Kamsack

Kamsack primarily serves as an agricultural service centre for the surrounding district, which contains both grain and mixed farms.


Kamsack

 Kamsack, Sask, incorporated as a town in 1911, population 1825 (2011c), 1713 (2006c). The Town of Kamsack is located in east-central Saskatchewan, about 86 km northeast of YORKTON and 27 km from the Manitoba border. The general area was fur trading territory for many years, and the town was named after a well-known Native person. A DOUKHOBOR settlement was located nearby at the turn of the century.

Kamsack primarily serves as an agricultural service centre for the surrounding district, which contains both grain and mixed farms. As a service centre, it provides a modern shopping area, medical, dental and hospital services, elementary and secondary schools, and a range of recreational facilities.