Excerpt from the 1981 Edition of "Where Aspens Whisper" history book Print
 QuoteLEdenwold area had been well settled by well-to-do farmers, thus real estate companies saw an opportunity for growth.  On May 13, 1911, The Regina Leader-Post ran an advertisement in big letters, "Edenwold, First Grand Trunk Pacific Townsite between Melville and Regina," urging people to get in on the ground floor white special business opportunities regarding hotels, lumber yards, stores, implement dealerships, livery stables, blacksmith shops, barber shops, banks, and others were still good.QuoteR

greenarrowRUpon the completion of the railway, Edenwold, as it was then known, grew very rapidly.  In October, 1912, Edenwold was incorporated as the Village of Edenwold.

Today, the Village continues to thrive with many people commuting to Regina and surrounding areas for employment and services.  The Village sustained residential growth in 2009 and 2010, as was the case with many towns and villages around Saskatchewan.  We anticipate more growth in the years to come.
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