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Foam Lake - Saskatchewan
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Area Information
- Location: Foam lake is a town
a town 220 km southeast of Saskatoon on the Yellohead Highway.
- Foam Lake received its name back in 1883 from Joshua Milligan, one of the first settlers to the area, when he noticed the foam that formed along the shores of a shallow body of water northwest of the town. It was incorporated as a town in 1924.
- Foam Lake is centered in a mixed farming area, but is also home to the Foam Lake Heritage ​Marsh, a large staging area in the fall for thousands of geese, ducks, cranes and swans on their southward migration. The community also hosts Veselka, an annual Ukrainian Festival with great entertainment and great food. Tourism Saskatchewan

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