… but the deciding factor was the town council. As Rav put it, “We felt more comfortable with them.”“Growing Opportunity Coming to Cut Knife“, Cut Knife Highway Courier, Jan. 15, 2020
The Town of Cut Knife is situated on Treaty Six territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We are approximately 50 kms west of The Battlefords on Highway 40/Poundmaker Trail, 70 kms east of the Alberta border, and just about 10 kms from Highway 21, the north/south connector to Highway 16/Trans Canada Highway.
The Town has an RCMP detachment, a medical centre and ambulance, a full-service post office, and an independent insurance broker. Our business community continues to grow and many local businesses and services are listed in the Shop Local Directory.
For Town services, please browse the RESIDENTS menu. For info on leisure activities in the area, please browse the COMMUNITY menu.
REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
The Town’s reverse osmosis water supply system went online in September 2018. It exceeds current standards set by the Water Supply Agency (WSA), and has also been designed to meet future growth needs. The system is monitored remotely and is checked daily by trained Public Works employees.
CUT KNIFE AND DISTRICT FIRE ASSOCIATION
The volunteer fire department is trained and equipped to operate the following vehicles:
- E142R (engine/pumper)
- B142R (H1 Hummer brush truck)
- B242R (Bulldog extreme terrain Brush/Wildland truck)
For more information, please click here.
The Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) has served west-central Saskatchewan since the early 1900s and continues to run through Cut Knife today. The CPR services the local agricultural industry and international subsidiaries.