Norquay is a town in the province of Saskatchewan. The town was named after John Norquay, who was the premier of Manitoba from 1878-1887. The slogan of the town is "Where Prairie Meets Pine," because it is located between Saskatchewan's Parkland region and the forest and wilderness in the north. The land of Norquay is very fertile and perfect for agriculture, which is the base of the town's local economy.
Most Norquay residents rely on their cars to get to school, work, and a multitude of other places. When their cars need maintenance or repairs, they come to Sharp Auto in Yorkton. To get to our shop from Norquay, head south on Main Street toward SK-49 E/SK-8 S. Turn right onto SK-49 W/SK-8 N, then turn left onto Saskota Flyway/SK-9 S. Turn right onto Yellowhead Highway/York Road E/SK-16 W, then turn left onto Myrtle Avenue. Our shop will be on the right at 278 Myrtle Avenue.
We have been fixing cars since 1999 and all of our technicians have decades of combined experience and are well-informed in all things auto repair. Here are some reasons why you should choose Sharp Auto in Yorkton:
If you are a Norquay resident, don't hesitate to schedule an appointment with Sharp Auto in Yorkton today. You can do so online or give us a call at 306-782-2396.