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Historic Ile a la Crosse (Sakitawak)

Ile a la Crosse

Ile a la Crosse as a settlement has existed for 230 years. Notable historic figures, such as Sara Riel, the sister of Metis leader, Louis Riel are laid to rest in the cemetery. The first permanent Roman Catholic mission in Saskatchewan was established here in 1846. Detailed history book available.

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Box 280
Ile-a-la Crosse, SK  S0M 1C0

Tel: (306) 833-2122

Open Year Round

Hours of operation: History book (Sakitawak Bi-Centennial: Ile-A-La-Crosse 1776 - 1976) available at village office, Mon to Fri 9am - 5pm. Cost $10.

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