Saskatchewan Highway 982

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Highway 982
Route information
Length: 57 km (35 mi)
Highway system
Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Highway 982 is a provincial highway in the east central region of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Highway 8 to Highway 9. Highway 982 is about 57 km (35 mi) long.

Highway 982 passes through the McBride Lake Provincial Reserve, and three provincial recreational sites within the reserve are accessible from the highway (another outside the reserve is near the highway's northern terminus). Highway 982 also connects with Highway 983.[1] [2]

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