Community Directory 2022

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A guide of our

organizations and


by The Battlefords, Regional News-Optimist AVAILABLE ONLINE AT SASKTODAY.CA

Government & Tourism

Town of Battleford

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Mayor and Council


Town Hall General Inquiries: 306-937-6200






Parks & Recreation Office:

306-937-6216 Alex Dillabough Centre:

Utility Department:


306-937-6215 Parks Shop:

Battleford Arena:

Public Works Dept:

Battleford Library:






Eiling Kramer Campground:

Fire Department:



Fred Light Museum:

Tot Lot:



306-937-7111 Public Safety Officer:


Mayor Ames Leslie
Shelley Boutin-Gervais Doug Laing Alexis Christensen Judy Pruden Kevin Russell David George
CAO: Ash Alam ......................................... 306-937-6200 Community
............................... 306-937-6204 Finance
306-446-1720 Emergency
9-1-1 Municipal

ACT Donates to Minor Softball

City of North Battleford 306-445-1700 or City Hall 1291-101 ST Street, PO Box 460, S9A 2Y6 Open: Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Closed statutory holidays Mayor and Council Mayor: David Gillan 306-445-1725 Councillors: Kelli Hawtin, Thomas “Bill” Ironstand, Greg Lightfoot, Kent Lindgren, Ross MacAngus, Len Taylor General Inquiries: 306-445-1700 City Manager: 305-445-1727 City Clerk: 306-445-1719 City Planner: 306-445-1705 Public Relations Coordinator: 306-445-9155 Community Safety Officers: 306-445-1775 Director of Finance: 306-445-1794 Director of Parks & Recreation: 305-445-1743 Director of Operations: 306-445-1735 Director of Corporate Services & Planning: 306-445-1718 Executive Assistant: 306-445-1725 Director of Protective Services: 306-445-1777 Fire & Emergency Services: 306-445-1770 Parks & Recreation Allen Sapp Gallery: 306-445-1760 Chapel Gallery: 306-445-1760 Central Booking Office: 306-445-1755 CO-OP Aquatic Centre: 306-445-1745 NationsWEST Field House: 306-445-1790 Permit Clerk: 306-445-1736 Transit Information: 305-445-7796 Waste Management Facility: 306-445-4411 2 BATTLEFORDS COMMUNITY DIRECTORY 2022-2023 Municipal Government & Tourism
The local Associated Canadian Travellers club in the Battlefords donated $5,000 to Battlefords Minor Softball Association in 2022, going towards a new equipment shed and portable batting cage at the Battleford Flats, site of numerous softball events in the Battlefords over the years. BMSA president Darren Russell and treasurer Jodi Chmelnyk accepted the cheque from ACT at that location. | Photo by John Cairns
The 2022 Battlefords Community Directory has been made possible through the co-operation of many individuals and community organizations. Many thanks to our advertisers who make publication of this directory possible. Our staff has done their best to cover the great variety of organizations which exist in these twin communities. If you would like to be included in this directory, please contact our office so you will not be missed when we publish our 2023 directory. Our Directory is also online: Phone: 306-445-7261 Fax: 306-445-3223 Published by: Battlefords Publishing Ltd. 892 - 104th Street, North Battleford, SK S9A 1M0 Welcome Contents Municipal Government & Tourism .................................................. 3 - 6 Community Service Clubs & Lodges...................................................7 - 17 Special Interest & Recreation ......................................18 - 40 news-optimist Regional THE BATTLEFORDS Serving the Battlefords since 1908 Human Services & Health Organizations .................. 41 - 64

Municipal Government & Tourism

Battlefords & District Chamber of Commerce

This business organization was incorporated as the North Battleford Board of Trade in 1906 with H.W. Detwiller as the Charter President and R.R. Earle, the Commissioner. In 195657, the Board of Trade changed its designation to the North Battleford Chamber of Commerce. In 1978, Battleford joined with the city and the Chamber of Commerce became known as the Battlefords Chamber of Commerce. In February of 2022, Battlefords Chamber of Commerce underwent a logo and name change to the Battlefords & District Chamber of Commerce, and has grown with the communities, supporting a membership of more than 325 by a 15 member elected board of directors, the Chief Operating Officer and an Operations staff to deal with the many, varied requests for business assistance from the local community and potential newcomers to the Battlefords.

Chambers of Commerce are catalysts in their community and the Battlefords & District Chamber is no different. The local organization has several key priorities to serve the needs of its member businesses. Some of the priorities include: workforce, economic and community development, business promotion and education, and more. The Battlefords & District Chamber of Commerce is the “voice” of business in the Battlefords.

Regular meetings of the board of directors are held the third Tuesday of each month (excluding July and August) at 12:00 noon in the Balych Mural Meeting Room at the Chamber building. Members and interested people are welcome to attend. Contact: Phone: 306-445-6226


Chief Operating Officer – Linda Machniak

Junction of Hwy 16 and 40 East P.O. Box 1000 North Battleford, Saskatchewan S9A 3E6

Phone: (306) 445-6226

Fax: (306)


The “Voice” of Business in the Battlefords
446-0188 “Serving the Battlefords since 1906”

North Battleford Business Improvement District Corp. Downtown North Battleford

The mission of the North Battleford Business Improvement District is to champion the transformation of Downtown North Battleford through investment attraction, signature events and partnerships. Our vision is to make Downtown the place to be; active and inviting boutique shopping destination with a mix of retail, restaurants and events.

The BID, formally incorporated on May 30, 2013, is an organization born from the collective vision and commitment of the Downtown North Battleford merchants. The organization strives to support and advance the interests of all businesses situated within the boundary of the district.The North Battleford Business Improvement District covers an area that includes all 100th and 101st Street properties South of 14th Avenue, extends East to include 102nd Street properties South of 13th Avenue and East to include the South end of 103rd Street, the properties at the corner of 103rd Street and Railway Avenue.


Executive Director - Misty Lavertu

North Battleford Business Improvement District Corp. PO Box 774 North Battleford, SK S9A 2Y9

New President

Past-chair Melanie Roberts, right, beside chair Derek Schmidt and COO Linda Machniak, presents the highlights from 2021 at the Battlefords Chamber AGM in 2022. Members voted to approve a name change to the “Battlefords and District Chamber of Commerce,” recognizing the district that is part of its service area. |

Photo by John Cairns

• Full-Service Sites • Pet-Friendly • Picnic Shelter • Playground 6 BATTLEFORDS COMMUNITY DIRECTORY 2022-2023 Municipal Government & Tourism
TEACHING YOU Marv & Sancia 306-441-9650 Phone/Fax 306-446-2606 Passing you on to Perfection HIGH GRADE TRUCK DRIVING Training Division • Class 1 • Class 3 • Class 5 • M.E.L.T. Program • Air Brake Endorsement • Driver Improvement Training 872-103rd Street, North Battleford 306-445-1966

Community Service Clubs & Lodges

Battlefords Gymnastics Club

Conquering Fears, Discovering Potential!!

Battlefords Gymnastics Club offering recreational classes for boys and girls of all ages.

Competitive classes. Ninja Warrior and Parkour Classes. It’s a great place for everyone!

Classes run from Monday to Saturday starting at 4:15 - 8:30 p.m. most days.

Please contact our club for more class and registration information.


Battlefords Gymnastics Club

301B-114 Street North Battleford, SK S9A 2M4

The Battlefords Scuba Community Inc.

A club founded to promote safe snorkel and scuba diving in a safe and wholesome family environment. Recreational diving during the summer months and dive travel in the winter.

Pool sessions Sundays 10 a.m. through 12 noon at Battlefords Co-op Aquatic Centre from mid-October through mid-May.

PADI training courses from Discover Scuba through Divemaster with Specialty Diver training courses. We can tailor our training courses to fit your schedule.

Executive meetings are held monthly September through June. Contact:

Why Silvester Glass? 1811 - 100th Street | North Battleford | 306-445-2052 Cabinets & CountersWindows & DoorsWindow Treatments • Custom Glass Showers • Deck RailingsSilvester GLASS & ALUMINUM PRODUCTS

Community Service Clubs & Lodges

Beta Sigma Phi

Beta Sigma Phi is a non-academic international women’s friendship network which provides educational programs to its members and opportunities for service to others. Known around the world as “The Friendship Organization”, we are women of all ages, interests, educational and economic backgrounds, the largest organization of its kind in the world.

Beta Sigma Phi chapters exist in every Canadian province, every American state, and in 30 other countries. Members in two chapters support the arts in and around the Battlefords and District.

In the 85 years since its founding, membership in Beta Sigma Phi has provided opportunities to contribute to the community, to develop lifelong friendships, and to polish leadership skills. Now in the 21st Century, our members find the more we grow, the more valuable we become to each other and to our communities.


Linda Sheppard - 306-481-6335

Kathy Adams - 306-446-3468


Recreation Association

Is a group of seniors who golf during the summer and curl during the winter. Membership is $1 per year, they golf on Mondays at NBGCC in a scramble format, making up teams each day with whomever shows up. Curling during the winter, teams are made up in October and January. They curl on Tuesdays at Twin River Curling Club at 1 p.m.

Contact: President is Peter Pauls, 306-445-7045, Sec. Treasurer is Diana Griffiths 306-937-3690,

They have a golf windup the end of September, and the annual meeting is at the end of curling in March.

The Catholic Women’s League of Canada

The Catholic Women’s League was organized nationally June 17, 1920. It is the largest national organization of Catholic women in Canada and our motto is “For God and Canada.”

The goals of the league are:

• To achieve individual and collective spiritual development;

• promote the teachings of the Catholic Church;

• exemplify the Christian ideal in home and family life;

• protect the sanctity of human life;

• enhance the role of women in church and society;

• recognize the human dignity of all people everywhere;

• uphold & defend Christian education & values in the modern world;

• contribute to the understanding and growth of religious freedom, social justice, peace and harmony.

Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month except July and August in St. Joseph and Notre Dame CWL.

St.Vital CWL meets the second Thursday of each month. No meetings in July and August.


CWL - St. Joseph Church 1942 - 98th Street North Battleford, SK S9A 0N4

For further information contact:

St. Joseph Calasanctius

Co-President - Denise Schmidt - 306-441-3338 Linda Stevens - 306-445-3413

Notre Dame

President - Betty Znack - 306-445-3108

St. Vital Marilyn O’Driscoll - 306-937-3998 or 306-480-7010

If you wish to belong, get involved with this great organization. It has a place for you. Come, join us and find out why we have the largest national organization in Canada.

Art in School

New Horizons
Bob Frolek's AGRA PARTS PLUS WRECKING • Older Tractors • Combines • Swathers • Balers & Tillage • Other Ag Related Equipment 306-445-6769 3 miles N.W. on Hwy. 16, 2 1/2 miles west on Sunshine Road An art sale at Notre Dame School.

NBCK Band has a Storied 70-year History


in the

that was uncovered

Though previous to SHE-NANIGANS the

originally housed the city band. | Photo by Kelly Waters



Immigration Resource Centre A non-profit organization that provides free, friendly, knowledgeable services to immigrants. Free Services provided by the Centre: Settlement information, resources and services Employment assistance volunteer opportunities Connecting with Government websites Computer use, photocopying/scanning and translation Information sessions on topics to help with settlement and integration Community Events (Taste of Culture) involvement Discover Canada Study Group Located: 761C-106th Street & Railway Ave. North Battleford, SK S9A 1V9 Phone: 306-446-0622 Fax: 306-446-0623 Toll Free: 1-877-494-0622 Email: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Immigration, Réfugiés et Citoyenneté Canada WE ARE feeding families WE ARE fueling adventures WE ARE CO-OP DISCOVERYCOOP.CRS
The North Battleford City Kinsmen Band has a long history of supporting local youth participation
Battlefords Kiwanis Music Festival. Check out this trip down memory lane time capsule of names
way back
on a wall during renovations at the SHE-NANIGANS performing arts venue.
building had become known as the Slava Ukrainian Social Hall, the building

Community Service Clubs & Lodges

The Historic Battleford Lions Club

The Lions motto is “ We Serve”

Our Club “serves” the community by supporting local people, projects and events. The Battlefords and the surrounding area are a great place to live. Working in partnership with other Lions members is a valuable and fun experience. It fosters positive personal and professional relationships.

Our Club is anxious to get back to doing activities curtailed by Covid-19.

We organize the Christmas Bazaar, held the first Saturday in December and the “We’ve Got you Covered” garage Sale, held April 30th this year.

Our Club will be working with others on a fun run in the fall. Funds raised at these and other events are dedicated to specific projects or distributed to local people and events. We support organizations that deal with diabetes, sight, the elderly, youth, culture, sports and recreation. As Lions we support Project Pride where Grade 1 students receive a Canadian flag and are told about our wonderful country. Lions Dog Guides trains therapy dogs..They are given free of charge across Canada.

We also “serve” by volunteering for Meals on Wheels and the Festival of Trees.

Our Clubhouse is located at 162-22nd Street in Battleford.

Our Mailing address is Box 232 Battleford Sk. S0M 0E0

Our email address is

We are on Facebook at Historic Lions Battleford Lions Club

Meetings are monthly on the 2nd Tuesday of the month with the exception of July and August. The Club hopes to have supper meetings again starting with supper at 6:30 an the meeting starting at 7:00 Come and join us, give back to your community and have fun in the process.For more information please contact us by phone or email!

Contact: Treasurer- Rhonda Gosling-306-937-2738

Ionic Lodge No. 31 A.F. and A.M.

Ionic Lodge No. 31 was instituted in North Battleford in 1906. It is a fraternity which ‘Takes good men and makes them better’ through a rich history of allegory, symbols and brotherhood. Although not strictly a service organization, the philanthropy of the Order is Youth. Ionic Lodge provides awards to the Musical Festival in Speech Arts; and sponsor a young boy or girl to a provincial youth program designed to improve leadership skills. As well, the Masonic Youth Trust Fund provides scholarships to further student education. Ionic Lodge No. 31 meets on the second Friday of every month except July and August.

Contact: and check out

Current officers are:

Worshipful Master - V.W. Bro. Kevin Garner Secretary - R.W. Bro. Keoin Monsebroten Treasurer - Bro. Tony Francescone

The location of the Masonic Hall is 1482-92nd Street The mailing address is Ionic Lodge No. 31 c/o 8921 Gregory Drive, North Battleford, SK S9A 2W6

Through its contact with business and industry, North West College ensures that its students are prepared for occupations in demand.The College offers a selection of advanced skills training in business, health care, community services and trades brokered through Saskatchewan Polytechnic. University students are able to take their first two years of classes from the University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina for most degree programs at the main campuses in Meadow Lake and North Battleford. Bachelor of Education and Master of Education programs are also available in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan. Academic upgrading and community interest programs provide the training needed for those looking to upgrade their skills. North West College provides an environment where students can feel comfortable and receive support should they need it.Academic advising, career counseling, tutorials, workshops and scholarships highlight the College’s focus on student success. Practical work experiences and job coaching enhances student success in the workplace and improves connectivity to the workforce.

Contact: For more information about the College, visit


Community Service Clubs & Lodges

K-40 Club of North Battleford

Membership in K-40 consists of former Kinsmen Club members. Wives of K-40 members are K-ettes.The K-40 Club functions mainly as a social organization to continue the fellowship established in Kinsmen. The K-40 Bonspiel, held each year in a different location in Canada, is a major event.

Kiwanis Club of The Battlefords

While Kiwanis is international in scope, the Kiwanis Club of the Battlefords makes the needs of children in the Battlefords its first priority. Club meetings are held every 2nd Tuesday at noon of every month at Blend Restaurant and offer an atmosphere of fun, learning and fellowship. Noon meetings generally consist of project updates followed by thoughtprovoking community speakers.

The Kiwanis Club supports a wide range of community organizations and our service projects are often linked to the Kiwanis Program. “Young Children: Priority One,” but we address other needs within the community. Some community organizations and community needs that we have been able to assist are: Catholic Family Services, Saskatchewan Winter Games, COPS Program, Empty Stocking Fund, Kiwanis Music Festival, Battlefords Union Hospital Foundation, Meals on Wheels, Novice Hockey Tournament, Finlayson Island Nature Trail, Cancer canvass, walking trails, funding for the CUplex project, plus numerous scholarships and sponsorships.

25+ programs offered in a wide range of sectors 25+ 86% of our students are employed within 6 - 12 months after graduation Over $116,000 awarded in scholarship in 2021-22 OUR COMMUNITY, OUR COLLEGE Empowering students since 1975 Explore our programs that will prepare you for your future career! Low student teacher ratios in 1st year face-to-face classes 12:1

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Knights of Columbus - District 15

The Knights of Columbus (K of C) is an International Catholic, Family, Fraternal Service Organization of Catholic Men. District 15 is made up of fourThird-Degree councils in the North Battleford area. District Deputy Thomas Schwab is in charge of these four councils, with over 421 members. The Knights of the area are proud to have among them three Past State Deputies. They are: Eugene Thera, Mervyn Welter and Denis Carignan. We honour the memory of Past State Deputy, John Etcheverry who passed away in 2003. For membership, contact the Grand Knight or Financial Secretary of any of the councils listed below. There is also one Assembly of Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus in the Battlefords area.

N orth Battleford K of C Council No. 2094 is known as the “Mother Council” of the area. It was instituted on February 15, 1920. This Council now has over 105 members from Notre Dame and All Saints parishes in the city and includes members from Hafford and Mayfair as well as other parishes in Sask.,Alberta, and B.C. John Vany 306445-5306 is the Grand Knight.The Financial Secretary is Thomas Schwab 306-937-3794. Meetings are held every third Wednesday of the month. Pope John XXIII Council No. 5694 dissolved and members are moving other councils.

