|— Village —|
|• Mayor||Brian Wilkes|
|• Administrator||Thom Barker|
|• Governing body||Abernethy Village Council|
|• Total||1.03 km2 (0.40 sq mi)|
|• Density||190.9/km2 (494/sq mi)|
|• National Population Rank (Out of 5,008)||4,037|
|Postal code||S0A 0A0|
|Historic Sites||Motherwell Homestead|
|Website||Village of Abernethy|
Abernethy is a small community of 197 people in Saskatchewan, Canada, ranking 4,037th in Canada in terms of population located about one hour east of Regina and one hour west of Yorkton. The current mayor is Janet Englot, and the town council consists of Brian Wilkes, Roy Bearden, Beverley Halford, and Kevin Stryker.
History and geography 
Abernethy celebrated its one hundredth anniversary in the summer of 2004 with a centennial celebration held at the same time as the annual agricultural fair.
To the south of Abernethy lies the Qu'Appelle Valley in which Katepwa beach is located.
Historic sites 
- Abernethy is home to the Motherwell Homestead, which is a National Historic Site and is the original homestead of Saskatchewan's first minister of agriculture W.R. Motherwell.
- Abernethy and District Memorial Hall is a Municipal Heritage Property, that was constructed in 1921, to commemorate the return of soldiers from World War I. Funds for the hall was raised through local donations in the community. The hall was designed by Storey and Van Egmond of Regina.
- Christ Anglican Church is a Municipal Heritage Property, that was constructed near Abernethy in 1886, and relocated into the village in 1904.
Industry and commerce 
Abernethy is primarily an agricultural community although there are currently several businesses operating in Abernethy. Among them is a CO-OP grocery store, gas bar, and cafe, Canada Post Office, Abernethy Nature Heritage Museum, Tri Way Fertilizer, and two nearby hog barns operated by Hypor International.
In 2006 Abernethy had a population of 197 living in 99 dwellings, a -7.5% decrease from 2001. The village has a land area of 1.03 km2 (0.40 sq mi) and a population density of 190.9 /km2 (494 /sq mi).
|Visible minorities and Aboriginal population|
|Canada 2006 Census||Population||% of Total Population|
|Visible minority group
|Mixed visible minority||0||0|
|Other visible minority||10||5.4|
|Total visible minority population||10||5.4|
|Total Aboriginal population||75||40.5|
School Children are bussed to Lemberg and Neudorf in the east and Balcarres in the west because Abernethy School was closed several years ago and due to lack of proper maintenance had to be destroyed in the summer of 2005.
See also 
- National Archives, Archivia Net, Post Offices and Postmasters
- Government of Saskatchewan, MRD Home, Municipal Directory System
- Canadian Textiles Institute. (2005), CTI Determine your provincial constituency
- Commissioner of Canada Elections, Chief Electoral Officer of Canada (2005), Elections Canada On-line Unknown parameter
- Dance on the Bridge: A History of Abernethy and Area. Abernethy Heritage Association, 1983. ISBN 978-0-919533-28-8.
- Abernethy and District Memorial Hall Heritage Property Details
- Christ Anglican Church Heritage Property Details
- Statistics Canada (Census 2006), Abernethy - Community Profile, retrieved 2009-01-12
- Community Profiles from the 2006 Census, Statistics Canada - Census Subdivision
- Abernethy Saskatchewan
- Abernethy Agricultural Society
- Regional GenWeb site (Southwest Region)
- 2006 Community Profiles