|Village of Beatty|
|Census division||No. 14|
|Rural Municipality||Flett's Springs No. 429|
|Post Office Founded||1908|
|• Total||0.82 km2 (0.32 sq mi)|
|Postal code||S0J 0C0|
Beatty (2006 population 61) is a village in Saskatchewan, Canada, located approximately 13 km (8 mi) northwest of Melfort. It is at the junction of highways 3 and 368. In 1925, Beatty was a Canadian National Railways C.N.R. Rail Station on the Swan River - Prince Albert Branch Line. Beatty belongs to Rural Municipality Number 429 - Flett's Springs. The area surrounding Beatty is predominantly farmland.
Like most small communities in Saskatchewan, sports centered around hockey. In 1948 the Beatty Memorial Rink was built by a group of local volunteers. After many years, this rink was condemned to be destroyed because of its structural integrity. The town rallied again and built a new rink. This rink served the town until 1993.
In 1985 the Beatty Barons Senior Men's hockey team won the provincial championships. The town of Beatty fielded pre-novice and novice hockey teams until 1993. The rink was also used for community skating and hosting hockey tournaments.
The early one room school house in town was Beatty School District #1766. This also hosted a second one room school house for the higher grades including grade 12.
- Lat (DMS) 52° 54' 2" N
- Long (DMS) 104° 48' 17" W
- Dominion Land Survey Sec. 23 Tsp 45 Rge 20 W2
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Dwayne Industries, Donaro Farms, GP Fiberglass, Hillbilly Farms, Jellicoe Grocery, Jellicoe Plumbing, McConaghy Farms, Tremblay Construction, Wright's Greenhouse
|West: Kinistino||Beatty||East: Melfort|
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