Eatonia Library, Saskatchewan

Ingles, Ernie; Jackson, Carrie
August 2008
Feliciter;2008, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p187
The article features the town of Eatonia in Saskatchewan. The town is surrounded by beautiful fields of wheat and canola and provides many amenities including swimming pool, arena and municipal airport. It was originally called Eaton, in honour of John Craig Eaton, the son of the founder of the department store chain, T. Eaton Co. Ltd. The Eatonia community library is one of the heritage attractions of the town which is situated in the old CNR station.


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