Division No. 9, Saskatchewan

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Division No. 9
Country Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada
Province Flag of Saskatchewan.svg  Saskatchewan
Area
  Total15,281.80 km2 (5,900.34 sq mi)
 As of 2016
Population
 (2016)
  Total35,634
  Density2.3/km2 (6.0/sq mi)

Division No. 9, Canada, is one of the eighteen census divisions within the province of Saskatchewan, as defined by Statistics Canada. It is located in the eastern part of the province, bordering Manitoba. The most populous community in this division is Yorkton.

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Demographics

In the 2016 Census, Division 9 had a population of 35,634 living in 15,297 of its 18,041 total dwellings, a 0.9% increase from its 2011 population of 35,314. With a land area of 15,281.80 km2 it had a population density of 2.3 people per square kilometre in 2016. [1]

Census subdivisions

The following census subdivisions (municipalities or municipal equivalents) are located within Saskatchewan's Division No. 9.

Cities

Towns

Villages

Rural municipalities

Indian reserves

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See also

Related Research Articles

Yorkton City in Saskatchewan, Canada

Yorkton is a city located in south-eastern Saskatchewan, Canada. It is about 450 kilometres north-west of Winnipeg and 300 kilometres south-east of Saskatoon and is the sixth largest city in the province.

Togo, Saskatchewan

Togo is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within the Rural Municipality of Cote No. 271 and Census Division No. 9. It is 800 metres west of the Manitoba border and approximately 72 km (45 mi) northeast of the City of Yorkton.

Arran, Saskatchewan Village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Arran is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within the Rural Municipality of Livingston No. 331 and Census Division No. 9. The village is approximately 90 km northeast of the City of Yorkton and 10 km west of the Manitoba border. Arran is located on Highway 49.

Kamsack Town in Saskatchewan, Canada

Kamsack, Saskatchewan, Canada is a town in the Assiniboine River Valley, where the Whitesand River joins the Assiniboine River. It is 56 km (35 mi) northeast of Yorkton. Highway 8 and Highway 5 intersect in the town.

Calder, Saskatchewan Village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Calder is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within the Rural Municipality of Calder No. 241 and Census Division No. 9. The village lies approximately 56 km east of the City of Yorkton and 35 km west of Roblin, Manitoba, approximately 5 km south of Highway 8 and Highway 10.

Ebenezer, Saskatchewan Village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Ebenezer is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within the Rural Municipality of Orkney No. 244 and Census Division No. 9. The village is located 18 km north of the City of Yorkton, on Highway 9.

Duff, Saskatchewan Village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Duff is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan adjacent to both Rural Municipality (RM) of Cana No. 214 and the RM of Stanley No. 215 and within Census Division No. 5. The village is located approximately 122 kilometres (76 mi) northeast of the City of Regina, 66 kilometres (41 mi) southwest of Yorkton and 20 kilometres (12 mi) west of Melville.

Lintlaw Village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Lintlaw is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within the Rural Municipality of Hazel Dell No. 335 and Census Division No. 9. The village is located at the intersection of Highway 49 and Highway 617, 142 km northwest of the City of Yorkton.

MacNutt Village in Saskatchewan, Canada

MacNutt is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within the Rural Municipality of Churchbridge No. 211 and Census Division No. 5. The former District of Landestreu was renamed in 1909 to honour Thomas MacNutt, the area Member of the Legislative Assembly at the time. The village was settled between the late 1880s and the 1910s by immigrants of predominantly German origin.

Sheho Village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Sheho is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within the Rural Municipality of Viscount No. 341 and Census Division No. 9. Sheho is located on Saskatchewan Highway 16, the Yellowhead, in southeast Saskatchewan between Foam Lake to the west and the City of Yorkton to the east. Sheho Lake post office first opened in 1891 at the legal land description of Sec.28, Twp.30, R.9, W2 before moving slightly and changing name to Sheho.

Rural Municipality of Orkney No. 244 Rural municipality in Saskatchewan, Canada

The Rural Municipality of Orkney No. 244 is a rural municipality (RM) in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within Census Division No. 9 and SARM Division No. 4. It is located in the southeast portion of the province.

Rural Municipality of Wallace No. 243 Rural municipality in Saskatchewan, Canada

The Rural Municipality of Wallace No. 243 is a rural municipality (RM) in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within Census Division No. 9 and SARM Division No. 4. It is located in the east-central portion of the province.

Quinton, Saskatchewan Village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Quinton is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within the Rural Municipality of Mount Hope No. 279 and Census Division No. 10. The village is located on Highway 15 between the Town of Raymore and the Village of Punnichy. It is near the administrative office of the Kawacatoose First Nations.

Stockholm, Saskatchewan Village in Saskatchewan, Canada

Stockholm is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within the Rural Municipality of Fertile Belt No. 183 and Census Division No. 5. It is 72 km (45 mi) south of the City of Yorkton along Highways 9 and 22. The municipal office for the Rural Municipality of Fertile Belt No. 183 is located in Stockholm.

Cote First Nation

The Cote First Nation is a Saulteaux First Nations band government in Kamsack, Saskatchewan. This Saulteaux reserve is connected to the Keeseekoose First Nation and only a couple of miles from the Key First Nation. Their land is situated just south of the boreal forest in the aspen parkland ecosystem of Canada. The Ojibwe of this region of Saskatchewan and Manitoba, were both hunters of the plains bison and hunters of the forests which were more abundant during the 19th century. They also fished the endless lakes and other waterways in their country. They seldom went hungry as a result of the large bison herds. However, by the 1870s, commercial hunting had reduced the bison to near extinction and the Ojibwe of Saskatchewan and Manitoba began to suffer from famine.

Cote 64 Indian reserve in Canada, Cote

Cote 64 is an Indian reserve of the Cote First Nation in Saskatchewan. It is 16 kilometers west of the Manitoba border. In the 2016 Canadian Census, it recorded a population of 748 living in 220 of its 269 total private dwellings. In the same year, its Community Well-Being index was calculated at 51 of 100, compared to 58.4 for the average First Nations community and 77.5 for the average non-Indigenous community.

Keeseekoose 66-CA-04 Indian reserve in Canada, Keeseekoose

Keeseekoose 66-CA-04 is an Indian reserve of the Keeseekoose First Nation in Saskatchewan. It is 39 kilometers east of Yorkton. In the 2016 Canadian Census, it recorded a population of 0 living in 0 of its 1 total private dwellings.

Keeseekoose 66-CA-05 Indian reserve in Canada, Keeseekoose

Keeseekoose 66-CA-05 is an Indian reserve of the Keeseekoose First Nation in Saskatchewan. It is 51 kilometers east of Yorkton. In the 2016 Canadian Census, it recorded a population of 0 living in 0 of its 4 total private dwellings.

Keeseekoose 66-CA-06 Indian reserve in Canada, Keeseekoose

Keeseekoose 66-CA-06 is an Indian reserve of the Keeseekoose First Nation in Saskatchewan. It is 54 kilometers east of Yorkton. In the 2016 Canadian Census, it recorded a population of 0 living in 0 of its 1 total private dwellings.

Keeseekoose 66-KE-04 Indian reserve in Canada, Keeseekoose

Keeseekoose 66-KE-04 is an Indian reserve of the Keeseekoose First Nation in Saskatchewan. It is 15 kilometers east of Canora. In the 2016 Canadian Census, it was recorded as uninhabited.

References

  1. "Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census divisions, 2011 and 2016 censuses (Saskatchewan)". Statistics Canada.
  2. 1 2 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

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