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Balgonie

Balgonie
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Balgonie was first settled in 1876 by Scottish settlers, and was named by the Countess of Strathmore after the Balgonie Castle in Scotland. Located 25km E of Regina, Balgonie is home to the largest rural high school in the province and the longest running outdoor swimming pool which opened in the 1970s.

Balgonie is also home of the Megan Selzer rink, Canadian Junior Women's Curling Champions and the winner of the World Junior Championship Silver in 2006.


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Box 310
Balgonie, SK  S0G 0E0

Tel: (306) 771-2284
Email: townofbalgonie@sasktel.net
Website: www.townofbalgonie.ca

Traveller services: Information: town office, Mon to Fri 9am - 12 noon, 1 - 5pm.
Shopping district
Groceries/supplies
Post office
Automated banking machine
Gas station
Diesel fuel
Propane fuel
Propane tank refill
Liquor store/vendor
Bar/lounge
Licensed restaurant
Restaurant
Accommodation
Community hall/Convention centre
Public library
Church
Fish/Hunt licence vendor

Park/play area
Swimming pool
Golfing
Hiking trails
Skating/Curling facility

Population: 2258

Information in this listing is subject to change at any time. Please contact the community office to verify that information is accurate.