List of municipalities in Saskatchewan

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Map of Canada with Saskatchewan highlighted in red
Location of Saskatchewan in Canada
Map of urban, rural and northern municipalities in Saskatchewan as of 2013
Distribution of Saskatchewan's 466 urban, 296 rural and 24 northern municipalities

Saskatchewan is the sixth-most populous province in Canada with 1,033,381 residents as of 2011 and is the fifth-largest in land area at approximately 588,000 km2 (227,000 sq mi).[1] In 2011, Saskatchewan's 786 municipalities covered 52.7% of the province's land mass and were home to 94.1% of its population.[2][3][a] On December 31, 2013, this total was reduced to 782 when Antler, Gladmar, Ruthilda and Shackleton all dissolved from village status.[4][5] These 782 municipalities are local government "creatures of provincial jurisdiction" with natural persons power.[6] One of the key purposes of Saskatchewan's municipalities are "to provide services, facilities and other things that, in the opinion of council, are necessary or desirable for all or a part of the municipality".[6] Other purposes are to: "provide good government"; "develop and maintain a safe and viable community"; "foster economic, social and environmental well-being" and "provide wise stewardship of public assets."[6]

The Government of Saskatchewan's Ministry of Municipal Relations recognizes three general types of municipalities and seven sub-types – urban municipalities (cities, towns, villages and resort villages), rural municipalities and northern municipalities (northern towns, northern villages and northern hamlets).[2] Cities are formed under the provincial authority of The Cities Act, which was enacted in 2002.[7] Towns, villages, resort villages and rural municipalities are formed under the authority of The Municipalities Act, enacted in 2005.[8] The three sub-types of northern municipalities are formed under the authority of The Northern Municipalities Act, enacted in 2010.[9] As provincial laws, these three acts were passed by the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan with royal assent granted by the Lieutenant Governor.

Of Saskatchewan's 782 municipalities, 462 of them are urban municipalities (16 cities, 146 towns, 160 villages and 40 resort villages), 296 are rural municipalities and 24 are northern municipalities (2 northern towns, 11 northern villages and 11 northern hamlets).[2] The Cities Act, The Municipalities Act and The Northern Municipalities Act stipulate governance of these municipalities.[7][8][9] Saskatchewan's Ministry of Municipal Relations is responsible for providing provincial programs and services to municipalities.[10]

In 2011, just over 40% of Saskatchewan's population resided in its two largest cities. Saskatoon, the largest city, is home to 22% of the province's population (222,189 residents), while Regina, Saskatchewan's capital city, is home to 19% (193,100 residents).[3] The villages of Dafoe, Keeler, Krydor and Valparaiso are all tied as Saskatchewan's smallest municipalities by population with 15 people each.[3][4][5] The largest municipality by land area is the Rural Municipality of Hudson Bay No. 394 at 12,463 km2 (4,812 sq mi), while the smallest by land area are the resort villages of Etters Beach and Pelican Pointe at 0.12 km2 (0.046 sq mi) each.[3]

Urban municipalities[edit]

Map of urban municipalities by type in Saskatchewan as of 2013
Distribution of Saskatchewan's 16 cities, 146 towns, 264 villages and 40 resort villages as of 2013
Skyline of Saskatoon
Downtown Saskatoon, the largest city in Saskatchewan
Downtown Regina as seen from Victoria Park
Downtown Regina, Saskatchewan as seen from Victoria Park

As of 2014, Saskatchewan has 462 urban municipalities, which includes the sub-types of cities, towns, villages and resort villages.[2]

Cities[edit]

A city can be created from a town by Saskatchewan's Minister of Municipal Relations by ministerial order via section 39 of The Cities Act if it has a population of 5,000 or more and the change in status is requested by the town council.[7] A city does not automatically revert to town status if the population drops below 5,000; this only occurs if the city council requests it, the majority of electors vote to revert to town status, or the minister is of the opinion that the reversion to town status is in the public interest.[7] Melville retains its city status despite dropping below the 5,000 population threshold in the 1990s.

Saskatchewan has 16 cities including Lloydminster, which traverses the provincial border with Alberta.[2] Unlike Lloydminster, Flin Flon, which traverses the provincial border with Manitoba, is not officially recognized as a city. Saskatchewan's 16 cities had a cumulative population of 595,678 and an average population of 37,230 in the 2011 Census.[3] Saskatchewan's largest and smallest cities are Saskatoon and Melville with populations of 222,189 and 4,546 respectively.[3][11]

Towns[edit]

A town can be created from a village or resort village by Saskatchewan's Minister of Municipal Relations by ministerial order via section 52 of The Municipalities Act if it has a population of 500 or more.[8] Upon reaching a population of 5,000, a town's council may request the minister to change its status to a city in accordance with section 39 of The Cities Act.[7] Should a town's population decline to less than 500, its council may request its status be reverted to village or resort village status.[8]

Saskatchewan has 146 towns that had a cumulative population of 137,611 and an average population of 943 in the 2011 Census.[2][3] Saskatchewan's largest and smallest towns are Kindersley and Scott with populations of 4,678 and 75 respectively.[3]

Villages[edit]

A village can be created from an organized hamlet by Saskatchewan's Minister of Municipal Relations by ministerial order via section 51 of The Municipalities Act if it meets four requirements. It must have:[8]

  • been an organized hamlet for three or more years;
  • a population of 100 or more;
  • 50 or more dwellings or businesses; and
  • a taxable assessment base that meets a prescribed minimum.[b]

Upon reaching a population of 500, a village's council may request the minister to change its status to a town in accordance with section 52 of The Municipalities Act.[8]

Saskatchewan has 260 villages that had a cumulative population of 43,140 and an average population of 163 in the 2011 Census.[2][3] Saskatchewan's largest village is Caronport with a population of 1,068, while Dafoe, Keeler, Krydor and Valparaiso are all tied are the province's smallest villages with populations of 15 each.[3]

Resort villages[edit]

Like a village, a resort village can be created from an organized hamlet by Saskatchewan's Minister of Municipal Relations by ministerial order via section 51 of The Municipalities Act if it has: been an organized hamlet for three or more years; a population of 100 or more; 50 or more dwellings or businesses; and a taxable assessment base that meets a prescribed minimum.[8][b] Upon reaching a population of 500, a resort village's council may request the minister to change its status to a town in accordance with section 52 of The Municipalities Act.[8]

Saskatchewan has 40 resort villages that had a cumulative population of 4,092 and an average population of 102 in the 2011 Census.[2][3] Saskatchewan's largest and smallest resort villages are Candle Lake and the Lumsden Beach with populations of 765 and 10 respectively.[3][11]

List of urban municipalities[edit]

