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CPR Station Drinkwater, Saskatchewan c1908.
|Federal Electoral District||Assiniboia|
|Time zone||Central (UTC-6)|
Drinkwater is a village in Saskatchewan, located on a branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway, 18 miles south-east of Moose Jaw and is named for Charles Drinkwater, an original director of the railway. It can be reached via Saskatchewan Highway 39.
- Dominion Land Survey Sec.29, Twp.15, R.23, W2
- Long (DMS) 50° 18' 00" N
- Lat (DMS) 105° 08' 00" W
- Time zone (est) UTC-6
Location relative to other communities
|North: Belle Plaine|
|West: Moose Jaw, Bushell Park||Drinkwater||East: Rouleau|
- Government of Saskatchewan (June 9, 2015), Municipal Directory System, retrieved 2016-03-31
- Government of Canada, Archivia Net, Post Offices and Postmasters, archived from the original on 2006-10-06, retrieved 2007-05-05
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