List of communities in Saskatchewan

Communities of the Province of Saskatchewan, Canada are incorporated towns, cities, villages, and resort villages and unincorporated organized hamlets.[1] Regional rural forms of administration are rural municipalities.[clarification needed]

Census Divisions are entities established by Statistics Canada for enumeration purposes, while Census Metropolitan Areas include cities with a population greater than 100,000 and their surrounding regions.

The administration of rural municipalities, towns, villages, resort villages, organized hamlets, and hamlets is regulated by The Municipalities Act;[2] the administration of cities is regulated by The Cities Act;[3] the administration of towns, northern villages, northern hamlets, and northern settlements (those in the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District[4]) is regulated by The Northern Municipalities Act.[5]

As of October 1, 2009, Saskatchewan had an estimated population of 1,034,974.[6]

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Cities

In Saskatchewan, towns must have a population above 5,000 in order to be granted city status.[3] A city does not automatically revert to town status if the population drops below 5,000; this only occurs if the city council requests it, the majority of electors vote to revert to town status, or the appropriate provincial minister is of the opinion that the reversion to town status is in the public interest.[3] The city of Melville retains city status as of 2010 despite dropping below 5,000 population in the 1990s.

As of February 2010, there are fifteen cities in Saskatchewan, counting Lloydminster but not counting Flin Flon.[1] In August 2009, it was announced that both Martensville and Meadow Lake would achieve city status, on November 3 and November 9 respectively.[7][8]

City   Area (km²)   Population (2006)   Density (/km²)    Foundation Date    Village Date    Town Incorporation Date    City Incorporation Date    Remarks  
Estevan 17.56 &1000000000001008400000010,084 574.4 1892[9] November 2, 1899 March 1, 1906 March 1, 1957
Flin Flon 2.37 &10000000000000242000000242 101.9 Majority of the city is located in Manitoba, numbers are for Saskatchewan side only.
Humboldt 11.72 &100000000000049980000004,998 426.4 1875[10] June 30, 1905 April 1, 1907 November 7, 2000
Lloydminster 17.34 &100000000000081180000008,118 468.2 1903[11] November 25, 1903 April 1, 1907 January 1, 1958 City stretches into Alberta, numbers are for Saskatchewan side only.
Martensville 4.78 &100000000000049680000004,968 1040 1939[12] September 1, 1966 January 1, 1969 November 3, 2009
Meadow Lake 7.95 &100000000000047710000004,771 599.8 1889[13] August 24, 1931 February 1, 1936 November 9, 2009
Melfort 14.78 &100000000000051920000005,192 351.3 1884[14] November 4, 1903 July 1, 1907 September 2, 1980 Originally named Stoney Creek Settlement.[14]
Melville 14.82 &100000000000041490000004,149 280.0 1908[15] December 21, 1908 November 1, 1909 August 1, 1960
Moose Jaw 46.82 &1000000000003213200000032,132 686.3 1881[16] January 19, 1884 November 20, 1903
North Battleford 33.55 &1000000000001319000000013,190 393.2 1905[17] March 21, 1906 July 18, 1906 May 1, 1913
Prince Albert 65.68 &1000000000003413800000034,138 519.7 1866[18] October 8, 1885 October 8, 1904 Originally named Isbister's Settlement.[19]
Flag of Regina
Regina
118.87 &10000000000179246000000179,246 1,507.9 1882[20] December 1, 1883 June 19, 1903 Originally named Pile O' Bones.[20] Capital of Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon 170.83 &10000000000202340000000202,340 1,184.4 1883[21] November 16, 1901 July 1, 1903 May 26, 1906 Temperance Colony founded at Nutana. Riversdale, Nutana, and Saskatoon merge to form city.[21] Most populous and geographically largest city in Saskatchewan.
Swift Current 24.04 &1000000000001494600000014,946 621.8 1882[22] February 4, 1904 March 15, 1907 January 15, 1914
Weyburn 15.78 &100000000000094330000009,433 597.7 1899[23] October 22, 1900 August 5, 1903 September 1, 1913
Yorkton 24.57 &1000000000001503800000015,038 612.2 1882[24] July 11, 1894 April 16, 1900 February 1, 1928 Originally named York City.[24]

Area, population, and population density figures obtained from Statistics Canada's 2006 Community Profiles.[25] Incorporation dates obtained from Government of Saskatchewan's Ministry of Municipal Affairs.[26]

Towns

In Saskatchewan, towns are formed from villages or resort villages with a population of at least 500 people.[2] The council of the village or resort village must request the change to town status. When a town's population exceeds 5,000 people, the council may request a change to city status, but the change in incorporation level is not mandatory. Towns with shrinking populations are allowed to retain town status even if the number of residents falls below the 500 limit. For example, the towns of Fleming, Francis, and Scott have populations that have dropped under 500 people and are still qualified under town status. Towns with populations below the limit may, however, revert to village or resort village status if the town council requests it.