Name Status Incorporation date Rural municipality[c] Population
(2011)
Population
(2006)
Change
(%)
Land
area
(km²)
Population
density
(per km2)
Estevan City March 1, 1957 Estevan No. 5 11,054 10,084 9.6 18.85 586.6
Flin Flon (part)[d] City 229 242 −5.4 2.37 96.4
Humboldt City November 7, 2000 Humboldt No. 370 5,678 4,998 13.6 13.46 421.9
Lloydminster (part)[e] City January 1, 1958 Britannia No. 502 9,772 8,118 20.4 17.34 563.6
Martensville City November 3, 2009 Corman Park No. 344 7,716 4,978 55.0 6.23 1,239.3
Meadow Lake City November 3, 2009 Meadow Lake No. 588 5,045 4,771 5.7 7.95 634.2
Melfort City September 2, 1980 Star City No. 428 5,576 5,192 7.4 14.78 377.3
Melville City August 1, 1960 Cana No. 214 4,546[11] 4,149 9.6 14.82 306.7
Moose Jaw City November 20, 1903 Moose Jaw No. 161 33,274 32,132 3.6 50.68 656.5
North Battleford City May 1, 1913 North Battleford No. 437 13,888 13,190 5.3 33.55 414.0
Prince Albert City October 8, 1904 Prince Albert No. 461 35,129 34,127 2.9 65.74 534.4
Regina[f] City June 19, 1903 Sherwood No. 159 193,100 179,282 7.7 145.45 1,327.6
Saskatoon[g] City May 26, 1906 Corman Park No. 344 222,189 202,408 9.8 209.56 1,060.3
Swift Current City January 15, 1914 Swift Current No. 137 15,503 14,946 3.7 24.04 644.9
Warman[h] City October 24, 2012 Corman Park No. 344 7,084 4,769 48.5 8.54 829.7
Weyburn City September 1, 1913 Weyburn No. 67 10,484 9,433 11.1 18.49 566.9
Yorkton City February 1, 1928 Orkney No. 244 15,669 15,038 4.2 25.77 608.1
Aberdeen Town November 1, 1988 Aberdeen No. 373 599 527 13.7 1.95 307.0
Alameda Town April 15, 1907 Moose Creek No. 33 342 308 11.0 2.55 133.9
Allan Town December 1, 1965 Bayne No. 371 648 631 2.7 1.78 363.2
Arborfield Town June 1, 1950 Arborfield No. 456 326 329 −0.9 0.88 370.5
Arcola Town November 20, 1903 Brock No. 64 649 509 27.5 3.39 191.5
Asquith Town August 15, 1908 Vanscoy No. 345 603 576 4.7 1.23 491.4
Assiniboia Town October 1, 1913 Lake of the Rivers No. 72 2,418 2,305 4.9 3.78 639.8
Balcarres Town January 1, 1951 Abernethy No. 186 617 598 3.2 1.57 392.9
Balgonie Town September 1, 1907 Edenwold No. 158 1,625 1,384 17.4 3.15 515.8
Battleford Town June 15, 1904 Battle River No. 438 4,065 3,685 10.3 23.33 174.2
Bengough Town April 1, 1958 Bengough No. 40 313 337 −7.1 1.07 292.0
Bienfait Town March 1, 1957 Coalfields No. 4 780 748 4.3 3.09 252.4
Big River Town October 1, 1966 Big River No. 555 639 728 −12.2 2.51 255.0
Biggar Town November 1, 1911 Biggar No. 347 2,161 2,033 6.3 15.75 137.2
Birch Hills Town August 1, 1960 Birch Hills No. 460 1,064 935 13.8 2.27 468.4
Blaine Lake Town March 1, 1954 Blaine Lake No. 434 510 472 8.1 1.95 261.6
Bredenbury Town May 1, 1913 Saltcoats No. 213 364 329 10.6 4.80 75.8
Broadview Town May 15, 1907 Elcapo No. 154 574 611 −6.1 2.45 233.8
Bruno Town January 1, 1962 Bayne No. 371 574 495 16.0 0.95 606.1
Burstall Town November 1, 1976 Deer Forks No. 232 301 315 −4.4 1.11 270.0
Cabri Town April 16, 1917 Riverside No. 168 399 439 −9.1 1.33 298.9
Canora Town November 1, 1910 Good Lake No. 274 2,219 2,013 10.2 7.31 303.7
Carlyle Town January 1, 1906 Antler No. 61 1,441 1,257 14.6 3.19 451.1
Carnduff Town August 12, 1905 Mount Pleasant No. 2 1,126 1,012 11.3 2.26 497.3
Carrot River Town April 1, 1948 Moose Range No. 486 1,000 941 6.3 1.42 706.4
Central Butte Town July 1, 1967 Enfield No. 194 365 372 −1.9 2.24 163.2
Choiceland Town January 1, 1979 Torch River No. 488 381 346 10.1 1.12 340.8
Churchbridge Town March 1, 1964 Churchbridge No. 211 743 704 5.5 2.76 269.2
Colonsay Town January 1, 1977 Colonsay No. 342 475 425 11.8 2.46 193.1
Coronach Town November 1, 1978 Hart Butte No. 11 711 770 −7.7 2.33 304.9
Craik Town August 1, 1907 Craik No. 222 453 408 11.0 3.02 150.0
Cudworth Town October 1, 1961 Hoodoo No. 401 770 738 4.3 2.21 348.7
Cupar Town January 1, 1961 Cupar No. 218 579 566 2.3 0.80 726.7
Cut Knife Town August 1, 1968 Cut Knife No. 439 517 532 −2.8 1.99 259.3
Dalmeny Town April 1, 1983 Corman Park No. 344 1,702 1,560 9.1 2.27 751.0
Davidson Town November 15, 1906 Arm River No. 252 1,025 958 7.0 4.49 228.4
Delisle Town November 1, 1913 Vanscoy No. 345 975 898 8.6 2.49 391.3
Duck Lake Town November 1, 1911 Duck Lake No. 463 577 605 −4.6 2.73 211.6
Dundurn Town November 1, 1980 Dundurn No. 314 693 647 7.1 1.37 505.3
Eastend Town March 15, 1920 White Valley No. 49 527 471 11.9 2.71 194.7
Eatonia Town January 1, 1954 Chesterfield No. 261 508 449 13.1 1.68 301.6
Elrose Town February 1, 1951 Monet No. 257 477 453 5.3 2.76 172.8
Esterhazy Town March 1, 1957 Fertile Belt No. 183 2,472 2,336 5.8 4.75 520.9
Eston Town December 1, 1928 Snipe Lake No. 259 1,031 971 6.2 2.72 379.3
Fleming Town June 15, 1907 Moosomin No. 121 83 75 10.7 2.17 38.3
Foam Lake Town March 1, 1924 Foam Lake No. 276 1,148 1,123 2.2 6.06 189.4
Fort Qu'Appelle Town January 1, 1951 North Qu'Appelle No. 187 2,034 1,919 6.0 5.28 385.0
Francis Town September 24, 1906 Francis No. 127 176 148 18.9 0.59 297.4
Govan Town November 1, 1911 Last Mountain Valley No. 250 216 232 −6.9 1.35 159.7
Gravelbourg Town November 1, 1916 Gravelbourg No. 104 1,116 1,089 2.5 3.23 346.0
Grenfell Town November 1, 1911 Elcapo No. 154 1,049 947 10.8 3.17 331.2
Gull Lake Town November 1, 1911 Gull Lake No. 139 989 965 2.5 2.50 395.6
Hafford Town January 1, 1981 Redberry No. 435 397 360 10.3 0.80 496.8
Hague Town November 1, 1991 Rosthern No. 403 878 707 24.2 1.08 815.5
Hanley Town December 1, 1906 Rosedale No. 283 522 464 12.5 2.65 196.8
Hepburn Town October 24, 2012 Laird No. 404 562 530 6.0 1.02 548.4
Herbert Town November 1, 1912 Morse No. 165 759 742 2.3 3.78 200.7
Hudson Bay Town November 30, 1946 Hudson Bay No. 394 1,504[11] 1,646 −8.6 17.35 86.7
Imperial Town April 1, 1962 Big Arm No. 251 349 321 8.7 1.23 283.5
Indian Head Town April 19, 1902 Indian Head No. 156 1,815 1,634 11.1 3.17 572.1
Ituna Town October 1, 1961 Ituna Bon Accord No. 246 711 622 14.3 1.56 455.5
Kamsack Town November 1, 1911 Cote No. 271 1,825 1,713 6.5 5.85 311.8
Kelvington Town May 1, 1944 Kelvington No. 366 890[11] 866 2.8 3.89 228.8
Kerrobert Town November 1, 1911 Progress No. 351 1,061 1,001 6.0 7.49 141.7
Kindersley Town November 1, 1910 Kindersley No. 290 4,678 4,412 6.0 12.55 372.8
Kinistino Town February 7, 1952 Kinistino No. 459 743 643 15.6 0.98 758.8
Kipling Town January 1, 1954 Kingsley No. 124 1,051 973 8.0 2.15 487.9
Kyle Town January 1, 1959 Lacadena No. 228 437 423 3.3 1.14 383.1
Lafleche Town June 1, 1953 Wood River No. 74 406 370 9.7 1.51 269.7
Lampman Town June 1, 1963 Browning No. 34 713 634 12.5 2.23 319.9
Langenburg Town September 15, 1959 Langenburg No. 181 1,148 1,048 9.5 3.46 332.2
Langham Town August 1, 1907 Corman Park No. 344 1,290 1,120 15.2 3.98 324.4
Lanigan Town April 15, 1908 Usborne No. 310 1,390 1,233 12.7 8.34 166.8
Lashburn Town March 1, 1979 Manitou Lake No. 442 967 914 5.8 3.11 310.5
Leader Town May 1, 1947 Happyland No. 231 821 881 −6.8 1.71 481.2
Lemberg Town September 1, 1907 Abernethy No. 186 274 255 7.5 2.67 102.7
Leroy Town March 1, 1963 Leroy No. 339 427 412 3.6 1.06 402.1
Lumsden Town March 15, 1905 Lumsden No. 189 1,631 1,523 7.1 4.06 402.0
Luseland Town January 1, 1954 Progress No. 351 566 571 −0.9 1.53 369.6
Macklin Town November 1, 1912 Eye Hill No. 382 1,415 1,290 9.7 3.14 450.7
Maidstone Town March 1, 1955 Eldon No. 471 1,156 1,037 11.5 4.56 253.5
Maple Creek Town April 30, 1903 Maple Creek No. 111 2,176 2,198 −1.0 4.42 492.1
Marshall Town October 26, 2006 Wilton No. 472 594[11] 608 −2.3 1.01 588.1
Midale Town March 1, 1962 Cymri No. 36 562 462 21.6 1.53 368.5
Milestone Town August 15, 1906 Brock No. 64 618 562 10.0 2.17 284.4
Moosomin Town March 20, 1889 Moosomin No. 121 2,485 2,262 9.9 7.59 327.5
Morse Town November 1, 1912 Morse No. 165 240 236 1.7 1.45 165.7
Mossbank Town May 15, 1959 Lake Johnston No. 102 327 330 −0.9 1.75 186.8
Naicam Town September 1, 1954 Pleasantdale No. 398 686 690 −0.6 1.69 405.5
Nipawin Town May 1, 1937 Nipawin No. 487 4,265 4,076 4.6 8.71 489.4
Nokomis Town August 15, 1908 Wreford No. 280 397 404 −1.7 2.61 152.3
Norquay Town March 1, 1963 Clayton No. 333 435 412 5.6 1.69 258.0
Ogema Town January 7, 1913 Key West No. 70 368 304 21.1 1.43 257.6
Osler Town ) November 1, 1985 Corman Park No. 344 1,088 926 17.5 1.55 700.6
Outlook Town November 1, 1909 Rudy No. 284 2,204 1,938 13.7 7.83 281.3
Oxbow Town May 30, 1904 Enniskillen No. 3 1,285 1,139 12.8 3.13 410.0
Pense Town October 24, 2012 Pense No. 160 532 507 4.9 1.32 402.6
Pilot Butte Town November 1, 1980 McLeod No. 185 1,848 1,872 −1.3 5.05 365.6
Ponteix Town April 1, 1957 Grassy Creek No. 78 605 531 13.9 1.09 556.0