St. Joseph Calasanctius Council No. 7336 was chartered in 1979. Troy Thompson is the Grand Knight (306-937-2865). Daren Merkowsky is the Financial Secretary (306-445-7910). 140 members. Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month at K of C Club Room, 195298 St., North Battleford. The Council hosts a Sunday Brunch every 2nd Sunday of the month.

F ather Bigonesse Council No. 5626 located in the town of Battleford was formed in 1964. Is very active in the Catholic Parish of St. Vital and the Battleford community. Todd Bailey (306-3179345) is Grand Knight. The Financial Secretary is Ron Sack (306-9373228). 108 members. Meetings are held every first Tuesday of each month. The Council hosts a Sunday Brunch every 1st Sunday of the month. Dr. Hamelin Council No. 5878 serves St. Andres parish in North Battleford and St. Jean Baptiste de la Salle at Delmas. The council was formed in 1965 to serve the francophone communities. This council takes an active part in all segments of charities. The Grand Knight is Hubert Blais (306-377-1194). The Financial Secretary is Denis Carignan

(306-937-2546). 38 members. Meetings are held every second Tuesday of the month.

T he Dr. Uhrich Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus Assembly No. 1066 is the Patriotic Degree of the Knights of Columbus. The primary purpose of the Fourth Degree is to foster the spirit of patriotism for God and the country. The Fourth Degree members are strong supporters of the local Bishop and provide honorary guards on special occasions. At present, the Assembly has over 150 members in the north-west area of Saskatchewan. Sir Knight Andy Bonneau will serve as Faithful Navigator (306-446-0556) and Sir Knight Thomas Schwab will serve as Faithful Comptroller (306-9373794). Supper meetings beginning with Mass at 6:15 p.m. are held on the fourth Monday of each month. The ladies and widows of deceased members are invited to the Mass and supper.

Mind and Muscle Running Group

N ow in it’s 4th year, Mind and Muscle Running Group is a great way for experienced and new runners to stay motivated with their running development and training. The benefits of a Running Group include:Motivation. Running with others helps you put in more effort than you may on your own.Accountability. It’s easier to skip out on a solo run than to miss a commitment to a group. Consistency. You become a better runner when you stick to a training plan. Running with others on a regular basis helps you stick to a training plan.Social Connection. Running with others is fun and results in new acquaintances and friendships.Our Group meets Saturday and-or Sunday a.m. for runs of varying distances and varying pace.Walk/run is incorporated for new runners. A variety of routes are utilized including Territorial Path, streets, and trails including Fin Island and North Shore Trail.For more information contact Dwayne Onofriechuck (Certified Running Coach, United Endurance Sports Coaching Academy)@ 306-441- 5648 or or Mind and Muscle Running Group on Facebook.

North Battleford B.P.O. Elks

The Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of Canada was founded in 1912 and was incorporated by an act of Parliament, May 16, 1913. The North Battleford Lodge No. 369 of the B.P.O.E. was founded in 1953.

The purpose of this society are: benevolent, provident, moral and charitable purposes and in particular to generally assist children for their good and welfare.

The National Charity of our order is The Elks and Royal Purple fund for children and through this the Elks Deaf Detection and Development Program. This charity offers assistance to children under the age of 19 years who for one reason or another require it and assistance is not available through other channels.

Today we have a variety of Ongoing Provincial Programs across Canada for the hearing and communicatively disabled child. The Saskatchewan Preschool Auditory Rehabilitation Centre or SPARC, was founded in 1976. It is located at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon and provides free hearing tests for preschool children. The Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Research, University of Alberta, Edmonton, was founded in 1986.This program provides research and a unique model service with immense benefits for the stuttering

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The Elks and Royal Purple Drug Awareness Program assists in educating children about the danger of drug and alcohol abuse. The North Battleford Lodge supports these programs as well as many local charity and needy groups or individuals. Over the years most children and youth activities, sports programs including minor football league have received assistance from the Elks.

We are one of the groups sponsoring free skating for adults and children. Since 2020, more than $115,000 has been donated throughout the community to individuals, schools, groups and organizations. We donated $50,000 to the Aquatic Centre at the CUplex multi purpose facility, in keeping with our purpose of assisting children and adults. $15,000 was committed to Battlefords Residential Services Inc. towards the purchase of a van.

Elks of Canada mission statement is “A national, fraternal and charitable organization promoting and support community needs through volunteer efforts of local lodges.”

Anyone who may be interested in becoming a member of the order or anyone requiring further information may contact any member or write to Box 726, North Battleford, S9A 2Y9 or phone 306-445-5007. Meetings are held as required except for July and August.

Contact: Secretary/Treasurer - Zonie Krawchuk 306-441-1271

Battlefords Trail Breakers received donations to help build a new, airport-themed shelter near the North Battleford airport, dubbed the Sky-Tech Terminal. Left to right are: Lori Dyok of Northland Power (Diamond Sponsor $5,000 - $9,999): Tim Shultz, Trail Breakers treasurer; Dale Charabin, Trail Breakers delegate; Brody Halewich, Trail Breakers shelter project lead; and Bill Halewich of SkyTech Equipment (Diamond Plus Sponsor $10,000 +). Photo courtesy of Battlefords Trail Breakers

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North Battleford Bonaventure Lions Club

Meetings: The First Tuesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. hosted by individual Lions at their place or residence.

In keeping with the Lions Club’s motto “We Serve” members of our club support: Diabetes Canada, Heart and Stroke Foundation, Cancer Society and Skateboard Park & Public Skating Program.We provide our assistance at River Heights Lodge teas, the birthday parties, Christmas dinners and teas at Battlefords District Care Centre and Villa Pascal. We annually deliver Meals on Wheels and have assisted the Spring Picnic for the Sight Impaired.

Contributions are also made to national and international levels of the Lions Foundation.

Our well known fund-raiser our homemade Christmas cakes which are sold in November and December each year. This project allow us to provide financial support for local needs.

New members welcome.


President - Yvonne Nyholt

Secretary - Ellen Mae Bishop 306-445-6621

Treasurer - Naty Keys

North Battleford Lions Club Inc.

North Battleford Lions Club was chartered in 1954. Lions motto is “We Serve”

Local projects completed include lights for the Don Ross toboggan hill, Lions Clubhouse in Centennial Park, Lions Ball Diamonds, Play Grounds, B.U.H. Equipment, Scouts of Canada.

Present projects include Lions Quest in local schools, support for C.N.I.B., collection of used eye glasses that are processed and sent to areas that are in need, weekly sponsorship of sight impaired bowling, cosponsor Citizen of Year with Radio Station and Co-op, BUH, Lions Guide Dogs of Canada, Safety Council, Lions Eye Bank, Music Festival, Svoboda Dance Festival, special needs request.

Funds are raised through many projects. The main ones being Annual Gun Toy and Antique Show and Annual Cash Draw.

Meetings are held the first Monday of the month (excluding July and August) at 6:30 p.m. at the Battlefords Wildlife Federation, Hwy. 16 and 40.

If interested in becoming a part of this group or any other reason to contact please see the following.


President - Lion Tyler Jess 306-441-9993

Secretary - Harold Bishop -

Treasurer - Brian Frijouf

The Order of The Eastern Star

The Order of The Eastern Star, North Battleford Chapter No. 2 was organized in 1912, the second Chapter in the province. Members celebrated their 100th Anniversary in 2012.

We meet once a month, on the second Tuesday 7:30 p.m. during the months of May, June, September, October and on the second Saturday of the month from November to April at 1:30 p.m. at the Ionic temple 1482 - 92nd Street. Holiday months are July and August.

Our main project last year was Ronald McDonald’s House and the OES Service Dogs, Over the years we have supported various agencies such as the Jim Pattison Childrens Hospital, Autism, Cancer Research, M.S. Saskatchewan Research, Pediatric Cancer, Diabetes Association, Huntington’s Disease and WAWA PatientTransportation Fund.We also donate funds to ESTARL (Eastern Star Training Awards for Religious Leadership in Pastoral Care and Church Music).

Locally we support the Battlefords Union Hospital Foundation, the Legion Poppy Campaign. River Heights Lodge, Battlefords Trade & Education Center and Battlefords District Care.Stamps are collected and sold.The funds are equally divided between Regina and Saskatoon Cancer Clinics for the purchase of patients comforts.

Pop can tabs are collected and sold to purchase wheel chairs and morphine pumps for inpatient use at the Pasqua Hospital, Regina

2022 Officers are:

Worthy Matron - Idella Barr Worthy Patron - Bill Fitzsimmons Contact: Idella Barr, at 306-446-2170.

14 BATTLEFORDS COMMUNITY DIRECTORY 2022-2023 Garth Swanson, B. Comm., CPA, CA Greg Gryba, B. Comm., CPA, CA Post Office Box 1027 1282 - 101st Street North Battleford, SK S9A 3E6 Telephone: (306) 445-0488 Facsimile: (306) 446-3155 Email: SGwanson ryba & Company CHARTERED PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS Garth Swanson, B. Comm., CPA, CA Greg Gryba, B. Comm., CPA, CA Post Office Box 1027 1282 - 101st Street North Battleford, SK S9A 3E6 Telephone: (306) 445-0488 Facsimile: (306) 446-3155 Email: SGwanson ryba & Company CHARTERED PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS Garth Swanson, CPA, CA Greg Gryba, CPA, CA Diego Roa, CPA, CA Kelcey Maksymchuk, CPA Samantha Weber, CPA Post Office Box 1027 Telephone: (306) 445-0488 1292 - 100th Street Facsimile: (306) 446-3155 North Battleford, SK S9A 3E6 Email:

Community Service Clubs & Lodges

River Heights Lodge Auxiliary

The auxiliary focuses its efforts on fund raising for the residents’ comforts, by purchasing sheepskins, slippers, etc. and birthday flowers. Funds have been used to improve the patio area, and purchase family room decor, new lights for the east dining room and new window coverings.

Recreation staff is given money to pay for special entertainment.

Our two main fund raisers are:

1) May strawberry tea, bake sale and silent auction

2) Raffle in December


President - Joan Harrison - 306-441-7075

Vice President - Irene Martin - 306-445-8345

Treasurer - Joyce Munn - 306-445-3105

Secretary - Ruby Heidel - 306-445-4663

The Rotary Club of the Battlefords

Chartered on April 26, 1920

Rotary is an organization of business and professional women and men united to provide humanitarian service, to encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and to help build good will and peace in the world. Membership is based on business classification and normally attracts proprietors, partners, corporate officers and professionals of worthy businesses and professions.

Internationally, Rotary has raised more than $2.1 Billion to support an immunization program to eradicate polio in the world.

In The Battlefords, many of our projects have focused on the celebration of excellence in youth as leaders in tomorrow’s world. Scholarships in academics and the arts, RYLE, RYPEN, and international student exchange are all examples of Rotary commitment to youth in the Battlefords. Rotary is also a proud sponsor of the NBCHS Interact club.

Rotary has supported local projects such as the Rotary Skateboard Park, Paws Off-Leash Dog Park, King Hill, Multipurpose Walking Trail, the Senator Herb Sparrow Splash Park, Rotary Plaza at the CUplex, and recently donated $50,000 to the Humane Society for their new building. They were also a Platinum Sponsor of the 2018 Saskatchewan Winter


Community Service Clubs & Lodges

Games held here in North Battleford in February 2018. Many of the funds raised for the projects come from the Trip of the Month fundraiser, Oktoberfest, the famous Spud-Nut booth at the fair and the annual NHL Playoff Hockey Draft.

The Rotary Club of the Battlefords sponsors the Integrity Award each year and is awarded at the President’s Wind Up. A non-Rotarian is chosen for this award based on his or her integrity in their profession and/or volunteer work within the community.

Rotary meets each Monday at 12:00 noon at the Blend Restaurant & Bar.

Effective July 1st, 2022 Rotary Officers include:

President - Randy Patrick

Past President - Jason Russell

Secretary - Launa Patrick

Treasurer - Mike Ritchie

President Elect – Claudette McGuire


For further information, contact the President of the Rotary Club,

PO Box 745, North Battleford, SK S9A 2Y9 Phone - 306-490-7990

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 9

Following the Great War of 1914-18 veterans formed clubs throughout Canada. They became an official service club in 1925 when a Dominion Organization was duly registered and Legion clubs were formed in each province wherever veterans settled.The Battleford Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion was chartered October 6, 1926.

The purpose of the Legion is to constitute an association of those who have served or are serving in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces and others who support the purpose of the Legion. To bring about unity of all who served. To further among them the spirit of comradeship and mutual help. To perpetuate the memory and deed of the fallen and those who

die in the future. To promote and care for memorials to their valor and sacrifice.To insure that proper attention be paid to the welfare of all who served and welfare of their dependents.To encourage, promote, engage in or support all forms of national, provincial, municipal or community service or any charitable purpose.

The Battleford Royal Canadian Legion Branch #9 has re-started its Pipes and Drums Band and is looking for musicians to join us! Men and women (including kids ages 10 and up) are invited join them Monday nights. Lessons are offered as part of the band membership - beginners welcome. For more information, contact Jim Ramsay by phone 306-937-3347 or email legion9pipesanddrums@

Legion Projects include: General welfare of veterans, continual upgrading of the hall, November 11 Poppy & Wreath campaign, Cenotaph repair and landscape in conjunction with the Town, sports participation within the branch and in the community, sponsoring of the Cadets, cooperate with the Town to enhance the cemetry with particular attention to Veterans plots, and a ramp has been put in place to make the hall accessible to the handicapped.

Battlefords Legion No. 9 holds regular monthly meetings in the lower hall on the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. New members welcome.

Everyone is welcome to attend our Kaiser tournaments on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month.


President - Esther Delainey - 306-937-2161 or Box 1179

Battleford, SK S0M 0E0

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 70 (Sask)

Branch 70 has served the Battlefords and area since Nov. 2, 1926.

Our mission is “To Serve Veterans and their dependents, promote Remembrance and act in the Service of Canada and its Communities.”

Our Legion supports a variety of organizations and charities in the Battlefords Area and our General Meetings are held every fourth Tuesday January through November excluding July and August.

The Sloan Auditorium (lower hall) can be rented for most occasions, please call for more information.

Lounge is open Mondays, Tuesdays & Wendesdays 2:00 - 6:00 p.m., Thursdays & Fridays, 2:00 - 9:00 p.m., and Saturdays 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. Hours may be extended for special occasions.

Activities include Friday BBQ, Saturday Meat Draws, Chase the Ace Draw, Fish and Chip Nights or Steak Night. Other activities such as Darts and entertainment could be available at different time throughout the year.

Non-members and members alike are welcome to attend these functions.


Please call us at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 70 306-445-2173 for more information.



Community Service Clubs & Lodges

SaskTel Pioneers

The SaskTel Pioneers are a volunteer organization, promoting and participating in activities that respond to community needs. The SaskTel Pioneers are a provincial wide volunteer group with several chapters throughout the province, with the North Battleford Club having approximately 150 members.The organization consists of retired, working, and previous employees of SaskTel. It also includes spouses who contribute a great deal to the organization.

Our focus as an organization is on health, environment and education with literacy being one of our primary centers of attention.We have a long and ongoing relationship with many of the schools in Northwest Saskatchewan, where we participate with them in programs to supply backpacks full of school supplies for students in need.We donate or facilitate the donations of thousands of new books for North West students to have not only at school but at home. We have also made significant financial donations to over 25 school libraries and their literacy program in the last ten years.

We also have proud relationships with many other local organizations and groups such as BTEC, Habitat for Humanity, Canadian Cancer Society, The Battlefords Union Hospital Foundation and Meals on Wheels. With the support of the Battlefords Hotel and Dental Associations and various local businesses we have also begun to

At the Chapel Gallery

provide free of charge personal hygiene kits to many local schools and shelters.

As a club our focus is volunteer work, where we consistently provide between 2000 and 3000 hours per year to the Saskatchewan North West. Through battery and computer salvage initiatives we are also able to help may local organizations with financial donations. Our mission is to make a recognized contribution to a variety of community needs while providing value to our partner organization and creating rewarding fellowship opportunities.


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President - Dan Nesdoly - 306-441-0118


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TOPS Club Inc. is a non-profit, non commercial weight loss education and support organization.

Meetings every Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at Living Faith Chapel, 1371-103rd Street, North Battleford.

Contact: Irene Lascelle - 306-445-4625

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4-H Saskatchewan

4-H is one of Canada’s largest and longest running organizations for youth. Do you like learning new things?

Do you like having fun? Do you like making friends? Then 4-H is for you?

With a focus on fun and learning, 4-H provides opportunities, which will develop the skills needed in our ever-changing future. We take pride and ownership in being an organization based on our pledge, our values and the belief that the 4-H experience has a positive impact on individuals, families, communities and our country.

Although the 4-H program has its roots in rural Saskatchewan, 4-H Saskatchewan serves all youth throughout the province who are 6 to 25 years of age and of all racial, cultural, economic and social backgrounds. 4-H also relies on parental and leader involvement, making it a program for the whole family to participate in.

Annual registration fees are $100 as of the 2022/2023 4-H year. Individual clubs may have fund raising opportunities to assist with project costs.


If you are interested in joining a 4-H Club, starting a new 4-H Club,

or sharing your skills as a 4-H volunteer leader, please contact the NW 4-H Regional Specialist.

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Phone - 306-933-6723

Fax - 306-933-7730

For more information, please visit our website

AWANA Boys and Girls Club Territorial Drive Alliance Church

The AWANA Club first started in 1950 and today more than 4 million children and youth from around the world participate in the program.We are proud to offer this program in our community and we are committed to providing a safe and fun environment for the kids of our community. Awana is a program for boys and girls from two years old to Grade 12.

AWANA Club meets each Tuesday at Territorial Drive Alliance Church. Club nights begin in early September and run until the end of April with special theme nights throughout the entire year. Some bigger events include a Christmas party and the Grand Prix, an event where clubbers race wooden cars that they can paint and design for trophies and medals.

