Thursday, April 28, 2016

X is for Xena, Saskatchewan

Xena, Saskatchewan was a village in Saskatchewan. The last building was demolished in the 1970s. It is now an unincorporated area in the rural municipality of Morris No. 312, in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Xena is located on Highway 2 in central Saskatchewan.

Xena was part of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway later named the Canadian National Railway alphabet railway naming system appearing between Watrous and Young.

Saskatchewan Gen Web - One Room School Project

Saskatchewan is 34 hr.s (3,224 km) from Saint - Hyacinthe and 36 hrs. (3,445 km) from Quebec City.


  1. We had the same word, but I focuses on the meaning. :) I learned something new today. Thanks. :)

  2. The name Saskatchewan has always fascinated me as a name! ~Liz