Rokeby, Saskatchewan

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Rokeby is a hamlet in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Rokeby is located 10 km southeast of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, and 11.3 km northwest of Saltcoats, Saskatchewan. [1]

Rokeby lies along the south side of the Yellowhead Highway and is easily recognized by its white Community Hall, where ski-goers often gather in the winter before heading on a day-long derby tour. It is part of the Rural Municipality of Wallace No. 243, along with many other surrounding towns and hamlets.

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