Each club evening is divided into three parts — game time, handbook time, and group time. Game time encourages good sportsmanship and cooperation. Handbook time focuses on scripture memorization and understanding the Bible. Each clubber has an opportunity to recite their memory work to qualified leaders. Group time is a time where clubbers in the same age group hear a bible story and learn lessons from them that apply to their lives.

Girls and boys from all denominations are welcome.

Contact: The church office 306-445-5158 or

Battle River Archers Archery Club

Our club’s purpose is to promote the sport of archery. Our members enjoy the opportunity to introduce non-members to the sport and to improve their skill level in a safe and friendly environment.

Our club’s facilities appeal to target archers, 3D archers and bow hunters. Our club is an active participant in the Saskatchewan Archery Association’s “Junior Olympic Program” (the program runs October through to April) wherein young archers (age 21 and under) receive coaching and recognition as they progress to higher levels of proficiency.

Indoor range is available year round with the purchase of a full membership.

Adult, youth & family memberships are available at very affordable rates.


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Special Interest & Recreation

Battle River Cloggers

The Battle River Cloggers was formed in the fall of 1987, when a group of square dancers asked Dona Keys if she would be their instructor.The club has grown to include people from all around the Battlefords. In the fall of 1995, we started a children’s class.

Clogging is done with a double tap on the shoe. It came from the Appalachian Mountains and was modernized to better fit modern music.The Battle River Cloggers dance Monday evenings and afternoons from late September to April. Dona Keys is the instructor.

We dance at 10326 Bunce Cres.

Contact: Dona Keys - 306-446-2503

Battleford Quilters

The Battleford Hand Quilters group was formed on March 6, 1974. The traditional art of hand quilting continues to be enjoyed by 10 members who meet each Wednesday from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. at the Alex Dillabough Center.

Visitors are welcome to join us to observe, put in a few stitches and have a cup of tea/ coffee. New members are always welcome. The Battleford Quilters will take orders for quilts to be hand quilted. The customers provide the quilt top, the batting and backing. All the hand quilting is stitched by volunteers. Each hand quilted quilt has The Battlefords Quilters logo on the back. Most of the proceeds are kept in the community, with donations to the Battleford Tot Lot and other organizations.

Members have enjoyed demonstrating hand quilting for special occasions at the Western Development Museum and have previously hand quilted there during Museum Days in June and Those Were the Days in August. If you are interest in hand quilting or in having a quilt hand quilted, please contact our club.

Contact: Mary - 306-937-2926 Leslie - 306-937-7471

Community Support

Mona Leece, executive director of BTEC (center) with Corey and Jodi Chmelnyk in BTEC’s new state of the art Snoezelen Room. The new state of the art Snoezelen Room is named the Corey and Jodi Chmelnyk Snoezelen Room in appreciation of all the support that they have given BTEC on behalf of the North Battleford Professional Bull Riders (PBR) Committee. | Photo submitted




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Battlefords Amateur Radio Association Inc.

Established to promote and encourage the hobby and service of Amateur (Ham) Radio in our community. Our members are part of an international group of radio operators who provide our services in emergency situations. Amateur Radio can provide communication locally and around the world during emergencies, when cell phone and commercial services fail. We can be available for community activities wherever possible. New members are always welcome. We will do our best to help you obtain your Amateur Radio License. (Morse code is no longer required).


For information or to request our assistance contact

President - Ken Crowston - 306-441-8455

Secretary-Treasurer - Cliff Holm - 306-480-9935 Email - Website - RAC -

Singing Sisterhood

Some of the members of the Battlefords Blend Chorus entertaining at the 50 th anniversary party of one of their members. The sisterhood of the group is one thing that all of the members appreciate. |

Photo by George Blais

Battlefords Blend Harmony Chorus

Battlefords Blend is a group of ladies who sing four part harmony acappella style. The chorus practices every Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at the Third Avenue United Church. Education and training is provided in four part harmony. The chorus sings on request.


Director - Jo Carter - 306-480-5890

Membership - Andrea Strewart - 306-390-7375

Booking Contacts - JoAnne Stirton - 306-441-1012

- Gail Meiers - 306-892-2196

- Val Laing - 306-398-2789

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Battlefords Branch of the Ukrainian Canadian Cultural Council

Battlefords Branch - Saskatchewan Provincial Council (UCC-SPC)

The first local cultural council of representatives from various Ukrainian community organizations in the Battlefords was founded in 1976 at North Battleford aided by Provincial Executive Saskatchewan Council (UCC-SPC).

Aim: To promote Ukrainian culture and Ukrainian language in the Battlefords by coordinating the work of various Ukrainian organizations in this region and by representing the Ukrainian community and its views on local matters.

BUCCC participates in many ethnic projects and activities.

Please call for date and location of next meeting.


President - Paul Kardynal - 306-446-0848 (O) 306-446-0283 (H)

Vice-President - Marion Palidwor - 306-937-7657

Past President - Jennie Penzie - 306-446-3731

Secretary - Evelyn Kardynal - 306-446-0283

Treasurer - Patricia Bohun

Mailing Address:

Battlefords Ukrainian Canadian Cultural Council P.O. Box 1252, North Battleford, SK, S9A 2Y7

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Battlefords Community Players

Bringing live theatre to the Battlefords and area since 1952, we welcome new members at any time and offer training if needed. Remember, there is more to community theatre than acting; we also need people to build sets, create costumes, lighting, sound or who might just want to help back stage or front of house. We need everyone interested to give us a call.

Battlefords Community Players have been part of the scene for more

than the 70 years shown above, our history that goes back to 1914, although very sparitic through until the ‘50’s. We presently offer a four show season and each production offers two evenings of show only and 6 evening of dinner theatre and we often partnered with other groups and companies to provide entertainment for events and shows. The club also presents many new plays, some written by local playwrights, offers a summer theatre experience and this year will offer both a student and adult summer program.

BCP is a member of Theatre Saskatchewan and has been part of what’s happening in theatre across Saskatchewan since 1933 when Charles Tubb of North Battleford became part of the founding board of the Dominion Drama Festival – Saskatchewan Division. That is also the same year that Cameron Ross McIntosh of North Battleford presented the McIntosh Cup for the best Canadian play at the 1933 festival. That same cup is now sponsored by Battlefords Community Players and is presented for the best play at Theatre Saskatchewan’s annual competitive festival.

In 2010, Battlefords Community Players purchased our own building for rehearsal and storage and after renovations, upgrades and construction in 2017 we began using our facility has our own little theatre. In last couple of years we have done all our production in our own space and hosted other companies to present live theatre, music and dance in our wonderful space.

During the COVID restrictions we reduced our audiences and followed all protocols to keep everyone safe and still able to enjoy live theatre. Our 2022-2023 season will be announce in May of 2022 and tickets will be available as soon as the dates and shows are released with a special deal for those purchasing season tickets. We will continue to do everything we can to provide a safe and wonderful place to enjoy theatre in the Battlefords.

More information can be obtained by emailing bcpdrama@sasktel. net or calling 306-446-3133.

Battlefords Duplicate Bridge Club

The Battlefords Duplicate Bridge Club has been in operation close to fifty years. Bridge is an intellectual game, one of the most popular card games worldwide and is believed to slow the process of dementia.

The Battlefords Duplicate Bridge Club is an affiliated club with the American Contract Bridge League in Horn Lake, Ms. (ACBL), headquarters for all North American clubs.

There have been some changes made to the schedules in the Battlefords. Presently we are playing two games a week. Games are played on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons starting at 1:00 P.M. Everyone is welcome.

North Battleford regularly participates in Alzheimer Charity games. This is usually held in June near the longest day. This year it is played on Thursday, June 23, 2022. All donations will go to the Alzheimer Society Saskatchewan. Anyone wanting to donate is encouraged to do so.

For further information, please contact.

Battlefords Art Club painted this wagon often seen offering horse-drawn rides around town in time for the Battleford Parade.

Location: Pioneer Association, 792 – 101 St., North Battleford

Contacts: Donna – 306-937-2952 Margaret – 306-445-7615

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Special Interest & Recreation

Battlefords Highland Dancing Association

Festival continues to uphold these ideals, giving performers a place to share their artistry, while building a stronger and more vibrant musical community.

Various disciplines are included in the competition syllabus, including voice, piano, strings, woodwind, brass, percussion, organ, choirs and school music, spoken word, and band classes. Expert adjudicators in each genre are hired to judge the competitions and give performers feedback. The Battlefords festival is well supported by community donations and sponsorships, and over $7000 in scholarship money is awarded every year. Selected local performers can advance to the SMFA Provincial Competitions held in June, where outstanding young artists from around the province come together to compete.

The Battlefords Highland Dancing Association (BHDA) promotes Scottish culture in and around the Battlefords, primarily by offering highland dancing lessons and planning an annual Robert Burns Supper and Ceilidh in January.

Highland dancing brings together Scottish tradition and modern dance discipline. Dancers learn traditional dances, teach their bodies to move with strength and grace, meet new friends, build confidence, and have fun!

Dancers (boys and girls) are welcome to begin lessons as early as 3 years old, but it’s never too late to start! Registration takes place in September and lessons run from late September - May.

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Battlefords Kiwanis Music Festival

The Battlefords Kiwanis Music Festival is one of 47 district festivals under the umbrella of the Saskatchewan Music Festival Association. The SMFA, which was established in 1908, is committed to promoting excellence in music and speech arts by providing performance and educational opportunities through competitive festivals in the province. Now celebrating its 90th anniversary, the Battlefords Kiwanis Music

The Battlefords Kiwanis Music Festival Association strives to enhance lives through an appreciation for music. We invite anyone who is interested to participate in the festival as a volunteer, a performer, a teacher, a sponsor, a committee member, or as part of the audience.

For more information, please contact the local organization


BKMFA President, Box 1301 North Battleford, SK S9A 3L8 (306) 445-0182 Or check us out at

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Battlefords Lawn Bowling Club

The Battlefords Lawn Bowling Club was formed on May 24, 1978. In 1979 the club affiliated with the Provincial and Canadian Lawn Bowling Association.

The purpose of the club is to provide lawn bowling opportunities for members wishing to participate for recreation, fellowship and to prepare themselves for competitive lawn bowling.

This sport is open to people of all ages - young and not so young.

Our members compete in tournaments in Saskatoon and exchange Fun Days with Saskatoon Clubs, Nutana and Mayfair.

We bowl Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays starting at 6:45 p.m. at 1901 - 106th Street weather permitting.

Membership fee for the whole season, a possible 60 games is $55.00, $40.00 for juniors. Prospective members are allowed two free trial evenings. Members are not committed to attend every time, but whenever they wish to come out to bowl.

Membership is open to anyone and new members are welcome.


President - Mel Walker - 306-445-8433

Vice-President - Arlene Walker - 306-892-4300

Treasurer - Nester Franso 306-441-6164

Secretary - Diana Griffiths - 306-937-3690

Social Convenor - Arlene Walker - 306-892-4300

Battlefords North Stars Jr. A Hockey Club

The Battlefords North Stars are one of 12 teams, which compete in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. The North Stars take pride in providing the community with entertainment and a high calibre brand of hockey. Since 1973, the Battlefords have been home to a junior hockey franchise and are proud to have some of the most loyal and enthusiastic fans in the league.

The North Stars appreciate the support of the community and do what they can to give back to the community. That often includes visits to schools and senior homes in the Battlefords, volunteering for charity events and fundraising and being positive role models in the community. The North Stars instill the values of courage, commitment and community to all their players. The team is made up of players 16 to 20 years old from the Battlefords and other locations from across North America.

The operation of the hockey club is done through the efforts of The Marketing Manager, General Manager, Coaching staff and Equipment Manager. Operations of the club also include a large group of volunteers, billets who open their homes and an elected board of directors.

Along with the hockey at the North Battleford Access Communications Centre, the North Stars host multiple small fundraisers throughout the year including the Kramer Trailer Sales Shoot Out Showdown’s, The Annual golf tournament, Kelly Taylor comedy night, Jersey auctions and Growing with the Stars Ag. Project.Contact:

Brayden Klimosko Head Coach/GM

Battlefords North Stars Office Box 1247, North Battleford, SK S9A 3K2 Phone - 306-445-7827 (STAR) Email -

Battlefords North West Historical Society

Our Purpose:

To encourage interest and awareness of local history.

To promote the preservation of historic resources, encourage an interest in history, collect historic material and research and publish historic information.

To receive research and publish materials related to local history. Misa Nikolic Archivist

Battlefords North West Historical Society The President Box 1388 Battleford, SK. S0M 0E0

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Special Interest & Recreation

Battlefords Registered Music Teachers’ Association

Since its founding in 1948, the Battlefords branch of the Saskatchewan Registered Music Teachers Association has been actively concerned and involved in the provision of quality music education. Active members of the association reside in Glenbush,Wilkie, Spiritwood, Unity, Battleford, North Battleford and surrounding rural areas.

The members frequently serve their communities as church organists, accompanists, guest soloists, playing for weddings and funerals.Teachers also prepare students for music festivals, examinations and public recitals. At least one degree from a recognized educational institution must be obtained before becoming a full member of the association.

Because of affiliation with the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers Association, students of Registered Music Teachers have special opportunities to achieve experience in music writing competitions conducted nationally. Students who perform can take part in auditions for the Young Artist Series. Winners of this competition will perform a series of concerts on a tour which is hosted by the Registered Music Teachers Association.


Officers include:

President - Robyn Rutherford (Unity), A.R.C.T., RMT

Phone 306-228-8037, email:

Past President - Cathy Swerid (Battleford), A.T.C.L., RMT

Phone 306-481-5102,

Secretary - Diane Neil (Unity), A.R.C.T., RMT Phone 306-228-3782

Treasurer - Carolyn Voss (Spiritwood) Pre-diploma Phone 306-883-2719

Meota Lakefront Paddle and Sail formerly Battlefords Sailing Club is still the place to be on Jackfish Lake.

The Club has broadened its scope to include stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) and Kayaking. Club members enjoy liberal access to one of the finest beach facilities in Saskatchewan, and they are free to enjoy free use of the many Club-owned sailboats, kayaks and stand-up

Members of Lakefront Paddle and Sale out fr an evening excursion. | Photo by Lori Risling

paddle boards.

The Clubhouse is located on the lakefront on the the east edge of the village of Meota, adjacent to Meota Regional Park swimming area and beach, and the Meota Golf Course. The facility boasts a spacious elevated deck with an amazing view, large meeting/event area, modern kitchen, pool table and washrooms with showers. The property includes a wide sandy beach for swimming, dock access for sailboat lifts, and a large lawn for outdoor activities. Note that the clubhouse is available to groups to rent for special events.

Club activities include beachfront socials, sailing, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding. This year there will be a Stand-Up Paddle Board Event July 16&17 hosted by Escape Sports, was well as a Try a Kayak Event hosted by Classic Outdoors on July 23&24. Club members will be on hand to facilitate these public events. There will also be two Art Shows, July 3rd and August 7th that are open to the public. From June 1st to September 30th Club Members and guests head out in Kayaks from the boathouse every Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30 pm. Weather conditions are evaluated and we head out for approximately an hour. Club members have the privilege of storing their kayaks in the lower floor of the clubhouse.

For inquiries and membership information, please contact: Trudy Janssens 1-306-374-0843 (cell) or Heather Hallgrimson 1-306-716-8619 (cell)

Battlefords Senior Soccer Association Inc.

Rene Michaud

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1272 - 106th Street North Battleford Sk. S9A 1X2


The BSSA organizes outdoor soccer for men and women. They also organize an indoor league for women and a men’s drop in night. League play started in 1996.


1352-109th Street

North Battleford, SK S9A 2G1

For information call: Gord Pepple - 306-398-7452

Facebook Page: battleford senior soccer association

306-445-ROOF (7663)

Special Interest & Recreation

Skate Battlefords

Providing a Pathway to Success in Skating. For Recreational Skating, Hockey, Ringette, Speed and Figure Skating. Our CanSkate Program uses nationally-tested and proven curriculum and delivery methods that guarantee skater success in developing stronger basic skills and developing them faster. Skate Battlefords offers training opportunities with outstanding coaching producing a Pathway for Success in achieving Gold Star & High-Level Competitive Figure Skaters.

As a Skate Canada Sanctioned Club, we embrace a diverse and inclusive, barrier-free environment where everyone feels valued, respected and supported. As a hub community we are in a position to further support the needs of other communities who are less able to provide this level of training.

Fascinating Art

The Battlefords Art Club gathered together feathers, deliciously shiny, sequin-covered fabrics, glittery bobbles, and delectable bits of all sorts and presented the Fred Light Museum more than 30 fascinators for sale at the Fred Light Museum’s Mother’s Day Tea. Standing: Evelyn Gardiner, Evelyn Campbell. Sitting: Vicki Angel Scheler, Pam Beaver. | Photo courtesy of the Battlefords Art Club

Battlefords Toastmasters



Battlefords Toastmasters is a safe and positive environment to hone your communication and leadership skills. Today’s employers expect exemplary skills and Toastmasters can help you develop them.

With over 40 years of experience in the local club, members are assured of experienced mentoring and leadership. This self-paced program allows members to focus on the path that they find most advantageous. Whether it is to develop confidence, improve workplace presentations and evaluations, or to become a better leader, Battlefords Toastmasters should be on your radar. Online attendance is an option, contact us for login information.

Battlefords Toastmasters meets every Wed. from September through Mid June, (and once monthly in July and August) at 7:00 in room #108, Don Ross Center, 891-99St. North Battleford. Guests are always welcome. Come check us out…it could be the best thing you do for yourself all year!

Toastmasters – Where Leaders Are Made!

