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Gull Lake is one of 9 communities across Saskatchewan participating in the “Competative Category” of the Communities in Bloom Provincial Program

This year forty communities across Saskatchewan are participating in the Communities in Bloom Provincial Program.  Gull Lake, and eight other communities are participating in the, “Competitive Category”  along with two other Southwest Communities Eastend, and Maple Creek.  There are seven communities in the Evaluated Friends Category, two in the Novice Category and the remaining communities fall in the Friends Category.


City of Melfort, Town of Blaine Lake, Town of Eastend, Town of Gull Lake, Town of Qu’Appelle, Town of Wynyard, Town of Eston, Town of Maple Creek.

Evaluated Friends

City of Moose Jaw, Town of Blaine Lake, Town of Fort Qu’Appelle, Town of Rosthern, Town of Shaunavon, Village of Tompkins.


Town of Wadena, Village of Viscount.


City of North Battleford, City of Prince Albert, Town of Wolseley, Town of Balcarres, Town of Battleford, Town of Unity, Town of Marshall, Town of Hafford, Town of Kerrobert, Town of Craik, Town of Maidstone, Town of Osler, Town of Rosetown, Town of Carlyle, Town of Strasbourg, Town of Turtleford, Town of Davidson, Town of Cutknife, Village of Waseca, Village of Richmond, Resrot Village of Manitou Beach, Resort Village of Candle Lake

For more information on the Communities in Bloom Provincial Program go to:

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