QUALITY OF LIFE

CLIMATE: AVERAGE TEMPERATURE

Broadview and the surrounding district have varied seasonal weather. The coldest month is January with an average temperature of –16° C. The warmest month is July with a heat level that shows an average of 18.7° C. Broadview and area has an average of 2414 sun hours in the year and an annual average rainfall of 265.20 mm or 10.4 inches. The weather is excellent for livestock and speciality crops, and the area is in the heart of the highest flax producing area in North America.

AVERAGE YEARLY TEMPERATURES (°C)

JAN

FEB

MAR

APR

MAY

JUN

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

NOV

DEC

MAX

-11

-7

0

9

18

22

25

24

18

11

0

-8

MIN

-22

-19

-11

-2

4

9

11

9

4

-1

-10

-18

MEAN

-16

-13

-6

3

11

15

18

17

11

4

-5

-13

CLIMATE: AVERAGE PRECIPITATION (°C)

Broadview and area has an annual average rainfall of 265.20 mm or 10.4 inches.

BROADVIEW: RECREATION, LEISURE & CULTURAL FACILITIES

TYPE

NAME

CONTACT

Picnic Site, Campground 

Celebration Park

306.696.2533

Community Centre

Broadview Community Centre

306.696.2533

Arena

Broadview Skating Rink

306.696.2533

Gymnasium

Broadview High School 

306.696.2727

Curling Rink

Broadview Curling Rink

306.696.2533

Museum

Broadview Historical Museum

306.696.2533

Senior’s Centre

Broadview Senior Citizens

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9 Hole Golf

Broadview Golf Course

306.696.2533

OUR NEIGHBOURS: RECREATION, LEISURE & CULTURAL FACILITIES

 