Contact: Rena - 306-441-0890

Email- Facebook Page-Battlefords Toastmasters

Donation in Action

North Battleford Senior Citizens Action Now presented a $5,000 donation to the BUH Foundation at Christmas time. Pictured are Action Now treasurer Stella Ewanchuk, Sue Pruden-McIvor and Leanne Ducommun of the BIHF and Action Now, president Faye Goll.


Families and individuals who are experiencing challenges need to know who to talk to about what they are dealing with, and how to get the help they need.

The purpose of this Community Connections Guide is to provide information for families or individuals living in the City of North Battleford who are in need of direct and immediate services.

The agencies/organiza tions listed are those that will either be able to provide direct services, or who will be able to make connections to the appropriate service(s).

Therefore, this is NOT an exhaustive list of the agencies and organizations that provide services within the community.

Health & Wellness Services

HealthLine (SK) 24 hours


Alcoholics Anonymous 306-446-6166

Al-Anon (Family Support)

Battle River Treaty 6 Health Centre

• Wellness Intake



• Indian Residential School Resolution Health Support 306-937-6700

• Sexual Health Clinic


• OARS (Opioid Addictions Recovery Services) 306-441-3142

Canadian Mental Health Association Battlefords Branch . 306-446-7177

Catholic Family Services 306-445-6960

Kanaweyimik Child & Family Services

- Urban Services 306-445-3500

• Traditional Parenting Sessions

• Structured Discipline Parenting Sessions

• Healing Circles • Domestic Violence/Family Violence Treatment

Saskatchewan Health Authority

• Adult Mental Health and Addictions 306-446-6500

• Child & Youth Mental Health and Addictions 306-446-6555

• HIV Services 1-306-236-1564

• Home Care 306-446-6445

• Occupational Therapy & Physiotherapy 306-446-6574

• Parent Mentoring Program 306-446-6443

• Public Health Nurse Services 306-446-6400

• Pediatric (Child) Therapy Services 306-446-5888

• Pediatric (Autism) Services 306-446-6700

• Public Health Inspection 1-888-298-0202

• Sexual Health (including needle exchange) 306-446-6400

Food, Clothing & Emergency Shelter

Battlefords District Food & Resource Centre (Food Bank) 306-937-5505

Battlefords Friendship Centre

Battlefords Interval House 306-445-2742

Fresh Food Box 306-446-2684

The Lighthouse Supported Living Emergency Shelter 306-445-3600

Mennonite Community Closet 306-445-6851

Housing Resources

Battlefords Urban Native Housing Corp 306-937-7791

Macro Properties 306-445-6710

North Battleford Housing Authority 306-445-4393

North Battleford Transitional Living 306-445-5162

Justice Services

Battlefords Tribal Council Justice 306-445-1383

• Cree/English Translation

• First Nations Volunteer Chaplain • Alternative Measures

• Domestic Violence Treatment

Court Worker Services

Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477

Legal Aid


Prosecution 306-446-7788

Adult Probation


Youth Probation 306-446-8752

Children & Youth Services

Battlefords Boys and Girls Club 306-445-0002

Battlefords Early Childhood Intervention Program 306-446-4545

Big Brothers Big Sisters


Bridges For Children 306-445-3009

Concern For Youth


Kids First Battlefords 306-937-6855 School Divisions

• Light of Christ Catholic School Division 306-445-6158

• Living Sky Public School Division

Emergency Services


Police, Fire, Ambulance (Emergency) 911 Ambulance 306-446-7309

Community Safety Officers

• City of North Battleford 306-445-1775 Fire 306-445-1770 RCMP 306-446-1720

Battlefords Immigration Resource Centre 306-446-0622

Battlefords Interval House (24 Hour Crisis Line) 306-445-2742

Battlefords Union Hospital 306-446-6606

Battlefords Victims Services 306-446-1550

Battlefords and Area Sexual Assault Centre 306-445-0055

• 24 Hour Crisis Line 306-446-4444

• Toll Free Crisis Line 1-866-567-0055

Poison Control Center 1-866-454-1212

Pregnancy Crisis Line 306-446-4440 Social Services 306-446-7705

• Income Assistance • Child & Family Services

• Community Living Saskatchewan and Local Services


HandiBus 306-445-7797

Public Transit System 306-445-7796

Taxi 306-445-8155


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Special Interest & Recreation

Battlefords Vintage Auto Club Inc.

Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm at the BVAC clubhouse (Fred Light Museum Replica Service Station).

The club is organized to develop interest in the restoration and preservation of vintage and special interest vehicles, to promote fellowship, and to encourage the working together of members and their families in their social and automotive interests.You do not have to own a vintage vehicle as anyone with or without a vehicle is welcome to join.

Memberships are for the year January 1st to December 31st and are currently $30.They must be paid by March 1st of each year to register for the member to be included in the yearly roster.

The Battlefords Vintage Automobile Club Inc. is a member of the Saskatchewan Association of Automobile Clubs Corporation and also the National Association of Automobile Clubs of Canada.


President - Hugh McKercher Vice-President - Terry Meier Secretary/Treasurer - Karl Volk Activities - Barry Grant and Allan Currie

WDM Volunteers Association Representative - N/A Vehicle Maintenance Coordinators - Harold Johnson (BVAC) Allan Currie (WDM)

SAACC Representatives - Fraser Noble and Hugh McKercher Club Photographer - Daniel Blais Club Historian - Marvin Bates Fund Raising Coordinator - Barry Grant - Assistants - All club members


Mind and Muscle Running Group

Our Running Group is a great way for experienced and new runners to stay motivated with their exercise and training, meet new people and make new friends.

We meet Saturday and/or Sunday a.m. for runs of varying distances and varying pace.Walk/run is incorporated for new runners.A variety of routes are utilized including Territorial Path, streets, and trails including Fin Island and North Shore Trail.

For more information Contact: Dwayne Onofriechuck @ 306-441-5648 or or Mind and Muscle Running Group on Facebook.

Youth Art Celebrated in the Battlefords

The 2022 Hazee Award is presented to Akeira Anseth by Nora and Rob Rongve. The official name is the Hazel As mussen Youth Art Competition, named after an artist and nurse in the Battlefords who passed away in 2009. The awards were spearheaded in her memory by her friends, Rob and Nora Rongve, as a way to support and inspire youth art. | Photo by John Cairns


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Special Interest & Recreation

Battlefords Wildlife Federation

Battlefords Wildlife Federation (BWF) is a non-profit organization that is supported by dedicated volunteers with leadership roles to educate in conservation, wise use of our fish and wildlife, as well as preservation of natural habitat for our future generation.

In 1929, Tom Coburn from North Battleford and Stan Naden from Regina started the Saskatchewan Fish and Game Protection Association to help stop excessive hunting and to slow down the depletion of habitat for wildlife, and to establish controls on fishing. On Feb. 1st, 1932, the name was changed to Saskatchewan Fish & Game League and by 1934 boasted 14 branches throughout Saskatchewan with one located in North Battleford. Due to the organization expanding scope & activities, the name changed in 1966 to the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, which then, changed the associated branch name to Battlefords Wildlife Federation which continues this history and conservation in our community today.

BWF has contributed more than $163,000 towards Habitat Trust Lands, preserving habitat lands that is held in perpetuity for wildlife and future generations to enjoy.

On November 13, 1975, a joint committee started the development of the current Goose Projects on River Valley Drive. The first birds for the stocking of the project arrived July 20th, 1975.To this day, BWF continues to care for this project keeping the water levels up and refurbishing goose nesting baskets. This has become a paradise for bird watchers and nature lovers.

Battleford Wildlife Federation has a scholarship that awards one student every year who is registered in an approved college of natural resources and/or environment.

BWF’s youth snow shoe program is to encourage our youth to enjoy the outdoors. Our snowshoes are available for only youth groups/schools at no charge and focusing primarily on Grades 1-6. Get fit, stay fit or just have fun and enjoy the outdoors!

Horns & Hides for Habitat program is based on donation of antlers and hides by the public. They are then sold, and the proceeds have been instrumental in purchasing, retaining, and enhancing tens of thousands of acres of critical wildlife habitat in Saskatchewan. Donate today!

BWF sponsors boys and girls that are wildlife members (aged 12-15) for a hands-on learning in a wide range of outdoor activities including: archery, canoeing, trapping, survival skills, and many more exciting activities.

In 2019, BWF started a Pheasant Program that is incorporated in schools for our youth to have a hands-on experience to learn about wildlife and habitat by raising pheasants from eggs to day-old chicks. BWF raised them till their adult age and release them onto habitat lands with the schools that where in this program. Our pheasant pens are located across the road from the Goose Projects.

BWF’s George Hooey Wildlife Collection is on display at the BWF’s clubhouse with over 230 taxidermy specimens. For a tour call Daniel at 306-317-2452. BWF also houses an indoor shooting range, for target shooting of handguns and .22 rim fire rifles. Range is open Thursday evenings at 7pm (except summer months). For more information contact Kevin at 306-445-5680 or Daniel 306-317-2452.

Hunter Education and Firearm Safety courses are held in September and January that last approximately six weeks. Classes are held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7pm to 9pm. Contact Galen Loy 306-

937-7734 or pick up an application at Ministry of Environment office.

BWF’s general meetings are held every second Wednesday of each month at 7pm, except July and August at the BWF’s clubhouse. Becoming a BWF member has many benefits and access on wildlife lands, for more information contact Vickey at 306-441-7956.

For more information contact:

Battlefords Wildlife Federation

PO Box 35, North Battleford, Sk S9A 2X6

Tel: 306-445-4244 Email:

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Original Nine Riders

• To support activities and events within our community.

• To provide a safe and enjoyable riding environment.

• Regular meetings held 2nd Thursday of each month.

• Annual meeting shall be held in the first quarter of each calendar year - date and time to be designated by the Executive Board.

Executive Members:

President - Bill Bishop - First Vice President - Lyle McIvor

Second Vice President - Don Pattinson

Treasurer - Misty Hulit

Secretary - Bill Samborski

Executive Directors - Joe Hulit, Rob Ray, Richard Bonnett, Adrian Harper

Contact: Bill Samborski

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PO Box 1554, North Battleford, SK S9A 3W1

Donation in Memory

Lionel and Alli Hawryliw presented the 2022 annual grant of $1,413 from the Nico Hawryliw Fund to Dana Johnson (centre) of North Battleford Golf and Country Club for the junior golf program. | Photo courtesy of the Battlefords and District Community Foundation


Canadian Ski Patrol Battle Zone, Table Mountain & Mountain Joy

Canadian Ski Patrol promotes safety and injury prevention and to provide the highest possible standards of education, certification and delivery in first aid and rescue services to the snow industry. We are always recruiting if interested contact us below.


President - Jordan Gifford

Treasurer - Jacky Bauer Phone - 306-317-7171

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City of North Battleford Historic Archives

The City of North Battleford Historic Archives was established in 1989 and collects materials that are original, unique, and mostly unpublished items which are judged to be of permanent historical significance.Archival records may be in any medium including photographs, maps, architectural drawings, video/audio cassettes, and digital formats. Our collection illustrates issues of administrative, legal, historical, or cultural significance to the development of the City of North Battleford and the surrounding area.All holdings are preserved according to provincial archival standards.

Along with the responsibility of the collection and the preservation of historical documents, which are maintained in a central repository, the City of North Battleford Historic Archives makes this material accessible to the public.The Archives is housed in the Don Ross Centre, Room 111, and is staffed by part-time Archivist Lynn Stace. Appointments to visit the Archives can be made by calling 306-445-1786, or be emailing archives@ The City of North Battleford website provides visitors with a small sample of historic photos and descriptions. Visit the website at

The Archives Committee welcomes exhibit requests that support business conferences, trade shows, classroom history presentations,

provincial or local organizations, and community celebrations and anniversaries.

Archives contact numbers:

Leah Garven – (Curator / Manager of Galleries) 306-445-1760

Lynn Stace – (Archivist) 306-445-1786

City of North Battleford Parks and Recreation Department 306-445-1755

Visit and click on the Parks and Recreation tab to discover the wide range of year-round programs and services available for all ages.This section includes information on recreation programs, outdoor spaces and facilities including; the Don Ross Community Centre, Arenas, Galleries, NationsWEST Field House, and the Co-op Aquatic Centre. Contact:

For more information on programs and rentals offered by the City of North Battleford’s Parks and Recreation department please email or call:

Don Ross Community Centre 306-445-1755

NationsWEST Field House 306-445-1790

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Special Interest & Recreation

Club DJ

Trinity Baptist Church

Club DJ is our church children’s club program designed for children from kindergarten to Grade 6. Our motto in Club DJ is “Hearts That Desire To Please God” and our aim is to encourage children to have hearts that desire to please the Lord. We truly believe that we would raise up a generation with such hearts that we would begin to see things happen in our nation that would have no explanation, except that God did it!

Club DJ is based on the covenant relationship between two friends David and Jonathan. We read about them in the book of I Samuel. David was a shepherd boy, the youngest in a family of eight boys and Jonathan was a prince, son of King Saul. Everyone would have thought that Jonathan would be king but God had other plans. Instead, God chose David to be the next king of Israel. You might think that Jonathan would be jealous, but instead, Jonathan made a covenant with David and promised to do all he could to help David become all that God wanted him to be. What a friend! Jonathan gave up all he had for David’s sake, and the Bible says David became a man after God’s own heart and that the Lord was with him.

We want the children to know they also have a friend who gave up all He had to see them become all God wants them to be. Jesus, the Son of God, left His home in Heaven to come to earth as a little baby. He died and rose again to make a way for each child to have a personal relationship with Him, so they can become all God wants them to be.What a Friend!

Club DJ at Trinity Baptist Church runs from September to April. Please call the church at 306-445-4818 for details as to cost, time and night.

Each club night consists of Bible stories, scripture memory program. Bible quizzing, take home Bible lessons, great crafts, fun games, and an exciting achievement awards program which includes the Club DJ Catalogue.

We invite you to join us in reaching children for Christ. Our desire is to see whole families grow in Christ and live their lives for God’s honor and glory.

More information can be found at Follow us on Twitter.

Contact: Trinity Baptist Church 1702 - 106th Street, North Battleford, SK Phone - 306-445-4818

Crochet, Knit and Natter

Crochet, Knit and Natter is a group of people who meet weekly to share their love of crafting. We share patterns, knowledge, skills as well as lots of laughs. Everyone has different skills and beginners are always welcome.We work on our own projects or sometimes an organization will supply wool so we crochet and knit for them.We meet Tuesdays from 6:30 - 9:00 pm at Porta Bella Restaurant. Hope you will come join us.

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Saskatchewan is renowned for having some of the most abundant and productive waterfowl habitat in North America. Situated within the pond-rich Prairie Pothole Region, ducks hatched and raised in our province disperse throughout the entire continent and beyond.

Saskatchewan’s wetlands and associated upland areas provide other farreaching natural values too, supporting biodiversity – including species at risk – and storing carbon, preserving water quality in lakes and rivers, and buffering against floods and droughts.

It takes a collaborative approach to conserve these critical habitats, and Ducks Unlimited Canada’s work here builds on the spirit of community embodied by the people of our province.

Working alongside agricultural producers, industry groups, governments, and the public, we strive to ensure wetland values are appreciated and accounted for, and support our partners in achieving a sustainable balance between conservation and development.

What began in 1938 with efforts to drought-proof the Prairies through large wetland projects has evolved over the years to a conservation approach that better needs the needs of waterfowl, wildlife and the Saskatchewan people.

Today, Ducks Unlimited Canada conserves vital natural areas through a suite of landowner programs designed to provide both environmental and economic benefit across the working landscapes of our province.

For more information on DUC’s work in Saskatchewan, please visit ducks. ca/Saskatchewan or call 1-866-252-DUCK.


Ducks Unlimited Canada #202 – 1301 101st Street, North Battleford, SK S9A 0Z9

Warren’s Deli 61-22nd St., Battleford 480-0000 Catering | Meals-To-Go Home Made Soup and Deli Sandwiches

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Girl Guides of Canada - Guides Du Canada

The aim of Girl Guides of Canada is to help girls and women become responsible citizens, able to give leadership and service to the community.The girls and leaders meet one or two times a month, where they have fun learning life skills, making friends, doing crafts, going on tours and hikes, singing songs, playing games and going camping. Older girls are eligible to earn high school credits and can apply for university scholarships.

We welcome registrations any time of the year. The girls are divided into the following groups:

Sparks 5-6 year olds Brownies 7-8 year olds Guides 9-12 year olds Pathfinders 12-15 year olds Rangers 15-18 year olds Adults 18+


Humane Society of The Battlefords, Inc.

The Humane Society is a registered non-profit organization that operates the Battlefords Animal Shelter.

At the Shelter, homeless animals are cared for until adopted. Efforts are also directed toward education on responsible pet ownership and a humane attitude towards all animals. Membership is open to all.


President - Dave Gubbe

Vice-President - Kellie Migneault

Secretary - Danielle Elder Treasurer - Laurel Fauth Shelter Manager - Michelle Spark The Shelter - 306-446-2700


Living Faith Chapel

Living Faith Chapel offers various programming for all ages, as well as study groups throughout the week. We invite you to join us for our Sunday morning service at 10:30 a.m.

• In addition, Living Faith Chapel operates Bridges for Children Programs in the community working with Children under the age of 12 who are displaying criminal behavior.


For more information, please contact Living Faith Chapel at 306-445-3009 visit

North Battleford City Kinsmen Band

For 70 years the North Battleford City Kinsmen Band has provided training on woodwind, brass and percussion instruments. Children and adults in the Battlefords and area ages eight and up are welcome.There are three main levels of performing options to accommodate a wide range of music experience. Beginners’ start learning to play an instrument in private one to one instruction.

