town in Saskatchewan, Canada

Kindersley is a small town in Saskatchewan, Canada with a population of around 4,600 (2016). It is a service centre to the oil and gas industry and agriculture production.

Kindersley

UnderstandEdit

The Bakken shale oil and gas play, driven by hydraulic fracturing technologies, has contributed to Kindersley's economy since 2009.

Kindersley was named after Sir Robert Kindersley, a major shareholder in the Canadian Northern Railway (later merged into Canadian National Railways).

ClimateEdit

Winters are long, cold and dry, while summers are short and warm. Precipitation is low, with an annual average of 325 mm, and is heavily concentrated in the warmer months.

Get inEdit

Kindersley is along Highway 7, a primary highway linking Calgary and Saskatoon; it is approximately 200 km (125 mi) west of Saskatoon and 415 km (260 mi) east of Calgary. There is no bus or train to Kindersley.

Get aroundEdit

SeeEdit

  • Kindersley Plains Museum, 903 11 Avenue E, +1 306 463-6620. Open from May to the end of September.

DoEdit

BuyEdit

  • Kindersley Mall, Highway 7, 608 12 Ave E. M-Sa 9:30AM-6PM (Th until 9PM). Supermarket, agricultural supply store, and a dozen shops.

EatEdit

DrinkEdit

SleepEdit

ConnectEdit

Radio stations:CKVX 104.9 FM and CFYM 1210 AM

Go nextEdit

Routes through Kindersley
CalgaryOyen ← becomes    W   E  → Jct   SRosetownSaskatoon
Maidstone (Jct W   E) ← Kerrobert ←  N   S  LeaderMaple Creek


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