Davis, Saskatchewan

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Davis, Saskatchewan is located in Saskatchewan
Davis, Saskatchewan
Location of Davis in Saskatchewan

Davis is an unincorporated community south of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. Davis was once a village but has since shrunk to a handful of houses. It is just north of the Muskoday First Nation. Davis was named for Senator Thomas Osborne Davis a prominent Prince Albert merchant and Liberal Party member in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Davis is located in the Aspen parkland biome.


Most students go to Osborne School a few miles south of Davis. High School students go to one of the high schools in Prince Albert.

Osborne School
R.R. #2, Site 10, Comp #48
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada, S6V 5P9
School type Elementary
School board Saskatchewan Rivers School Division
Principal Ina Holmen
Grades K to 8
Enrolment 99+
Education system Public
School colour(s) Black and Yellow         
Sports Basketball
Track & Field
Team name Osborne Stingers

An old one room school house still stands. It even has an old fashioned school bell on it.


Further reading[edit]

  • Whats in Name:The Story Behind Saskatchewan Place Names, Western Producer Prairie Books, E.T. Russell

External links[edit]

North: Prince Albert
West: Red Deer Hill Davis East: Muskoday First Nation
South: Fenton

Coordinates: 53°07′33″N 105°38′20″W / 53.12572°N 105.63887°W / 53.12572; -105.63887