As their skills develop, they take part in group sessions for an appropriate playing level. The Intermediate Band is for those that are able to play an instrument and are looking for an opportunity to develop those skills. This is an especially good group for adult players who may have put their instrument aside for a number of years or youth students who have played for 2 – 4 years. North Battleford City Kinsmen Band Hall, 1801 - 104th Street, North Battleford.

The caliber of music in the Battlefords has long been a source of pride and pleasure to the citizens of the area.

If you or your child play, have ever played, or want to play a trumpet, trombone, clarinet, flute, saxophone, oboe, bassoon, French horn, baritone, tuba or percussion instrument, come be a part of one of the best community bands in Saskatchewan! For turther information, visit our website at


NBCK Band Hall - 306-445-5013

Email - 1801 - 104th Street North Battleford, SK S9A 3X4




visit us online Sunday Services 10:30 a.m. 1372 102nd St 306-445-3009
DR. TIANDRA EWANCHUK #7A 11204 Railway Ave. East, North Battleford, SK Call 306-446-VETS (8387)

Special Interest & Recreation

North Battleford Golf & Country Club

The North Battleford Golf and Country Club is an 18-hole public golf facility located on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. The view that is provided either from the club house or from any location on the course is truly magnificent. Recently, the North Battleford Golf & Country Club was chosen as 1 of the Top Ten Public Places to Play from Score Golf Magazine

Besides being scenic the golf course can be challenging for the advanced golfer or very pleasurable for the beginning golfer.The course offers a driving range, practice green, equipment and power cart rentals, a fully stocked pro shop and golf professionals available for group or private lessons. We have a newly renovated restaurant and lounge with banquet services also available.

Sign up to our E-Club and receive great monthly golfing promotions at or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

Director of Golf, Dana Johnson and Grounds Superintendent, Grant Sawchyn.

Contact: Office - 306-937-5656

Fax - 306-937-5650

For Tee Time Reservations - 306-937-5659

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North Battleford Table Tennis Club

September to May Adults, Youth & Seniors - All Skill Levels. Visit our Facebook: page @NBTableTennis or Email for more information. October to April at Living Faith chapel Gym Tuesday and Thursday 7:00 p.m.

Farmers Come to Town

The Battlefords Agricultural Society hosted the year’s final indoor garage sale for farmers at the AgriVilla Building on the Exhibition Grounds Saturday, Sept. 17, 2022. | Photo by Miguel Fenrich

North BattlefordWater Doves Synchronized Swim Club

The North Battlefo rd Water Doves Synchronized Swim Club operates from October to April and is open to all swimmers interested in synchronized swimming. Programming is for swimmers Level 4 and up, with beginner and introduction programs. Recreational or competitive options are available as students progress. Swimmers are taught “figures” and “routines” and are awarded stars as they advance through the program. Encouraging a healthy lifestyle with proper nutrition and exercise as well as the benefits of team work, make synchronized swimming a rewarding and challenging sport.


Sheila Parker, Coach

Phone - 306-446-0001

President - Gloria Tkachuk 306-481-4466

North Battleford Water Doves 1272 - 99th St.

North Battleford, SK S9A 0P5

Northland Power Curling Centre

The Northland Power Curling Centre located next to the Dekker Centre in the CUplex opened its doors in October 2012.This spacious and modern two storey building, operated by the Twin Rivers Curling Club, features six sheets of ice, change/locker rooms, meeting rooms and administration offices on the main floor and a fully equipped restaurant and lounge with ice surface viewing on the second level.This facility has year round rental opportunities for car shows, trade shows, wedding receptions, public gatherings and company events such as Christmas socials, curling bonspiels, banquets and workshops.

Curling opportunities are available for all ages and levels of skill during the curling season which begins after the Thanksgiving long weekend. Daytime slots for the 50 Plus League and New Horizons League will continue. There will also be daytime curling for elementary and high school students. The evening leagues are a mix of open, mixed and competitive. The club website will have the complete schedule and fees at: .

Throughout the curling season,Twin Rivers Curling Club will be host to several events that will be great viewing for local curling fans. Local, regional and provincial curlers will take part in bonspiels and provincial playdowns.

The Northland Power Curling Centre and Twin Rivers Curling Club invites everyone to come watch some exciting curling, enjoy the on-site lounge and maybe throw a rock or two.


For more information on any of the above or to discuss space rentals for meetings or other activities contact the Twin Rivers Curling Club at 306-937-2431 or check out our website at or Twin Rivers Curling Club facebook page.


Special Interest

The Spiderman Car


North Battleford, SK S9A 2Y1

President - Don Hydukewich - 306-441-7638

Treasurer - Hugh Martin - 306-445-8800

Secretary - Sharlene Martin - 306-445-8800

The Pioneer Association

The pioneer association began in 1955 and has been active ever since. It owns a small but very well equipped hall at 792-101st. St. (south railway ave).

Members are 50 years of age and over. The annual membership fee is $10.00 per person. On the 4th wednesday of each month there is a potluck supper and dance with live local music. Jam sessions are held the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month All musicians are welcome to come sing and play. EVERYONE is welcome to come listen, dance or visit. Potluck snacks, coffee,and tea are available. Donations accepted at the door.

The regular general meeting is held in the hall the 3rd Wednesday of each month @ 7:00 P.M.

Northwest Hockey Development Association

The NWHDA is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting hockey in The Battlefords.

Our main function for raising money to promote hockey is the operation of the Civic Centre concession. All help in operating the concession is volunteer and these volunteers in turn receive funds for their various organizations. The major disbursement is the Jr.A North Stars with funds also going to the Midget AAA North Stars, The NWHDA also helps in sponsoring various hockey tournaments. The Northwest Hockey Development Association plays an integral part of the success of hockey in the Battlefords through their donations.

Contact: Northwest Hockey Development Association Box 218

The hall can be booked for adult birthday parties, anniversaries, showers, reunions, family Christmas, etc. at the discretion of the board. For booking inquiries contact Joan at 306-937-3386.


President- Dave Beyers - 306-441-3501

Vice President- Dennis Pidwerbesky -306-445-9850

Secretary- Gwenda Rondesvedt-306-445-8346

Treasurer- Joan Rice -306-937-3386

The Scene

(Formerly known as Battlefords Jazz Society Inc.)

The goal is to provide a venue for live music for residents of the Battlefords. We host at least four events annually where we bring in live musical entertainers in either a concert or cabaret style.


c/o Laird Brittin Box 1385 Battleford, SK S0M 0E0

Caleb Village is the perfect setting for an active, care-free lifestyle.


1802-106th St., North Battleford Ph: 306-445-2088 Email:

OFFERS: • Fun • Safety • Security • Great Neighbors CALEB VILLAGE Retirement Community C
All Out Graphics and Design in Battleford shared their love of classic cars with their 2nd Annual Truck and Car show, Sept. 18, 2022. | Photo by Miguel Fenrich

Special Interest & Recreation

Rivers’ Edge Quilters - The Battlefords

The Rivers’ Edge Quilt Guild was formed in September 2000 with 14 members and now has an active membership of nearly 40 quilters.

Activities include: monthly business meetings at the Don Ross Center craft room on the first Friday of every month September - May - day long sewing, usually Monday, Thursday and Friday, also at the craft room; retreats; classes taught by members at no charge; and projects for donation within the community.

On sewing days, members work on their own projects, take a class from another member, or work on a charity project. Nothing is compulsory, and members can attend as often or as little as they like. Our skill levels range from beginner to expert, and we are happy to help new quilters learn. There is a reasonable annual membership fee and all are welcome.

For further information, contact a member you know or executive members listed below.


President - Carol johnson - 306-445-4352 or 306-441-6260

Secretary - Heather Hochbaum - 306-445-6776

Rivers West District for Sport, Culture & Recreation Inc.

Rivers West District is a non-profit organization dedicated to facilitate and foster the development and delivery of sport, culture, recreation and leadership programs and services.


Rivers West District for Sport, Culture & Recreation - Facebook page @RiversWestDistr - Twitter account

Elected Officials if applicable: The current Board of Directors are: Chairperson – Arlene Southgate - Unity Vice Chairperson – Erin Poitras - Biggar

Treasurer – Jordan Schechtel - Battleford

Director – Ollie Marciniuk – Hafford

Director - Erin Munn - North Battleford

Director – Crystal Imrie – Kyle

Director – Lisa Watson - Elrose


Donna Johnston-Genest , Executive Director

Rivers West District - Rosetown Office – Head Office

P.O. Box 1480

RM #45 - 1005 Main Street (Rosetown & District Civic Centre)

Rosetown, SK S0L 2V0

Phone - 306-882-3030

Email -

Cynthia Tymoruski, Community Development Coordinator

Rivers West District - North Battleford Office

P.O. Box 822

RM #95 - 891 - 99th Street

Don Ross Centre

North Battleford, SK S9A 2Z3

Phone - 306-446-6776

Fax - 306-446-7172

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Bonnie Mills Midgley, Community Development Coordinator

Rivers West District - Frenchman Butte Office P.O. Box 717 St. Walburg, SK S0M 2T0

Phone or Text - 306-344-7473

Email -

Antje Rongve

Cell - 306-480-9875

Rivers West District - North Battleford Office

P.O. Box 822

Room #95 - 891 - 99th Street, Don Ross Centre North Battleford, SK S9A 2Z3

PORTA BELLA Restaurant & Bar ExpressLunch $ 95 306-937-3785 2491-99th St. North Battleford 306.937.3785 WHERE FRIENDS & FAMILY MEET! Call 306-446-2442 or order on line Delivery in the Battlefords 103-1501 100th Street North Battleford chic_shabby_florals

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Phone - 306-446-6776

Fax - 306-446-7172

Email -

Cheryl Clarke, Administrative Assistant Rivers West District – Rosetown Office P.O. Box 1480

RM #45 - 1005 Main Street (Rosetown & District Civic Centre) Rosetown, SK S0L 2V0

Phone - 306-882-3030

Fax - 306-882-2744

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Royal Canadian Air Cadets No. 43 Squadron

The goal of the Air Cadet movement is to encourage youth to become better citizens, and to promote an interest in aviation and aerospace industries.

Weekly training includes citizenship, drill, sports, biathlon, marksmanship, target shooting and curling, with classroom instruction on flying, navigation, airframes, meteorology, aero engines and air radio.

Weekend activities include survival training, map and compass orientation, sports weekends, citizenship tours and the central theme of Air Cadets: flying and gliding.

Youth aged 14 to 24 have the opportunity to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Program, with cadets aged 14 to 18 are able to complete most of the tasks through the squadrons training program.

Cadets are also given the opportunity to attend summer camps at various locations in Canada which include Drill and Ceremonial courses,Technical Training (electronics, airframes, aero engines),Airport Operations, Flying and Gliding to a license standard, and International Exchange to the U.S.A., Europe and Australia if qualified and are chosen.

43 Squadron meets every Wednesday evening at 6:15 p.m. at 792111th Street, North Battleford from September - June. The program is open to boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 18 inclusive. The program has no registration fees and training and uniforms are provided. Parents are asked to assist with fundraising to keep the cost down so that all youth have equal opportunity to become a part of a program meant to develop youth to grow and become the leaders of tomorrow.

Contact: Capt. Joyce Ptolemy Box 566 North Battleford, SK S9A 2Y7 Email -

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Special Interest & Recreation

Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum Assoc.

Canada’s Biggest Bat is located at the Museum 292 - 22nd Street West, Battleford, SK

The Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum Association’s purpose is to collect, preserve, research, house, exhibit and interpret objects and written materials, that best illustrate the history of Baseball in Saskatchewan from 1879 to the present.

As well, the Baseball Hall of Fame annually honours and inducts those that contributed to our rich baseball heritage.


Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum

292 - 22nd Street West Box 1388, Battleford, SK S0M 0E0

Phone - 306-446-1983

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2nd North Battleford Scouting Group

Scouts Canada Programs for all youth and young adults (ages 5-26) Volunteers (ages 18+)

Welcome to Scouting, the perfect place for kids to be kids. Here, memories are made, and friendships are forged through countless campfires, hikes, and overnight camps. It’s a place where youth gain leadership skills by leading their peers on meaningful adventures in nature. Through our youth-led programming, Scouts pave their own path

to outdoor adventure and fun by setting their own goals, creating organized plans to achieve these goals, and collectively reflecting on their experiences and personal development. Youth leadership is one of the many ways that the Scouts Canada program helps youth develop into critical thinkers and team players, better prepared for success in the world.

Along the way, youth are surrounded by committed and passionate Scouters who create a safe and inclusive environment for youth to discover the best in themselves. A Scout is confident, capable, and empowered to create meaningful contributions to creating a better world. Scouts is the start of something great. Join today!


For more information, please call or email:

Group Commissioner - Sarah Thompson

Phone - 306-480-2182

Email –

Svoboda Dance Association and Festival

This organization offers Ukrainian dance instruction for young people in a variety of age groups. The annual festival, held each spring, offers dancers from throughout the region an opportunity to have their performances judged by a professional adjudicator, and to perform before large, appreciative audiences.

Dance instruction on Tuesdays. For Ages 3-18.

Contact: Svoboda Dancers

The North Battleford area is now home to Saskatchewan’s fourth mobile harm reduction van that will transport safer supplies to the community to save lives and help reduce the spread of sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections. At the official launch in June were: kneeling, Johann Engelke ,Director Primary Care-SHA; middle row, Ryan Domotor, MLA, Cut Knife-Turtleford; Jeremy Cockrill, MLA Battlefords, Minister of Highways; Amanda Maunula, outreach worker with Battlefords Family Health Centre; Everett Hindley, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions; Kent Lindgren, director of the Battlefords Family Health Centre and City of North Battleford councillor; Patricia Whitecalf Ironstand, executive director of BRT6HC, in the van, Leanne Thomas, peer outreach worker; Cymric Leask, HIV Project Co-ordinator, BFHC; Danielle Radchenko, Sexual Health Co-ordinator, SHA. | Photo by Andrea Stewart

Harm Reduction Van for the Battlefords

Special Interest & Recreation

President - Brett Sheppard

Svoboda Dance Festival

Presidents - Stacey Sieben -

Table Mountain Regional Park

Winter is Coming –Warm up with an action-packed day on the slopes! Table Mountain boasts a large, modern chalet with terrain available for every level of skier & rider. The 45 acres offer a wide variety of terrain from well groomed runs, to a challenging mogul run or the ever popular, terrain park. With State-of-the-Art snowmaking system;Table Mountain is able to provide outdoor “Winter Fun” from early December to the end of March.

Want to try skiing or snowboarding and you’re not sure where to start. Table Mountain offers a wide verity of ski and snowboard lessons/ holiday camps. Friendly rental shop staff will assist in getting you geared up and our CSIA and CASI certified instructors will show you the ropes!

Amenities Include:

• Two quad chair lifts and two magic carpets;

• Food services, licensed lounge;

• Private & Group Bookings;

• On Site Catering;

• 45+ acres of well-treed terrain which includes 40% easiest, 50% intermediate and 10% advanced runs;

• Beginner & Advanced Terrain Parks;

• Wide selection of ski & snowboard rental gear;

• A two-lane tubing park;

• Friday Night Skiing/Riding from 6:30-9:30, starting in January.

• Large Snow School offering a variety of programs, from small children to seniors – beginners to advanced

• School Programs designed for grades 4-12

• Pro Patrol emergency response service, supplemented by advanced first aid trained, volunteer members of the Canadian Ski Patrol.

Table Mountain is located 16km west of Battleford or 29km east of Cut Knife on Highway 40, then 9.5km north and west on grid road. Table Mountain can also be reached by turning off Highway 16 at Delmas and travelling 14.5km south.


Table Mountain Box 343, North Battleford, SK S9A 2Y3

Phone - 306-937-2920 Fax - 306-937-3688

Email - Web -


Social Dance Club Inc.

Do you like to dance, socialize or listen to live bands?...not tapes! If so, please join us at our Topline Dance Club dances. Dances are held the 4th Saturday of the month from September to June.

Effective January 1, 2020, our new location is the Denholm Hall, 20 km. east of the Battlefords on Hwy 16. A nice hardwood floor...and on ground level for easy access.

Dancing is from 8:00 p.m. - 12 midnight, then lunch served. Minimum age is 19, unless accompanied by parent or legal guardian.

Admission is members $10 and guests $12. Membership is $10 yearly. Dancing not your thing?...Come enjoy the music and socializing.

Remember...when the going gets tough... the tough go dancing!!!


Sharon - 306-446-0446

Leela - 306-445-7240

June - 306-937-2853

National Indigenous Peoples Day was celebrated June 21 in North Battleford with a traditional powwow held at the Western Development Museum. During the intra-tribal drumming sessions anyone could get up and dance along — and they did. There were also competitive classes for adults and children. | Photo by Jayne Foster

Indigenous Peoples Day Celebrated at WDM

Special Interest & Recreation

Western Development Museum

North Battleford

The WDM has been part of North Battleford and area for more than 70 years. Together, our staff and volunteers work towards our vision of a Saskatchewan where everyone belongs and histories matter.

Volunteers generously support many aspects of the WDM’s operations, both directly in the public eye and behind the scenes. Their passion and enthusiasm bring our Heritage Farm and Village to life, delighting kids with rides on our 1920s firetruck, crafting nails and other useful tools in the authentic blacksmith shop, and even baking delicious cookies in the woodstove of the McLaren Family Farmhouse. They also help care for our artifacts, like our fleet of operating automobiles, farming equipment and steam traction engines.

Contact us at 306-445-8033 to find out more about joining our volunteer community.

