Quill Lake, Saskatchewan
|Village of Quill Lake|
|Rural Municipality||Lakeside No. 338|
|• Mayor||Lyle Thibault|
|• Administrator||Judy L. Kanak|
|• Councillor||Guy Martin
Judy L. Kanak
|Postal code||S0A 3E0|
Quill Lake is a village in east central Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located 160 km east of Saskatoon and 200 km northeast of Regina. The village is located just to the northwest of Big Quill Lake and Little Quill Lake. It is a designated Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network Site where many migrating shorebirds stop during long migrations. Because of this it is also known by its residents as the "Goose Capital of Saskatchewan".
Quill Lake was originally established as Lally, Saskatchewan, named after a railway official, of the day, later renamed Quill Lake to conform to the name of the post office. The site was originally the location of a log school house, as business started to develop around the sight the community became established. The hamlet was incorporated into a village in 1907.
Quill Lake has one municipal designated heritage building, the St. Michael's Anglican Church, constructed between 1907 and 1913 the wood building is of a Gothic with a fieldstone foundation. In building during it history has also been used as the Quill Lake United Church and the Quill Lake Methodist Church The building was designed a heritage building in 2000.
- Ray Meiklejohn, former Saskatchewan cabinet minister
- Lyle Odelein, former NHL hockey player
- Selmar Odelein, former NHL hockey player
|Watson, Saskatchewan||Wadena, Saskatchewan|
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