|Village of Borden|
Shepard Street and First Avenue
|Rural Municipality||Great Bend|
|Post office Founded||1905|
|• Mayor||David Buckingham|
|• Town Administrator||Sandra Long|
|• Governing body||Borden Town Council|
|• Total||0.76 km2 (0.29 sq mi)|
|• Density||294.1/km2 (762/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CST (UTC-6)|
|Postal code||S0K 0N0|
Borden is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It is named after former Canadian prime minister Sir Robert Borden. An abandoned arch bridge of the same name (Borden Bridge) is located to the southeast and once carried Highway 16 across the North Saskatchewan River.
- Robert Wardhaugh, born 1967, in Borden, Saskatchewan is tap-dancing enthusiast and award-winning History professor at the University of Western Ontario.
- David Orchard, (born June 28, 1950, in Borden, Saskatchewan) is a Canadian political figure and a member of the Liberal Party of Canada.
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