In Their Words

From Calgary to Kamsack
"We then found a website for a town called Kamsack. We were impressed. So we arranged to take our vacation, and when we arrived last July, we were in love. Kamsack is a beautiful little town, not too small to know everything about each other, yet small enough to feel like a neighbourhood. And all the amenities of big city life was less than an hour away. We found our home."
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Shannon Buckle

Business owners moved from B.C.
We moved from Vancouver initially because we did not want to spend the next 40 years to pay off an over-priced house in British Columbia. We chose Kamsack, out of many options, because of the friendly people, many outdoor activities and all of the benefits one receives from living in a vibrant, smaller community.
Chris and Becky Divito
Bevanda Coffee House, Kamsack

Back home from Winnipeg
I left Kamsack in 1972 and returned in 2008 from Winnipeg to retire and have not regretted it for a second. A ten minute drive takes you to Duck Mountain Park with its beaches, great fishing and a beautiful 18 hole golf course. All the things I love to do. We have a beautiful golf course here in Kamsack that is very affordable to be a member at. We have great neighbours and there are lots of friendly and helpful people. There is lots to do in the winter too, like groomed trails for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing and lots of places to go ice fishing in town and close by. The scenery is beautiful and best of all it is a safe and friendly place to raise a family. You can be as busy as you want or not. There are lots of groups and organizations to join and volunteer for. Kamsack is a great place to live.
Donna Sugawara


From B.C. to Kamsack
I moved to Kamsack from Kimberly B.C. in August of 2007 and am retired.  I chose to purchase a home in Kamsack for the following reasons:

  • I prefer a smaller town.
  • I found the tree lined streets very pleasant.
  • The close proximity of Duck Mountain Provincial Park was very attractive to me because I like to cross country skiing, canoeing and fishing. I also like all the hiking and biking trials.
  • I liked the availability of low-cost housing.
  • I like the friendliness of the people here.

Ken Dempsey