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List Of Villages In Saskatchewan
A village is a type of incorporated urban municipality in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
. A village is created from an organized hamlet by the Minister of Municipal Affairs by ministerial order via section 51 of The Municipalities Act if the community has: * been an organized hamlet for three or more years; * a population of 100 or more; * 50 or more dwellings or businesses; and * a taxable assessment base that meets a prescribed minimum. Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
has 260 villages that had a cumulative population of 43,136 and an average population of 166 in the 2011 Census . Saskatchewan's largest village is Caronport with a population of 1,068, while Dafoe , Keeler , Krydor and Valparaiso are the province's smallest villages with populations of 15 each. A village council may request the Minister of Municipal Affairs to change its status to a town if the village has a population of 500 or more
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Aylesbury, Saskatchewan
AYLESBURY is a village in south-central Saskatchewan , Canada , approximately 60 km north of Moose Jaw . Aylesbury is part of the Rural Municipality of Craik . It incorporated as a town in 1910. The village was named after Aylesbury Vale , a region in Buckinghamshire , England. A Parrish years later it would close and its students sent to the school in nearby Craik . In the 1980s, it received national media attention when residents rallied in an (ultimately unsuccessful) attempt to convince Canada Post not to close the town's post office. Today the Canada Post service is contracted to the Aylesbury Hotel. As part of a series of monuments in towns along Highway 11 , a life-size ox and cart was erected outside Aylesbury in 1999. It was created by Don Wilkins, who also created metal sculptures for the neighbouring towns of Craik and Girvin
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Elmsthorpe No. 100, Saskatchewan
ELMSTHORPE NO. 100 (2006 Population 258) is a rural municipality in south-eastern Saskatchewan , Canada encompassing 843.12 square kilometers in area. The rural municipality maintains its office in Avonlea, Saskatchewan . The communities of Truax , Claybank and Crystal Hill are within the rural municipality. The rural municipality in conjunction with the provincial government is in charge of maintenance of highways in its area. As well, the municipality provides policing, fire protection and municipal governance for the rural district, with a reeve as its administrator. The Claybank Brick Plant (a national historic site) is located within the rural municipality. Agriculture is the major industry in the rural municipality. CONTENTS * 1 Statistics * 2 Communities * 3 Heritage Properties * 4 References STATISTICS CANADA CENSUS – RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF ELMSTHORPE NO
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Craik No. 222, Saskatchewan
CRAIK NO. 222, Saskatchewan in Canada is located centrally between the cities of Regina and Saskatoon . It is home to the communities of Craik and Aylesbury . CONTENTS * 1 Demographics * 2 Communities * 3 References * 4 External links DEMOGRAPHICSIn the 2011 Census , Statistics Canada originally reported that the Rural Municipality of Craik No. 222 had a population of 299 living in 118 of its 164 total dwellings, a 3.8% change from its 2006 population of 288. Statistics Canada subsequently amended the 2011 census results to a population of 276 living in 104 of its 146 total dwellings, a -4.2% change from 2006. With a land area of 11.86 km2 (4.58 sq mi), it had a population density of 231.28/km2 (599.0/sq mi) in 2011
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Aylsham, Saskatchewan
AYLSHAM (2006 Population 92) is a village in the Nipawin Rural Municipality No. 487 , Saskatchewan , Canada , approximately 65 km northeast of Melfort . Aylsham Saskatchewan was named by the migrating settlers after Aylsham, Norfolk, England
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Avonlea, Saskatchewan
AVONLEA (2006 population 381) is a village in south-central Saskatchewan , Canada , approximately 82 km (51 mi) southwest of Regina . The village was named after the fictional town of Avonlea, Prince Edward Island in Lucy Maud Montgomery 's novel Anne of Green Gables . The television series Road to Avonlea is based on the book. CONTENTS * 1 Attractions * 2 Demographics * 3 References * 4 External links ATTRACTIONS Avonlea Elevator History of the area can be found at Avonlea Heritage Museum. A local creek of the same name flows past the town on the east side, heading north, and joins the Moose Jaw River near Rouleau . The picturesque Dirt Hills to the west are home to natural flora and fauna. Avonlea Dam was built on Avonlea Creek 5 km (3.1 mi) east of the town in 1963, which created Reg Watson Reservoir. The reservoir is the town's only water source
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Fertile Belt No. 183, Saskatchewan
FERTILE BELT NO. 183 (2011 population : 785) is a rural municipality in Saskatchewan , Canada encompassing 1,006.68 square kilometers in area. The rural municipality maintains its office in Stockholm, Saskatchewan . The rural municipality in conjunction with the provincial government is in charge of maintenance of highways in its area. As well, the municipality provides policing, fire protection and municipal governance for the rural district, with a reeve as its administrator. CONTENTS * 1 Demographics * 2 Communities * 3 Historical buildings * 4 Transportation * 5 References DEMOGRAPHICS CANADA CENSUS – RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF FERTILE BELT NO
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Arran, Saskatchewan