Porcupine Plain Town January 1, 1968 Porcupine No. 395 855 783 9.2 2.27 377.2
Preeceville Town November 30, 1946 Preeceville No. 334 1,070 1,050 1.9 3.06 350.2
Qu'Appelle Town February 20, 1904 South Qu'Appelle No. 157 668 624 7.1 4.22 158.1
Radisson Town July 1, 1913 Great Bend No. 405 505 421 20.0 2.07 243.6
Radville Town May 1, 1913 Laurier No. 38 860 793 8.4 2.16 398.6
Raymore Town August 1, 1963 Moose Range No. 486 568 581 −2.2 2.75 206.8
Redvers Town July 6, 1960 Antler No. 61 975 878 11.0 2.96 329.0
Regina Beach Town November 1, 1980 Lumsden No. 189 1,081 1,210 −10.7 3.88 278.5
Rocanville Town August 1, 1967 Rocanville No. 151 857 869 −1.4 2.43 352.3
Rockglen Town September 1, 1957 Poplar Valley No. 12 400 366 9.3 2.85 140.4
Rose Valley Town January 1, 1962 Ponass Lake No. 367 296 338 −12.4 1.12 263.4
Rosetown Town November 1, 1911 St. Andrews No. 287 2,317 2,277 1.8 12.14 190.8
Rosthern Town November 20, 1903 Rosthern No. 403 1,572 1,382 13.7 4.31 365.0
Rouleau Town March 1, 1907 Redburn No. 130 453 400 13.3 1.61 282.2
Saltcoats Town November 1, 1910 Saltcoats No. 213 474 467 1.5 1.35 352.2
Scott Town November 1, 1910 Tramping Lake No. 380 75 91 −17.6 4.39 17.1
Shaunavon Town November 1, 1914 Grassy Creek No. 78 1,756 1,691 3.8 5.10 344.2
Shellbrook Town April 1, 1948 Shellbrook No. 493 1,433 1,230 16.5 3.67 390.3
Sintaluta Town June 1, 1907 Indian Head No. 156 120 98 22.4 2.70 44.5
Southey Town November 1, 1980 Cupar No. 218 778 711 9.4 1.56 499.8
Spiritwood Town September 1, 1965 Spiritwood No. 496 916 911 0.5 2.95 310.0
Springside Town November 1, 1985 St. Philips No. 301 534 513 4.1 0.68 791.0
St. Brieux Town November 8, 2006 Lake Lenore No. 399 590 492 19.9 2.55 231.4
St. Walburg Town February 1, 1953 Frenchman Butte No. 501 716 672 6.5 2.12 338.0
Star City Town November 1, 1921 Star City No. 428 460 428 7.5 0.70 661.1
Stoughton Town June 1, 1960 Tecumseh No. 65 694 653 6.3 3.41 203.2
Strasbourg Town July 1, 1907 McKillop No. 220 752 732 2.7 5.70 132.0
Sturgis Town March 1, 1951 Preeceville No. 334 620 575 7.8 3.41 181.6
Tisdale Town November 1, 1920 Tisdale No. 427 3,180 3,000 6.0 6.47 491.5
Turtleford Town July 1, 1983 Mervin No. 499 525 461 13.9 1.69 311.6
Unity Town November 1, 1919 Round Valley No. 410 2,389 2,147 11.3 9.77 244.6
Vonda Town May 6, 1907 Grant No. 372 353 322 9.6 2.86 123.6
Wadena Town April 1, 1912 Lakeview No. 337 1,306 1,315 −0.7 2.91 449.5
Wakaw Town August 1, 1953 Fish Creek No. 402 985 864 14.0 3.12 315.9
Waldheim Town March 1, 1967 Laird No. 404 1,035 868 19.2 1.97 525.5
Wapella Town November 20, 1903 Martin No. 122 333 311 7.1 2.57 129.8
Watrous Town December 30, 1909 Morris No. 312 1,857 1,743 6.5 11.17 166.2
Watson Town August 1, 1908 Lakeside No. 338 777 719 8.1 2.83 274.7
Wawota Town February 1, 1975 Wawken No. 93 560 522 7.3 1.24 451.0
White City Town November 1, 2000 Edenwold No. 158 1,894 1,113 70.2 6.00 315.6
Whitewood Town December 31, 1892 Willowdale No. 153 950 869 9.3 3.04 312.0
Wilkie Town November 1, 1910 Tramping Lake No. 380 1,301 1,222 6.5 9.48 137.3
Willow Bunch Town October 1, 1960 Willow Bunch No. 42 286 297 −3.7 0.84 339.2
Wolseley Town October 20, 1898 Wolseley No. 155 864 782 10.5 5.93 145.6
Wynyard Town November 1, 1911 Big Quill No. 308 1,767 1,744 1.3 5.29 334.1
Yellow Grass Town February 15, 1906 Scott No. 98 440 371 18.6 2.68 164.1
Zealandia Town November 1, 1911 St. Andrews No. 287 80 90 −11.1 1.38 57.9
Abbey Village September 2, 1913 Miry Creek No. 229 115 130 −11.5 0.77 149.1
Abernethy Village July 26, 1904 Abernethy No. 186 196 197 −0.5 1.03 189.9
Albertville Village January 1, 1986 Wise Creek No. 77 140 110 27.3 1.12 124.7
Alida Village February 19, 1926 Reciprocity No. 32 131 106 23.6 0.37 357.1
Alvena Village July 1, 1936 Fish Creek No. 402 55 55 0.0 0.43 128.0
Annaheim Village April 1, 1977 St. Peter No. 369 219 218 0.5 0.78 280.4
Archerwill Village January 1, 1947 Barrier Valley No. 397 200 185 8.1 0.83 242.1
Arran Village September 21, 1916 Livingston No. 331 40 40 0.0 0.69 58.2
Atwater Village August 12, 1910 Fertile Belt No. 183 31[11] 25 24.0 1.79 14.0
Avonlea Village February 10, 1912 Elmsthorpe No. 100 398 381 4.5 0.96 414.5
Aylesbury Village March 31, 1910 Craik No. 222 42[11] 45 −6.7 1.28 35.2
Aylsham Village August 4, 1947 Nipawin No. 487 71 92 −22.8 0.48 147.1
Bangor Village June 8, 1911 Fertile Belt No. 183 46 50 −8.0 1.65 27.8
Beatty Village March 31, 1921 Flett's Springs No. 429 63 61 3.3 0.82 77.1
Beechy Village May 11, 1925 Victory No. 226 239 243 −1.6 1.06 224.9
Belle Plaine Village August 12, 1910 Pense No. 160 66 64 3.1 1.34 49.1
Bethune Village August 2, 1912 Dufferin No. 190 400 369 8.4 1.04 383.1
Bjorkdale Village April 1, 1968 Bjorkdale No. 426 199 201 −1.0 1.39 143.7
Bladworth Village July 27, 1906 McCraney No. 282 60 70 −14.3 0.84 71.2
Borden Village July 19, 1907 Great Bend No. 405 245 223 9.9 0.76 323.1
Bracken Village January 4, 1926 Lone Tree No. 18 30 25 20.0 0.60 50.3
Bradwell Village December 26, 1912 Blucher No. 343 230 182 26.4 0.42 553.8
Briercrest Village April 17, 1912 Redburn No. 130 111 117 −5.1 0.62 179.0
Brock Village July 7, 1910 Kindersley No. 290 127 115 10.4 0.74 172.5
Broderick Village September 13, 1909 Rudy No. 284 71 77 −7.8 0.91 78.4
Brownlee Village December 29, 1908 Eyebrow No. 193 50 50 0.0 2.42 20.7
Buchanan Village June 11, 1907 Buchanan No. 304 225 225 0.0 1.29 174.1
Buena Vista Village November 18, 1983 Lumsden No. 189 524 490 6.9 3.61 145.2
Bulyea Village March 9, 1909 McKillop No. 220 102 104 −1.9 1.28 79.8
Cadillac Village July 2, 1914 Wise Creek No. 77 78 80 −2.5 1.05 74.4
Calder Village January 18, 1911 Calder No. 241 97 80 21.3 0.75 130.0
Canwood Village July 18, 1916 Canwood No. 494 348[11] 337 3.3 2.56 135.9
Carievale Village March 14, 1903 Argyle No. 1 236 241 −2.1 0.88 269.0
Carmichael Village May 25, 1917 Carmichael No. 109 30 10 200.0 0.67 45.1
Caronport Village January 1, 1988 Caron No. 162 1,068 919 16.2 1.90 563.1
Ceylon Village September 26, 1911 The Gap No. 39 99 90 10.0 0.75 132.5
Chamberlain Village January 31, 1911 Sarnia No. 221 88 108 −18.5 0.70 126.3
Chaplin Village October 8, 1912 Chaplin No. 164 218 235 −7.2 1.26 173.2
Christopher Lake Village March 1, 1985 Lakeland No. 521 266 215 23.7 3.47 76.8
Clavet Village July 1, 1978 Blucher No. 343 386 350 10.3 0.84 457.8
Climax Village December 11, 1923 Lone Tree No. 18 182 182 0.0 1.00 182.7
Coderre Village August 26, 1925 Rodgers No. 133 30 40 −25.0 0.85 35.1
Codette Village March 9, 1929 Nipawin No. 487 205 221 −7.2 0.37 558.3
Coleville Village July 1, 1953 Oakdale No. 320 311 248 25.4 1.27 245.3
Conquest Village October 24, 1911 Fertile Valley No. 285 176 167 5.4 1.00 176.6
Consul Village June 12, 1917 Reno No. 51 84 93 −9.7 0.65 130.1
Craven Village April 11, 1905 Longlaketon No. 219 234 274 −14.6 1.20 194.8
Creelman Village April 6, 1906 Fillmore No. 96 115 81 42.0 1.14 100.5
Dafoe Village May 28, 1920 Big Quill No. 308 15 10 50.0 0.80 18.7
Debden Village June 7, 1922 Canwood No. 494 358 348 2.9 1.39 257.6
Denholm Village June 25, 1912 Mayfield No. 406 76 61 24.6 0.33 232.8
Denzil Village May 3, 1911 Eye Hill No. 382 135 142 −4.9 0.55 247.0
Dilke Village December 30, 1912 Sarnia No. 221 77 80 −3.8 1.28 60.2
Dinsmore Village November 3, 1913 Milden No. 286 318 269 18.2 2.59 122.7
Disley Village June 24, 1907 Lumsden No. 189 75[11] 62 21.0 0.65 95.4
Dodsland Village August 23, 1913 Winslow No. 319 212 207 2.4 2.93 72.4
Dorintosh Village January 1, 1989 Meadow Lake No. 588 147 127 15.7 0.88 166.3
Drake Village September 19, 1910 Usborne No. 310 202 232 −12.9 0.72 282.2
Drinkwater Village June 7, 1904 Redburn No. 130 65 65 0.0 2.64 24.6
Dubuc Village May 29, 1905 Grayson No. 184 70 55 27.3 0.63 110.8
Duff Village May 28, 1920 Stanley No. 215 30 30 0.0 0.22 139.1
Duval Village December 21, 1910 Last Mountain Valley No. 250 97 94 3.2 0.75 128.7
Dysart Village April 6, 1909 Lipton No. 217 218 198 10.1 1.19 184.0
Earl Grey Village July 27, 1906 Longlaketon No. 219 239 264 −9.5 1.31 182.4
Ebenezer Village July 1, 1948 Orkney No. 244 175 139 25.9 0.62 281.4
Edam Village October 12, 1911 Turtle River No. 469 444 399 11.3 1.13 392.5
Edenwold Village October 3, 1912 Edenwold No. 158 238 242 −1.7 0.68 347.6
Elbow Village April 6, 1909 Loreburn No. 254 314 294 6.8 3.92 80.1
Elfros Village December 1, 1909 Elfros No. 307 96 110 −12.7 2.52 38.1
Elstow Village December 17, 1908 Blucher No. 343 89 91 −2.2 0.63 142.4
Endeavour Village April 29, 1953 Preeceville No. 334 94 118 −20.3 0.99 95.1
Englefeld Village June 13, 1916 St. Peter No. 369 247 227 8.8 0.65 380.7
