Rural Municipality of Griffin No. 66

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The Rural Municipality of Griffin No. 66, Saskatchewan was originally called Hastings and is now named Griffin as of January 30, 1910. The original founding date of Hastings was December 13, 1909[1]

Population[edit]

As of the census in 2001, there were 395 people living in the RM of Griffin No. 31.

Statistics[edit]

According to the Canada 2001 Census:

  • Population: 395
  • % Change (1996–2001): −6.2
  • Dwellings: 153
  • Area (km²): 814.03
  • Density (persons per km²): 0.5

Urban Communities[edit]

Saskatchewan Railways and Railway Stations[edit]

(historic or current)

  • Weyburn-Stoughton Branch C.P.R. – serves Weyburn, Hume, Griffin, Froude, Stoughton
  • Boundary Subdivision C.N.R – serves Brough, Griffin, Innes, Huntoon, Viewfield.[2]

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

See also[edit]

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Coordinates: 49°39′13″N 103°25′45″W / 49.65361°N 103.42917°W / 49.65361; -103.42917