Located 10 km north of the Canada-US border in south central Saskatchewan, Coronach is a warm and welcoming prairie community that serves as the starting point for the Outlaw Trail between Canada and Mexico and as a gateway to Saskatchewan's own Big Muddy Badlands.
Water Supply Source: 600,000 gallon wells
Apply at out two main industries in town, the Poplar River Power Plant or Westmoreland Coal Mining Company. We're looking for people of all talents, bus drivers, cooks, servers, retail, farm hands, and hairdressers. Or be your own boss, provide locals with a niche service. Be the business that stands our in a crowd. We have a main street filled with opportunities - make your dream a reality!
We have a K-12 school with a licensed daycare, and sports for all ages.
Cookson Reservoir has boating in the summer with a boat launch right off our new campground. Fishing is year round with ice huts occupying the lake for ice fishing in the winter. Take a round of 9 hole grass greens, go for a dip in our swimming pool in the summer, form a slo-pitch team and play ball. In winter you can curl, figure skate or play hockey. Or check out our equestrian arena which is used year round for riding and roping. Go tour one of Saskatchewan's natural wonders, the Big Muddy Valley. Castle Butte, the Sam Kelly Outlaw caves, an art gallery and Aust's General Store in Big Beaver. All of this will be right in your backyard.
Coronach is the place to call home!
We are a small town of around 750 people in southern Saskatchewan. Our community is one where everyone knows everyone, kids can walk to school and everyone has a friendly neighbour to socialize with. We want to introduce you to a slower pace of life. We want you to choose Coronach to raise your family.