|Port of Entry|
|Rural Municipality||Val Marie No. 17|
|Post Office Established||1917-08-01|
|Post Office Closed||1951-04-21|
Monchy is a former settlement in Saskatchewan, Canada on the border with the United States. Monchy is the transition point between Saskatchewan Highway 4 and U.S. Route 191. Originally a small settlement it is now primarily a border crossing. On the opposite side of the border in Morgan, Montana.
The border crossing is staffed by the Canadian Border Services Agency during the day and closed at night. The border crossing consists of a customs building, residence and three storage buildings Growing pressure exists on both the Canada and US side of the border to expand the border crossing to 24-hour operation,
- George Spence - Member of Provincial Legislature (1917–1925, 1927–1938) and Member of Parliament (1925–1927)
|Loring, Montana||Whitewater, Montana|
- National Archives, Archivia Net, Post Offices and Postmasters, retrieved 18 April 2011
- Canadian Border Services Agency, MONCHY - Office Details, retrieved 18 April 2011
- Canadian Border Services Agency, Monchy Border Crossing (CBSA), retrieved 22 April 2011
- "US supports 24-hour port for southwest Sask.". Prairie Post.com. Retrieved 20 June 2011.