TYPE

NAME

CONTACT

KIPLING

Tennis Court

Kipling Tennis Court

306.736.8440

KIPLING

Gymnasium

Kipling High School

306.736.2464

KIPLING

Museum

Classic Military Firearms Museum

306.428.2850

KIPLING

Picnic Site, Campground, Playground, Outdoor Pool

Kipling & District Campground 

306.736.8440

KIPLING

9 Hole Golf

Kipling Golf Course

306.736.2303

KIPLING

Arena

Kipling Arena

306.736.2303

KIPLING

Curling Rink

Kipling Curling Rink

306.736.2272

KIPLING

Community Centre

Kipling Recreation Centre

306.736.2505

KIPLING

Museum

Kipling & District Historical Society

306.864.2461

KIPLING

Senior’s Centre

Kipling Friendship Club

306.736.2249

WHITEWOOD

Museum

Whitewood Historical Museum Association

306.842.6377

WHITEWOOD

Curling Rink

Whitewood Curling Rink

306.735.2640

WHITEWOOD

Arena

Whitewood Arena

306.735.4464

WHITEWOOD

9 Hole Golf

Whitewood Golf Club

306.735.4464

WHITEWOOD

Picnic Site, Campground, Playground, Outdoor Pool, Splash Park

Whitewood Campground

306.735.2210

WHITEWOOD

Museum

Chopping Museum

306.468.2338

GRENFELL

Gymnasium

Grenfell High School

306.697.2744

GRENFELL

Arena, Outdoor Pool

Grenfell Regional Park

306.697.2744

GRENFELL

Curling Rink

Grenfell Curling Rink

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GRENFELL

Museum

Grenfell Museum

306.623.4345

GRENFELL

Community Centre

Grenfell Community Hall

306.697.2815

GRENFELL

Senior’s Centre

Grenfell Friendship Club

306.697.3368

GRENFELL

Tennis Court

Grenfell Regional Park Tennis Courts

306.697.2815

GRENFELL

9 Hole Golf

Grenfell Regional Park Golf Course

306.697.2815

GRENFELL

Picnic Site, Campground, Playground

Grenfell Regional Park Campground

306.697.2815

OCHAPOWACE

Gymnasium

Kakisheway School

306.696.2252

OCHAPOWACE

Arena, Bingo Hall, Walking Track, Weight Rooms

Ochapowace First Nation

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KAHKEWISTAHAW

Gymnasium

Kahkewistahaw Education Centre

306.696.3291

COWESSESS

Gymnasium

Cowessess Community Education Centre

306.696.3513

HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICES

TYPE

DISTRICT

ADDRESS

BROADVIEW HOSPITAL

Community Hospital with Helipad

Regina Qu’Appelle

901 Nina St. Broadview

BROADVIEW CENTENNIAL LODGE

Special Care Home

Regina Qu’Appelle

310 Calgary St. Broadview

KIPLING MEMORIAL HEALTH CENTRE

Community Hospital

Sun Country

803-1st St. Kipling

WILLOWDALE LODGE

Special Care Home

Sun Country 

128 – 4th St. Willowdale

WHITEWOOD COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE

Health Centre & Special Care Home

Regina Qu’Appelle

921 Gambetta St. Whitewood

GRENFELL HEALTH CENTRE

Health Centre

Regina Qu’Appelle

721 Stella St. Grenfell

GRENFELL & DISTRICT PIONEER HOME

Special Care Home

Regina Qu’Appelle

710 Regina Ave. Grenfell

LAW ENFORCEMENT

The RCMP’s mandate, as outlined in section 18 of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Act, is multi-faceted. It includes preventing and investigating crime; maintaining peace and order; enforcing laws; contributing to national security; ensuring the safety of state officials, visiting dignitaries and foreign missions; and providing vital operational support services to other police and law enforcement agencies within Canada and abroad. 

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police is the Canadian national police service and an agency of the Ministry of Public Safety Canada. 

The RCMP is unique in the world since it is a national, federal, provincial and municipal policing body. We provide a total federal policing service to all Canadians and policing services under contract to the three territories, eight provinces (except Ontario and Quebec), more than 150 municipalities, more than 600 Aboriginal communities and three international airports. 

Canadians often see RCMP police officers wearing their dress uniform, the red serge, at functions and events. Officers traditionally wear this uniform during Royal tours, official visits of foreign dignitaries, Canada Day and to honor those who have served. 

Police officers proudly represent the RCMP and Canada at many ceremonial events, functions and speaking engagements – often above and beyond their regular daily duty. 

The Broadview Detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police has two locations, the main office in Broadview and a sub office is located to the south in Kipling. 

On average there are 10 officers, including the Staff Sargent, stationed in the Broadview detachment and 3 stationed out of the Kipling office. The Traffic Services Unit as of 2016 had 4 members which may be increased over time. 

FIRE ENFORCEMENT & EMERGENCY RESPONSE

The Broadview Fire Department consists of 19 volunteer fire fighters. 

Fire Chief Brent Bagshaw, Deputy Fire Chief Darren Ottenbriet and Safety Office Danette Fowlie lead a core of 19 volunteer fire fighters in the Broadview Fire Department. 

FIRE EQUIPMENT

The Fire Department is equipped with the following:  

Pumper Truck 

1985 Ford, 1000 gal tank, 1200 gal/minute pump  

Tanker Truck 

1985 Ford, 2500 gal tank, 500 gal/min pump 

Pumper/Rescue Truck 

1997 KME, 700 gal tank, 1500 gal/min pump, and carries jaws of life and other rescue equipment, 8 man cab

Rapid Response Unit 

2000 Ford 4X4, 300 gal tank, set up for grass fires

Jaws of life 

Halmatro Jaws, upgraded in 2013 

Rescue unit for snowmobiles. 

Towed by snowmobile for rescue in remote areas

AREA SERVED

Broadview Fire Department covers a geographic area from Oakshela Saskatchewan to the West, Percival Saskatchewan to the East, the southern boundary of Cowessess, Kahkewistahaw, Ochapowace and Sakimay First Nations to the north and the Pipestone Valley to the South.