father. In 1953, his father met with a vehicle accident which took his life.  Willie continued on farming, living at the farm with his mother until she passed away in 1968. 

In the fall of 1975, after harvest, Willie sold the farm.  Having only 6 months to leave the farm, he purchased an RTM home and a lot in the Town of Stoughton on Russell St.

Willie has had many interests in his life, his church, anything to do with motors and cars.  He visited and toured the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit, MI and the Trains museum in Denver, CO. He had a metal lathe in his basement and made a model steam engine. Also, he repaired many clocks in the area and enjoyed the painstaking patience to do so. 

He resided on Russell Street for 37 & 1/2 years, the moved to Sunset Manor in town where he has been living independently to this day! (7 & 1/2 years).  Its been 45 years since he left the farm!

We hope Willie has a very happy 100th birthday!!!


The water break has been fixed and Public Works are getting the hole on Government Road filled in. Thank you for your patience. February 24th, 2021.


The water will be shut off till noon, then on for 1 hour (12-1), then will be shut off till the break has been fixed. Updates will be provided throughout the day.


Main Line Break PDWAPDWA


The Town has some job openings for the pool! Check out the ad at www.saskjobs.ca/jsp/joborder/detail.jsp?job_order_id=996573


Please ensure only eligible items are being placed in your blue recycling bins!

Garbage and recycling bins should be placed at the curb no earlier than 6pm the day before collection and removed from the street by midnight on the day of pickup.  These timelines are in place to minimize the chance of bins being damaged and to aid in snow removal.  Any damage done to the bins outside of those hours is considered to be at the fault of the homeowner and repair costs will be billed accordingly.


Did you know…  The Lions Club collects used glasses and hearing aids to be recycled and given to those in need.  Items can be taken to the Drop In Center or given to any Lions Club member.


Our Town and surrounding community are fortunate to have a local Ambulance and Fire Department to respond to emergencies.  Both of these groups are in need of more people in order to maintain service.  They will provide all necessary training.  For more information please contact
Ambulance – Diane at 306-457-7275
Fire Department – Pat at 306-457-7783


Town Flags for Sale $125 plus tax.  Flags are 36” x 72”  To purchase one contact Town Office.


In need of tables and chairs?  The Rec board rents out tables, chairs and a sound system.  Contact Taure Brigden for more information.


The Town of Stoughton has 5 Lots for Sale on Sidney Avenue for $45,000 each.  They are 69′ x 100′.  For more information please contact the Town Office or view our Terms of Sale.


The Stoughton Care-A-Van needs more volunteer drivers.  The van is used to take residents on local excursions as well as further trips to appointments or events.  Please contact Daphne at 306-457-2552 for more information.

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Service Times & Directions

Weekend Masses in English

Saturday Morning: 8:00 am

Saturday Vigil: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:45 am,
12:30 pm, 5:30 pm

Weekend Masses In Español

Saturday Vigil: 6:15pm

Sunday: 9:00am, 7:15pm

Weekday Morning Masses

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 8:30 am

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Wonderland, AK 45202
(513) 555-7856