ARRAN (2011 population 40) is a village in Livingston Rural Municipality No. 331 , Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
, Canada
Canada
, approximately 90 km northeast of Yorkton and 10 km west of the Manitoba
Manitoba
border. Arran is located on Highway 49 . The village was named after the Isle of Arran in Scotland. CONTENTS* 1 History * 1.1 Historic sites * 2 Statistics * 3 Climate * 4 See also * 5 References * 6 External links HISTORY The Doukhobor settlement of Vosnesinia , on the Swan River north-east of Arran, in the early 1900s. The area around Arran was part of the "North Reserve", also known as "Thunder Hill Reserve", one of the block settlement areas allocated for the Doukhobor immigrants who arrived here in 1899 from Russia 's Transcaucasian provinces
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Livingston No. 331, Saskatchewan
LIVINGSTON NO. 331 is a rural municipality in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
, located in the Census Division 9 a part of SARM Division 4 . The seat of the municipality is located in the Village of Arran . CONTENTS * 1 Demographics * 2 Communities * 3 Transportation * 4 Attractions * 5 See also * 6 References * 7 External links DEMOGRAPHICSIn 2006, Livingston No. 331 had a population of 355 in 177 dwellings, a -16.9% decrease from 2001. On a surface of 1,338.64 km² it has a density of 0.3 inhabitants/km²
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Atwater, Saskatchewan
ATWATER (2011 population : 31) is a village within the boundaries of Fertile Belt Rural Municipality No. 183 , Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
, Canada
Canada
, approximately 45 km southeast of the city of Melville . CONTENTS * 1 Demographics * 2 Climate * 3 See also * 4 References * 5 External links DEMOGRAPHICS CANADA CENSUS – ATWATER, SASKATCHEWAN COMMUNITY PROFILE 2011 2006 POPULATION: 31 (24.0%% from 2006) 25 (-16.7%% from 2001) LAND AREA: 1.79 km2 (0.69 sq mi) 1.79 km2 (0.69 sq mi) POPULATION DENSITY: 17.3/km2 (45/sq mi) 13.9/km2 (36/sq mi) MEDIAN AGE: n/a (M: n/a, F: n/a) TOTAL PRIVATE DWELLINGS: 16 12 MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME: $n/a Notes: Some of the 2011 figures are from Statistics Canada's 2011 census corrections and updates
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Bangor, Saskatchewan
BANGOR (2006 population 50) is a village in the Fertile Belt Rural Municipality No. 183 , Saskatchewan , Canada . CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Demographics * 3 See also * 4 References * 5 External links HISTORYBangor was settled in 1902 by descendants of Welsh families who'd migrated to Patagonia in 1860. Due to increasing conflicts with the Argentine authorities plus a flood in 1899, some 250 decided to migrate again. At the urging of David Lloyd George and Evan Jenkins, one of their fellow Welsh Patagonians who'd migrated to Canada earlier, they moved to Saskatchewan. The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway was going to name the town Basco, but the Welsh settlers convinced them to change it to be named after Bangor in Wales
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Beatty, Saskatchewan
BEATTY (2006 population 61) is a village in Saskatchewan , Canada , located approximately 13 km (8 mi) northwest of Melfort . It is at the junction of highways 3 and 368 . In 1925, Beatty was a Canadian National Railways C.N.R. Rail Station on the Swan River - Prince Albert Branch Line. Beatty belongs to Rural Municipality Number 429 - Flett\'s Springs . The area surrounding Beatty is predominantly farmland. CONTENTS * 1 History * 2 Demographics * 3 Sports * 4 Education * 5 Location * 6 Local Businesses * 7 See also * 8 References * 9 External links HISTORYBeatty was named in 1904, after (and by) Reginald Beatty, an employee of the Hudson\'s Bay Company and the first settler in the Melfort district. Beatty post office was established in 1908 in the Federal electoral district of Rosthern . A community center was built in 1978 through local fundraising
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Bjorkdale, Saskatchewan
BJORKDALE /ˈbɜːrkdeɪl/ (2011 population 199) is a village in Bjorkdale Rural Municipality No. 426 , Saskatchewan , Canada . CONTENTS * 1 Demographics * 2 See also * 3 References * 4 External links DEMOGRAPHICS CANADA CENSUS – BJORKDALE COMMUNITY PROFILE 2011 2006 POPULATION: 199 (-1% from 2006) 201 (-12.2% from 2001) LAND AREA: 1.39 km2 (0.54 sq mi) 1.39 km2 (0.54 sq mi) POPULATION DENSITY: 143.7/km2 (372/sq mi) 145.1/km2 (376/sq mi) MEDIAN AGE: 44.2 (M: 44.0, F: 44.5) 45.2 (M: 43.0, F: 46.2) TOTAL PRIVATE DWELLINGS: 97 102 MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD INCOME: References: 2011 2006 earlier SEE ALSO * List of communities in Saskatchewan * Villages of Saskatchewan REFERENCES * ^ Village in the Valley * ^ "2011 Community Profiles". Canada 2011 Census . Statistics Canada. July 5, 2013. Retrieved 2012-06-21. * ^ "2006 Community Profiles". Canada 2006 Census . Statistics Canada. March 30, 2011. Retrieved 2009-02-24
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Dufferin No. 190, Saskatchewan
DUFFERIN NO. 190 is a rural municipality in south-central Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
, Canada
Canada
. It is located in Division 2 . CONTENTS * 1 Communities * 2 Demographics * 3 References * 4 External links COMMUNITIESThese communities are located within the geographical boundaries of Dufferin No. 190, but are technically not part of the rural municipality. * Bethune * Findlater * North Grove DEMOGRAPHICSIn the 2011 Census , the Rural Municipality of Dufferin No. 190 had a population of 512 living in 163 of its 305 total private dwellings. REFERENCES * ^ "Corrections and updates: Population and dwelling count amendments, 2011 Census". Statistics Canada
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