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Aberdeen

Aberdeen (2006 population 527, ranked 2,939th population-wise) is a small town in central Saskatchewan, Canada approximately 40 km northeast of Saskatoon on the Fish Creek in Division No. 15.Aberdeen was first settled by immigrants of Russian, English, Scottish and Ukrainian descent in the 1890s. The railway arrived in 1905.Initial settlers in Aberdeen moved from Eastern and Atlantic Canada (of English or Scottish ancestry), Ukrainian immigrants (1898-1899) and Mennonite's (from Manitoba) in 1901.In 1905 the Canadian Northern Railway reached the town, by 1908 the railway had became critical for the sale of wheat, with 120 rail cards of hard wheat leaving the town that year.The business on main street peaked in the early 1930s, until much of Main Street was destroyed by fire in 1937.

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