D'Arcy, Saskatchewan

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D'Arcy is a small village in western Saskatchewan, Canada. The post office started out with the name D'Arcy Station in 1911 in the Federal Electoral District of Kindersley. D'Arcy is part of Rural municipality of Kindersley No. 290, Saskatchewan. Along with McGee, Saskatchewan, the town is named after the Father of Confederation, D'Arcy McGee.


D'Arcy was also a Canadian National Railways C.N.R. Rail Station on the Saskatoon - Calgary Branch line.


It is located within the Sun West School Division.

Historical education[edit]

D'Arcy School District #3016 was the first one-room school house in D'Arcy.


Canada census – D'Arcy, Saskatchewan community profile
Land area:
Population density:
Median age:
Total private dwellings:
Median household income:
References: earlier[1]

Area statistics[edit]

  • Lat (DMS) 51°28′00″ N
  • Long (DMS) 108°32′00″ W
  • Dominion Land Survey Section 12 Tsp 29 Rge 19 W3
  • Time zone (est) UTC−6
North: Plenty
West: Brock D'Arcy | D'Arcy East: Fiske
South: Totnes


  1. ^ "2001 Community Profiles". Canada 2001 Census. Statistics Canada. February 17, 2012. 

Coordinates: 51°28′00″N 108°32′03″W / 51.46667°N 108.53417°W / 51.46667; -108.53417