Saskatchewan Highway 903

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Highway 903
Route information
Length: 179 km (111 mi)
History: Formerly Saskatchewan Highway 104
Major junctions
South end: Hwy 55 in Meadow Lake
  Hwy 55
Hwy 941
Hwy 904
Hwy 965
North end: Cole Bay
Meadow Lake No. 588
Major cities: Meadow Lake, Cole Bay
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

Hwy 799 Hwy 904

Highway 903 is a provincial highway in the northwest region of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It begins at Highway 55 in Meadow Lake No. 588, east of the town of Meadow Lake, and heads north to Upper Cumins Lake. Along the way, it intersects Highway 941, Highway 904, and Highway 965 (at Cole Bay, on the south side of Canoe Lake), and provides access to Waterhen Lake regional park, and Indian Reserve IR 130. Highway 903 is about 179 km (111 mi) long.[1] [2]

Highway 904 and part of Highway 903 north of Highway 904 were once Highway 104, a northerly extension of Highway 4.[3]