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St. Benedict, Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan

The village of St. Benedict is located in the Carlton Trail Region of Saskatchewan 56 k (35 miles) north of Humboldt off of Highway 20. The population was 82 in 2011.[1]

The village was founded by German immigrants in the first decades of the 20th century.[2]

The Roman Catholic church in St. Benedict contains works by the artist Berthold Imhoff.[3]

Demographics

External links

  • Map of St. Benedict at Statcan

References

Coordinates: 52°34′00″N 105°23′36″W / 52.56667°N 105.39333°W / 52.56667; -105.39333

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