Ernfold Village December 4, 1912 Morse No. 165 30 35 −14.3 1.19 25.2
Eyebrow Village January 8, 1909 Eyebrow No. 193 139 135 3.0 2.70 51.5
Fairlight Village October 5, 1909 Maryfield No. 91 40 40 0.0 2.71 14.8
Fenwood Village June 30, 1909 Stanley No. 215 40 35 14.3 1.74 23.0
Fillmore Village June 10, 1905 Fillmore No. 96 255 193 32.1 1.33 192.4
Findlater Village September 27, 1911 Dufferin No. 190 50 49 2.0 1.20 41.6
Flaxcombe Village June 4, 1913 Kindersley No. 290 117 111 5.4 1.49 78.7
Forget Village November 21, 1904 Tecumseh No. 65 35 40 −12.5 1.39 25.3
Fosston Village January 1, 1965 Ponass Lake No. 367 55 55 0.0 0.59 93.9
Fox Valley Village August 30, 1928 Fox Valley No. 171 260 295 −11.9 0.60 431.6
Frobisher Village July 4, 1904 Coalfields No. 4 166 145 14.5 1.35 122.9
Frontier Village July 10, 1930 Frontier No. 19 351 283 24.0 0.93 376.9
Gainsborough Village May 25, 1894 Argyle No. 1 291 250 16.4 0.87 333.0
Gerald Village March 25, 1953 Spy Hill No. 152 114 124 −8.1 0.80 143.0
Glaslyn Village April 16, 1929 Parkdale No. 498 397 369 7.6 1.97 201.4
Glen Ewen Village March 24, 1904 Enniskillen No. 3 144 120 20.0 2.77 52.0
Glenavon Village April 13, 1910 Chester No. 125 176 183 −3.8 1.32 133.1
Glenside Village March 30, 1911 Rudy No. 284 84[11] 86 −2.3 0.77 111.7
Golden Prairie Village April 15, 1942 Big Stick No. 141 35 35 0.0 0.41 84.5
Goodeve Village August 18, 1910 Stanley No. 215 45 50 −10.0 2.62 17.2
Goodsoil Village January 1, 1960 Beaver River No. 622 281 253 11.1 1.76 159.4
Goodwater Village May 8, 1911 Lomond No. 37 25[11] 25 0.0 0.59 42.4
Grand Coulee Village February 15, 1984 Sherwood No. 159 571 435 31.3 0.33 1,707.5
Grayson Village April 19, 1906 Grayson No. 184 184 179 2.8 1.87 98.5
Halbrite Village February 26, 1904 Cymri No. 36 108 98 10.2 1.20 90.2
Harris Village August 10, 1909 Harris No. 316 213 187 13.9 0.72 295.5
Hawarden Village July 16, 1909 Loreburn No. 254 50 75 −33.3 1.24 40.3
Hazenmore Village August 20, 1913 Pinto Creek No. 75 50 57 −12.3 0.73 68.7
Hazlet Village January 1, 1963 Pittville No. 169 95 85 11.8 0.55 173.3
Heward Village November 21, 1904 Tecumseh No. 65 40 20 100.0 0.99 40.5
Hodgeville Village June 22, 1921 Lawtonia No. 135 172 142 21.1 1.35 127.6
Holdfast Village October 5, 1911 Sarnia No. 221 169 173 −2.3 1.29 130.8
Hubbard Village June 11, 1910 Ituna Bon Accord No. 246 46 43 7.0 1.25 36.9
Hyas Village May 23, 1919 Clayton No. 333 114 111 2.7 1.17 97.1
Invermay Village September 1, 1908 Invermay No. 305 247 262 −5.7 1.22 201.8
Jansen Village October 19, 1908 Wolverine No. 340 126 140 −10.0 0.85 147.7
Keeler Village July 5, 1910 Marquis No. 191 15[11] 5 200.0 1.02 4.9
Kelliher Village April 27, 1909 Kellross No. 247 216 257 −16.0 2.81 76.9
Kenaston Village July 18, 1910 McCraney No. 282 285 259 10.0 1.17 243.5
Kendal Village February 17, 1919 Montmartre No. 126 77 59 30.5 0.65 118.2
Kennedy Village November 5, 1907 Wawken No. 93 241 187 28.9 1.56 154.6
Kenosee Lake Village October 1, 1987 Wawken No. 93 258 194 33.0 0.35 730.9
Killaly Village April 28, 1909 McLeod No. 185 74 77 −3.9 2.59 28.6
Kincaid Village July 19, 1913 Pinto Creek No. 75 114 135 −15.6 0.82 139.4
Kinley Village January 7, 1909 Perdue No. 346 45 35 28.6 1.18 38.0
Kisbey Village May 8, 1907 Brock No. 64 217[11] 185 17.3 2.77 66.8
Krydor Village August 25, 1914 Redberry No. 435 15 25 −40.0 0.82 18.2
Laird Village May 4, 1911 Rosthern No. 403 287 207 38.6 1.29 223.2
Lake Alma Village January 1, 1949 Lake Alma No. 8 30 30 0.0 0.47 64.4
Lake Lenore Village April 28, 1921 Lake Lenore No. 399 297 306 −2.9 0.97 306.4
Lancer Village September 11, 1913 Miry Creek No. 229 61 65 −6.2 1.33 45.7
Landis Village May 17, 1909 Reford No. 379 139 119 16.8 0.80 173.2
Lang Village July 27, 1906 Scott No. 98 200 172 16.3 0.64 311.0
Leask Village September 3, 1912 Leask No. 464 413 418 −1.2 0.75 551.1
Lebret Village October 14, 1912 North Qu'Appelle No. 187 218 203 7.4 1.32 165.5
Leoville Village June 26, 1944 Spiritwood No. 496 366 341 7.3 1.11 331.0
Leross Village December 1, 1909 Kellross No. 247 37 42 −11.9 1.21 30.6
Lestock Village April 17, 1912 Kellross No. 247 125 138 −9.4 0.87 143.8
Liberty Village January 23, 1912 Big Arm No. 251 88 73 20.5 1.37 64.4
Limerick Village July 10, 1913 Stonehenge No. 73 115 130 −11.5 0.79 146.5
Lintlaw Village December 14, 1921 Hazel Dell No. 335 162 145 11.7 1.23 131.5
Lipton Village May 15, 1905 Lipton No. 217 372 342 8.8 0.75 494.6
Loon Lake Village January 1, 1950 Loon Lake No. 561 314 306 2.6 0.66 475.1
Loreburn Village May 20, 1909 Loreburn No. 254 107 113 −5.3 0.62 173.1
Love Village June 2, 1945 Torch River No. 488 65 55 18.2 0.46 140.4
Lucky Lake Village November 23, 1920 Canaan No. 225 287 295 −2.7 0.66 435.6
MacNutt Village February 22, 1913 Churchbridge No. 211 65 80 −18.8 0.81 80.1
Macoun Village October 16, 1903 Cymri No. 36 246 168 46.4 1.68 146.1
Macrorie Village February 8, 1912 Fertile Valley No. 285 65 78 −16.7 0.77 84.5
Major Village September 29, 1914 Prairiedale No. 321 61 67 −9.0 2.78 21.9
Makwa Village June 1, 1965 Loon Lake No. 561 97 96 1.0 0.66 147.2
Mankota Village February 3, 1941 Mankota No. 45 211 238 −11.3 1.55 135.9
Manor Village April 15, 1902 Moose Mountain No. 63 322 312 3.2 2.79 115.4
Marcelin Village September 25, 1911 Blaine Lake No. 434 158 169 −6.5 1.32 119.5
Marengo Village November 5, 1910 Milton No. 292 47 51 −7.8 0.87 53.9
Margo Village April 24, 1911 Sasman No. 336 100 90 11.1 0.80 124.6
Markinch Village February 16, 1911 Cupar No. 218 72 59 22.0 0.68 106.7
Marquis Village March 21, 1910 Marquis No. 191 92 71 29.6 0.63 145.1
Marsden Village April 24, 1931 Manitou Lake No. 442 284 234 21.4 0.94 302.5
Maryfield Village August 21, 1907 Maryfield No. 91 365 347 5.2 2.69 135.9
Maymont Village June 24, 1907 Mayfield No. 406 146 130 12.3 0.66 221.5
McLean Village September 1, 1966 South Qu'appelle No. 157 304 275 10.5 1.33 228.9
McTaggart Village October 5, 1909 Weyburn No. 67 125 114 9.6 0.69 182.3
Meacham Village June 19, 1912 Colonsay No. 342 84 70 20.0 1.27 66.1
Meath Park Village May 23, 1938 Garden River No. 490 205 179 14.5 0.77 267.3
Medstead Village April 23, 1931 Medstead No. 497 120 148 −18.9 0.67 177.9
Mendham Village April 1, 1930 Happyland No. 231 35 35 0.0 0.50 69.5
Meota Village July 6, 1911 Meota No. 468 307 297 3.4 1.55 198.4
Mervin Village March 17, 1920 Mervin No. 499 160 145 10.3 0.73 217.8
Middle Lake Village January 1, 1963 Three Lakes No. 400 242 277 −12.6 1.26 191.3
Milden Village July 20, 1911 Milden No. 286 181 172 5.2 1.19 151.6
Minton Village January 1, 1951 Surprise Valley No. 9 60 60 0.0 0.30 202.0
Mistatim Village July 1, 1952 Bjorkdale No. 426 73 89 −18.0 0.47 155.0
Montmartre Village October 19, 1908 Montmartre No. 126 476 413 15.3 1.70 279.8
Mortlach Village January 1, 1949 Wheatlands No. 163 289 254 13.8 2.76 104.7
Muenster Village August 18, 1908 St. Peter No. 369 422 342 23.4 1.33 317.2
Neilburg Village January 1, 1947 Hillsdale No. 440 448 394 13.7 1.22 365.9
Netherhill Village April 28, 1910 Kindersley No. 290 25 30 −16.7 0.73 34.2
Neudorf Village April 25, 1905 McLeod No. 185 272 281 −3.2 2.05 132.8
Neville Village July 5, 1912 Whiska Creek No. 106 83 65 27.7 1.10 75.3
North Portal Village November 16, 1903 Coalfields No. 4 143 123 16.3 2.49 57.5
Odessa Village March 14, 1911 Francis No. 127 239 201 18.9 1.18 203.2
Osage Village May 8, 1906 Fillmore No. 96 20 20 0.0 0.59 34.0
Paddockwood Village January 1, 1949 Paddockwood No. 520 163 125 30.4 0.65 251.1
Pangman Village May 17, 1911 Norton No. 69 214 200 7.0 0.73 292.7
Paradise Hill Village January 1, 1947 Frenchman Butte No. 501 515 483 6.6 2.56 201.1
Parkside Village February 21, 1913 Leask No. 464 125 129 −3.1 0.92 136.1
Paynton Village May 2, 1907 Paynton No. 470 151 151 0.0 0.85 177.5
Pelly Village May 4, 1911 St. Philips No. 301 283 287 −1.4 0.96 294.6
Pennant Village July 29, 1912 Riverside No. 168 120 119 0.8 0.65 184.4
Perdue Village July 15, 1909 Perdue No. 346 362 364 −0.5 1.10 330
Pierceland Village January 1, 1973 Beaver River No. 622 551 498 10.6 2.69 204.8
Pilger Village January 1, 1969 Three Lakes No. 400 65 74 −12.2 0.52 126.2
Pleasantdale Village January 1, 1987 Pleasantdale No. 398 76 85 −10.6 0.56 136.6
Plenty Village March 25, 1911 Winslow No. 319 131 126 4 0.65 200.8
Plunkett Village December 28, 1921 Viscount No. 341 75 75 0.0 0.64 116.4
Prelate Village October 25, 1913 Happyland No. 231 124 126 −1.6 0.87 142.2
Primate Village April 5, 1922 Eye Hill No. 382 45 50 −10.0 0.94 47.8
Prud'homme Village November 15, 1922 Bayne No. 371 172 167 3.0 0.84 204.7
