Rural Municipality of Hart Butte No. 11

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Hart Butte No. 11 is a rural municipality in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It is located in southern Saskatchewan and is within SARM Division No. 2 and Census Division No. 3. Its population was 272 as of the 2006 Census.

The rural municipality is a part owner of the Fife Lake Railway. [1]

The southern boundary of the RM is the United States border with Daniels County, Montana.

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According to the Canada 2006 Census, Happy Valley No. 10 has a population of 272 people, a change of -12.5% from 2001. It has a total of 112 private dwellings, 94 of which are occupied by usual residents. It has an area of 841.94 square kilometres (325.07 sq mi) and a population density of 0.3 inhabitants per square kilometre (0.78/sq mi).[2]

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Coordinates: 49°07′50″N 105°25′22″W / 49.13056°N 105.42278°W / 49.13056; -105.42278