Place:Tisdale, Saskatchewan, Canada


Coordinates52.85°N 104.017°W
Located inSaskatchewan, Canada
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Tisdale is a business centre for the rich agricultural area of northeastern Saskatchewan in Canada. This town is in the rural municipality of Tisdale No. 427.

Located at the junction of Highway 35 and Highway 3, and serviced by both the Canadian National Railway and the Canadian Pacific Railway, Tisdale is the grain handling centre of the region with five inland grain terminals, and is the centre of local industry.

The intersection of Highways 3 and 35 has traffic volumes of 11,200 vehicles per day and is the location of the largest 7-Eleven in Canada (by floor space) and the 16-foot roadside statue of "The World's Largest Honey Bee" (the Giant Bee in Falher, Alberta, is actually bigger at 22 feet 8 inches).

This town is the administrative office of the Kinistin Saulteaux Nation band government.

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