Along Highway 13, heading towards Moose Jaw, the road passes what was once the thriving community of Horizon, Saskatchewan. In 2011, its population stood at five people—classifying it as a Ghost Town. The community may have gone but not its standing monuments that reminisce of what once was.
There exists two elevators and a small church. The Federal Elevator was constructed in 1922 and was in use until 1996 when the rail line was abandoned. A group of local farmers have purchased the line as part of the Red Coat Road and Rail Line Ltd. The Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Elevator was constructed in 1953 and is still in use. Both elevators were purchased by the Horizon Ag Co-op and are both designated Heritage Properties. The small church was constructed in 1928 as St. Cunegunda Roman Catholic Church and has also been designated a Heritage Property.
Today, the church has become the Horizon Community Church Centre. Though time has moved people on, the past remains present in its standing memories.
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