Forget is a village within the Rural Municipality of Tecumseh No. 65, province of Saskatchewan, Canada. The village had a population of 55 in the 2016 Canada Census. The village is named in honour of Amédée E. Forget, the first Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.
Driving along Highway 13, it’s easy to pass by Forget (pronounced ‘for-jay’) without much notice. With just one operating business, a church and some abandoned buildings, the tiny, two-block settlement in Saskatchewan’s south-eastern corner doesn’t seem like much.
Miles of monochromatic farmland stretch in every direction, and the skeletons of maple, poplar and ash trees stand guard along the town’s border. A light dusting of snow carpets the ground and buries the prairie grass and caragana shrubs that protect the countryside from extreme windstorms. In the distance, drilling rigs are the only movement on the horizon.
Visitors know they have arrived when the asphalt road comes to an end about a mile down from the main highway. With a few clusters of homesteads and some withered red barns, Forget feels like a pastoral landscape passed over by time.
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