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Kindersley

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Kindersley is a small town in Saskatchewan, Canada with a population of around 4,600 (2016).

Understand[edit]

The Bakken shale oil and gas play, driven by hydraulic fracturing technologies, has contributed to Kindersley's economy since 2009.

Kindersley was named after Sir Robert Kindersley, a major shareholder in the Canadian Northern Railway (later merged into Canadian National Railways).

Climate[edit]

Winters are long, cold and dry, while summers are short and warm.[citation needed] Precipitation is low, with an annual average of 325 mm, and is heavily concentrated in the warmer months.

Get in[edit]

Kindersley is along Highway 7, a primary highway linking Calgary and Saskatoon; it is approximately 200 km (125 mi) west of Saskatoon and 415 km (260 mi) east of Calgary. There is no bus or train to Kindersley.

Get around[edit]

See[edit]

  • Kindersley Plains Museum, 903 11 Avenue E, +1 306 463-6620. Open from May to the end of September.

Do[edit]

  • Kindersley Regional Park & Golf Course, 18 Golfview Crescent, +1 306 975-0857. Regional golf course is a nine-hole, Par 36, 3127-yard course. Open May 1st-September 30th
  • Motherwell Reservoir, 37 McEwen Drive. Hike the 4.2 km of paved trail surrounding the Motherwell Reservoir.
  • Indoor Rodeo and Trade Show in June
  • Goose Festival, a four-day event in September

Buy[edit]

  • Kindersley Mall, Highway 7, 608 12 Ave E. M-Sa 9:30AM-6PM (Th until 9PM). Supermarket, agricultural supply store, and a dozen shops.

Eat[edit]

Drink[edit]

Sleep[edit]

Connect[edit]

Radio stations:CKVX 104.9 FM and CFYM 1210 AM

Go next[edit]

Routes through Kindersley
CalgaryOyen ← becomes Alberta Highway 9.svg  W Saskatchewan Highway 7 (jct).svg E  → Jct Saskatchewan Highway 30 (jct).svg S → Rosetown (Jct N Saskatchewan Highway 4 (jct).svg S) → Saskatoon
Maidstone (Jct W Saskatchewan Highway 16.svg E) ← Kerrobert ←  N Saskatchewan Highway 21 (jct).svg S  → Leader → Maple Creek


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