Contact: Erin Cooper Western Development Museum North Battleford Box 183 Highways 16 & 40 North Battleford, SK S9A 2Y1 Phone - 306-445-8033 Email -


Human Services & Health Organizations


Community Involvement Assoc. Saskatchewan Hospital Auxiliary (*help turn STIGMA around)

AMGITS* is a community volunteer organization, formed in 1986, dedicated to improving the quality of life for long-term mentally ill patients at the Saskatchewan Hospital.

They host family functions, and raise funds to provide equipment, decorate to individualize and humanize patients’ living areas, provide tickets for their recreation and help promote their education.

They also act as an advocacy group for individuals suffering from long term mental illness and participate in public awareness programs designed to reduce stigma.

Volunteers are much needed as club executives, committee members, fund-raisers and to assist with volunteer service events.


Co-Chairpersons - Mike Kramm 306-440-4128 Jennifer Cook 306-440-4241

Battlefords and Area Sexual Assault Centre 306-445-0055

We are a non-profit, charitable organization developed to serve the Battlefords & Area.

Free and confidential counselling services are provided to children, youth and adults who have been sexually abused/assaulted whether it be recent or in the past. Hospital accompaniment to provide support and information, as well as court orientation and support is available. BASAC also offers prevention and empowerment programs to schoolage children and youth as well as community education and awareness.

We obtain funding through private donations, grants, fundraising and the Ministry of Justice. A member agency of the United Way.


1211 - 98th Street North Battleford, SK S9A 0L8 Phone - 306-445-0055

Email -

Executive Director - Amber Stewart

BGC Battlefords

Opportunity Changes Everything!

BGC Battlefords is a non-profit agency created to provide for the recreational, cultural, educational and social needs of all children 5 - 14 years of age in our community.

We work to provide opportunities where children can socialize with one another in a safe and nurturing environment.

BGC Battlefords was established in November 1976 and has been serving our community ever since.

Hours of operation are: Monday to Friday - 3:30 8:30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturdays. We offer after-school, evening and weekend programming six days/ week encouraging nutrition, physical activity and of course, FUN! Supper Program is now offered Monday to Friday each week throughout the School Year. Come and join us for a delicious meal! Our programs run on a drop-in basis and are free of charge to all BGC members.

Annual membership fees are as low as $5/child with this, our members have access to our main site location and all programming offered at no cost.

Our members are welcomed in an environment built on our core values of: Belonging, Respect, Encouragement and Support, Working Together and Speaking out.

Our high quality staff work to build meaningful and lasting relationships with our members while ensuring a great time is had by all.

If you have any questions about our programming, volunteer/ employment opportunities, or are interested in donating to us, please come visit us at 1301 - 104th Street, North Battleford, SK or give us a call at 306-445-0002.

We look forward to meeting you!


1301 - 104th Street, North Battleford, SK S9A 1N9

Phone - 306-445-0002

Executive Director - Nicole Combres

Email -

KANAWEYIMIK CHILD & FAMILY SERVICES. INC. Family • Child • Individual Counselling Services 91 - 23rd Street West, Battleford, Saskatchewan Phone 306-445-3500 Toll Free 1-888-445-5262

Human Services & Health Organizations

Battlefords Concern for Youth

Battlefords Concern For Youth is a non-profit organization that has been serving the Battlefords since 1989. We are dedicated to providing outreach and support services to the youth of the Battlefords. The primary objective of our Outreach workers is to locate, interact, and connect with youth and make referrals to community agencies that can provide them with programs and services.

Check out our website for updates on programming, mentorship and referral froms. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to conatct us!


Office - 306-445-1020

Outreach - 306-441-6930

Email - or

Address - 1361 101st Street, North Battleford Box10002 North Battleford S9A 3P0 S9A 0Z9 Website -

Battlefords Empty Stocking Fund Battlefords District Food and Resource Centre (Food Bank)

The Empty Stocking Fund/Battlefords District Food & Resource Centre is a registered charity that exists in partnership with the community to provide emergency food from our food bank along with other services and programs. Our aim is to assist those affected by poverty in the Battlefords.

We uphold the principles of integrity, justice, charity, and compassion, and the dignity of human life.We realize that everyone will be in need at some time, and we commit ourselves to be there to serve.We continue to strive to understand and meet the needs of our donors and clients in the spirit of competence and compassion.

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We are a member of Food Banks of Saskatchewan and an affiliate member of Food Banks Canada and are regulated by the ethical codes of these associations.

Our programs include:

Food Bank: handing out emergency food hampers to those struggling with food insecurity

Christmas Hampers: giving Christmas food hampers and toys to families in need.

Food for Kids: giving food to elementary students from food insecure households, every Friday

Milk for Kids: providing fresh milk to families with children

Coats for Kids: the collection of winter clothing for children

Income Tax Preparation: free income tax service for low-income households

Plant a Row Grow a Row: encouraging gardeners in the community to grow a bit extra for the food bank

Fine Option Program: assist individuals with finding a community service opportunity

Warehouse Program: providing food to other charities and nonprofits in the community and surrounding area

Food Bank Hub: a place to store food for northern food banks to ease their burden finding transportation and storage

Location and office hours: 1171-101st Street North Battleford, SK

Office hours are Monday - Friday 8;30 am - 3:00 pm. Please use back door and ring the bell for donations and drop-offs.

Food Bank Hours are Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 11:30 am.

Contact information:

Erin Katerynych - Executive Director

Blake Feist - Food Bank Manager

Telephone: 306- 937-5505 Fax: 306 - 937-7063

E-mail: Website:

Mailing address:

Empty Stocking Fund Box 657 North Battleford, SK S9A 2Y7

Pamela Connor

AACI, P.App, BComm (Dist.)

Partner & Senior Appraiser

Battleford, SK 306-446-1222

Suite 2 2062 - 100th St., North Battleford 306-445-1488

Human Services & Health Organizations

Battlefords Early Childhood Intervention Program

The Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP) is a province-wide network of home and community based services provided to families with children from birth to school-age who experience or are at risk for developmental delays. ECIP’s work to enhance child development, support families, and enhance community connections.

ECIP organizations share the vision that,“All families have the capacity to meet the developmental needs of their children within the community of their choice.”

Children who are involved with ECIP’s are often delayed in reaching age-appropriate, developmental milestones such as walking, talking, eating, playing or interacting socially. Early Interventionists make referrals to an Early Childhood Psychologist, Speech Pathologist, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist and others when necessary. Staff begin by building relationships with families and assist them in working toward mutually-identified goals for their children.

Join us for ECIP Week September 11th - 17th in recognizing the over 3000 families/children that have been served. Check our Facebook page for more information, including our staff and events that are hosted.

Referrals or inquiries can be directed to the BECIP office at: Box 1297 - 891 - 99th St., 2nd Floor, North Battleford, SK S9A 3L8 Phone 306-446-4545 Fax - 306-446-0575

Contact: Executive Director - Colleen Sabraw email:

Battlefords Immigration Resource Centre

Battlefords Immigration Resource Centre is a one stop welcoming centre which supplies information, resources and all supports to enable newcomers to experience a fulfilling and inclusive settlement in our area. Our service area covers communities from Meadow Lake down to Kindersley. We offer a computer lab and printing, community connections, interpreters, (SWIS) Settlement Workers in Schools, all settlement services as well as immigration information, community resources and referrals, Temporary Foreign Worker Program, Employment Recovery Work Experience Project and more.

We are located at 761C - 106th Street and Railway Avenue, North Battleford, SK S9A 1V9.

Contact: Phone - 306-446-0622 Fax - 306-446-0623

Toll Free inside Saskatchewan - 1-877-494-0622 Email -

Battlefords Interval House

Battlefords Interval House provides short-term emergency shelter services to women, with or without their accompanying children, who are leaving circumstances of violence and abuse.

Services include crisis support, education, and referrals to various community agencies and organizations.

As a safe shelter with support, women are enabled to make decisions about their future and gain increased knowledge in personal growth and independence.

Services offered include:

24-hour crisis line, 7 days per week

safe accommodation

crisis support

referral to services and advocacy where appropriate i.e. assistance in locating housing

educational materials (abuse, budgeting, parenting, etc.)

follow-up services

essential transportation

child care


Battlefords Interval House

2092 102nd St North Battleford, SK S9A 1H7 (306) 445-2742

10020 Thatcher Avenue North Battleford 306-445-3757 Dr. Shawn Haas Dr. Sheri-lyn Berry Dr. Dominique Mannix Dr. Dana Tkatchuk

Human Services & Health Organizations

Battlefords Residential Services Inc.

Battlefords Residential Services Inc. is a non-profit corporation which provides residential and support services in the Battlefords for individuals with intellectual and/or physical disabilities. BRSI is a registered charity.

Mission Statement - We provide residential and support services for individuals with intellectual disabilities building happy and rewarding lives. Vision Statement - Opening Minds. Opening Doors. Creating Opportunities.

The services offered include:

Six group homes:

Arlene Perkin Manor - 1751 - 102nd Street

Laurentian House - 1607 St. Laurent Drive

Kildeer Manor - 2421 Kildeer Drive

Johanna’s Home - 2119 - 101st Street

Meadow Manor - 1731 - 102nd Street

Yvonne’s Home - 2431 Kildeer Drive

• Supported Living Program

• Day Program.


Battlefords Residential Services Inc. Box 751, North Battleford, SK S9A 2Y9

Phone - 306-446-8830 E-mail -

Battlefords Right to Life Corporation

This organization is a non-sectarian, non-profit, educational organization formed to promote respect for all human life, from conception to natural death. When the right to life is disregarded, all human rights are jeopardized.

Meetings are held as needed and everyone is welcome.


For membership or further information contact 306-441-7558

President - Jim McLane

Vice-President - Maureen McLane Secretary - Maureen Hudec Treasurer - Leo Nachtegaele


BTEC is a registered non-profit organization providing activities and services for individuals with disabilities assisting them in their pursuit of happiness and quality of life.



801 - 105th Street

North Battleford, SK S9A 1R3

Phone - 306-445-6141 Fax - 306-445-0686

Contact Person

Mona Leece, Executive Director

Battlefords Union Hospital Foundation Inc.

Battlefords Union Hospital (BUH) Foundation is a public foundation (April, 1992) operating independently of other healthcare organizations and contributing towards the funding of capital, non-capital equipment and staff education at BUH and Battlefords Region Home Care (BRHC). BUH Foundation is dedicated to enriching patient care at BUH and BRHC through responsible stewardship of community contributions and volunteer resources. Every year six major fundraisers are held. The Monthly Lottery tickets go on sale in February and the draws run through the year, totalling $50,000; the On Air for Healthcare Radio-thon is in partnership with the local radio stations and is live, on air from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the main lobby of BUH, it is an exciting fun filled day held in May to raise funds for the Foundation’s annual capital campaign; Wayne Pruden Memorial Golf Tournament takes place the first Monday of June and is dedicated to Wayne Pruden, who was an outstanding volunteer and resident of The Battlefords; $100,000 Cash Lottery runs from August to November and awards numerous cash prizes to the lucky winners; Ladies’ Night is held in April, which is a spectacular event for the women of The Battlefords and surrounding communities; Festival of Trees, which is held the beginning of December, is an event with beautifully decorated trees and Christmas items and host a Formal Evening, Family Day, and Christmas High Tea.

For further information about BUH Foundation, fundraising activities, or volunteer opportunities, please visit us at our website


Leanne Ducommun - Executive Director

1092-107th Street

P.O. Box 1358

North Battleford, SK S9A 3L8

Phone: 306-446-6652

Email –

Eternal Memories Funeral Service and Crematorium 2691 - 98th St., North Battleford (306) 445-7570 24 hours 1332 - 100th St. North Battleford (306) 446-4200 24 hours Trevor Watts - Owner/Director Family Owned ~ Family Focused

Pumpkin Festival

2022-2023 Human Services & Health Organizations SHOPPER’S DRUG MART • Medication Reviews • Compliance Packaging • Flu Shots Available At the Pharmacy 11412 Railway Ave E, North Battleford, SK Phone 306-445-6253 For All Your Lifting Needs With branches in North Battleford, Prince Albert and Saskatoon Call Toll Free 1-877-564-0088 Midwest Food Resources held their first Fall Pumpkin Festival Sunday, Sept. 19, and hope the event will return again next year. | Photo by Miguel Fenrich

Human Services & Health Organizations

Battlefords Victim Services Inc. “A Voice For Victims”

Battlefords Victim Services Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization that provides services to victims of crime and other tragedy, and can help by:

• assisting with crisis intervention;

• providing court preparation and accompaniment;

• providing referrals for counselling, safe shelter and support groups

• providing information about a client’s file

• assisting with completing victim impact statements, victim compensation and/or restitution forms.

Battlefords Victim Services Inc. is located in the Battlefords RCMP detachment, and is a partner in the RCMP’s commitment to communitybased policing. Volunteers are an important component of the service the office provides. Victims are served by people they can trust and count on for support, information, and referrals.Volunteers are required to complete RCMP security clearance. Required training is provided. Volunteer applications can be picked up at the Battlefords RCMP detachment.

Contact: Phone - 306-446-1550

Email -


Battle River Treaty 6 Health Centre Inc.

Engaged and Wholistic Communities

Our Purpose

BRT6HC builds engaged and wholistic communities through:

• Client focused and family centered care

• Honouring traditional values: and

• Promoting and supporting the wholistic health of people living in our member communities.

“Proudly serving Sweetgrass First Nation, Little Pine First Nation, Poundmaker Cree Nation and Lucky Man Fist Nation.”


Battle River Treaty 6 Health Centre Inc. P.O. Box 1658, 2nd Floor, 1192 - 101st Street North Battleford, SK S9A 3W2

Phone - 306-937-6700 Fax - 306-445-8355

Email -

Find us on facebook

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Battlefords

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Battlefords supports and coordinates mentoring opportunities in our community that engage, encourage, and empower youth. A consistent mentoring relationship with a supportive adult has been proven to increase self-confidence, promote community and educational engagement, role model positive peer interactions, and decrease negative behaviours. Matches are available in our traditional Big-Little community matches, through our In School Mentoring program, and within various group mentoring opportunities. Events and special occasions for youth, their families, and volunteers are hosted by

B LACK P EPPER THE FINEST EAST INDIAN CUSINE 2001-100th St, North Battleford 306-446-4600 Lunch Specials - Open Late Thursday, Friday and Saturday NEW Friday & Saturday, Supper Buffet - 5 pm till 8 pm. 306-441-1149 1922A - 100 ST. North Battleford Open: Tuesdays - Saturdays

Human Services & Health Organizations

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Battlefords throughout the year. Our Signature Fundraisers include: Wine Survivor (Spring), Beer Survivor (Summer), Wiffle Weekend (Spring), Bowl for Kids Sake (Spring), and “Choose Your Own Adventrue” WestJet voucher raffle (Winter). Contact us to find out how you can help Ignite Potential in youth in our community and be a part of the Mentoring Matters movement in the Battlefords.

Contact: Program Coordinator - Renee Sperling Office - 703 - 1101 - 101st Street (RBC Tower) North Battleford, SK S9A 0Z5 Phone - 306-445-7845 Cell - 306-992-4382 Fax - 306-446-6321 Website - Email -

Stepping Out

Canadian Blood Services

Because it costs nothing yet means so much. Because you’re the type to save a life.

To donate or volunteer call Canadian Blood Services. Blood. It’s in you to give.


Toll Free Line - 1-888-2 DONATE (1-888-236-6283)

Website address -

Canadian Cancer Society

Members of the Battlefords North Stars were among the many men who participated in Walk a Mile in her Shoes May 19, 2022, an annual fundraiser for the Battlefords and Area Sexual Assault Centre. | Battlefords and Area Sexual Assault Centre Facebook photo

The Canadian Cancer Society is a national organization of staff and volunteers whose mission is to improve the lives of all those affected by cancer through world-class research, tranformative advocacy and compassionate support.

Support for people living with cancer: Call 1-888-939-3333 to speak with an information specialist about cancer or cancer prevention, or visit our website at

Find support in your community: Visit to find meaningful connections and local support service information. Join a community of cancer survivors and caregivers who have been there, from cancer diagnosis to the challenges of living with cancer.


Human Services & Health Organizations

Canadian Mental Health Association Battlefords

lived experience the opportunity to connect with peers to support their wellness and recovery journey. Service includes group meetings and one to one peer support. For more information about this program or to connect with this service please contact our office.

Living Well Learning Center, a recovery college model, launched in the fall of 2021. Courses are free and everyone is welcome. Our center’s learning environment is empowering and supportive and the knowledge is practical. Course curriculum is unique: developed by subject experts and mental health professionals, working together with people who have their own personal experience in mental health recovery. Classes are available both virtually and in person.

Office hours are Weekdays 8:30 a.m. – 4:45 p.m. (Closed all Statutory Holidays, weekends and every second Friday).

We are an autonomous non profit organization supporting persons living with mental health problems/illness/addiction, their families, friends and caregivers. CMHA Battlefords Branch is one of nine branches in Saskatchewan providing direct services, education and mental health/illness community awareness to reduce stigma and emphasize the importance of everyone’s mental health. Membership is open to all.

Our Programs:

Vocational Therapy develops work and life skills by employing teams of individuals working in the community. Our crews perform residential and business services (snow removal, lawn mowing, flyer deliveries) as well as janitorial services, housekeeping and seasonal management of David Laird Campground. Several individuals are employed in our office in reception, cleaning and coffee/snacks/meals preparation.

Recreation offers members activities that encourage socialization. A monthly calendar details events such as dances, special events, day trips and summer programs that are either free or at a small cost. Activities are scheduled four evenings/week in addition to weekend events and a 5-day summer tour.

Wellness is a day program offered twice/week and incorporates land based learning and cultural awareness. Lessons teaching our members about their bodies, minds and spirit are presented in ways that are fun and engaging. Other day programs include Seniors, cultural activities and creative art/writing opportunities.

