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Colonsay

The coordinates of Colonsay (Saskatchewan) are 51°59′N 105°53′W, and its address is Highway 16, close to the Yellow Head Highway, which shares the Trans-Canada Highway. It is towards the east-west area of Central Saskatchewan, close to the intersection at Highway 2.
The first post office at Colonsay was established on 21st of May, 1908. Colonsay became established as a village in 1907, and became a town three years later. The name “Colonsay” comes from the Inner Hebrides Scottish island of Colonsay. In fact, all the streets in Colonsay are named after islands that are in the west coast of Scotland.
Agriculture is the main economic instrument here. The main plantation here is sweet potatoes and yams, and other featuring crops include wheat, oats, rye, peas, barley, canola and lentils. Livestock raised at Colonsay include sheep, buffalo, hogs and cattle. There is significant potash mining here too, and the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan has been a major economic instrument for this place. Moreover, Colonsay sells fertilizers, water softeners and ice-melter ingredients as well.
There is a proper sports center where people can go for ice hockey games, skating, and curlers. Life at Colonsay is quiet and simple, away from the hassles of a noisy commercial setup.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $198K
Lowest Price $20K
Highest Price $332K
Total Listings 4
Avg. Days On Market 100
Avg. Price/SQFT $267

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