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The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency is encouraging people to download the SaskAlert App 
so they can receive
critical COVID-19 information in a timely manner.
The app also allows people to choose
how and when to hear the emergency alerts.

Never miss an emergency alert or general community notice from Town of Cupar.
Download the FREE Alertable app for iOS and Android smartphones or
sign up for FREE email, SMS, and phone call notifications.

Alertable notifications will also be posted on our website and social media pages, or we can message you directly on Facebook Messenger.

Notifications are fast, reliable, private, and easy to hear, see, and read.
Choose the notification option, or combination of options, that is right for you.


SIGN UP PAGE/LINK:                https://alertable.ca/signup/index.html?site=SK1

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Cupar has a population of around 625 and is located on Highway 22 just 75km
from the capital city of Regina.

The scenic Qu'Appelle Valley and its Calling Lakes are located 40km to the south of our town.

Cupar is settled on the flat plains of Saskatchewan's best grain growing area
and has served as a centre for the high, fertile farmland in the province.

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Historically, Cupar became a village in 1905 and received its name from Canadian Pacific Railroad officials for the Town of Cupar in Fifeshire, Scotland.

The first residents were mainly of Irish, English and Scottish descent. Today we find our cultures richly melded with many ancestries. Copies of the Cupar Herald for the years 1914 and 1915 are online through
www.saskarchives.com

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Cemetery
Saskatchewan Cemetery Project
The Town Cemetery
St. Patrick's RC
Holy Trinity Hungarian Cemetery
St. Paul Lutheran Cemetery
St. Elizabeth Cemetery
St. Anne's    Arbury Cemetery
St. Anne's   Old Cemetery

Cupar's beautiful tree-lined streets are paved and curbed. 
The many businesses provide a wide variety of services.

The different organizations are active and committed.

Cupar's modern educational and recreational facilities are second to none.
Our health centre, ambulance services and Fire Departmane are
well equipped and have fully trained personel.

Cupar is a place where people care about one another and cherish a safe environment.

The Town of Cupar would like to share its lifestyle and fortunes.
We invite you to take a good look a the opportunities Cupar has to offer.

Street View

Have a look at Cupar, as it is today, in Google Street View

Click here to watch videos of our town and its history.


 




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