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Division No. 15, Saskatchewan

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Saskatchewan Census Divisions

Division No. 15, Saskatchewan, Canada, is one of the eighteen census divisions within the province, as defined by Statistics Canada. It is located in the north-central part of the province. The most populous community in this division is Prince Albert.

According to the 2006 census, 79,018 people lived in this division. It has a land area of 19,612.51 km² (7,572.43 sq mi).

Contents

  • Communities 1
    • City 1.1
    • Towns 1.2
    • Villages 1.3
    • Resort villages 1.4
    • Rural municipalities 1.5
  • Footnotes 2
  • References 3

Communities

City

Towns

Villages

Resort villages

Rural municipalities

  • RM No. 369 St. Peter
  • RM No. 370 Humboldt
  • RM No. 371 Bayne
  • RM No. 372 Grant
  • RM No. 373 Aberdeen
  • RM No. 399 Lake Lenore
  • RM No. 400 Three Lakes
  • RM No. 401 Hoodoo
  • RM No. 402 Fish Creek
  • RM No. 403 Rosthern
  • RM No. 404 Laird
  • RM No. 429 Flett's Springs
  • RM No. 430 Invergordon
  • RM No. 431 St. Louis
  • RM No. 459 Kinistino
  • RM No. 460 Birch Hills
  • RM No. 461 Prince Albert
  • RM No. 463 Duck Lake
  • RM No. 490 Garden River
  • RM No. 491 Buckland
  • RM No. 520 Paddockwood

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Footnotes

  1. ^ Statistics Canada. 2002 2001 Community Profiles. Released June 27, 2002. Last modified: 2005-11-30. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 93F0053XIE. Page accessed January 5, 2007

References

  • Division No. 15, Saskatchewan Statistics Canada

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