As of February 2010, there are 145 towns in Saskatchewan.[1]

Aberdeen  · Alameda  · Allan  · Arborfield  · Arcola  · Asquith  · Assiniboia  · Balcarres  · Balgonie  · Battleford  · Bengough  · Bienfait  · Big River  · Biggar  · Birch Hills  · Blaine Lake  · Bredenbury  · Broadview  · Bruno  · Burstall  · Cabri  · Canora  · Carlyle  · Carnduff  · Carrot River  · Central Butte  · Choiceland  · Churchbridge  · Colonsay  · Coronach  · Craik  · Cudworth  · Cupar  · Cut Knife  · Dalmeny  · Davidson  · Delisle  · Duck Lake  · Dundurn  · Eastend  · Eatonia  · Elrose  · Esterhazy  · Eston  · Fleming  · Foam Lake  · Fort Qu'Appelle  · Francis  · Govan · Gravelbourg  · Grenfell  · Gull Lake  · Hafford  · Hague  · Hanley  · Herbert  · Hudson Bay  · Imperial  · Indian Head  · Ituna  · Kamsack  · Kelvington  · Kerrobert  · Kindersley  · Kinistino  · Kipling  · Kyle  · Lafleche  · Lampman  · Langenburg  · Langham  · Lanigan  · Lashburn  · Leader  · Lemberg  · Leroy  · Lumsden  · Luseland  · Macklin  · Maidstone  · Maple Creek  · Marshall  · Midale  · Milestone  · Moosomin  · Morse  · Mossbank  · Naicam  · Nipawin  · Nokomis  · Norquay  · Ogema  · Osler  · Outlook  · Oxbow  · Pilot Butte  · Ponteix  · Porcupine Plain  · Preeceville  · Qu'Appelle  · Radisson  · Radville  · Raymore  · Redvers  · Regina Beach  · Rocanville  · Rockglen  · Rose Valley  · Rosetown  · Rosthern  · Rouleau  · Saltcoats  · Scott  · Shaunavon  · Shellbrook  · Sintaluta  · Southey  · Spiritwood  · Springside  · St. Brieux  · St. Walburg  · Star City  · Stoughton  · Strasbourg  · Sturgis  · Tisdale  · Turtleford  · Unity  · Vonda  · Wadena  · Wakaw  · Waldheim  · Wapella  · Warman  · Watrous  · Watson  · Wawota  · White City  · Whitewood  · Wilkie  · Willow Bunch  · Wolseley  · Wynyard  · Yellow Grass  · Zealandia  ·

Northern towns

A northern town is a town in the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District. Its administration is regulated by The Northern Municipalities Act.[5] A northern village may apply for town status when the actual resident population is at least 500.

As of February 2010, there are 2 northern towns in Saskatchewan.[1]

Creighton  · La Ronge  ·

Villages

The people of an organized hamlet may request that the hamlet be incorporated as a village or resort village. In order to qualify, the hamlet must have been an organized hamlet for at least 3 years, have a population of at least 100 in the most recent census, and contain at least 50 separate dwelling units or business premises.[2]

As of 2008, there are 270 villages and 40 resort villages in Saskatchewan.[1]

Abbey  · Abernethy  · Albertville  · Alida  · Alsask  · Alvena  · Aneroid  · Annaheim  · Antler  · Archerwill  · Arran  · Atwater  · Avonlea  · Aylesbury  · Aylsham  · Bangor  · Beatty  · Beechy  · Belle Plaine  · Bethune  · Bjorkdale  · Bladworth  · Borden  · Bracken  · Bradwell  · Briercrest  · Brock  · Broderick  · Brownlee  · Buchanan  · Buena Vista  · Bulyea  · Cadillac  · Calder  · Canwood  · Carievale  · Carmichael  · Caronport  · Ceylon  · Chamberlain  · Chaplin  · Christopher Lake  · Clavet  · Climax  · Coderre  · Codette  · Coleville  · Conquest  · Consul  · Craven  · Creelman  · Dafoe  · Debden  · Denholm  · Denzil  · Dilke  · Dinsmore  · Disley  · Dodsland  · Dorintosh  · Drake  · Drinkwater  · Dubuc  · Duff  · Duval  · Dysart  · Earl Grey  · Ebenezer  · Edam  · Edenwold  · Elbow  · Elfros  · Elstow  · Endeavour  · Englefeld  · Ernfold  · Eyebrow  · Fairlight  · Fenwood  · Fillmore  · Findlater  · Flaxcombe  · Forget  · Fosston  · Fox Valley  · Frobisher  · Frontier  · Gainsborough  · Gerald  · Gladmar  · Glaslyn  · Glen Ewen  · Glenavon  · Glenside  · Golden Prairie  · Goodeve  · Goodsoil  · Goodwater  · Grand Coulee  · Grayson  · Halbrite  · Harris  · Hawarden  · Hazenmore  · Hazlet  · Hepburn  · Heward  · Hodgeville  · Holdfast  · Hubbard  · Hyas  · Invermay  · Jansen  · Keeler  · Kelliher  · Kenaston  · Kendal  · Kennedy  · Kenosee Lake  · Killaly  · Kincaid  · Kinley  · Kisbey  · Krydor  · Laird  · Lake Alma  · Lake Lenore  · Lancer  · Landis  · Lang  · Leask  · Lebret  · Leoville  · Leross  · Lestock  · Liberty  · Limerick  · Lintlaw  · Lipton  · Loon Lake  · Loreburn  · Love  · Lucky Lake  · Macnutt  · Macoun  · Macrorie  · Major  · Makwa  · Mankota  · Manor  · Marcelin  · Marengo  · Margo  · Markinch  · Marquis  · Marsden  · Maryfield  · Maymont  · Mclean  · Mctaggart  · Meacham  · Meath Park  · Medstead  · Mendham  · Meota  · Mervin  · Middle Lake  · Milden  · Minton  · Mistatim  · Montmartre  · Mortlach  · Muenster  · Neilburg  · Netherhill  · Neudorf  · Neville  · North Portal  · Odessa  · Osage  · Paddockwood  · Pangman  · Paradise Hill  · Parkside  · Paynton  · Pelly  · Pennant  · Pense  · Perdue  · Pierceland  · Pilger  · Pleasantdale  · Plenty  · Plunkett  · Prelate  · Primate  · Prud'homme  · Punnichy  · Quill Lake  · Quinton  · Rabbit Lake  · Rama  · Rhein  · Richard  · Richmound  · Ridgedale  · Riverhurst  · Roche Percee  · Ruddell  · Rush Lake  · Ruthilda  · Sceptre  · Sedley  · Semans  · Senlac  · Shackleton  · Shamrock  · Sheho  · Shell Lake  · Silton  · Simpson  · Smeaton  · Smiley  · Spalding  · Speers  · Spy Hill  · St. Benedict  · St. Gregor  · St. Louis (Former name: Boucher, Saskatchewan, NWT)  · Stenen  · Stewart Valley  · Stockholm  · Storthoaks  · Strongfield  · Success  · Tantallon  · Tessier  · Theodore  · Togo  · Tompkins  · Torquay  · Tramping Lake  · Tribune  · Tugaske  · Tuxford  · Val Marie  · Valparaiso  · Vanguard  · Vanscoy  · Vibank  · Viscount  · Waldeck  · Waldron  · Waseca  · Webb  · Weekes  · Weirdale  · Weldon  · Welwyn  · White Fox  · Wilcox  · Willowbrook  · Windthorst  · Wiseton  · Wood Mountain  · Yarbo  · Yellow Creek  · Young  · Zelma  · Zenon Park  ·

