Maple Creek

Welcome To Maple Creek

Saskatchewan Crimestoppers a community program that successfully combines the efforts of the Public, the Media and the Police to solve crime in our communities.

By offering cash awards and ensuring complete anonymity, Crime Stoppers has eliminated two of the biggest obstacles that normally keep the public from getting involved, namely Fear and Apathy.

Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers was founded in 1987 with the objective of providing this program to all Rural Municipalities, Cities, Towns and Villages not previously benefiting from a Crime Stoppers program. The residents of these areas are the beneficiaries of the Crime Stoppers program by making their communities safer places to live. This is being accomplished through an increased percentage of crimes solved and stolen property recovered. The program also sends a strong preventative message that we, the residents of Saskatchewan, are not willing to turn a blind eye on crime.

Have a TIP to report?

Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network:

Looking for information about the Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network mentioned in the RCMP Townhall Meeting at the Armoury on January 15th, 2020? 

Click here for Government of Saskatchewan news release from April 2019. 

Here is link to the sign up page. 

RCMP Townhall Meeting - January 15th, 2020

MNP posed four questions at the RCMP Townhall Meeting in Maple Creek on January 15th, 2020. 

  1. 1. What are your concerns regarding safety in your community?
  2. 2. What are some positives of the current deployment system?
  3. 3. What are some of the challenges with the current deployment system?
  4. 4. What, in your opinion , can be done to address the challenges?
  5. Send your response to:
  6. Prince of Wales Prize:

National Trust of Canada announces Maple Creek as the 2019 recipient of the Prince of Wales Prize.

The 2019 Prince of Wales Prize recognizes the Town of Maple Creek for its sustained commitment to heritage conservation over time, seen in the high level of broad community engagement, its committed leadership, and the quality of its environment. 

Further details available here.  


Community Events

  • Forget-Me-Not

    Tuesday February 25, 2020, Great Plains College

  • Artists Jam & Open Mic

    Friday March 6, 2020

  • Forget-Me-Not

    Tuesday March 31, 2020, Great Plains College

  • Forget-Me-Not

    Tuesday April 28, 2020 - 7:00 pm, Great Plains College

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