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Rural Municipality of Porcupine No. 395

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Country  Canada
Population  1,096 (2001)
Area  2,340 km²
Province  Saskatchewan
Rural Municipality of Porcupine No. 395

Porcupine No. 395 is a rural municipality in north eastern Saskatchewan. It was formed on February 28, 1944.

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Communities

The list of communities below are within the municipalities boundaries.

Towns

  • Porcupine Plain
  • Villages

  • Weekes
  • Hamlets

  • Carragana, dissolved as a village, March 25, 1998.
  • Dillabough
  • Prairie River
  • Somme
  • Demographics

    According to the Canada 2001 Census:

  • Population: 1,096
  •  % Change (1996–2001): -7.8
  • Dwellings: 472
  • Area (km²): 2,339.96
  • Density (persons per km²): 0.5
  • Saskatchewan railways and railway stations

    (historic or current)

    none

    Saskatchewan highways and roads

    For more information see also List of Saskatchewan provincial highways For more information see also List of Saskatchewan provincial roads
  • Highway 23 - serves Carragana and Prairie River
  • Highway 677 - serves Carragana
  • Highway 38 -
  • Saskatchewan Rural Municipalities Neighborhood 1918

  • These RM's or LID's were all 3 townships x 3 townships probably formed c1909
  • LID or Local Improvement District
  • 18 miles x 18 miles in geographical area.
  • The yellow area became Porcupine No. 395 as it is known today.
  • The silver area is the approximate eastern edge of Hudson Bay No. 394 as it is known today.
  • References

    Rural Municipality of Porcupine No. 395 Wikipedia


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