Peer Support, a recovery focused program, provides persons with

Our Vision

To have all residents of Rivers West District live healthy, active lifestyles through community access to and participation in diverse sport, culture and recreation opportunities.

Contact: Jane Zielke de Montbrun – Executive Director

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Battlefords Branch 1602 103rd Street, North Battleford, SK S9A 1 L7

Office: 306.446.7177 Fax: 306.445.7050



A Week of Winter

As part of Wintertainment, a week of activities during the February 2022 school break in North Battleford, artist Patricia Leguen of Saskatoon created the snow sculpture Every Child Matters on the grounds of the Allen Sapp Gallery. The previous year, Leguen created The Mighty Bison. Leguen is one of Canada’s most famous sand, snow and ice sculptors. Other activities took place at the aquatic centre, the fieldhouse and the Don Ross Centre | Facebook photo


Human Services & Health Organizations

Canadian Red Cross

The Canadian Red Cross Society is a non-profit humanitarian organization dedicated to improving the situation of the most vulnerable in Canada and throughout the world We provide a wide range of assistance to millions of people in Canada through injury prevention services (such as water safety and first aid), violence and abuse prevention education, and by responding to and preparing for disasters.We also help the world’s most vulnerable populations, including victims of armed conflict and communities destroyed by devastating disasters, through our international programs.

The Canadian Red Cross provides programs and services to communities in all provinces and territories across Canada, including The Battlefords.

To learn more about the programs and services or to become involved in your area, contact your regional office at 306-821-6683 or visit

Catholic Family Services of the Battlefords

Catholic Family Services provides individual, couple and family counselling and group programming, school based counselling, in home support for families to stay safe and healthy, skill development training for youth in transition to adulthood, and support for people with diverse cognitive abilities to live independently. We serve the people of Northwest Saskatchewan regardless of religious affiliation or economic situation. Our purpose is to be open to all, empowering individuals and families to achieve their full potential in spirit, mind and body.

Contact: Kim Morrison, PHD, CPA, CA Executive Director Phone - (306) 445-6960 Fax - 306-445-0434 Email –

Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Closed through Noon #101 - 1272 - 101st Street North Battleford, SK S9A 0Z8

Centre éducatif Les petits pingouins (CEPP)

Mission statement:

The Centre éducatif Les petits pingouins child care centre seeks to give every child the feeling of belonging and well-being, as would be found in a loving home. It strives to offer a rich francophone environment where children can flourish at every level in the French language and culture. We also provide before and after school program for school age children.

The CEPP is a licenced child care centre run by a volunteer parent board. It is located within École Père Mercure at 1881 - 99 Street, North Battleford. Registration is open to children of 18 months to 12 years of age.

Please call 306-445-4010 for more information.

Centre Francophone des Battleford

The Centre francophone is made up of energetic and proud people involved in their community whose main objective is to promote and enhance French language and culture in the Battlefords.

The Centre francophone offers a wide array of activities and services in French to everyone interested in French language experiences.

There is something different happening each week. Everyone is welcome. For further information, please contact the below number or find the Facebook page :Centre francophone des Battleford. Le Centre francophone des Battleford regroupe des gens énergétiques et fiers qui s’impliquent dans leur communauté dont l’objectif principal est de promouvoir et d’enrichir la langue et la culture françaises dans les Battleford.

Le Centre francophone des Battleford offre une variété d’activités et de services en français pour tous ceux qui veulent vivre des expériences en français.

Il y a du nouveau chaque semaine et tous sont bienvenus. Pour de plus amples renseignements, vous pouvez contacter le numéro de téléphone ci-dessus d’informations se trouve également sur la page Facebook :Centre francophone des Battleford.



Centre francophone des Battleford

Email -

Phone - 306-445-6436

891 - 99th Street

North Battleford

Mailing Address:

1881, 99th Street, North Battleford, SK

Facebook - Centre Franco Battleford

FAMILY SERVICES OF THE BATTLEFORDS INC. A community where every person can reach their full potential #101 1272-101st Street, North Battleford, SK S9A 0Z8 (306) 445-6960

Human Services & Health Organizations

Citizens on Patrol Program

The Citizens on Patrol Program (COPP) is a group of volunteers who work in conjunction with local enforcement authorities in the Battlefords. Our mandate is to act as an extra set of “eyes” and “ears”, patrolling the streets in the City and Town. Patrols are made throughout the day, evening and night in an effort to keep our communities safe and free of criminal activities. If you are interested and have a few hours to spare each month, request a volunteer application at North Battleford City Hall or online at or, email:

École Père Mercure Conseil des écoles fransaskoises (CÉF)

Consider offering your child a French first language education thus ensuring they are fluently bilingual when they graduate from high school. École Père Mercure is a K-12 Francophone school in North Battleford – one of 16 schools in Saskatchewan’s Francophone school division: Conseil des écoles fransaskoises (CÉF). Our school offers Saskatchewan curriculum subject areas taught in French, while English Language Arts are taught in English. At École Père Mercure education is enriched with cultural, social and sports activities that allow students to develop a strong bilingual Francophone identity. Register now by calling 306-4452490 or visit our website at You may also call Conseil des écoles fransaskoises (CÉF) toll-free at 1-877-273-6661. Look us up on Facebook to see the wonderful learning activities students are engaged in at École Père Mercure: https://www.

École Père Mercure: 1881, 99e Street North Battleford, SK S9A 0R9

Tél - 306-445-2490

Edwards Society Inc.

Edwards Society Inc. (ESI) is a community-based organization. The primary function is to enhance the quality of life for persons with mental illness, so they may live in the community with greater selfreliance.

We offer family style group home living and supportive services to residents in their own homes. We teach daily living skills, life skills and offer support and guidance, providing quality of life while living as independently as possible.

Participants enter voluntarily into these programs and must be registered with Battlefords Mental Health Services.


Edward’s Society Inc. 11301 Clark Drive, North Battleford, SK S9A 3P4

Phone - 306-446-2706

Executive Director - Wendy Childerhose

Board Chairman - Kevan Migneault

GBS/CIDP Foundation of Canada

We support patients and families affected by Guillain Barré Syndrome, Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy and variants. Information and resources always available.

Online Support group meetings for the province are held 4 times a year.

Contact: Jason Kent - Phone - 306-250-8919 Email: visit us on facebook - GBS/CIDP Foundation of Canada Website:

Habitat for Humanity

- Battlefords Chapter

In November 2012, My First Home Inc. of the Battlefords signed an agreement to operate Habitat for Humanity - The Battlefords, under the umbrella of Habitat Saskatoon. Habitat Saskatoon serves as our mentor and provides full administrative support including sending out tax receipts. This allows the local committee and volunteers to focus on the home build itself.

Homes are built using volunteer labour and donated materials. Working families who are selected to receive a home must contribute 500 hours of “sweat equity” and enter into an affordable and sustainable, no-interest mortgage, held by Habitat Saskatoon.

Our first build was a duplex for two single parent families. It took two years to complete from the groundbreaking in 2015 to the families moving in during the summer of 2017.

We have been gifted a lot in Riverview for another build but before this can begin funds must be raised. We have dwindled to a committee of three and without more community members stepping forward to serve on the committee this build won’t happen.


Cathy Richardson 306-481-6583


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Kanaweyimik Child & Family Services Inc.

Kanaweyimik Child and Family Services Inc. was established in 1994 to provide child and family services for First Nation communities. Kanaweyimik currently serves the communities of Moosomin, Mosquito, Sweet Grass and Saulteaux First Nations. Most recently in 2014, Kanaweyimik started to provide prevention services for children and families in the Battlefords and surrounding areas.

Prevention Program

Kanaweyimik provides individual/family support provided by professional staff; community wide activities coordinated by Local Advisory Committees and supported by Activity Coordinator; youth intervention services to provide youth with opportunities to participate in healthy and cultural activities; and counselling/treatment provided through the Family Violence Program and Warrior Program.

Child Protection Program

This program is staffed with Family Service Workers that respond to reports of child abuse and/or neglect in the five First Nation communities. The Family Service workers are available during normal working hours. Emergency services are provided after hours and on weekends/holidays.

Emergency worker can be contacted by calling 306-445-3500

Urban Services Program

Kanaweyimik provides prevention services and emergency foster care for urban children and families. A unit of 3 workers provides these services to children and families living in the urban areas. We operate 2 emergency foster homes that take children on as needed basis after work hours, weekends and holidays. There are 4 beds in each home.

We also provide a visitation program for children in care of Social Services. Kanaweyimik coordinates visits for children in care and their families. This program has 3 staff and operates a duplex where visits occur in a home environment.

Family Violence prevention services are provided for individuals experiencing domestic violence. Weekly group sessions for men and women occur. This program also services the Battlefords Domestic Violence Treatment Option court.


Kanaweyimik Child & Family Services Inc. 91 - 23rd Street W. Battleford, SK S0M 0E0 Phone - 306-445-3500 Fax - 306-445-2533 Website -

Taking Note of Art

The Battlefords Art Club allows artists a chance to enjoy the camaraderie of other artists, learn new techniques, share ideas and exhibit their work. Pam Beaver the Battlefords Art Club displayed artwork at the marketplace in the Battleford Arena Aug. 26-29. | Photo submitted

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Living Water Ministry


Sunday Afternoon Service - 3:00 p.m.

Living Water also provides Wake and Funeral Services to all surrounding reservations and in the Battlefords.


Pastor Brian Arcand Pastor Anand George Cell - 306-441-9385 - Brian Fax - 306-445-4385

Light of Christ Catholic Schools

Light of Christ Catholic Schools is a strengths-based organization that operates seven schools in three communities in the Battlefords and area. Our schools offer a full range of Catholic faith-based Pre-K - Grade 12 programs (including French Immersion in two schools) in an atmosphere dedicated to educational and spiritual growth of our students.


Light of Christ Catholic Schools #16 10211 - 12th Avenue North Battleford, SK S9A 3X5 Phone - 306-445-6158 Fax - 306-445-3993

Cory Rideout, Director of Education

12th Avenue

Battleford, Saskatchewan

Living Sky School Division No. 202

Growth Without Limits, Learning For All

Living Sky School Division provides students in The Battlefords and surrounding communities access to a comprehensive education and a place where they feel they can truly belong. Proudly located on Treaty 6 Territory, the division has 28 schools across 18 communities. We have Pre K-12 schools, elementary schools and high schools including three Hutterian Schools, a Catholic School, two Associate Christian Schools, and a Virtual School.We have a staff of around 850 employees who serve over 5300 students.

As a public school division, we promise an intellectually welcoming environment that celebrates diversity of ethnicity, culture, thought and vision. We are joined by a central purpose – the sharing and deepening of knowledge and opportunity for the betterment of our communities, Canada and the world. We strive to graduate well-rounded individuals with high potential for success and leadership.


Living Sky School Division No. 202 509 Pioneer Avenue, North Battleford, SK S9A 4A5

Phone - 306-937-7702

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Food Resources

Working with our community toward healthy food for all.

Fresh food box order the first and third Thursday of each month $10.00 or $15.00 boxes available with a newsletter about the contents. Pick up the second and fourth Thursday of each month.

Collective cooking programs throughout the month.

Phone to join.

Meets twice a month - once to plan and once to cook. Get together with a small group of people to prepare several meals to take home.

Collective cooking $4.00 per family member. Community Garden, space available Kids in the Kitchen weekly for 4 weeks throughout the year Community Development

Contact: Executive DirectorVesna Fa North Battleford306-446-2684


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Ministry of Social Services

This Provincial Government Ministry provides financial help in situations of need. Reports of child abuse and neglect are investigated and services are extended to families to help alleviate the problems. Foster homes and adoption homes are developed for children requiring alternate placement.


Social Services - Child & Family Services

300-1146-102nd Street

North Battleford, SK S9A 1E9

Phone - 306-446-7705

Toll Free - 1-877-993-9911

Social Services - Income Assistance

300-1146-102nd Street

North Battleford, SK S9A 1E9

Phone - 306-446-7705

Toll Free - 1-877-993-9911

Social Services - Community Living Division

300-1146-102nd Street

North Battleford, SK S9A 1E9

Phone - 306-446-7705

Toll Free - 1-877-993-9911

North Battleford Early Learning Centre

North Battleford Early Learning Centre is a licensed subsidized child care facility. The center is licensed for children 18 months to 12 years of age. There is daily programming guided by the play and exploration curriculum to help children learn and grow developmentally. Two nutritious snacks and a nutritious lunch are provided daily.


Haley Dubrule - Director

North Battleford Early Learning Centre

9301 - 19th Ave, North Battleford, SK, S9A 3N5

Phone - 306-445-4312 Fax - 306-445-4350

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Battlefords Humane Society director Michelle Spark,treasurer Laurel Fauth, philanthropist Barb Heno and president Dave Gubbe at the site of the planned new facility. The ground-breaking for the first phase, a “Doggy Daycare” boarding and grooming facility, took place in May 2022. | Battlefords News-Optimist photo by Kyle M. Anderson.

Phase One for Humane Society FOR DELIVERY SPECIALS VISIT WWW.PIZZADEPOT.CA 306-937-9711 #1, 1462 100th Street, North Battleford NOW OPEN

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Northwest Community Futures Development Corporation

Community Futures provides advice, support and loans to help entrepreneurs build successful businesses that will have positive impact on rural communities.

• Advisory Services and Self-Employment Programs

• Financial programs for assistance

• Community Economic Development

• Day offices, business lounge and boardroom rentals in The Executive Building with WiFi and web conferencing technology

Contact: Phone - 306-446-3200 Toll free - 1-877-446-2332 Email - Website -

Playtime Co-operative Childcare

This non-profit parent co-operative is licensed to provide childcare services for 73 children aged six weeks to 12 years. The centre is open 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Playtime Childcare provides full-time, part-time and drop-in childcare services.

Arrangements can be made for school age children up to 12 years of age to come for noon lunch as well as before and after school.

Daily, pre-kindergarten skills are learned. All activities are designed with each individual child’s needs in mind. We do this by combining a learn through play and informal instruction philosophy. Programming is developed and implemented by staff trained in Early Childhood Education.

Children with special needs are integrated within the center and individual programs designed specifically for each child allow them to participate in all areas.

A hot lunch and two snacks are provided each day.

All families, regardless of income, receive reduced childcare fees.

Contact: Judy Schaffer - Director 251- 21st Street West, Battleford, SK Phone - 306-937-3184

Prairie Employment Program Inc.

Prairie Employment Program Inc. (1977) (PEP) is a non-profit community-based organization which is governed by a local board of directors. PEP’s mandate is to assist clients by establishing realistic employment goals, designing programs focused on substantial outcomes and providing follow-up services and support to ensure long-term success in the workforce.

Prairie Employment Program works with unemployed individuals eighteen and over who offer various skills and seek employment. Through the dynamics of one- to-one counselling and the Skills

Training Employability Plan (STEP) employment continuum, the agency provides services to facilitate career decision making, skills enhancement, employment preparation, work experience and work assessments.

Along the STEP stairway, the agency offers an array of employment support through the CAPACITIES Project, which assists persons with disabilities and multi-barriers in participating as fully as possible in the labour market. The ultimate goal is that persons with disabilities enjoy increased economic independence with enhanced well-being in the Battlefords and region. Given the all-important societal goal, Prairie Employment Program is strongly committed to assisting people who are experiencing serious difficulty obtaining and maintaining employment.

Employers will be interested in knowing that employment supports, including job coaching and wage subsidies, are available. Moreover, PEP also offers a fee-for-service program including resume preparation, resume typing, cover letters, document typing, faxing and photocopying. Since 1977, 13,639 individuals from the Battlefords and rural areas have accessed service and support.


Kathy Wickstrand, Executive Director

1371 B -100 Street, North Battleford, SK

Phone: 306-445-6404 Fax: 306-445-6414

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Battlefords Detachment


1052 - 101st Street

North Battleford, SK S9A 0Z3

Phone - 306-446-1720

Fax - 306-446-1738


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St. John Training Centre North Battleford

Mission Statement:

To enable Canadians to improve their health, safety and quality of life by providing training and community service. We carry out our mission through community service, first aid and CPR training.

We provide high quality training by knowledgeable and experienced

instructors in First Aid/CPR/AED, Babysitting, Pet First Aid, Personal Care Worker, Food Safe, Home Alone, Medical First Responder and Instructor Develoment courses.

St. John Ambulance also carries all your first aid supply needseverything from bandages to Automated External Defibrillators. During our courses, students receive a 10% discount when they purchase first aid kits and/or CPR barrier devices.

St. John has Volunteer Medical First Responder Units that provide first aid coverage and support services at public events where our presence is requested. To apply to be a MFR volunteer, you must have a current SJA Standard First Aid/CPR C/AED certificate; as well you would need to have a criminal record check done and two references. Once

Discover Scuba

The Battlefords Scuba Community hosting a unique Discover Scuba session in 2022, when local celebrities joined in for a joint lesson. Here they are ready to go. It was a way of saying thank you for the support and for making more people aware of scuba diving and training opportunities in the area. The Discover Scuba program is a non-certification course that introduces the non-diver to the world of scuba in a safe and supervised way. | Photo courtesy of the Battlefords Scuba Community


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approved, we ask you to commit 60 hours of service and training within our community. Medical First Responder training would be provided for you as well as on-going training. We always have room for more volunteers.

St. John also has a Volunteer Therapy Dog Program. The Therapy Dog Program is founded upon the belief in the therapeutic benefits of volunteers from the community sharing their dogs with people who are unable to keep a dog of their own. Typical assignments include long term and palliative care facilities, hospitals and schools. During the visit, the dog offers unconditional love and friendship to the sick, the lonely and the helpless. The handler also plays a key role by providing an opportunity for interaction with the visited. Visit for more details.