Resort villages

Alice Beach · Aquadeo · B-Say-Tah  · Beaver Flat  · Big Shell  · Bird's Point  · Candle Lake  · Chitek Lake  · Chorney Beach  · Cochin  · Coteau Beach  · Echo Bay  · Etters Beach  · Fort San  · Glen Harbour  · Grandview Beach  · Greig Lake  · Island View  · Kannata Valley  · Kivimaa-Moonlight Bay  · Leslie Beach  · Lumsden Beach  · Manitou Beach  · Melville Beach · Metinota  · Mistusinne  · North Grove  · Pebble Baye  · Pelican Cove · Sandy Beach  · Saskatchewan Beach  · Shields  · South Lake  · Sunset Cove  · Sun Valley  · Thode  · Tobin Lake  · Wakaw Lake  · Wee Too Beach  · West End  ·

Northern villages

A northern village is located in the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District, and its administration is regulated by The Northern Municipalities Act.[5] A northern hamlet may apply for northern village status when the population is at least 100 and the northern hamlet contains at least 50 separate dwelling units or business premises.

As of 2008, there are 11 northern villages in Saskatchewan.

Air Ronge  · Beauval  · Buffalo Narrows  · Cumberland House  · Denare Beach  · Green Lake  · Île-à-la-Crosse  · La Loche  · Pelican Narrows  · Pinehouse  · Sandy Bay  ·

Restructured villages

The following is a table of restructured villages[27] in Saskatchewan that have lost their village status and have been given hamlet status under the jurisdiction of the Rural Municipality or District they are located in, either due to loss of population, restructuring, or being incorporated within another municipality.

Hamlets

In Saskatchewan, a hamlet is an unincorporated community with at least five occupied dwellings situated on separate lots and at least 10 separate lots, the majority of which are an average size of less than one acre.[2] The people in a hamlet may apply for organized hamlet status within the rural municipality in which the hamlet is located.

Many, but not all, organized hamlets in Saskatchewan are accorded the status of designated place in the Canadian census; unorganized hamlets are not.

As of 2008, there are 171 organized hamlets in Saskatchewan.[1]