Punnichy Village October 22, 1909 Mount Hope No. 279 246 277 −11.2 0.68 363.3
Quill Lake Village December 8, 1906 Lakeside No. 338 409 413 −1.0 1.30 314.3
Quinton Village March 1, 1910 Mount Hope No. 279 111 108 2.8 0.96 115.1
Rabbit Lake Village April 13, 1928 Round Hill No. 467 127 113 12.4 0.92 138.7
Rama Village December 18, 1919 Invermay No. 305 75 75 0.0 0.67 112.3
Rhein Village March 10, 1913 Wallace No. 243 158 161 −1.9 1.09 144.5
Richard Village October 11, 1916 Douglas No. 436 30 25 20.0 0.73 41.1
Richmound Village May 5, 1947 Enterprise No. 142 154 159 −3.1 0.47 327.8
Ridgedale Village December 15, 1921 Connaught No. 457 80 66 21.2 0.72 111.4
Riverhurst Village June 22, 1916 Maple Bush No. 224 114 121 −5.8 0.91 124.8
Roche Percee Village January 12, 1909 Coalfields No. 4 153 149 2.7 2.83 54.1
Ruddell Village March 18, 1914 Mayfield No. 406 20 20 0.0 0.47 42.5
Rush Lake Village October 16, 1911 Excelsior No. 166 65 50 30.0 0.74 87.8
Sceptre Village April 30, 1913 Clinworth No. 230 97 99 −2.0 1.23 78.7
Sedley Village August 3, 1907 Francis No. 127 337 319 5.6 1.31 256.8
Semans Village December 14, 1908 Mount Hope No. 279 204 195 4.6 1.14 178.3
Senlac Village October 11, 1916 Senlac No. 411 46 45 2.2 0.60 77.2
Shamrock Village January 1, 1960 Shamrock No. 134 20 20 0.0 0.79 25.3
Sheho Village June 30, 1905 Viscount No. 341 130 121 7.4 1.95 66.6
Shell Lake Village October 18, 1940 Shell Lake No. 495 152[11] 152 0.0 1.23 123.6
Silton Village July 2, 1914 McKillop No. 220 95 91 4.4 1.07 88.7
Simpson Village July 11, 1911 Wood Creek No. 281 131 118 11.0 1.41 92.7
Smeaton Village March 7, 1944 Torch River No. 488 181 183 −1.1 1.50 120.9
Smiley Village November 26, 1913 Prairiedale No. 321 60 50 20.0 0.64 93.3
Spalding Village March 11, 1924 Spalding No. 368 242 237 2.1 1.18 205.5
Speers Village December 24, 1915 Douglas No. 436 65 74 −12.2 0.69 94.8
Spy Hill Village April 22, 1910 Spy Hill No. 152 204 201 1.5 1.19 171.6
St. Benedict Village January 1, 1964 Three Lakes No. 400 82 78 5.1 0.54 152.5
St. Gregor Village March 26, 1920 St. Peter No. 369 98 102 −3.9 0.91 107.1
St. Louis Village May 19, 1959 St. Louis No. 431 449 431 4.2 1.08 416.6
Stenen Village August 14, 1912 Clayton No. 333 79 91 −13.2 0.58 135.7
Stewart Valley Village January 1, 1958 Saskatchewan Landing No. 167 76 100 −24.0 0.86 88.2
Stockholm Village June 30, 1905 Fertile Belt No. 183 341 323 5.6 1.65 206.6
Storthoaks Village June 5, 1940 Storthoaks No. 31 93 82 13.4 0.49 190.3
Strongfield Village May 3, 1912 Loreburn No. 254 40 47 −14.9 0.80 50.3
Success Village October 25, 1912 Riverside No. 168 40 40 0.0 1.38 28.9
Tantallon Village June 17, 1904 Spy Hill No. 152 105 105 0.0 0.84 124.9
Tessier Village August 24, 1909 Harris No. 316 25 20 25.0 1.00 25.0
Theodore Village July 5, 1907 Insinger No. 275 345 339 1.8 1.73 199.3
Togo Village September 4, 1906 Cote No. 271 87 100 −13.0 1.50 57.9
Tompkins Village June 2, 1910 Gull Lake No. 139 170 173 −1.7 2.65 64.1
Torquay Village December 11, 1923 Cambria No. 6 236 184 28.3 1.35 174.4
Tramping Lake Village April 10, 1917 Tramping Lake No. 380 55 60 −8.3 1.39 39.6
Tribune Village February 18, 1914 Souris Valley No. 7 25 35 −28.6 1.61 15.5
Tugaske Village May 7, 1909 Huron No. 223 92 105 −12.4 0.76 120.7
Tuxford Village July 19, 1907 Marquis No. 191 91 88 3.4 0.62 147.8
Val Marie Village September 13, 1926 Val Marie No. 17 130[11] 137 −5.1 0.42 309.5
Valparaiso Village July 18, 1924 Star City No. 428 15 20 −25.0 0.69 21.6
Vanguard Village July 8, 1912 Whiska Creek No. 106 152 152 0.0 1.86 81.6
Vanscoy Village June 17, 1919 Vanscoy No. 345 377 339 11.2 1.49 253.7
Vibank Village June 23, 1911 Francis No. 127 374 361 3.6 0.73 509.1
Viscount Village December 17, 1908 Viscount No. 341 252 251 0.4 1.18 212.7
Waldeck Village December 23, 1913 Excelsior No. 166 297 294 1.0 2.00 148.3
Waldron Village July 17, 1909 Grayson No. 184 20 20 0.0 1.45 13.8
Waseca Village March 15, 1911 Eldon No. 471 154 144 6.9 0.68 225.9
Webb Village June 18, 1910 Webb No. 138 58 44 31.8 1.41 41.3
Weekes Village January 13, 1947 Porcupine No. 395 42 55 −23.6 0.59 70.7
Weirdale Village April 1, 1948 Garden River No. 490 75 83 −9.6 1.36 55.0
Weldon Village January 24, 1914 Kinistino No. 459 196 205 −4.4 1.10 178.6
Welwyn Village June 11, 1907 Rocanville No. 151 135 142 −4.9 0.64 211.2
White Fox Village July 21, 1941 Torch River No. 488 364 348 4.6 0.85 427.0
Wilcox Village April 20, 1907 Bratt's Lake No. 129 339 222 52.7 1.48 229.7
Windthorst Village August 21, 1907 Chester No. 125 215 194 10.8 1.43 150.7
Wiseton Village September 23, 1913 Milden No. 286 88 96 −8.3 0.77 114.6
Wood Mountain Village March 4, 1930 Old Post No. 43 25 20 25.0 0.61 40.8
Yarbo Village July 1, 1964 Langenburg No. 181 53 72 −26.4 0.83 63.9
Young Village June 7, 1910 Morris No. 312 239 263 −9.1 2.51 95.2
Zelma Village August 10, 1910 Bayne No. 371 35 30 16.7 0.72 48.9
Zenon Park Village July 28, 1941 Arborfield No. 456 187 192 −2.6 0.56 336.1
Alice Beach Resort village July 1, 1983 Sarnia No. 221 45 68 −33.8 0.71 63.7
Aquadeo Resort village January 1, 1988 Meota No. 468 84 123 −31.7 0.74 113.3
Beaver Flat Resort village April 1, 1981 Excelsior No. 166 40 58 −31.0 0.92 43.6
Big Shell Resort village August 1, 1982 Spiritwood No. 496 45 45 0.0 1.02 44.3
Bird's Point Resort village September 1, 1981 Fertile Belt No. 183 103 88 17.0 0.58 177.4
B-Say-Tah Resort village August 6, 1915 North Qu'Appelle No. 187 187 206 −9.2 1.33 140.3
Candle Lake Resort village August 1, 1977 Paddockwood No. 520 765 792 −3.4 63.32 12.1
Chitek Lake Resort village July 1, 1978 Big River No. 555 167 219 −23.7 2.54 65.9
Chorney Beach Resort village January 1, 1991 Foam Lake No. 276 15 36 −58.3 0.17 89.4
Cochin Resort village January 1, 1988 Meota No. 468 122 208 −41.3 1.35 90.6
Coteau Beach Resort village August 1, 1982 Coteau No. 255 40 30 33.3 0.54 74.2
Echo Bay Resort village August 1, 1982 Spiritwood No. 496 38 77 −50.6 0.80 47.7
Etters Beach Resort village October 1, 1965 Big Arm No. 251 30 15 100.0 0.12 253.4
Fort San Resort village September 1, 1987 North Qu'Appelle No. 187 187 215 −13.0 2.90 64.6
Glen Harbour Resort village July 1, 1986 McKillop No. 220 65 73 −11.0 0.35 185.8
Grandview Beach Resort village July 4, 1960 Sarnia No. 221 25 35 −28.6 0.25 98.6
Greig Lake Resort village January 1, 1983 Meadow Lake No. 588 23 20 15.0 0.14 163.2
Island View Resort village January 1, 1994 McKillop No. 220 65 88 −26.1 0.43 150.2
Kannata Valley Resort village September 1, 1966 Longlaketon No. 219 101 133 −24.1 0.63 159.6
Katepwa Resort village July 24, 2004 Abernethy No. 186 403 285 41.4 5.78 69.7
Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay Resort village January 1, 1989 Mervin No. 499 84 126 −33.3 0.55 154.0
Leslie Beach Resort village July 1, 1999 Foam Lake No. 276 23 30 −23.3 0.56 41.1
Lumsden Beach Resort village July 22, 1918 Lumsden No. 189 10[11] 40 −75.0 0.47 21.3
Manitou Beach Resort village August 11, 1919 Morris No. 312 257 233 10.3 3.09 83.1
Melville Beach Resort village July 1, 1983 Grayson No. 184 27[11] 41 −34.1 0.21 128.6
Metinota Resort village August 19, 1924 Meota No. 468 89 89 0.0 0.52 170.0
Mistusinne Resort village August 1, 1980 Maple Bush No. 224 66 56 17.9 1.49 44.3
North Grove Resort village January 1, 1989 Dufferin No. 190 49[11] 68 −27.9 1.03 47.8
Pebble Baye Resort village January 1, 1983 Leask No. 464 33 27 22.2 0.74 44.4
Pelican Pointe Resort village January 1, 1987 McKillop No. 220 15 23 −34.8 0.12 125.2
Saskatchewan Beach Resort village June 16, 1919 McKillop No. 220 213 155 37.4 1.57 135.5
Shields Resort village January 1, 1981 Dundurn No. 314 220 172 27.9 0.72 304.5
South Lake Resort village January 1, 1989 Marquis No. 191 48 105 −54.3 1.15 41.9
Sun Valley Resort village January 1, 1985 Marquis No. 191 80[11] 128 −37.5 2.33 34.3
Sunset Cove Resort village January 1, 1983 McKillop No. 220 25 26 −3.8 0.17 148.4
Thode Resort village January 1, 1981 Dundurn No. 314 157 156 0.6 0.73 214.2
Tobin Lake Resort village August 1, 1973 Moose Range No. 486 90 87 3.4 1.81 49.6
Wakaw Lake Resort village October 21, 1959 Hoodoo No. 401 30 35 −14.3 0.59 50.9
Wee Too Beach Resort village January 1, 1986 Sarnia No. 221 35 60 −41.7 0.17 207.8
West End Resort village June 15, 1983 Fertile Belt No. 183 17 26 −34.6 0.34 50.4
Total cities 595,707 547,615 8.8 675.25 882.2
Total towns 137,725 127,795 7.8 473.50 290.9
Total villages 43,136 40,983 5.3 299.69 143.9
Total resort villages 4,118 4,497 −8.4 102.98 40.0
Total urban municipalities 780,686 720,890 8.3 1,551.42 503.2

