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Maidstone, Saskatchewan

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Country  Canada
Census division  17
Post office Founded  1905 (as Sayers)
Area  4.56 km²
Local time  Saturday 4:52 AM
Province  Saskatchewan
Region  Saskatchewan
Rural Municipality  Eldon
Time zone  MST (UTC−7)
Population  1,156 (2011)
Area code  306
Number of airports  1
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Weather  1°C, Wind SE at 21 km/h, 88% Humidity

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Maidstone is a town in southwest Saskatchewan, Canada located 57 km (35 miles) east of Lloydminster and 84 km (52 miles) west of North Battleford at the junction of Highway 16 and Highway 21.

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Map of Maidstone, SK, Canada

It is mentioned in Joni Mitchell's "Song For Sharon" from her Hejira album and is one of the places in western Canada in which she lived as a young child.

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Attractions

  • CNR Station in Maidstone was built in 1905.
  • Charlow (Shiloh) Baptist Church and Cemetery located north of Maidstone was built in 1912. It was founded by 12 African American families in 1910.
  • Silver Lake Regional Park and Silver Lake Golf Club (9-hole golf course)
  • Delfrari-Victoria Park where the Maidstone & District Museum is located.
  • Transportation

    The community is served by Maidstone Aerodrome which is located 1.2 NM (2.2 km; 1.4 mi) northwest.

    Senior League Hockey

    Maidstone is the home of the Maidstone Jets, who play in the North Saskatchewan River Hockey League (NSRHL). The Maidstone Jets are the 2011-2012 League Champions, defeating the regular season champions Meadow Lake Stampeders, 4 games to 1 in the best of seven series. It is Maidstone's first league championship since 1967. The road to the championship defeat the Turtleford Tigers 3-0 in the best of five series, with Maidstone having home ice advantage. The next series was best of five with the St. Walburg Eagles holding home ice. The Jets won that series 3 games to none, sending them to the final versus the Stampeders.

    References

    Maidstone, Saskatchewan Wikipedia


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