|Post office Founded||May 1, 1900|
|Incorporated (Village of the Northwest Territories)||March 14, 1903|
|• Mayor||Jeff Brown|
|• Town Administrator||Stephen Schury|
|• Governing body||Milestone Town Council|
|• Total||2.17 km2 (0.84 sq mi)|
|• Density||321.7/km2 (833/sq mi)|
|Waterways||Souris River valley|
Milestone is a town in southeast Saskatchewan, Canada, on Saskatchewan Highway 39. The town was named after C. W. Milestone (superintendent of the New Soo Line) in 1893. The town serves as a service centre for the neighbouring countryside with the area's economy dominated by agriculture.
Three churches offer services; Milestone United Church, Milestone St. Aloysius Catholic Church and Milestone Alliance Church. Other facilities provided within the town include a public pool, campground, ice rink and various shops and services.
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Milestone Elementary School teaches Kindergarten to Grade 4 while Milestone High School offers classes up to Grade 12.
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