In the far southwest corner of Saskatchewan, in the Rural Municipality of Reno #51, surrounded by 3,461 square kilometers of the rolling Cypress Hills and open grasslands along highways 13 and 21 is the Village of Consul.

Consul might be tiny but it offers many services: school, skating and curling rink, bakery with restaurant, community hall, credit union, Pioneer Co-op (Bulk store and grocery), two churches, library, hair dresser to name a few. Read more at

Consul Play School – ages 3 to 4
Reno Rascals Early Learning & Childcare
Consul School – K to 12
Music (Guitar & piano)

RM of Reno
Village of Consul
Re-cycling and garbage pick-up in Consul

Reno 4H Multi-club
Consul Figure Skating
Fishing/Boating – creeks and Cypress Lake
Church youth groups
Church of God Women’s Ministry
Catholic Women’s League
Ladies Fellowship Evening
Senior’s Club (cards, socials etc)

Museum (open 24 hrs a day everyday at
Reno Rodeo and Ag Society
Swimming, hiking and zip-line at Cypress Hills InterProvincial Park

Big Squirt Car Wash
Warlin Ice Cream and SGI Auto Fund
Manley’s Bread & Honey Bakery and Restaurant
Upper Kuts Hair
Southline Gas and Oilfield Services (Also tires at and mechanical repair)
Brandy Tremblay Fencing & Welding
Lacelle Mobile Welding
Reno Reader Newsletter
Several home businesses selling gourmet kitchen cookware & food; tea; make-up; websites, and more.

Medical, dental and eye services are available at Maple Creek, Eastend and Shaunavon, all within an hour from Antelope Springs Ranch. EMS is run by community volunteers.