Rural municipalities[edit]

Map of rural municipalities in Saskatchewan as of 2013
Distribution of Saskatchewan's 296 rural municipalities

A rural municipality (RM) can be created by Saskatchewan's Minister of Municipal Relations by ministerial order via section 49 of The Municipalities Act.[8] Saskatchewan has 296 rural municipalities, which are located in the central and southern portions of the province.[2][17] The largest and smallest rural municipalities by population are the RM of Corman Park No. 344 and the RM of Glen McPherson No. 46 with 8,354 and 73 respectively.[3]

Rural
municipality (RM)[18]
Incorporation
date[19]
Population
(2011)[3][11]
Population
(2006)[3]
Change
(%)[3]
Land
area
(km²)[3]
Population
density
(per km²)[3]
Aberdeen No. 373 December 13, 1909 1,016 765 32.8 673.42 1.5
Abernethy No. 186 December 11, 1911 387 375 3.2 779.42 0.5
Antelope Park No. 322 December 11, 1911 150 151 −0.7 612.66 0.2
Antler No. 61 December 13, 1909 536 506 5.9 832.09 0.6
Arborfield No. 456 January 1, 1913 453 429 5.6 1,416.01 0.3
Argyle No. 1 December 19, 1912 270 267 1.1 579.99 0.5
Arlington No. 79 January 1, 1913 345 413 −16.5 846.79 0.4
Arm River No. 252 December 13, 1909 249 240 3.8 725.26 0.3
Auvergne No. 76 January 1, 1913 354 374 −5.3 854.46 0.4
Baildon No. 131 December 9, 1912 594 548 8.4 846.21 0.7
Barrier Valley No. 397 October 29, 1917 498 576 −13.5 819.99 0.6
Battle River No. 438 December 12, 1910 1,099 1,053 4.4 1,061.40 1.0
Bayne No. 371 December 12, 1910 493 505 −2.4 802.93 0.6
Beaver River No. 622 January 1, 1978 1,017 1,108 −8.2 2,370.25 0.4
Bengough No. 40 January 1, 1913 329 337 −2.4 1,036.91 0.3
Benson No. 35 December 13, 1909 490 434 12.9 836.39 0.6
Big Arm No. 251 December 11, 1911 200 237 −15.6 699.47 0.3
Big Quill No. 308 December 13, 1909 587 635 −7.6 739.86 0.8
Big River No. 555 October 1, 1977 855 851 0.5 2,487.82 0.3
Big Stick No. 141 December 11, 1911 148 182 −18.7 821.40 0.2
Biggar No. 347 December 11, 1911 820 882 −7.0 1,598.56 0.5
Birch Hills No. 460 December 11, 1911 663 701 −5.4 554.07 1.2
Bjorkdale No. 426 January 1, 1913 900 997 −9.7 1,460.50 0.6
Blaine Lake No. 434 December 9, 1912 288 302 −4.6 799.69 0.4
Blucher No. 343 December 13, 1909 1,787 1,588 12.5 789.01 2.3
Bone Creek No. 108 December 11, 1911 340 321 5.9 847.16 0.4
Bratt's Lake No. 129 January 1, 1913 350 362 −3.3 844.95 0.4
Britannia No. 502 December 13, 1909 1,734 1,501 15.5 950.87 1.8
Brock No. 64 December 12, 1910 238 274 −13.1 797.13 0.3
Brokenshell No. 68 December 13, 1909 308 324 −4.9 850.01 0.4
Browning No. 34 December 11, 1911 399 426 −6.3 823.39 0.5
Buchanan No. 304 January 1, 1913 406 435 −6.7 738.80 0.5
Buckland No. 491 December 11, 1911 3,658 3,429 6.7 791.69 4.6
Buffalo No. 409 December 13, 1909 506 525 −3.6 1,222.08 0.4
Calder No. 241 January 1, 1913 322 423 −23.9 807.15 0.4
Caledonia No. 99 December 13, 1909 257 286 −10.1 845.68 0.3
Cambria No. 6 December 13, 1909 304 268 13.4 814.14 0.4
Cana No. 214 December 13, 1909 858 850 0.9 820.91 1.0
Canaan No. 225 January 1, 1913 149 165 −9.7 549.09 0.3
Canwood No. 494 January 1, 1913 1,424 1,535 −7.2 1,945.20 0.7
Carmichael No. 109 December 9, 1912 440 450 −2.2 846.40 0.5
Caron No. 162 December 9, 1912 516 500 3.2 569.87 0.9
Chaplin No. 164 January 1, 1913 147 138 6.5 802.74 0.2
Chester No. 125 December 13, 1909 373 386 −3.4 837.08 0.4
Chesterfield No. 261 December 9, 1912 480 485 −1.0 1,943.50 0.2
Churchbridge No. 211 January 1, 1913 673 679 −0.9 958.98 0.7
Clayton No. 333 January 1, 1913 669 753 −11.2 1,401.69 0.5
Clinworth No. 230 December 9, 1912 211 228 −7.5 1,432.75 0.1
Coalfields No. 4 January 1, 1913 382 396 −3.5 819.52 0.5
Colonsay No. 342 December 13, 1909 240 275 −12.7 549.99 0.4
Connaught No. 457 December 11, 1911 629 656 −4.1 853.11 0.7
Corman Park No. 344 January 1, 1970 8,354 8,266 1.1 1,934.20 4.3
Cote No. 271 December 12, 1910 580 551 5.3 880.23 0.7
Coteau No. 255 December 12, 1910 420 468 −10.3 899.27 0.5
Coulee No. 136 December 12, 1910 582 509 14.3 843.69 0.7
Craik No. 222 December 9, 1912 276[11] 288 −4.2 885.41 0.3
Cupar No. 218 December 13, 1909 554 502 10.4 918.45 0.6
Cut Knife No. 439 December 13, 1909 359 410 −12.4 653.00 0.5
Cymri No. 36 December 13, 1909 524 455 15.2 832.36 0.6
Deer Forks No. 232 January 1, 1913 223 213 4.7 735.49 0.3
Douglas No. 436 December 13, 1909 331 383 −13.6 820.37 0.4
Duck Lake No. 463 January 1, 1913 846[11] 781 8.3 1,046.70 0.8
Dufferin No. 190 December 9, 1912 512[11] 540 −5.2 961.44 0.5
Dundurn No. 314 December 13, 1909 1,148 632 81.6 807.94 1.4
Eagle Creek No. 376 December 13, 1909 580 552 5.1 833.08 0.7
Edenwold No. 158 December 9, 1912 4,167 3,606 15.6 880.96 4.7
Elcapo No. 154 December 12, 1910 481 489 −1.6 846.54 0.6
Eldon No. 471 December 13, 1909 751 750 0.1 1,007.59 0.7
Elfros No. 307 December 13, 1909 432 501 −13.8 697.34 0.6
Elmsthorpe No. 100 December 12, 1910 210 258 −18.6 843.12 0.2
Emerald No. 277 December 12, 1910 447 549 −18.6 854.44 0.5
Enfield No. 194 December 13, 1909 270 301 −10.3 1,014.10 0.3
Enniskillen No. 3 December 13, 1909 452 430 5.1 834.75 0.5
Enterprise No. 142 April 18, 1913 140 160 −12.5 988.80 0.1
Estevan No. 5 December 12, 1910 1,139 1,051 8.4 773.38 1.5
Excel No. 71 January 1, 1913 427 466 −8.4 1,122.02 0.4
Excelsior No. 166 December 13, 1909 959 825 16.2 1,198.35 0.8
Eye Hill No. 382 December 12, 1910 614 650 −5.5 797.67 0.8
Eyebrow No. 193 December 13, 1909 230 245 −6.1 835.04 0.3
Fertile Belt No. 183 January 1, 1913 785[11] 771 1.8 1,006.68 0.8
Fertile Valley No. 285 December 13, 1909 511 609 −16.1 1,016.37 0.5
Fillmore No. 96 December 13, 1909 255 256 −0.4 828.33 0.3
Fish Creek No. 402 January 1, 1913 304 307 −1.0 597.90 0.5
Flett's Springs No. 429 December 13, 1909 751 736 2.0 844.61 0.9
Foam Lake No. 276 December 12, 1910 587 593 −1.0 1,345.98 0.4
Fox Valley No. 171 October 29, 1913 345 368 −6.3 1,253.79 0.3
Francis No. 127 December 13, 1909 676 672 0.6 1,106.80 0.6
Frenchman Butte No. 501 January 1, 1954 1,438 1,223 17.6 1,927.74 0.7
Frontier No. 19 January 1, 1913 371 323 14.9 1,675.02 0.2
Garden River No. 490 January 1, 1913 641 633 1.3 662.90 1.0
Garry No. 245 January 1, 1913 412 426 −3.3 853.59 0.5
Glen Bain No. 105 December 11, 1911 205 232 −11.6 843.40 0.2
Glen McPherson No. 46 January 1, 1913 73 112 −34.8 848.29 0.1
Glenside No. 377 December 13, 1909 267 367 −27.2 905.74 0.3
Golden West No. 95 December 13, 1909 315 322 −2.2 790.13 0.4
Good Lake No. 274 January 1, 1913 684 748 −8.6 809.94 0.8
Grandview No. 349 December 11, 1911 340 380 −10.5 714.71 0.5
Grant No. 372 December 13, 1909 425 406 4.7 666.16 0.6
Grass Lake No. 381 December 13, 1909 369 433 −14.8 801.29 0.5
Grassy Creek No. 78 January 1, 1913 284 305 −6.9 837.40 0.3
Gravelbourg No. 104 December 9, 1912 306 329 −7.0 842.08 0.4
Grayson No. 184 January 1, 1913 478[11] 542 −11.8 874.77 0.5
Great Bend No. 405 December 12, 1910 499 458 9.0 830.58 0.6
Griffin No. 66 December 13, 1909 398 334 19.2 816.59 0.5
Gull Lake No. 139 January 1, 1913 201 221 −9.0 836.41 0.2
Happy Valley No. 10 January 1, 1913 148 174 −14.9 812.74 0.2
Happyland No. 231 January 1, 1913 284 297 −4.4 1,259.00 0.2
Harris No. 316 December 12, 1910 224 195 14.9 805.42 0.3
Hart Butte No. 11 January 1, 1913 264 272 −2.9 841.98 0.3
Hazel Dell No. 335 January 1, 1913 511 611 −16.4 1,394.02 0.4
Hazelwood No. 94 January 1, 1913 246 267 −7.9 743.81 0.3
Heart's Hill No. 352 November 15, 1910 260 285 −8.8 838.20 0.3
Hillsborough No. 132 January 1, 1913 114 122 −6.6 445.25 0.3
Hillsdale No. 440 January 1, 1913 563 530 6.2 1,028.72 0.5
Hoodoo No. 401 January 1, 1913 706 804 −12.2 810.61 0.9
Hudson Bay No. 394 May 1, 1977 1,122 1,359 −17.4 12,462.61 0.1
Humboldt No. 370 January 1, 1913 885 842 5.1 796.70 1.1
Huron No. 223 December 12, 1910 196 233 −15.9 842.11 0.2
Indian Head No. 156 August 6, 1884 380 356 6.7 759.98 0.5
Insinger No. 275 January 1, 1913 325 373 −12.9 849.38 0.4
Invergordon No. 430 December 11, 1911 651 615 5.9 854.19 0.8
Invermay No. 305 December 11, 1911 334 379 −11.9 729.44 0.5
Ituna Bon Accord No. 246 January 1, 1913 435 453 −4.0 837.23 0.5
Kellross No. 247 December 13, 1909 362 390 −7.2 834.09 0.4
Kelvington No. 366 January 1, 1913 499 514 −2.9 907.37 0.5
Key West No. 70 December 12, 1910 287 309 −7.1 825.26 0.3
Keys No. 303 January 1, 1913 417 397 5.0 661.61 0.6
Kindersley No. 290 December 12, 1910 987 1,042 −5.3 2,113.36 0.5
King George No. 256 December 11, 1911 217 234 −7.3 831.97 0.3
Kingsley No. 124 December 12, 1910 421 439 −4.1 844.61 0.5
Kinistino No. 459 December 11, 1911 613[11] 713 −14.0 949.04 0.6
Lac Pelletier No. 107 January 1, 1913 607 524 15.8 849.27 0.7
Lacadena No. 228 December 12, 1910 572 613 −6.7 1,896.01 0.3
Laird No. 404 December 12, 1910 1,240 1,136 9.2 729.98 1.7
Lajord No. 128 December 13, 1909 993 977 1.6 943.87 1.1
Lake Alma No. 8 May 5, 1913 250 240 4.2 822.47 0.3
Lake Johnston No. 102 December 9, 1912 160 161 −0.6 567.24 0.3
Lake Lenore No. 399 January 1, 1913 536 513 4.5 723.53 0.7
Lake of the Rivers No. 72 December 11, 1911 302 326 −7.4 677.51 0.4
Lakeland No. 521 August 1, 1977 884 1,043 −15.2 494.06 1.8
Lakeside No. 338 December 12, 1910 387 444 −12.8 636.80 0.6
Lakeview No. 337 December 13, 1909 336 393 −14.5 724.89 0.5
Langenburg No. 181 January 1, 1913 572 558 2.5 675.66 0.8
