Carnduff - A Community on the Move!


Economic Development

The Town of Carnduff is a vibrant & growing community. The active oil industry & rebounding agricultural industry has provided a positive environment for growth in almost all areas of the commercial sector. This has also prompted development in the urban residential development.

The Council of the Town of Carnduff strives at encouraging economic development within & around municipal boundaries. The Town works closely with the R.M. of Mount Pleasant #2 to ensure avenues are taken that will enhance commercial & residential development of the area.

The Economic Development Office is here to support you as you begin and grow your business. If you are considering entering into a new business venture, let us help you! We are able to provide you with information on alternative financing options as well as resources for business start-up and growth. For more information on economic development and incentives in the area or to discuss your businesses future plans, please contact the Economic Development Office at 306.482.3503 or the Town Hall at 306.482.3300.


"We moved to Carnduff in 2005 where we purchased the SUBWAY restaurant. When we did our business case for this purchase we found Carnduff to be a unique small town. It is one that is growing and the progress is evident. The new High School was an added bonus for us! People here have been very friendly and supportive, making doing business here very easy. Business in SUBWAY hits the average for all Subway's in Saskatchewan - amazing for a town with a smaller population! We have decided to expand our service to the community by adding a Coffee House. A 2 - bay garage has been converted into a modern day establishment which we've named the 'William's Bay Coffee House' which should be functioning in the near future. I would highly recommend Carnduff to anyone looking at starting a business venture - it's a great place to live and a fantastic place to retire!!

- Ed & Judith Oldridge ~ Owner/General Manager for Carnduff Subway/William's Bay Coffee House