Osler established in 1890s, and its founder was Sir Edmund Boyd Osler. He was an adventurer, explorer, Member of Parliament, and a railroad financer. Edmund Osler’s origins were Ontario; he was born in 1845 and died in 1924. The location of this historic town is thirty kilometers north of Saskatoon. It lies along the Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan railroad, and the Long Lake.
The museum, senior’s center, library, leisure center, schools, churches, volunteer fire department add to the special effects Osler has on people visiting this area. One of the historic buildings that inspires wonder in everyone that visits Osler, is the station house built in 1892. This was one of the first constructions at Osler, and soon after this, Osler became one of the many towns that came about due to the success of the railroad line connecting places in this part of Canada.
It wasn’t until 4 April 1904 that Osler officially became a village. By 1 May 1918, it became a Hamlet. It became a village once again in 1986, and finally gained designation as a town in 1985. The Canadian National Railway demolished the railway line in 1973, because it had fallen since 1970. Nonetheless, it still is one of the most beautiful towns in Saskatchewan.

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