Last Mountain Valley No. 250 December 13, 1909 267 362 −26.2 871.17 0.3
Laurier No. 38 December 13, 1909 321 312 2.9 840.56 0.4
Lawtonia No. 135 December 12, 1910 434 356 21.9 845.28 0.5
Leask No. 464 December 9, 1912 775 846 −8.4 1,257.36 0.6
Leroy No. 339 January 1, 1913 490 544 −9.9 840.40 0.6
Lipton No. 217 December 11, 1911 424 427 −0.7 813.69 0.5
Livingston No. 331 January 1, 1913 311 355 −12.4 1,338.64 0.2
Lomond No. 37 December 11, 1911 304 301 1.0 833.95 0.4
Lone Tree No. 18 December 8, 1913 145 150 −3.3 838.00 0.2
Longlaketon No. 219 December 12, 1910 962 899 7.0 1,024.57 0.9
Loon Lake No. 561 January 1, 1978 725 815 −11.0 2,805.11 0.3
Loreburn No. 254 December 12, 1910 346 350 −1.1 966.78 0.4
Lost River No. 313 December 11, 1911 209 188 11.2 549.92 0.4
Lumsden No. 189 December 9, 1912 1,772[11] 1,612 9.9 817.12 2.1
Manitou Lake No. 442 December 12, 1910 547 590 −7.3 850.29 0.6
Mankota No. 45 January 1, 1913 322 382 −15.7 1,696.22 0.2
Maple Bush No. 224 December 13, 1909 167 186 −10.2 811.95 0.2
Maple Creek No. 111 December 10, 1917 1,154 1,167 −1.1 3,242.96 0.4
Mariposa No. 350 December 12, 1910 220 225 −2.2 636.73 0.3
Marquis No. 191 December 11, 1911 237[11] 404 −41.3 805.48 0.3
Marriott No. 317 December 12, 1910 372 410 −9.3 843.29 0.4
Martin No. 122 January 1, 1913 333 339 −1.8 556.50 0.6
Maryfield No. 91 December 9, 1912 319 341 −6.5 759.63 0.4
Mayfield No. 406 December 13, 1909 389 394 −1.3 782.50 0.5
McCraney No. 282 December 13, 1909 307 346 −11.3 948.36 0.3
McKillop No. 220 December 13, 1909 575 566 1.6 668.44 0.9
McLeod No. 185 January 1, 1913 446 508 −12.2 886.60 0.5
Meadow Lake No. 588 February 1, 1976 2,677 2,627 1.9 6,310.54 0.4
Medstead No. 497 January 1, 1913 513 524 −2.1 1,203.22 0.4
Meeting Lake No. 466 January 1, 1913 376 429 −12.4 1,066.74 0.4
Meota No. 468 December 13, 1909 936 984 −4.9 651.06 1.4
Mervin No. 499 January 1, 1913 1,224 1,331 −8.0 1,594.60 0.8
Milden No. 286 December 12, 1910 283 215 31.6 735.29 0.4
Milton No. 292 December 11, 1911 312 310 0.6 657.42 0.5
Miry Creek No. 229 January 1, 1913 374 458 −18.3 1,220.48 0.3
Monet No. 257 December 13, 1909 495 479 3.3 1,591.75 0.3
Montmartre No. 126 December 13, 1909 488 503 −3.0 853.84 0.6
Montrose No. 315 December 13, 1909 712 648 9.9 898.38 0.8
Moose Creek No. 33 December 12, 1910 372 365 1.9 842.03 0.4
Moose Jaw No. 161 December 11, 1911 1,147 1,228 −6.6 793.73 1.4
Moose Mountain No. 63 December 11, 1911 480 487 −1.4 740.74 0.6
Moose Range No. 486 December 11, 1916 1,131 1,086 4.1 2,419.10 0.5
Moosomin No. 121 January 1, 1913 504 513 −1.8 564.77 0.9
Morris No. 312 December 13, 1909 316 347 −8.9 847.16 0.4
Morse No. 165 December 11, 1911 401 435 −7.8 1,244.38 0.3
Mount Hope No. 279 December 11, 1911 567 633 −10.4 1,669.33 0.3
Mount Pleasant No. 2 December 11, 1911 383 418 −8.4 781.26 0.5
Mountain View No. 318 December 13, 1909 333 363 −8.3 840.03 0.4
Newcombe No. 260 December 11, 1911 400 361 10.8 1,075.60 0.4
Nipawin No. 487 December 9, 1912 1,030 1,151 −10.5 886.04 1.2
North Battleford No. 437 December 12, 1910 733 737 −0.5 797.20 0.9
North Qu'Appelle No. 187 December 12, 1910 728 852 −14.6 494.98 1.5
Norton No. 69 December 13, 1909 259 248 4.4 844.80 0.3
Oakdale No. 320 December 13, 1909 258 290 −11.0 806.52 0.3
Old Post No. 43 January 1, 1967 395 394 0.3 1,757.00 0.2
Orkney No. 244 January 1, 1913 1,860 1,748 6.4 816.31 2.3
Paddockwood No. 520 January 1, 1978 974[11] 976 −0.2 2,457.04 0.4
Parkdale No. 498 January 1, 1913 631 711 −11.3 1,388.91 0.5
Paynton No. 470 January 1, 1913 268 254 5.5 593.95 0.5
Pense No. 160 January 1, 1913 471 490 −3.9 841.48 0.6
Perdue No. 346 December 13, 1909 463 432 7.2 826.14 0.6
Piapot No. 110 December 8, 1913 324 392 −17.3 1,912.81 0.2
Pinto Creek No. 75 January 1, 1913 239 239 0.0 845.49 0.3
Pittville No. 169 January 1, 1913 204 216 −5.6 1,258.06 0.2
Pleasant Valley No. 288 December 11, 1911 345 346 −0.3 830.53 0.4
Pleasantdale No. 398 December 11, 1911 611 607 0.7 757.91 0.8
Ponass Lake No. 367 January 1, 1913 527 618 −14.7 770.21 0.7
Poplar Valley No. 12 January 1, 1913 200 245 −18.4 769.37 0.3
Porcupine No. 395 February 28, 1944 820 949 −13.6 2,339.96 0.4
Prairie Rose No. 309 December 12, 1910 259 292 −11.3 839.08 0.3
Prairiedale No. 321 December 13, 1909 253 271 −6.6 546.74 0.5
Preeceville No. 334 January 1, 1913 859 960 −10.5 1,394.50 0.6
Prince Albert No. 461 December 9, 1912 3,601[11] 2,929 22.9 1,018.97 3.5
Progress No. 351 December 12, 1910 260 289 −10.0 803.09 0.3
Reciprocity No. 32 December 11, 1911 386 352 9.7 733.04 0.5
Redberry No. 435 January 1, 1913 372 451 −17.5 1,015.53 0.4
Redburn No. 130 January 1, 1913 250 245 2.0 847.95 0.3
Reford No. 379 December 12, 1910 235 296 −20.6 707.06 0.3
Reno No. 51 December 11, 1911 399 462 −13.6 3,460.66 0.1
Riverside No. 168 January 1, 1913 490 511 −4.1 1,298.39 0.4
Rocanville No. 151 December 9, 1912 533 554 −3.8 758.64 0.7
Rodgers No. 133 December 9, 1912 101 115 −12.2 719.80 0.1
Rosedale No. 283 December 13, 1909 515 455 13.2 921.51 0.6
Rosemount No. 378 December 12, 1910 198 230 −13.9 571.35 0.3
Rosthern No. 403 December 9, 1912 2,015 1,840 9.5 954.31 2.1
Round Hill No. 467 December 11, 1911 319 374 −14.7 815.21 0.4
Round Valley No. 410 December 13, 1909 361 355 1.7 810.57 0.4
Rudy No. 284 December 13, 1909 471[11] 434 8.5 813.86 0.6
Saltcoats No. 213 December 9, 1912 673 746 −9.8 830.58 0.8
Sarnia No. 221 December 13, 1909 266 284 −6.3 870.73 0.3
Saskatchewan Landing No. 167 January 1, 1913 462 480 −3.8 797.52 0.6
Sasman No. 336 January 1, 1913 818 960 −14.8 1,006.49 0.8
Scott No. 98 December 13, 1909 176 176 0.0 850.08 0.2
Senlac No. 411 January 1, 1913 195 225 −13.3 1,026.25 0.2
Shamrock No. 134 December 9, 1912 227 226 0.4 757.52 0.3
Shellbrook No. 493 January 1, 1913 1,533 1,621 −5.4 1,235.75 1.2
Sherwood No. 159 December 11, 1911 929 1,039 −10.6 692.70 1.3
Silverwood No. 123 October 31, 1911 466 449 3.8 844.61 0.6
Sliding Hills No. 273 January 1, 1913 520 527 −1.3 855.28 0.6
Snipe Lake No. 259 December 11, 1911 452 427 5.9 1,573.80 0.3
Souris Valley No. 7 December 13, 1909 240 230 4.3 817.52 0.3
South Qu'Appelle No. 157 August 6, 1884 1,271 1,066 19.2 889.73 1.4
Spalding No. 368 December 11, 1911 447 425 5.2 811.47 0.6
Spiritwood No. 496 December 9, 1929 1,349[11] 1,277 5.6 2,392.94 0.6
Spy Hill No. 152 December 11, 1911 366 365 0.3 679.28 0.5
St. Andrews No. 287 December 12, 1910 532 582 −8.6 803.75 0.7
St. Louis No. 431 January 1, 1913 969 1,130 −14.2 790.93 1.2
St. Peter No. 369 December 11, 1911 790 901 −12.3 823.21 1.0
St. Philips No. 301 January 1, 1913 235 258 −8.9 655.79 0.4
Stanley No. 215 January 1, 1913 516 509 1.4 855.40 0.6
Star City No. 428 January 1, 1913 911 936 −2.7 824.85 1.1
Stonehenge No. 73 December 11, 1911 403 442 −8.8 985.74 0.4
Storthoaks No. 31 December 11, 1911 304 312 −2.6 582.57 0.5
Surprise Valley No. 9 January 1, 1913 193 199 −3.0 813.38 0.2
Sutton No. 103 December 11, 1911 240 294 −18.4 822.40 0.3
Swift Current No. 137 December 12, 1910 2,032 1,587 28.0 1,107.70 1.8
Tecumseh No. 65 December 13, 1909 270 270 0.0 824.83 0.3
Terrell No. 101 January 1, 1913 224 257 −12.8 864.06 0.3
The Gap No. 39 December 12, 1903 230 245 −6.1 830.92 0.3
Three Lakes No. 400 January 1, 1913 620 659 −5.9 772.49 0.8
Tisdale No. 427 December 9, 1912 916 919 −0.3 847.39 1.1
Torch River No. 488 January 1, 1950 1,468 1,559 −5.8 5,178.88 0.3
Touchwood No. 248 December 12, 1910 267 287 −7.0 706.72 0.4
Tramping Lake No. 380 December 12, 1910 410 403 1.7 615.56 0.7
Tullymet No. 216 January 1, 1913 220 245 −10.2 562.99 0.4
Turtle River No. 469 December 9, 1912 360 357 0.8 664.49 0.5
Usborne No. 310 December 13, 1909 547 566 −3.4 810.38 0.7
Val Marie No. 17 January 1, 1969 420[11] 479 −12.3 3,105.26 0.1
Vanscoy No. 345 December 13, 1909 2,714 2,629 3.2 866.54 3.1
Victory No. 226 December 8, 1919 443 428 3.5 1,375.44 0.3
Viscount No. 341 December 13, 1909 371 386 −3.9 831.23 0.4
Wallace No. 243 December 11, 1911 879 911 −3.5 831.48 1.1
Walpole No. 92 December 12, 1910 338 348 −2.9 844.66 0.4
Waverley No. 44 February 1, 1913 359 422 −14.9 1,429.30 0.3
Wawken No. 93 January 1, 1913 559 608 −8.1 766.57 0.7
Webb No. 138 December 13, 1909 533 556 −4.1 1,098.78 0.5
Wellington No. 97 December 13, 1909 356 357 −0.3 838.68 0.4
Weyburn No. 67 December 13, 1909 1,048 888 18.0 808.99 1.3
Wheatlands No. 163 December 13, 1909 149 164 −9.1 827.40 0.2
Whiska Creek No. 106 January 1, 1913 499 520 −4.0 851.89 0.6
White Valley No. 49 January 1, 1913 478 518 −7.7 2,026.88 0.2
Willner No. 253 January 1, 1913 245 254 −3.5 834.97 0.3
Willow Bunch No. 42 November 21, 1912 361 407 −11.3 1,047.80 0.3
Willow Creek No. 458 December 9, 1912 693 719 −3.6 845.18 0.8
Willowdale No. 153 January 1, 1913 297 333 −10.8 605.06 0.5
Wilton No. 472 December 13, 1909 1,494 1,473 1.4 1,042.72 1.4
Winslow No. 319 December 13, 1909 324 296 9.5 798.07 0.4
Wise Creek No. 77 January 1, 1913 157 252 −37.7 845.81 0.2
Wolseley No. 155 December 13, 1909 405 438 −7.5 774.26 0.5
Wolverine No. 340 December 13, 1909 464 480 −3.3 834.78 0.6
Wood Creek No. 281 December 13, 1909 205 274 −25.2 832.34 0.2
Wood River No. 74 December 9, 1912 324 387 −16.3 838.45 0.4
Wreford No. 280 December 12, 1910 150 175 −14.3 798.55 0.2
Total rural municipalities 174,585 176,167 −0.9 307,847.05 0.6

