Estevan Water Tower, Photo by Waferboard

About Estevan, Saskatchewan

Drive toward the southeast corner of the great province of Saskatchewan, and about 25 km north of the southeast border stands the city of Estevan. Merging the historical histories of the past and the modern advances today, Estevan is a vibrant buzzing delight among the quiet expanses of southern Saskatchewan, and it remains the province’s 8th largest city.

Granted the cable name of the canadian Pacific Railway President George Stephen, “Estevan” was a rail town with the right mix of resources. It’s core industries are coal mining, power generation, and oil and gas. It’s booming economy, driven by its industries and over 11,000 residents boast some of the province’s lowest residential taxes.

The city of Estevan is city devoted to life, health and happiness, and there are a whole host of cultural and recreational enjoyments for families—at little to no cost. Year round art exhibitions, seasonal and repertory theatre and nearly 150 years of history are on display.

Estevan hangs on to its industrial roots, and this gives the city a real feeling. For those who are eager to learn just how much of an influence energy has had on its growth, energy tours are available for rail and coal mining activities. For those with more of an appetite for adventure, the Boundary Dam Reservoir provides the only fishing for largemouth bass in the entire province. Indoor sports fans will find that Spectra Place, the multipurpose centre will house the rink and court sports of the community.

Estevan offers incredible golfing, hunting and hiking locations along with many parks to relax, and spend time with your friends and family. Estevan residents are very keen on Motorsports and the city has provided the spaces necessary to practice or observe this hobby. The commercial side of Estevan is also present in the city, its famous Shoppers Mall is house of many well-known brands and a favorite of the residents during the weekends.

Estevan is a city with energy, history and feeling. For over 150 years, it has been the stop where people dropped their bags and gave it a chance. Today, it’s a booming community with opportunity in a province that is on the economic upswing.

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