Alta Vista  · Amsterdam  · Anglin Lake  · Ardill  · Arlington Beach  · Avonhurst  · Baldwinton  · Balone Beach  · Bankend  · Barrier Ford  · Barthel  · Bateman  · Bayard  · Bayview Heights  · Beadle  · Beaubier  · Beaver Creek  · Bellegarde  · Benito Beach  · Bertwell  · Big Beaver  · Big Shell  · Bird's Point  · Blumenheim  · Blumenthal  · Bodmin  · Brancepeth  · Bromhead  · Burgis Beach  · Burr  · Cactus Lake  · Candiac  · Cannington Lake  · Caron  · Casa Rio  · Cathedral Bluffs  · Cedar Villa Estates  · Cedoux  · Chamakese  · Chelan  · Chitek  · Chorney Beach  · Chortitz  · Clair  · Claybank  · Clemenceau  · Colesdale Park  · Congress  · Corning  · Courval  · Crane Valley  · Crooked River  · Crutwell  · Crystal Bay-Sunset  · Crystal Lake  · Crystal Springs  · Cudsaskwa Beach  · Darlings Beach  · Davin  · Day's Beach  · Delmas  · Demaine  · Eagle Ridge Country Estates  · Edgeley  · Elbow Lake  · Eldersley  · Erwood  · Evergreen Acres  · Evergreen Brightsand  · Fairholme  · Fairy Glen  · Fife Lake  · Fiske  · Frenchman Butte  · Furdale  · Garrick  · Good Spirit Acres  · Gray  · Greenspot  · Gronlid  · Guernsey  · Hagen  · Hazel Dell  · Hendon  · Hitchcock Bay  · Hoey  · Holbein  · Horseshoe Bay  · Indian Point-Golden Sands  · Jasmin  · Kandahar  · Kayville  · Ketchen  · Kopp's Kove  · Kronau  · Kuroki  · Kylemore  · Lady Lake  · Lakeview  · Langbank  · Lanz Point  · Laporte  · Lisieux  · Little Fishing Lake  · Little Swan River  · Livelong  · Lone Rock  · MacDowall  · Main Centre  · Martinson's Beach  · Mayfair  · Maymont Beach  · McCord  · Merrill Hills  · Meskanaw  · Mikado  · Mohr's Beach  · Moose Bay  · Mozart  · Mullingar  · Nesslin Lake  · Neuanlage  · Neuhorst  · North Colesdale Park  · North Shore Fishing Lake  · North Weyburn  · Northside  · Nut Mountain  · Okla  · Ormiston  · Otthon  · Ottman-Murray Beach  · Oungre  · Parkland Beach  · Parkview  · Parry  · Pasqua Lake  · Peebles  · Pelican Cove  · Pelican Point  · Pelican Shores (formerly Espeseth Cove)  · Percival  · Phillips Grove  · Powm Beach  · Prairie River  · Prince  · Riceton  · Riverside Estates  · Runnymede  · Sand Point Beach  · Sarnia Beach  · Scout Lake  · Shipman  · Simmie  · Sleepy Hollow  · Snowden  · Sorenson's Beach  · South Waterhen Lake  · Spring Bay  · Spruce Bay  · Spruce Lake  · St. Isidore-de-Bellevue  · St. Joseph's  · Summerfield Beach  · Sunset Beach  · Sunset View Beach  · Swan Plain  · Sylvania  · Tadmore  · Taylor Beach  · Trevessa Beach  · Trossachs  · Tuffnell  · Turtle Lake Lodge  · Turtle Lake South Bay  · Tway  · Uhl's Bay  · Usherville  · Vantage  · Viceroy  · West Chatfield Beach  · Westview  · White Bear  · Wishart  · Wymark  ·

The following hamlets do not have organized hamlet status.

Admiral  · Alticane · Ardath · Ardwick · Arelee  · Armley  · Armour Siding  · Baildon  · Baldwinton  · Baljennie  · Bapaume  · Baring  · Bateman  · Batoche  · Battrum  · Beacon Hill  · Beaufield (originally named Ednaburg)  · Bechard  · Benson  · Berth  · Bertwell  · Besant  · Beverley  · Birch Lake  · Birmingham  · Birsay  · Blackstrap  · Blucher  · Blumenhof  · Blumenort  · Bodmin  · Boharm  · Boundary Dam Lake  · Bounty  · Brada  · Bremen  · Bresaylor  · Bridgeford  · Broadacres  · Bromhead  · Brooksby  · Browning  · Buffalo Gap  · Burrows  · Bushell Park  · Cardross  · Carlea  · Carlton  · Canora Beach  · Colesdale Park  · Colfax  · Coop  · Copper Sands  · Cory  · Crane  · Crystal Beach  · D'Arcy  · Danbury  · Davis  · Divide  · Dollard  · Donavon (Birdview)  · Duperow (Lydden)  · Duvco  · Edenburg  · Emma Lake  · Endeavour (Annette)  · England  · Espeseth Cove (Pelican Shores)  · Expanse (former name of Lake Johnston)  · Ferguson Bay  · Fertile  · Fielding  · Fir Mountain  · Flintoft  · Floral  · Flotten Lake  · Forgan  · Foxford  · Fulda  · Furness  · Girvin  · Glenbain (Glen Bain)  · Grasswood  · Grandora  · Griffin  · Grenfell Beach  · Guise Beach  · Handel  · Harptree  · Herschel  · Hochstadt  · Hoosier  · Howe Bay  · Inchkeith  · Indian Point  · Insinger  · Instow  · Isham  · Jackfish Lake  · Jan Lake  · Jedburgh  · KC Beach  · Kedleston Beach  · Keeley Lake  · Kinookimaw  · Kuroki Beach  · Lac La Peche  · Lac La Plonge  · Laura  · Leacross  · Liebenthal  · Lipp's Beach  · Little Amyot Lake  · Loch Leven  · Lorlie  · Madge Lake  · Mainprize  · Mantario  · McGee  · McIntosh Point  · Meyronne  · Mission Lake Subdivision  · Mont Nebo · Moose Range  · Mount Carmel (Grosse Butte· Murray Point  · Neidpath  · Neis Beach  · Nelson Beach  · Nemeiben Lake  · Northgate  · Okema Beach  · Old Man on His Back Shortgrass Prairie and Heritage Preserve  · Onion Lake  · Orkney  · Parkerview (Crowtherview)  · Penzance  · Red Deer Hill (originally named Aaskana) · Redwing  · Reward  · Robsart  · Ruby Lake Beach  · Schantzenfeld · Schoenfeld · Serath · Sonningdale · Sovereign  · Springfeld · Spring Valley  · Spruce Home  · St. Denis  · St. Front  · Stalwart · Steelman · Stony Beach · Stranraer · Swanson · Tarnopol  · Truax · Uren  · Veregin  · West Bend  · Wroxton  · Xena  · Zehner  · Zeneta  ·

Northern hamlets

A northern hamlet is located in the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District, and its administration is regulated by The Northern Municipalities Act.[5] A northern settlement may apply for northern hamlet status when the population is at least 50 and the northern settlement contains at least 25 separate dwelling units or business premises.

