|Rural Municipality||Eye Hill|
|Post office established||1908|
|• Mayor||Patrick Doetzel|
|• Administrator||Kim G. Gartner|
|• Governing body||Macklin Town Council|
|• Total||3.14 km2 (1.21 sq mi)|
|• Density||450.7/km2 (1,167/sq mi)|
|Postal code||S0L 2C0|
|Waterways||St. Lawrence Lake, Macklin Lake, Hallam Lake|
|Website||Town of Macklin|
Macklin is a town in Eye Hill Rural Municipality No. 382, Saskatchewan, Canada. The population was 1,415 at the 2011 Canada Census. The town is located on Highway 31 about 5 km east of the provincial border with Alberta, and is situated near one of the most productive oil and natural gas producing fields in the province.
Among its many attractions, it is the host of the annual Bunnock World Championship, during which the town population doubles in size.
In 2006 Macklin had a population of 1,290 living in 507 dwellings, a -3.0% increase from 2001. The town has a land area of 2.85 km2 (1.10 sq mi) and a population density of 452.7/km2 (1,172/sq mi).
- Artist Agnes Martin
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