The Town of Kerrobert is uniquely situated at the junction of three Highways – #21, #31 and #51 in West Central Saskatchewan and along the CP rail line. We are approximately 65 km east of the Alberta border and 180 km west of Saskatoon. The Town of Kerrobert started as the Village of Hartsberg in 1906, it became a Town in 1911 and was renamed Kerrobert after an early CP Rail executive – Robert Kerr. Kerrobert became the seat of the Kerrobert Judicial District in 1913 which necessitated the building of the Court House , still a focal point of the Town which today houses the Town Offices, The Chamber of Commerce, KLD Wellness Foundation, the Enbridge Courtroom Gallery, the Kerrobert & District Museum and a law firm. Its strong agricultural base continues to be a backbone of the community with a large number of organic farms in the area. Kerrobert also lies within the Viking Oil Play which has proven initial oil-in-place estimated at 5 billion barrels, making it one of the largest oil and gas producing areas of the Province. Kerrobert boasts a new integrated health care facility with acute care, long term care, medical clinic, lab, physio, public health and ambulance. We have a K-12 school, large Day Care Facility and kindergarten and a full range of recreational opportunities as well as a variety of Seniors Housing options. We have bus-freight, courier service, CP rail, and a 762.4 metre 457 metre sod airstrip at 673 metres elevation. Major employers in the Kerrobert area are Enbridge, Heartland Health Region, D & F Welding, Living Sky School Division, and Rev Energy.