Northern municipalities[edit]

Map of northern municipalities by type in Saskatchewan as of 2013
Distribution of Saskatchewan's 2 northern towns, 11 northern villages and 11 northern hamlets within the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District

Saskatchewan has 24 northern municipalities, which includes the sub-types of northern towns, northern villages and northern hamlets,[2] that are located within the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District (NSAD).[20] Administration of northern towns, northern villages and northern hamlets is regulated by The Northern Municipalities Act.[9] Under this act:

  • a northern town may be formed from a northern village if it has a permanent resident population of at least 500;
  • a northern village may be formed from a northern hamlet if it has a permanent resident population of at least 100 and contains at least 50 separate dwelling units or business premises; and
  • a northern hamlet may be formed from an unincorporated northern settlement if it has a permanent population of at least 50 and contains at least 25 separate dwelling units or business premises.

Saskatchewan has 2 northern towns, 11 northern villages and 11 northern hamlets.[2] The largest and smallest northern municipalities by population are La Ronge (a northern town) and Dore Lake (a northern hamlet) with 2,743 and 48 respectively.[3][11]

Name[18] Status Incorporation
date[21]
Population
(2011)[3][11]
Population
(2006)[3]
Change
(%)[3]
Land area
(km²)[3]
Population
density[3]
Creighton Northern town October 1, 1983 1,498 1,502 −0.3 14.39 104.1
La Ronge Northern town May 3, 1905 2,743[11] 2,725 0.7 11.86 231.3
Air Ronge Northern village July 13, 1977 1,043 1,032 1.1 6.00 173.8
Beauval Northern village November 14, 1969 756 806 −6.2 6.71 112.6
Buffalo Narrows Northern village April 15, 1965 1,153 1,081 6.7 68.63 16.8
Cumberland House Northern village April 15, 1965 831[11] 810 2.6 15.69 53.0
Denare Beach Northern village October 1, 1983 820[11] 785 4.5 5.84 140.4
Green Lake Northern village August 20, 1973 418 361 15.8 121.92 3.4
Île-à-la-Crosse Northern village April 15, 1965 1,365 1,341 1.8 23.84 57.3
La Loche Northern village November 19, 1968 2,611 2,348 11.2 15.59 167.5
Pelican Narrows Northern village October 1, 1983 790 599 31.9 3.70 213.3
Pinehouse Northern village July 6, 1979 978 1,076 −9.1 6.84 142.9
Sandy Bay Northern village April 15, 1965 1,233 1,175 4.9 14.85 83.0
Black Point Northern hamlet March 26, 2008 47[18]
Cole Bay Northern hamlet November 1, 1983 230 156 47.4 4.95 46.5
Dore Lake Northern hamlet January 11, 1985 28 30 −6.7 8.03 3.5
Jans Bay Northern hamlet October 1, 1983 187 181 3.3 5.94 31.5
Michel Village Northern hamlet November 1, 1983 66 79 −16.5 3.73 17.7
Patuanak Northern hamlet December 1, 1983 64 84 −23.8 1.34 47.6
St. George's Hill Northern hamlet December 1, 1983 100 19 426.3 1.46 68.7
Stony Rapids Northern hamlet April 1, 1992 243 255 −4.7 3.96 61.3
Timber Bay Northern hamlet October 1, 1983 93 139 −33.1 4.44 20.9
Turnor Lake Northern hamlet October 1, 1984 179[11] 115 55.7 4.62 38.7
Weyakwin Northern hamlet December 1, 1983 135 99 36.4 8.20 16.5
Total northern towns 4,241 4,227 0.3 26.25 161.6
Total northern villages 11,998 11,414 5.1 289.61 41.4
Total northern hamlets 1,372 1,157 18.6 46.67 29.4
Total northern municipalities 17,611 16,798 4.8 362.53 48.6

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The remaining 5.9% of Saskatchewan's population resides on Indian reserves, Indian settlements, the vast unincorporated portions of the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District and other unincorporated areas. Together, they occupy the remaining 47.3% of the province's land mass.[3]
  2. ^ a b The Municipalities Act does not elaborate on the prescribed minimum taxable assessment base, but does define 'prescribed' as meaning "prescribed in the regulations made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council".[7]
  3. ^ This refers to the rural municipality that surrounds the urban municipality.
  4. ^ The balance of Flin Flon is located within Manitoba. The 2011 and 2006 populations presented here do not include 5,363 and 5,594 in the Manitoba portion of Flin Flon respectively, while the land area also does not include 13.88 km2 (5.36 sq mi) in the Saskatchewan portion. The city's total populations in 2011 and 2006 were 5,592 and 5,836 respectively, while its total land area was 16.25 km2 (6.27 sq mi).[12]
  5. ^ The balance of Lloydminster is located within Alberta. The 2011 and 2006 populations presented here do not include 18,032 and 15,910 in the Alberta portion of Lloydminster respectively, while the land area also does not include 24.19 km2 (9.34 sq mi) in the Saskatchewan portion. The city's total populations in 2011 and 2006 were 27,804 and 24,028 respectively, while its total land area was 41.53 km2 (16.03 sq mi).[13]
  6. ^ Regina is Saskatchewan's capital and was its first city, incorporated June 19, 1903.[14] The Regina census metropolitan area (CMA) is formed around the City of Regina.[15]
  7. ^ Saskatoon is Saskatchewan's largest city by both population and area.[3] The Saskatoon CMA includes the cities of Martensville, Saskatoon and Warman.[15][16]
  8. ^ Warman is Saskatchewan's newest city, incorporated October 27, 2012.[16]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, 2011 and 2006 censuses". Statistics Canada. January 30, 2013. Retrieved December 4, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Types of Municipalities". Saskatchewan Ministry of Municipal Relations. Retrieved December 12, 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2011 and 2006 censuses (Saskatchewan)". Statistics Canada. May 28, 2012. Retrieved December 11, 2012. 
  4. ^ a b "The Saskatchewan Gazette: Part I: Volume 109" (PDF). Government of Saskatchewan. November 29, 2013. pp. 2426–2427. Retrieved April 6, 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "The Saskatchewan Gazette: Part I: Volume 110" (PDF). Government of Saskatchewan. January 3, 2014. pp. 20–21. Retrieved April 6, 2014. 
  6. ^ a b c "Municipal System – History and Types". Saskatchewan Municipal Relations. Retrieved December 4, 2013. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f "The Cities Act" (PDF). Government of Saskatchewan. pp. 9, 32 and 34. Retrieved December 17, 2012. 
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