About Leask

“A Sportsman’s Paradise”

Situated on Highway 40, The Village of Leask is conveniently located 1 hour from Saskatoon, 45 Minutes from Prince Albert and right next door to some of the best hunting and fishing areas in the province!

Here the rural living experience is enhanced by access to beautiful lakes abundant with a variety of fish, wildlife hunting areas which offer game attractive to all hunters and game bird hunting. Our active Fish and Game Club gives you the opportunity to share your love of the hunting sport and outdoors with others of all ages.

Whether you enjoy outdoor activities of snowmobiling on groomed trails or wide open space, quading down by the North Saskatchewan River, golfing at several courses minutes away or just playing in the water at many of the nearby resort areas, you will find a relaxed, friendly community in Leask with something to offer everyone.

Come and see for yourself, the invitation is open!



The Canadian National Railway crossed the homestead of Robert Leask in 1911, and later developed into the town site of Leask. The "Petition for Incorporation of the Village" was sent to Municipal Affairs on July 27, 1912 and made official September 3, 1912. The first Council Meeting on Oct. 7, 1912 was attended by Fred Smith, Sidney Whiting, A.J Chambers and P. Philibert.

The main economic industry surrounding the Village of Leask is agriculture. The Village of Leask offers a variety of services including a grocery/butcher shop, hardware store, gift shop/ liquor vendor, a cafe, post office, automobile garage, fertilizer outlets, health centre, special care home, community school, daycare, barber and hair studios, building contractors, bus service, funeral home and more.

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