Train Derailment Information – UPDATE

As you may be aware, a train has derailed within the Town of Cabri. Railway Avenue has been closed to traffic between 1st Street South and 4th Street North. Travel in this area will remain closed until further notice.  People are being directed to avoid the area including by vehicle, biking or walking. Watch for further updates on the Sask Alert App (downloadable for free).


UPDATE (9:22pm)

The emergency response RMA Dangerous Goods officers from Emergency Response Assistance Canada have inspected the cars at the derailment site at Cabri. After completing the inspection, they have determined that the means of containment is intact and the tanks are safe. Contractor will be on site 0800 tomorrow to begin remedial action of the site.

UPDATE (July 28 3:55pm)

Please click on link below for update from the Great Sandhills Railway regarding the train derailment.

Statement Regarding Train Derailment

Fire Chief Position Availabe

The Town of Cabri is now accepting applications for the position of Volunteer Fire Chief.


Volunteer Fire Chief: The desired candidate for the Fire Chief should possess strong public relations skills, have the ability to follow protocol and procedures, live within the Town of Cabri and be over 18 years of age. This will be a three year term. The Fire Chief will be supplied with and responsible for a radio.

A complete job description and responsibilities for this position can be obtained from the Town Office.

Submit applications along with a criminal record check to:

Town of Cabri, Box 200, Cabri, SK S0N 0J0 or to

Applications must be received by 4:30pm December 10, 2020.

Sask Lotteries Funding Available

The Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program is a partnership among Sask Sport Inc., SaskCulture Inc. and the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association Inc. The grant program assists in the development of sport, culture and recreation programs by providing funds to non-profit community organization operated by volunteers.

The Program is guided by the following:

It provides access to sport, culture and recreation activities for all Saskatchewan people regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, economic status, physical or mental ability.

It provides funds to community non-profit volunteer organizations in support of sport, culture and recreation programs;

It allows communities to establish local priorities; and

It stipulates that all participating groups, from administration to beneficiary, are responsible for ensure complete and accurate accounting.

Applications for funding or more information is available at the Cabri Town Office.

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