As opposed to hamlets and northern settlements, northern hamlets are municipal corporations.

As of 2010, there are 11 northern hamlets in Saskatchewan.[1]

Black Point  · Cole Bay  · Dore Lake  · Jans Bay  · Michel Village  · Patuanak  · St. George's Hill  · Stony Rapids  · Timber Bay  · Turnor Lake  · Weyakwin  ·

Northern settlements

A northern settlement is an unincorporated community in the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District, and its administration is regulated by The Northern Municipalities Act.[5]

As of 2010, there are 11 northern settlements in Saskatchewan.[1]

Bear Creek  · Brabant Lake  · Camsell Portage  · Descharme Lake  · Garson Lake  · Missinipe  · Sled Lake  · Southend  · Stanley Mission  · Uranium City  · Wollaston Lake  ·

Ghost towns

A ghost town is a town that once had a considerable population, that has since dwindled in numbers causing some or all its businesses and services to close, either due to the rerouting of a highway, railway tracks being pulled, or exhaustion of some natural resource.

A - B

Abbott · Aberfeldy · Abound · Adair · Adams · Adams Settlement (Pocha Settlement) · Aikins · Aiktow · Albertown · Algrove · Alingley · Allan Hills · Amazon · Amfleet (Greenstreet) · Amiens · Amulet · Ancrum · Anerley · Anglia · Antelope · Aquadell · Arabella · Arbuthnot (Westlake, Ville Bouvier· Archive · Archydal · Arcola Bay · Ardmore · Arena · Argo · Armit · Armley · Arpiers · Artland · Astwood (Hinchliffe) · Attica · Auburnton · Avebury · Avery · Axford · Bagley · Baildon · Baird · Baliol · Baljennie · Ballinora · Bannock · Bapaume · Barbour (Dunleath) · Barford (Craigie) · Baring · Barish Lake (Wapella Farm) · Barnes Crossing · Barvas · Battle Creek · Battle Heights · Battle Valley · Battrum · Bay Trail (Mancroft) · Beacon Hill · Bear Creek · Beaufield (Ednaburg) · Beaver Dale · Beaver River · Bechard (Lindley) · Beckenham · Beeston (Kegworth, Lovat) · Bellbeck · Belbutte · Belle Prairie · Bemersyde (Graytown) · Benches · Bender · Bents · Betalock · Bexhill · Bickleigh · Big Gully · Big Muddy · Billimun · Birch Lake · Birdview (Donavon· Birkensee · Birling · Birson · Bishopric (Tobys) · Bithulithic · Blewett · Blooming · Blucher · Blue Bell · Blue Jay · Blumenhoff · Boharm · Bolney (Charlotte) · Bonneauville · Bonne Madone · Bonnie View (Glamis) · Booth · Boston Colony · Bounty · Bournemouth · Brada · Braddock (Marx) · Brass · Bratton · Bremen · Bresaylor · Brewer · Bridgeford · Brightmore · Brisbin · Broadacres · Brombury · Broncho · Brooking · Brooksby (Willow Springs) · Brora · Brough · Browning · Bryant · Buckland · Buffalo Gap · Bures · Burnham · Burton Lake · Burrows · Buttress · Buzzard ·

C - D

Cabana · Calderbank · Cameo (Hilldrop) · Camersburg · Cana · Canopus · Cantal · Cantuar · Canuck · Capasin · Cardell · Cardross · Carlea · Carlsberg · Carlton · Carnagh (Cypress) · Carpenter · Carruthers · Castlewood · Cater · Catherwood · Cavalier · Cavell (Coblenz) · Cecil (Colleston) · Chandler · Chapelle Coulee (also called Coulée-Chapelle· Charlotte (Bolney) · Chesterfield House · Cheviot · Chipperfield · Chrysler · Chukar Ranch · Claggett · Clansman (St. Walburg) · Clark's Crossing (Clarkboro) · Clashmoor · Claydon · Clayridge · Claytonville · Clearfield · Clearsite · Cleeves · Clemens · Cloan · Clouston · Coalfields · Cole's Falls (Cole Rapids) · Colfax · Colmer · Cominco · Condie · Constance · Cookson · Coothill · Copeland · Coppen (also called Petit Nord· Corinne · Corning (St. Kilda, Glenada) · Cosine · Cote · Coulee · Court · Cowper · Coxby · Craigie (Barford) · Crane Lake · Crest · Crestwynd (Harrison) · Crichton · Cripple Camp · Cross · Crowtherview (Parkerview) · Crutwell · Cullen · Curt Hill (Wordsworth) · Cutbank · Cuthbert · Cypress Hills Park · Dahinda · Dahlton · Dalesboro · Dalzell · Dana · Danbury · Daphne · D'Arcy · Darmody · Davis · Daylesford · Daysville · Deanton (Readlyn) · Deer Creek · Dendron · Denison (Moreland) · Denny · Dernic · Deveron · Dewar Lake · De Yoe (Buttress· Dillabough · Ditton Park · Divide · Dixon · Dneiper (Menofield) · Dobrowody · Dollard · Donavon (Birdview) · Donegal · Dongola · Donlands · Donwell · Doonside (Rossetti) · Douglaston · Downe (Glengarry Plains) · Driscol Lake · Driver · Druid · Dulwich · Dumas · Dummer · Dunblane · Duncairn · Dunelm · Dunfermline · Dunkirk · Dunleath (Barbour) · Dunlop (Layco) · Dunning (Neptune) · Duperow (Lydden) · Duro ·

