Bredenbury is a town, in the rural municipality of Saltcoats, No. 213,
The population of Bredenbury is 329. The main industries in the area are farming as well as potash mining near Esterhazy. The community is known in the area for its enthusiastic Christmas light displays which have won national awards.
Bredenbury is located on the Yellowhead Highway (#16). It is 41 kilometres southeast of Yorkton and 50 km west of the Manitoba border. Bredenbury is approximately 2.5 hours from Regina and four hours from Winnipeg. The surrounding land is mainly used for agriculture and ranching.
Bredenbury has an economy based largely on agriculture, potash mining and the railway, along with their supporting businesses. A CPR main line runs through the town. There are railway car cleaning and fertilizer plants in Bredenbury as well.
Bredenbury was incorporated in 1913. There are conflicting stories about the origin of the town's name. One version is that the town was named after A.E. Bredin, a railway land inspector. Another says that it was named after "Lord Brendenbury", who was a stockholder in the Manitoba Northwest Railway Company. It may be of relevance that there is a small parish and village called Bredenbury in the English county of Herefordshire. Bredenbury is often referred to by the locals as "God's Garden".