Saskatchewan Highway 25

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Saskatchewan Highway 25 (jct).svg

Highway 25
Route information
Length 27.0 km [1] (16.8 mi)
Major junctions
West endSaskatchewan Highway 2 (jct).svg Hwy 2 near St. Louis
East endSaskatchewan Highway 3 (jct).svg Hwy 3 near Birch Hills
St. Louis, Birch Hills
Highway system

Provincial highways in Saskatchewan

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Highway 25 is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It is 27 km (17 mi) long and runs from Highway 2 in St. Louis to Highway 3 near Birch Hills. [1] The highway is a gravel road except for small paved sections near the eastern and western terminuses.

Provinces and territories of Canada Top-level subdivisions of Canada

The provinces and territories of Canada are the sub-national governments within the geographical areas of Canada under the authority of the Canadian Constitution. In the 1867 Canadian Confederation, three provinces of British North America—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the Province of Canada —were united to form a federated colony, becoming a sovereign nation in the next century. Over its history, Canada's international borders have changed several times, and the country has grown from the original four provinces to the current ten provinces and three territories. Together, the provinces and territories make up the world's second-largest country by area.

Saskatchewan Province of Canada

Saskatchewan is a prairie and boreal province in western Canada, the only province without natural borders. It has an area of 651,900 square kilometres (251,700 sq mi), nearly 10 percent of which is fresh water, composed mostly of rivers, reservoirs, and the province's 100,000 lakes.

Highway 2 is a provincial highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It is the longest Saskatchewan Highway, at 809 km (503 mi). The highway is partially divided and undivided. However, only about 18 kilometres (11 mi) near Moose Jaw, 11 kilometres (7 mi) near Chamberlain, and 21 kilometres (13 mi) near Prince Albert are divided highway. Highway 2 is a major north-south route, beginning at the Canada–US border at the Port of West Poplar River, and Opheim, Montana customs checkpoints. Montana Highway 24 continues south. The town of La Ronge delimits the northern terminus with Highway 102 continuing north. It passes through the major cities of Moose Jaw in the south and Prince Albert in the north. Highway 2 overlaps Highway 11 between the towns of Chamberlain and Findlater. This 11 kilometres (7 mi) section of road is a wrong-way concurrency. The highway ends at La Ronge, where it becomes Highway 102.


Highway 25 is part of the original Provincial Highway 3 , which from Melfort traveled west to St. Louis, crossed the South Saskatchewan River via the St. Louis Bridge, and traveled concurrent with Highway 2 to Prince Albert. [2] In 1970, Highway 3 was realigned to the newly constructed Muskoday Bridge and the bypassed segment between Birch Hills and St. Louis was renumbered to Highway 25. [3] [4]

Highway 3 is a major provincial paved undivided highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from the Alberta border, where it continues west as Alberta Highway 45, to the Manitoba border, and then continues east as Highway 77. Highway 3 is about 615 km (382 mi.) long. The CanAm Highway comprises Saskatchewan Highways 35, 39, 6, 2, as well as 2. 59.7 miles (96.1 km) of Saskatchewan Highway 3 contribute to the CanAm Highway between Melfort and Prince Albert.

Melfort, Saskatchewan City in Saskatchewan, Canada

Melfort is a city in Saskatchewan, Canada, located approximately 95 km (59 mi) southeast of Prince Albert, 172 km (107 mi) northeast of Saskatoon and 280 km (170 mi) north of Regina.

South Saskatchewan River river in Alberta and Saskatchewan

The South Saskatchewan River is a major river in Canada that flows through the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.

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Prince Albert, Saskatchewan City in Saskatchewan, Canada

Prince Albert is the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada, after Saskatoon and Regina. It is situated near the centre of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River. The city is known as the "Gateway to the North" because it is the last major centre along the route to the resources of northern Saskatchewan. Prince Albert National Park is located 51 km (32 mi) north of the city and contains a huge wealth of lakes, forest, and wildlife. The city itself is located in a transition zone between the aspen parkland and boreal forest biomes. Prince Albert is bordered by the Rural Municipality of Prince Albert No. 461 and the Rural Municipality of Buckland No. 491.

St. Louis, Saskatchewan Village in Saskatchewan, Canada

St. Louis is a Canadian village in the province of Saskatchewan, south of Prince Albert and northeast of Batoche. It was founded by Métis settlers in the late 19th century, and is the northernmost Southbranch Settlement, a series of communities which range from Fish Creek in the south along the South Saskatchewan River through Batoche and St. Laurent to St. Louis. St. Louis is within the boundaries of the rural municipality St. Louis No. 431. The village has a mayor to govern civic infrastructure and municipal policy. St. Louis is also within SARM Division No. 5 and Census Division No. 15, Saskatchewan. St. Louis is located in the aspen parkland biome.