E - F - G

East Anglia · Eastleigh · East Poplar (Eddyside) · Eastview · Eaton · Echo (Loomis· Eddleston (Mount Hecla) · Edenbridge · Edfield (Quill Plain) · Edgell · Edgeworth · Edmore · Ednaburg (Beaufield· Edzell · Elardee (Halvorgate) · Eldred · Elim Colony (Flowing Well) · Ellisboro · Elmore · Elm Springs · Elswick (Lowell) · Engen · Ens · Environ (Hurdman Lodge) · Epping · Erinferry · Ermine (Mackinnon) · Esk (Gartenland) · Eskbank · Esme · Estlin (Reifstein) · Estuary · Ethelton · Ettington · Euston · Evesham · Excelsior · Expanse (Lake Johnston) · Eyre · Fairlawn · Fairmount · Fairville (Keystown) · Fairy Hill · Farrerdale · Fauna · Fenton · Ferbane (Quantock) · Ferndale · Fertile · Feudal · Fielding · Fir Mountain · Finlay's Post · Finnie · Fish Creek (Gabriel) · Fishing Lake · Fitzmaurice · Flett Springs · Flintoft · Floral · Fonehill · Forester (Runciman) · Forgan · Forres (Hatton) · Fort-à-la-Corne · Fort Carlton (Carleton) · Fort Milton · Fort Pelly · Fort Pitt · Fortune · Forward · Fosterton · Foxdale · Foxford · Frankslake · Freemont · Froude · Frys · Furness · Fusilier · Gabriel · Galilee · Gallivan · Gibbs · Gillespie · Gilroy · Glamis (Bonnie View) · Gasnevin · Glenada (Corning· Glenbush · Glengarry Plains (Downe) · Glen Kerr · Glenrose (Scentgrass) · Golburn · Goldfields · Golden Prairie · Goose Lake (Webster, Neptune) · Goudie · Gouldtown · Gouverneur · Govenlock · Grainland · Grandin (St. Laurent de Grandin· Grandora · Grassdale · Grassmere · Grayburn · Graytown (Bemersyde) · Greenan · Greenbush · Greene · Greenstreet (Amfleet) · Greystones · Grismerville · Grove Park · Gruenfeldt · Gunnworth ·

H - I - J - K

Haglof · Hak · Halkett · Hallonquist · Halvorgate (Elardee) · Hamlin (Nolin) · Hamona · Hamton (Dniester) · Handsworth · Harptree · Harrison (Crestwynd) · Hart · Hassan · Hatfield · Hatherleigh · Hatton (Forres) · Haultain · Haverhill (Linacre) · Hawkeye · Hawoods · Hazel Cliffe · Healy · Hearne · Heart's Hill · Henribourg · Henrietta · Henty · Herzel (Lipton Colony) · Hewitt Landing · Highgate · Highmore (Moreland) · High Tor · Highview · Hillmond · Hilldrop (Cameo) · Hinchliffe (Astwood) · Hirsch · Hitchcock · Hoffer (Sonnenfeld Colony) · Hohenlohe (Hohenlohe-Langenburg Settlement) · Holar · Holloway · Homefield · Hoodoo · Hooper · Horizon · Horseshoe Lake · Horsham · Howiedale (Superb) · Hughton · Hulan · Hume · Huntoon · Hurdman Lodge (Environ) · Ibstone · Idylwild · Iffley · Inchkeith (Hawthorne) · Indi · Ingebright Lake · Inglenook · Innes · Instow · Invergordon · Irish Colony · Irvington · Isham · Island Falls  · Jameson (Hicksvale) · Janzen · Jasmin · Java · Juniata · Junor · Kaposvar · Kearney · Keatley · Kedleston · Kegworth (Beeston, Lovat) · Kelstern · Keng Wah · Keppel · Kessock · Ketchen · Kettlehut · Keystown (Fairville) · Killdeer · Kilwinning · Kincorth · Kingscourt · Kingsford · Kinhop · Kinley · Klamath · Klintonel · Koenigsberg · Kolin (Esterhaz Colony) · Krasne · Kutawa · Kyziv-Tiaziv ·

