Rural Municipality of Bone Creek No. 108

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Rural Municipality of Bone Creek No. 108
Rural Municipality of Bone Creek No. 108 is located in Saskatchewan
Rural Municipality of Bone Creek No. 108
Location of Bone Creek No. 108 in Saskatchewan
Coordinates: 49°23′24″N 109°15′00″W / 49.390°N 109.250°W / 49.390; -109.250Coordinates: 49°23′24″N 109°15′00″W / 49.390°N 109.250°W / 49.390; -109.250
Country Canada
Province Saskatchewan
Region South-west Saskatchewan
Census division 4
Government
 • Reeve Ben Lewans
 • Administrator Rhonda Bellefeuille
 • Councilors Barry Simmons
Ronald Fuller
Danny Island
Dan McGuire
David Krause
Keith Wenzel
Brian Kiss
Area
 • Land 847.16 km2 (327.09 sq mi)
Population (2006)
 • Total 321
 • Density 0.4/km2 (1/sq mi)
Time zone UTC (UTC-6)
Website Official website[1]

The Rural Municipality of Bone Creek No. 108 is a rural municipality in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Bone Creek #108 is located in south western, Saskatchewan, in SARM Division 3 and the Census division No. 4 .

Demographics[edit]

In 2006, the Rural municipality had a population of 321 in 98 dwellings, a -26.1% decrease from 2001. On a surface of 847.16 km² it has a density of 0.4 inhabitants/km².[2]

History[edit]

Before 1905, "’Community’s popular name"’ would have been part of the North West Territories.

Communities[edit]

The following communities are located in the Rural municipality of Bone Creek No. 108:

Hamlets
Localities[3]
  • Illerbrun
  • Instow, former seat of municipality & dissolved as a village, December 31, 1953.[4]
  • Scotsguard, former seat of municipality & dissolved as a village, December 31, 1951.

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