Facts About North Battleford
North Battleford is a city in west-central Saskatchewan, Canada.
North Battleford is the seventh-largest city in the province and is directly across the North Saskatchewan River from the Town of Battleford.
The highest temperature ever recorded in North Battleford was 39.5 °C on 13 July 2002. The coldest temperature ever recorded was −51.7 °C on 1 February 1893 and 12 January 1916.
The Assyrians were one of the first settlers of the area in and around North Battleford. The immigrant colony comprised 36 men and a few women from the town of Urmia in northwestern Persia.
The Median age of the population of North Battleford is 36.9 years old.
The two communities, Battleford and North Battleford are known as “The Battlefords”.
The Latter Rain Revival, a Christian movement, started here in 1946–48.
Early European settlement began as a result of fur trading by French colonists in the late 18th century.
The North Battleford Public Library was built in 1916 with a $15,000 grant from the Carnegie Foundation of New York. and the Canadian National Railways Station was built in 1956.
The Land area of North Battleford is 33.55 km2.