Rural Municipality of Arm River No. 252

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Arm River No. 252 (2006 Population 240) is a rural municipality in central Saskatchewan, Canada along Highway 11 between Saskatoon and Regina. It is located in Division No. 11. Arm River No. 252 was incorporated as Girvin on December 1, 1909, the name changing to Arm River on June 29, 1912.[1] At the end of 2005, the village of Girvin dissolved, and its population is now counted as a part of Arm River No. 252.

Statistics[edit]

According to the Canada 2006 Census:

  • Population: 240
  • % Change (2001-2006): -5.8
  • Dwellings: 115
  • Area (km².): 725.26
  • Density (persons per km².): 0.3

Communities[edit]

Saskatchewan Railways and Railway Stations[edit]

(historic or current)

  • Regina Branch C.N.R—serves Bethune, Findlater, Chamberlain, Aylesbury, Craik, Girvin, Davidson, Bladworth, Kenaston, Strong.

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Saskatchewan Highways and Roads[edit]

For more information see also List of Saskatchewan provincial highways
For more information see also List of Saskatchewan provincial roads

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Coordinates: 51°10′34″N 105°51′50″W / 51.176°N 105.864°W / 51.176; -105.864