About Our Town:
Situated approximately 45 kms northeast of Saskatoon and 95 kms southwest of Prince Albert along Highway #11, the Town of Hague is conveniently located near major amenities and many historical and recreational attractions. The Hague Ferry crossing, conveniently connecting us to the east side of the South Saskatchewan River during the summer, is located 12 kms east of Hague.
Our community; rich in Mennonite heritage, was settled and developed in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. The fertile land that our area had to offer made ideal conditions for farming. To this day, there are many large dairy, poultry, hog and mixed farming operations in the area.
The Town of Hague was named after Mr. J. Hague, an engineer for the C.N.R. when the track was laid to connect Saskatoon and Prince Albert. The community was incorporated as a Village in 1903 and then incorporated as a Town on November 1, 1991.
As a prosperous and thriving community, our local businesses and organizations offer many convenient services. From a K-12 school to suit our childrens’ needs to easily accessible businesses to suit our seniors’ needs, Hague has a lot to offer for a small, but growing community. As our symbol and a historical site, the railroad water tower is one of the few left standing. Located in the heart of Hague, the Sask. River Valley Museum boasts a unique display of the history of our town and surrounding area.
Hague is a recreational community offering one of the best sporting complexes in the Valley area. Three sheets of artificial ice provide excellent curling conditions, and some of the best hockey games originate in Hague. We are home of the Hague Royals, winners of the Provincial Finals title in 1983. For everyone’s enjoyment, Hague also offers an outdoor arena in the winter, and excellent ball diamonds and a tennis court in the summer.
With a warm welcome from the Town of Hague and area, we hope that your stay is enjoyable and fulfilling.
Census: Census 2021
Hague Residents takes part in World Record Threshing Breaking event held in Manitoba: www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/threshing-record-austin-manitoba-1.3702732