Birch Hills Town in Saskatchewan, Canada

Birch Hills is a town located in Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located southeast of Prince Albert and the reserve of Muskoday First Nation. Directly to the west is the village of St. Louis, and to the east is Kinistino. It is surrounded by, but not part of, Birch Hills Rural Municipality No. 460.

The Muskoday First Nation is a First Nation band government in Saskatchewan, Canada, composed of Cree and Saulteaux peoples. The First Nation has a registered population of 1,828 people as of September 2014, of which approximately 623 members of the First Nation live on-reserve, and approximately 1204 live off-reserve. Muskoday's territory is located in the aspen parkland biome. It is bordered by the rural municipalities of Birch Hills No. 460 and Prince Albert No. 461.

Highway 17 (Alberta–Saskatchewan) highway in Alberta and Saskatchewan

Highway 17 is a highway in Canada that straddles and criss-crosses the Alberta–Saskatchewan provincial border. The portion from the provincial border at Dillberry Lake Provincial Park to the provincial border 800 metres (2,600 ft) north of the North Saskatchewan River is designated as Alberta Provincial Highway No. 17 by Alberta Transportation, commonly referred to as Highway 17.

Highway 29 is a provincial highway in Saskatchewan, Canada. It runs from Highway 14 at Wilkie to Highway 40 just west of Battleford. Highway 29 is a minor north-south highway of about 50 km (31 mi), for most of the route, the speed limit is 90 km/h (55 mph).

Highway 4 is a major highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from U.S. Route 191 at the United States border near Monchy to Highway 224 / Highway 904 at Meadow Lake Provincial Park. Highway 4 is about 652 km (405 mi) long.

Highway 12 is a major highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It begins in Saskatoon at the intersection of Idylwyld Drive and Highway 11 north, initially running north on Idylwyld Drive concurrently with Highway 11 and Highway 16. Just outside Saskatoon's northern city limits, Highway 11 exits northeast from Idylwyld Drive and Highway 12 begins and travels north, passing through the city of Martensville. Highway 12 cross the North Saskatchewan River over Petrofka Bridge and passes through the town of Blaine Lake and intersects highway Highway 40, finally terminating at Highway 3 near Shell Lake. Highway 12 is about 135 km (84 mi) long.

Highway 120 is a provincial highway in the northeast region of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Highway 55 near Prince Albert to Highway 920 within the Narrow Hills Provincial Park. Highway 120 is about 90 km (56 mi) long.

Highway 969 is a provincial highway in the northeast region of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Highway 2 to Highway 165. Highway 969 is about 115 km (71 mi) long.

Highway 46 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from the Ring Road at Regina to Highway 1 and Highway 364 near Balgonie; it is about 22 km (14 mi) long. Highway 46 intersects Highway 362 and Highway 624 and passes through the communities of Pilot Butte and Balgonie; it is known as McDonald Street within Regina city limits.

Highway 302 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from the northern terminal of the Weldon Ferry, which connects to Highway 682 across the South Saskatchewan River, to a dead end near the Nisbet Provincial Forest. Highway 302 is about 72 km (45 mi) long.

Highway 21 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Montana Secondary Highway 233 at the United States border near Willow Creek to Highway 950/Highway 919 within the Meadow Lake Provincial Park. Highway 21 is about 715 km (444 mi) long.

Birch Hills No. 460 is a rural municipality in north-central Saskatchewan, Canada within census division 15. It is located southeast of Prince Albert on Highway 3, and north of Saskatoon. The R.M. is within the Saskatchewan Rivers School Division No. 119.

Highway 789 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Highway 3 within the Muskoday First Nation to Highway 690 near Connell Creek. Highway 789 is about 171 km (106 mi) long.

The Muskoday Bridge is a Canadian traffic bridge that spans the South Saskatchewan River dividing the Muskoday First Nation reserve; the bridge was completed on October 21, 1970. The bridge carries Saskatchewan Highway 3 linking Prince Albert, Saskatchewan with Birch Hills, Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Highway 240 is a 56.7-kilometre-long (35.2 mi) secondary provincial highway in the province of Saskatchewan in Canada. The road runs from Saskatchewan Highway 55 in the Rural Municipality of Shellbrook No. 493 to Highway 263 in Prince Albert National Park.

Highway 741 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from the Alberta border near Empress, Alberta to Highway 32 in Leader. Highway 741 is about 45 km (28 mi) long.


  1. 1 2 Google (February 15, 2018). "Highway 25 in Saskatchewan" (Map). Google Maps . Google. Retrieved February 15, 2018.
  2. Rand McNally (1940). Road map of Western and Central Canada (Map). Rand McNally and Company.
  3. "Official Opening of Muskoday Bridge". SAIN Photographs. Saskatoon StarPhoenix. October 21, 1970. Retrieved February 15, 2018. File contains images of the official opening of the Muskoday Bridge not far south of Prince Albert.
  4. Department of Highways and Transportation (1972). Saskatchewan Official Highway Map (Map). Queen's Printer.