L - M

Lac Pelletier · Lac Vert · Lakenheath · Lake Park · Lake Valley · Lampard · Landestrew · Landscape · Laporte ("La Porte") · La Rolanderie · Last Mountain · Last Mountain House · Laventure · Lawson · Layco (Dunlop) · Leacross · Leckford (also called La Plaine· Leinan · Leipzig · Lemsford · Leney · Lenvale · Leofeld · Leofnard · Lepine · Lewvan · Lilac · Lille · Lillestrom · Lilydale · Linacre (Haverhill) · Lindequist · Lindley (Bechard) · Lipsett (Pleasant Valley) · Lipton Colony (Herzel) · Lisieux · Little Sudetenland · Livingstone (Fort Livingstone) · Log Valley · Lone Spruce · Longhope · Longlaketon · Loomis (Echo) · Lorlie · Lost River · Lovat (Kegworth) · Loverna · Lowell (Elswick) · Lydden · Mackid · Mackinnon (Ermine) · Magyar · Mair · Malmgren · Mancroft (Bay Trail) · Manresa · Marienthal · Marlin · Marriott · Marysburg · Marx (Braddock) · Masefield · Matador · Matchee · Mattes · Matyasfold Colony · Mawer · Maxim · Maxstone · Mayberry · Mayfair · Mayview · McCallum · McGee · McKim · McMahon · McMorran · McNabb Park · Meadow Bank · Meetoos · Mehan · Melaval · Mennon · Menofield · Merid · Merle · Merryflat · Methy Portage · Midnight Lake · Mildred · Millerdale · Milleton (Middleton) · Minard · Mitchellton · Monarchvale · Monchy · Mondu · Monta · Mount Carmel (Grosse Butte· Mount Hecla (Eddleston) · Moon Hills · Moose Woods (also called Whitecap Settlement or Prairie Ronde· Moreland (Denison, Highmore) · Moseley · Mudie Lake · Mullingar · Murphys (Murphy's Siding) · Murraydale · Muscow · Muskiki Springs ·

N - O - P - Q

Naisberry · Najersda · Napatak · Naseby · Nashlyn · Nault · Neeb · Neelby · Neidpath · Neola · Neptune (Webster, Dunning) · Neuanlage · Neu Elsass Colony (Strasbourg· Neu Tulcea (Edenwold· Newcross · New England · New Finland · New Hoffnung · New Jerusalem · New Osgood · New Yaroslau (Crooked Lakes Settlement) · Nobleville · Nolin (Hamlin) · Nora · Norden (Prestfoss) · Norge · Normanton · Northern Light · Northminster · Northside · Northway · Nottingham · Nut Lake · Nygren · Oban · Oakshela · Old Wives · Olgafeld · Onward · Openshaw · Orcadia · Ordale · Orley · Ormeaux · Orolow · Outram · Otradnoe (Poterpevshe) · Otthon · Owensville (Lancer) · Oxarat · Paisley Brook · Palisade · Palo · Pambrun · Parkerview (Crowtherview) · Parklands · Parkman · Pascal (Cathkin) · Pas Trail (Tobin Lake) · Paswegin · Pathlow · Patrick · Peerless · Peesane · Penkill · Penn · Percival · Perigord · Petaigan · Peterson · Petrofka · Phippen · Pierard · Pinkham · Pinkie · Pinto · Pitman · Pitt · Plainview · Player · Pleasant Valley (Lipsett) · Pocha Settlement (Adams Settlement) · Polson · Polwarth · Pontrilas · Prendergast · Prestfoss (Norden) · Primitive Methodist Colony · Prinham · Prongua · Pryors Beach · Quantock (Ferbane) · Quill Plain (Edfield) ·

R - S

Rafferty · Rak · Ralph · Ranger · Ratcliffe · Ravenhead · Ravenscrag · Ravine Bank · Readlyn · Redberry · Red Cross · Red Deer Forks · Redfield · Red Jacket (Arrochar) · Regina Junction · Reigate · Reinfeld · Renown · Resource · Revenue · Rex · Reynaud · Richmond · Ritchie · Ridpath · Roanmine · Robinhood · Robsart · Romance · Roka · Rosebud · Rosemound · Rosengart · Rose Plain · Roseray · Rossetti (Doonside) · Rowletta · Runciman (Forester) · Rural · Rutan · Rutland · Ryerson · Sagathun · Sagehill · Saltburn · Salter · Salt Lake · Salvador · Sandwith · Saskatchewan Landing · Scentgrass (Glenrose) · Schoenweise · Scotsguard · Scottsburgh · Scrip · Secretan · Seltz (St. Aloysius Colony) · Senate · Serath · Seward · Shand · Sharpe · Shaw's Siding · Shiloh · Shoe Lake Mine · Sidewood · Sidmar · Silver Park · Simmie · Sinnett · Smoky Burn · Smuts · Sonnenfeld Colony (Hoffer) · Sommerfeld · Southall · South Elbow · South Fork · Southminster · Speddington · Speier · Spirit Lake · St. Andrew's Colony · St. Antoine · St. Boswells · St. Hubert Mission · St. James · St. Jude · St. Laurent de Grandin (Grandin) · St. Louis de Langevin · St. Paul's Colony · Ste. Marthe · Stanleyville · Steen · Stelcam · Stone · Strathallen · Strathcarrol · Straubenzie · Struan · Sturgeon River · Sturgeon Valley · Sunset Lake · Superb (Howiedale) · Surbiton · Swarthmore (Friend's Colony) · Sybouts · Szkelyfold Colony ·

