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Lanigan is a small town in East Central Saskatchewan. Known as "The Land of Potash", it is a service centre for potash and agriculture production.


Lanigan is home to multiple potash mines, including Nutrien Lanigan Potash which is one the largest in North America. Lanigan is a good pit stop for those travelling on the Yellowhead Highway.

Get in[edit]

Lanigan is about 1 hour east of Saskatoon at the intersection of Highways 16 & 20.

Get around[edit]


  • Lanigan and District Heritage Centre, 75 Railway Ave (Main St & Hwy 16), +1 306-365-2569, . Victoria Day-Labour Day: daily 9AM-5PM; Labour Day-Victoria Day: M-Th 2-4PM or upon request. Located in the old CPR station (heritage site), the Lanigan and District Heritage Centre contains displays such as a caboose, CPR dispatch office, potash display, history room, artifacts of early settlers, Carlton Trail Route, tourist information and arts and crafts.


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Routes through Lanigan
SaskatoonColonsay  W Saskatchewan Highway 16.svgYellowhead Blank.svg E  Quill LakesYorkton
ENDS at W Saskatchewan Highway 3 (jct).svg EHumboldt  N Saskatchewan Highway 20 (jct).svg S  LumsdenEND

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