Contact: St. John Training Centre 301 Central Ave. Saskatoon SK S7N 2E9

Phone - 306-343-0041

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Saskatchewan Health Authority

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) launched on December 4, 2017, transitioning 12 former regional health authorities including the former Prairie North Health Region to a single provincial health authority.

The SHA is the largest organization in Saskatchewan, employing over 44,000 employees and physicians responsible for the delivery of high quality and timely health care for the entire province.

We are driven by the commitment to improve front line patient care for Saskatchewan people, and we are working together to better coordinate health services across the province to ensure that patients receive high quality, timely health care, wherever they live in Saskatchewan.

Establishing one provincial approach to plan and deliver health-care services will break down geographic boundaries and service silos, to provide more consistent and coordinated health-care services across the province.

The work to unify the health system under a single organization and coordinate system-wide transformation, for the benefit of people working in the system and those that use it, is a multi-year journey in collaboration with patients, health-care providers and partners across the health system.


Battlefords Union Hospital

Battlefords Union Hospital (BUH) is an 88-bed facility (including the 22-bed acute mental health inpatient unit) that delivers a broad range of regional acute care services including: 24-hour emergency service; intensive care; medical (adult & pediatric), surgical, and obstetrical/ gynecological care; women’s health and birthing services; laboratory,

diagnostic imaging (x-ray, ultrasound, mammography, and CT ), pharmacy, and dietary services; palliative care; renal dialysis service; inpatient acute psychiatric care; physiotherapy, occupational therapy and respiratory therapy services; cardiac stress testing; specialist outpatient clinics; discharge planning services; chemotherapy outreach program and First Nation liaison services.


Battlefords Union Hospital 1092 – 107 Street North Battleford, SK S9A 1Z1

Phone: 306-446-6600

Maidstone Health Complex

Maidstone Health Complex serves acute care patients with 11 acute care beds, physician services and 24-hour nursing. Laboratory and x-ray services are available on site. Minor treatment and urgent care is available for patients 24/7 by a combination of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and primary care paramedics, with support from a local primary care physician or STARS physician.


Maidstone Health Complex 214 – 5 Avenue East Maidstone, SK S0M 1M0

Phone: 306-893-2622

Riverside Health Complex, Turtleford

Riverside Health Complex serves acute care patients with eight acute care beds, and access to 24-hour emergency services. A team of physicians and nurses serve patients, along with access to laboratory and diagnostic imaging services.


Riverside Health Complex 1st Street South Turtleford, SK S0M 2Y0

Phone: 306-845-2195

WPD Ambulance North Battleford

WPD Ambulance North Battleford provides advanced and basic pre-hospital emergency care to those who require medical assistance. WPD is staffed by a team of highly trained Advanced Care Paramedics and Primary Care Paramedics and is further enhanced by a network of trained First Responders.WPD is contracted by the Saskatchewan Health Authority to provide ambulance services for The Battlefords and area.


WPD Ambulance North Battleford Box 1298 North Battleford, SK S9A 3L8

Phone: 306-446-7307 (for information)

Cut Knife Ambulance

Cut Knife Ambulance is operated by the SHA and provides basic life


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support pre-hospital emergency care to those who require medical assistance. The service is staffed by dedicated and skilled Primary Care Paramedics. Together with Emergency Medical Responders and First Responders, they are prepared and equipped to serve and care for residents of their community and area.


Cut Knife Health Complex Box 220 Cut Knife, SK S0M 0N0

Phone: 306-398-2464 (for information only)

Maidstone Ambulance

Maidstone Ambulance Service is operated by the SHA and provides basic life support pre-hospital emergency care to those requiring medical assistance.


Maidstone Health Complex 214 – 5 Avenue East Maidstone, SK S0M 1M0

Phone: 306-893-2622 (for Information only)

WestMed Paramedic – St. Walburg

WestMed is a busy rural emergency medical service (EMS) located in St. Walburg. WestMed services six towns, three First Nations communities and numerous resort communities over a geographical area of 12,000 square kilometres.


WestMed Paramedic Box 129 St. Walburg, SK S0M 2T0 Phone: 306-248-3365


Battlefords District Care Centre (BDCC), Battleford

BDCC is a 117-bed long-term care facility including five shortterm non-acute care beds for respite, assessment, rehabilitation, and convalescent care; a 28-bed unit for residents with difficult to manage behaviours, and a 28-bed specialized dementia care unit. BDCC offers an extensive recreation program for its residents, along with physiotherapy and social work services.


Battlefords District Care Centre Box 69, Battleford, SK S0M 0E0

Phone: 306-446-6900

Cut Knife Health Complex, Cut Knife

A 28-bed long- term care facility with one respite bed and one palliative bed. Visiting physiotherapy and occupational therapy services are available, as well as recreation services for residents.


Facility Manager

Cut Knife Health Complex Box 220, Cut Knife, SK S0M 0N0

Phone: 306-398-2265

Lady Minto Health Care Center, Edam

An 18-bed integrated care facility with a community day program and Meals-On-Wheels service, visiting physiotherapy services and visiting public health nursing services. A physician clinic operates at LMHCC, along with laboratory and x-ray services. A Wellness Clinic is the last Wednesday of each month.


Lady Minto Health Care Center Box 330, Edam, SK S0M 0V0

Phone: 306-397-5560

Maidstone Health Complex

– Pine Island Lodge, Maidstone

The long-term care component of Maidstone Health Complex is known as Pine Island Lodge.The 26-bed unit provides medical and nursing care to residents, along with recreational and other services to maintain quality of life for those who call the facility their home.


Maidstone Health Complex 214 – 5Avenue East Maidstone, SK S0M 1M0

Phone: 306-893-2622

River Heights Lodge, North Battleford

A 97-bed long-term care facility providing specialized geriatric care to the elderly. One respite bed is available to provide relief for caregivers. Services include medical and nursing care along with recreation therapy, physiotherapy, occupational, speech and language, and respiratory therapies. A community adult day program is located at RHL.


River Heights Lodge 2001 - 99 Street

North Battleford, SK S9A 0S3 Phone: 306-446-6950

Riverside Health Complex, Turtleford

Riverside Health Complex is a community hospital with an attached 20-bed special care home. 1 palliate care bed and 2 rest beds. Services


We just wanted to remind you that our price match program hasn’t changed and if you find a cheaper price, simply show us and we will STILL match:

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Battlefords Home Care

include medical and nursing care, recreation, and others. Wellness clinic services are offered.


Riverside Health Complex Box 10, Turtleford, SK S0M 2Y0 Phone: 306-845-2195

St. Walburg Health Complex, St. Walburg

The St. Walburg Health Complex provides care and service to 30 long-term care residents. Services include nursing and recreation, among others.

Contact: St. Walburg Health Complex 410 – 3 Avenue West St. Walburg, SK S0M 2T0 Phone: 306-248-3355

Villa Pascal (Affiliate), North Battleford

A 38-bed long-term care facility providing nursing care and a variety of recreational services for the residents.Therapy assessment services are provided through the SHA in The Battlefords. Villa Pascal is owned and operated by Societé Joseph Breton and its board of directors.Villa Pascal operates through an affiliation agreement with the Health Authority.


Villa Pascal 1301 - 113 Street North Battleford, SK S9A 3K1

Phone: 306-445-8465

HOME CARE Battlefords

Home-based health care services are provided to maintain client independence. Services include assessment and care coordination, nursing, personal care, meal preparation, home management, caregiver respite, home maintenance, Meals-On-Wheels and Wellness Clinics.

Fourth Floor, Battlefords Union Hospital 1092 - 107 Street North Battleford, SK S9A 1Z1

Phone: 306-446-6445

MENTAL HEALTH & ADDICTION SERVICES Battlefords Mental Health Centre

Located at Battlefords Union Hospital, Battlefords Mental Health and Addiction Services offers confidential outpatient assessment, treatment, individual and couples counseling and group sessions for adults experiencing mental health and/or addictions issues. A 22-bed inpatient unit provides acute mental health care services.


Battlefords Mental Health Centre 1092 - 107 Street North Battleford, SK S9A 1Z1

Phone: 306-446-6500

Child and Youth Services

Located at the Don Ross Centre in North Battleford, Child and Youth Services offers confidential assessment, individual counseling, group and family therapy, and consultation for children and youth experiencing mental health and/or addictions issues.


Child & Youth Services

Don Ross Centre, 891 - 99 Street North Battleford, SK S9A 0N8

Phone: 306-446-6555

Saskatchewan Hospital

Saskatchew Hospital is a 188 bed Psychiatric Rehabilitation facility with an additional 96 secure Mental Health beds.

Comprehensive multidisciplinary programs are provided in the following service areas: Short term and extended Psychiatric Rehabilitation Service Areas, Forensic Service Area, Secure Service Area and Specialized Rehabilitation.

- 100th Street,

Battleford, SK.



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Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford Box 39 North Battleford, SK S9A 2X8

Phone: 306-440-4100


Population Health Services (also known as Community/Public Health Services) emphasizes early intervention, health education and health promotion/disease prevention. Services include communicable disease and infection control, public health inspection and environmental health, public health nursing, public health nutrition, dental health education, early childhood psychology, speech and language pathology, physiotherapy and occupational therapy. Autism services, travel clinics, lactation support, postnatal services, employee health and falls and injury prevention.


Primary Health Centre 11427 Railway Avenue, Frontier Centre North Battleford, SK S9A 3G8

Phone: 306-446-6400


Battlefords Family Health Centre

The Saskatchewan Health Authority partners with Battle River Treaty 6 for the provision of Primary Health Care services at Battlefords

Family Health Centre in downtown North Battleford. Services at the Health Centre are available to the whole community. Primary Health Care Services include those of two physicians and a nurse practitioner, diabetes prevention and education, mental health; KidsFirst; Circle of Learning and Sexual Health Clinic. The site is also the location of the Opioid Addiction Recovery Services (OARS) program.


Battlefords Family Health Centre Room 103, 1192 - 101 Street

North Battleford, SK S9A 0Z6

Phone: 306-937-6840

Primary Health Centre North Battleford

The Primary Health Centre is located at Frontier Centre (Mall) on North Battleford’s east side. The Primary Health Centre is home to three key services:

• Population Health Services (see previous section)

• Primary Health Services – North Battleford Medical Clinic

• Laboratory Service Centre

The PHC North Battleford Medical Clinic offers the services of physicians and nurse practitioners, all of whom practice medicine under the primary care model. Services are available by appointment. The Laboratory Service Centre which is co-located with Primary and Population Health Services in the Primary Health Centre is the main collection site in The Battlefords for blood and other specimens ordered by physicians from patients in the community. Electrocardiograph (ECG) service is also delivered at the site.


Primary Health Centre

11427 Railway Avenue, Frontier Centre (Mall) North Battleford, SK S9A 3G8

Phone: 306-446-6400

PHC North Battleford Medical Clinic Phone: 306-445-4415

Laboratory Service Centre Phone: 306-446-8650

#2B 11204 Railway Ave East (306) 445-5700 We offer Hearing Testing, Earwax Removal, Hearing Aid Sales and Service, Custom Hearing Protection, direct billing to NIHB,DVA,WCB and Supplementary Health.

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Twin City Medical Clinic – North Battleford

The Twin City Medical/Walk-In Clinic offers services of four physicians practicing under the Primary Health Care model. The site aims to improve access to primary care by offering booked and walk-in appointments.


Twin City Medical/Walk-In Clinic 1102 - 103 Street North Battleford, SK S9A 1K6

Phone: 306-445-8440

Cut Knife Medical Clinic/ Manitou Health Centre, Neilburg

Residents of the Cut Knife and Neilburg areas have access to a broad range of Primary Health Services including a nurse practitioner and visiting physicians; plus laboratory and dietitian services; chronic disease management; physical, occupational, and pediatric therapy services; speech-language pathology; public health nursing; home care, and mental health & addiction services.


Cut Knife Medical Clinic 306-398-2301 Manitou Health Centre 306-823-4262

Maidstone Primary Health Clinic

The Maidstone PHC is located in the Maidstone Health Complex and provides the services of physicians and a nurse practitioner, plus laboratory and dietitian services; chronic disease management; physical, occupational, and pediatric therapy services; speech-language pathology; public health nursing; home care, and mental health & addiction services.


Maidstone Primary Health Clinic 214-5 Avenue East Maidstone, SK S0M 1M0

Phone: 306-893-2689

Turtleford/Edam/St. Walburg/Glaslyn Primary Health Clinics

Primary Health Services are available in Turtleford, Edam and St. Walburg in clinics within the local health complexes/care centres. Services include those of physicians and nurse practitioner(s), plus laboratory and dietitian services; chronic disease management; physical, occupational, and pediatric therapy services; speech-language pathology; public health nursing; home care, and mental health & addiction services.

Contact: Turtleford 306-845-2277

Edam 306-397-2334

St. Walburg 306-248-3434

Glaslyn 306-342-2250


The Volunteer & Spiritual Services program serves as a resource for those who work with volunteers throughout our health facilities and programs. Volunteer & Spiritual Services coordinates volunteer-based programs at health services in The Battlefords and works in partnership to support Faith Communities, Auxiliaries and Foundations.


Battlefords Union Hospital 1092 – 107 Street

North Battleford, SK S9A 1Z1

Phone: 306-446-6892

The Gardiner Gazebo is a place where people can gather to appreciate Battleford’s scenic river valley, take a break along the walking path, and that they can enjoy for many years to come. Evelyn and Fred Gardiner and their family donated funds toward the gazebo as did several local businesses: | Photo courtesy of Town of Battleford Facebook.

Gardiner Gazebo a New Destination

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Working Toward New Building

A $50,000 cheque presentation by BATC CDC toward the new Territorial Youth Services building. The new building is being constructed right behind Territorial Alliance Church in North Battleford. Territorial Youth Services is a nongovernmental organization of the Department of Justice Young Offenders Branch and has been running since 1988. It is a restitution program to help young people complete their court-ordered restitution or community service, operating six days a week to help at-risk youth between the ages of 12 to 20. The program also helps provide life skills training and pre-employment training. Seen left to right, Perry Neufeld, Battleford Mayor Ames Leslie, Tracy Benson of BATC and North Battleford Mayor David Gillan. | News-Optimist photo by John Cairns

Territorial Youth Services

Territorial Youth Services is an organization designed to help troubled teens (ages 12-18) with situations and problems in their lives by providing support, direction, etc., to the specified need.

Our day work program provides a means whereby a youth can earn money to pay off fines or restitution through diversified work projects. At the same time youths are learning work skills, behaviour patterns and discipline which will help him or her in later life. In both programs there is an emphasis on life skills and recreation.


Territorial Youth Sevices

2302 Sadlowski Drive (formerly Clements Dr.) Box 1336

North Battleford, SK S9A 3L8 Office: 306-445-5208

Cel: 306-441-2556

SaskJobsCareer Services

SaskJobs- Career Services provides job searching, job matching, career planning, and job training services to Saskatchewan residents throughout the province. These supports are designed to develop and match the skills of Saskatchewan workers with the skills needed by Saskatchewan employers. Career development professionals across the province are ready to help. Contact us at 1-833-613-0485 or careerservices@gov. In addition, job seekers and employers can access provincial and national online job listings and services free of charge by visiting www.

The Battlefords Housing Authority

The Battlefords Housing Authority is a community based organization, on behalf of Saskatchewan Housing Corporation providing adequate, affordable and independent living in government subsidized moderate housing in The Battlefords and Cando area.We deliver housing programs and services that provide people with the greatest need access to housing units with the opportunity to improve their physical, emotional and economic well-being in the community.

Housing Units Managed:

• 353 Senior Social Housing units

• 276 Family Social Housing units


The Battlefords Housing Authority 831 - 104th Street

North Battleford, SK S9A 4B2

Phone - 306-445-4393

Fax - 306-446-1277

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Chairperson - Amber Stewart General Manager - Denis Lavertu



Chief Crystal Okemow, Lucky Man Cree Nation and chair of BRT6HC and Eerett Hindley, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, Seniors and Rural and Remote Health cut the ribbon for the official opening of the Rapid Access Addictions Medicine Clinic in North Battleford in June 2022. The clinic is a unique partnership between Saskatchewan Health Authority and Battle River Treaty 6 Health Care. It is the only clinic of its type that is operated with SHA and an Indigenous health agency. | Photo by Andrea Stewart


Meet A Machine

Kids sit in a combine. The Battlefords Early Years Family Resource Centre held a “Meet A Machine” literacy event for children zero to six and their families Saturday, Sept. 17. | Photo by Miguel Fenrich

Poundmaker Artifact Repatriated

Parks Canada representative Genevieve Jones presents Chief Poundmakers leadership staff to Pauline Poundmaker, his great-great-granddaughter at a ceremony at Fort Battleford. Pauline Poundmaker, the chief’s great-great-granddaughter stated, “Repatriation of sacred artifacts and objects is a spiritual journey and we would like to acknowledge Parks Canada for taking the lead in recognizing and understanding the significance of transferring ownership of Chief Poundmaker’s staff to our family.” | Photo by Kyle M. Anderson

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RAAM Clinic Officially Open

There were big smiles and little smiles all around June 17, 2022, as The Battlefords Early Years Family Resource Centre held its grand opening celebration. The bright spacious facility is located at Suite 1, 752-110 Street in North Battleford and assists families in the Battlefords area with babies and young children programming. “Today we are finally bringing everyone together to celebrate the beautiful space we made here in the Battlefords,” BEYFRC co-ordinator, Kailyn Tyndall, said. In the back row are: North Battleford Mayor DavidGillan; Jennie Spyglass, Elder; Johann Engelke, Director of Primary Care; Minister Dustin Duncan (kneeling); MLA Jeremy Cockrill; Kailyn Tyndall, co-ordinator. | Photo courtesy Battlefords Early Childhood Intervention Program

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