T - Z

Tako · Tallman · Talmage · Tangleflags · Tarnopol · Tate · Tatsfield · Vantage · Valley Plain · Valjean · Verlo · Vidora · Wallwort · Wapella Farm (Barish Lake) · Westport · Whitecap Settlement (also called Moose Woods or Prairie Ronde· Whitkow · Willow Springs (Brooksby) · Wordsworth (Curt Hill) ·

Rural municipalities

Rural municipalities (RMs) are governing organizations for rural areas including farmlands and unincorporated hamlets. Rural municipalities are incorporated under The Municipalities Act.[2]

As of 2008, there were 296 rural municipalities in Saskatchewan.[1]

Aberdeen · Abernethy · Antelope Park · Antler · Arborfield · Argyle · Arlington · Arm River · Auvergne · Baildon · Barrier Valley · Battle River · Bayne · Beaver River · Bengough · Benson · Big Arm · Biggar · Big Quill · Big River · Big Stick · Birch Hills · Bjorkdale · Blaine Lake · Blucher · Bone Creek · Bratt's Lake · Brittania · Brock · Brokenshell · Browning · Buchanan · Buckland · Buffalo · Calder · Caledonia · Cambria · Cana · Canaan · Canwood · Carmichael · Caron No. 162 · Chaplin · Chester · Chesterfield · Churchbridge · Clayton · Clinworth · Coalfields · Colonsay · Connaught · Corman Park · Cote · Coteau · Coulee · Craik · Cupar · Cut Knife · Cymri · Deer Forks · Douglas · Duck Lake · Dufferin · Dundurn · Eagle Creek · Edenwold · Elcapo · Eldon · Elfros · Elmsthorpe · Emerald · Enfield · Enniskillen · Enterprise · Estevan · Excel · Excelsior · Eyebrow · Eye Hill · Fertile Belt · Fertile Valley · Fillmore · Fish Creek · Flett's Springs · Foam Lake · Fox Valley · Francis · Frenchman Butte · Frontier · Garden River · Garry · Glen Bain · Glen McPherson · Glenside · Golden West · Good Lake · Grandview · Grant · Grass Lake · Grassy Creek · Gravelbourg · Grayson · Great Bend · Greenfield · Griffin · Gull Lake · Happyland · Happy Valley · Harris · Hart Butte · Hazel Dell · Hazelwood · Heart's Hill · Hillsborough · Hillsdale · Hoodoo · Hudson Bay · Humboldt · Huron · Indian Head · Insinger · Invergordon · Invermay · Ituna Bon Accord · Kellross · Kelvington · Keys · Key West · Kindersley · King George · Kingsley · Kinistino · Kutawa · Lacadena · Lac Pelletier · Laird · Lajord · Lake Alma · Lake Johnston · Lakeland · Lake Lenore · Lake of the Rivers · Lakeside · Lakeview · Langenburg · Last Mountain Valley · Laurier · Lawtonia · Leask · Leroy · Lipton · Livingston · Lomond · Lone Tree · Longlaketon · Loon Lake · Loreburn · Lost River · Lumsden · Manitou Lake · Mankota · Maple Bush · Maple Creek · Mariposa · Marquis · Marriott · Martin · Maryfield · Mayfield · McCraney · McKillop · McLeod · Meadow Lake · Medstead · Meeting Lake · Meota · Mervin · Milden · Milton · Miry Creek · Monet · Montmartre · Montrose · Moose Creek · Moose Jaw · Moose Mountain · Moose Range · Moosomin · Morris · Morse · Mountain View · Mount Hope · Mount Pleasant · Newcombe · Nipawin · North Battleford · North Qu'Appelle · Norton No. 69 · Oakdale · Old Post · Orkney · Paddockwood · Parkdale · Paynton · Pense · Perdue · Piapot · Pinto Creek · Pittville · Pleasantdale · Pleasant Valley · Ponass Lake · Poplar Valley · Porcupine · Prairiedale · Prairie Rose · Preeceville · Prince Albert · Progress · Reciprocity · Redberry · Redburn · Reford · Reno · Riverside · Rocanville · Rodgers · Rosedale · Rosemount · Rosthern · Round Hill · Round Valley · Rudy · Runnymede · Saltcoats · Manitou Lake · Sarnia · Saskatchewan Landing · Sasman · Scott · Senlac · Shamrock · Shellbrook · Shell Lake · Sherwood · Silverwood · Sliding Hills · Snipe Lake · Souris Valley · South Qu'Appelle · Spalding · Spiritwood · Spy Hill · St. Andrews · Stanley · Star City · St. Louis · St. Peter · Stonehenge · Storthoaks · St. Peter · St. Philips · Surprise Valley · Sutton · Swift Current No. 137 · Tecumseh · Terrell · The Gap · Three Lakes · Tisdale · Torch River · Touchwood · Tramping Lake · Tullymet · Turtle River · Usborne · Val Marie · Vanscoy · Victory · Viscount · Wallace · Walpole · Waverley · Wawken · Webb · Wellington · Weyburn · Wheatlands · Whiska Creek · White Valley · Willner · Willow Bunch · Willow Creek · Willowdale · Wilton · Winslow · Wise Creek · Wolseley · Wolverine · Wood Creek · Wood River · Wreford ·

First Nations settlements

Indian reserves

Aquadeo · Clearwater River · Cumberland House ·

Metis settlements

see also Métis Nation - Saskatchewan

See also

SK
Canadian Provinces and Territories
Communities in Canada's provinces and territories

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