|Covid-19|Peterson, Saskatchewan Wikipedia
Peterson is a hamlet located on Highway 5 in the rural municipality of Bayne No. 371, Saskatchewan. The village was founded when the railway was built in 1911-12.
It is considered a ghost town by some because of the many empty and deteriorating buildings in what once was a more populous farming community with two churches, a grain elevator and several businesses. Yet in the village, St. Agnes Catholic Church continues to have services every Sunday. The Community Hall was torn down in December of 2012, and the grounds are maintained in the St. Agnes Ukrainian and Catholic Cemetery.