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To purchase your brick please contact the Town Office. Quantity limited.
TheTown of Morse would like to thank Councillor Bakus for heading up the initive to paint the outdoor rink. It was a monumental task to undertake. Thanks to Councillors Penner and Adamson for making it easier; a special thank you to Mrs. Alice Byklum who volunteered long hours and boundless energy. This winter our community has a beautiful rink to enjoy thanks to your efforts and dedication.
A big thank you from all the little residents in the town of Morse to Mrs. Alice Byklum for selecting the new playground equipment, we know it was not an easy task with the limited budget.
The community calendar is a great way to promote your upcoming event.
If you have your meeting or event scheduled, post your event on the community event calendar today.
How do you post your event? Send us an email of your event with all the information. Once your event is approved it will appear on the calendar
To submit your event, please email us:
Welcome to the Town of Morse!

We invite you to visit our town and experience the small community values to be found in Morse. Our town is a friendly community with a sense of harmony and security. The town offers the comfort & safety of small town life, and the convenience of city amenities close by, Morse is the place to be!The cost of living is one of the lowest in Southern Saskatchewan. The purchase price and tax rates remain low in the town providing affordable housing. Developers can build in our community without the worry of high property taxes. For more information about the real estate in the Town of Morse, contact our town office.

Cenetaph bricks for sale at the town office following memorial day service and brunch at the community centre.
We have launched a Facebook page for our town in order to bring you upto date information on town events and news. Please "Like" the page in order to receive current information.
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NOTICE - Starting November 1, 2014 - Garbage will be picked up on curbside Mondays and Thursdays.
STREET SIGNS - To whomever that stole/vandalized street signs.
We understand that the signs are cool, but theft or damage to these signs makes our streets dangerous. Please resist the urge to deface or steal the signs as it can end up with a heavy fine for you and/or your parents along with other consequences.
A very special honour for the Mayor of Morse.

Mayor George Byklum has been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for outstanding contribution of his community and ultimately to all of Canada.
The Diamond Jubilee Medal, created last year to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II's 60-year reign as Canada's Monarch, is being presented to 60,000 Canadians who have made significant contributions to their communities.
Mayor Byklum was born and raised in Morse, and has served on the Town Council for 10 years before running for Mayor. George Byklum has served for over 40 years with the Morse Volunteer Fire Department and is credited with having saved more than one life.
Thank you for visiting our site. You are our Geologische Gutachtenvisitor.