Smiley is a village in Prairiedale Rural Municipality No. 321, Saskatchewan, Canada. The population was 50 at the 2006 Canada Census. The village is located approximately 20 km north west of the Town of Kindersley at the intersection of Highway 307 and Highway 772. The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway was completed in 1913 bringing an economic boom to the village's early years. On April 26, 1987 the Dodsland subdivision between Dodsland and Smiley was transferred to the Canadian Pacific Railway. Due to the close proximity to major grain centers such as Kindersley, CPR put the line up for abandonment and was granted permission to remove the track by the Canadian Transportation Agency on October 29, 1997. An F3 tornado struck here leaving a ten kilometer path and taking two unknown lives on July 6, 1935. Wikipedia
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