Theodore, Saskatchewan

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Theodore, Saskatchewan (Canada)
Coordinates: 51°25′30″N102°55′15″W / 51.42500°N 102.92083°W / 51.42500; -102.92083 Coordinates: 51°25′30″N102°55′15″W / 51.42500°N 102.92083°W / 51.42500; -102.92083
Country Canada
Province Saskatchewan
Rural Municipalities (R.M.) Insinger No. 275, Saskatchewan
Post office Founded1893-12-01
Area
  Total 1.73 km2 (0.67 sq mi)
Population
 (2006)
  Total339
  Density1.73/km2 (4.5/sq mi)
  Summer (DST) CST
[1] [2] [3] [4]

Theodore (2016 population: 323) is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan within the Rural Municipality of Insinger No. 275 and Census Division No. 9. Theodore is located on Saskatchewan Highway 16, the Yellowhead Highway, in southeastern Saskatchewan. [5] The Theodore post office first opened in 1893 at the legal land description of Sec.1, Twp.28, R.7, W2. [6] Theodore is located between Yorkton and Foam Lake.

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In 1974, with the end of passenger rail service, the Theodore railway station was adopted for use as a senior citizens' centre; it serves as the home for the Theodore Historical Museum. [7]

History

Theodore incorporated as a village on July 5, 1907. [8]

Demographics

Population history
(1981–2016)
YearPop.±%
1981473    
1986472−0.2%
1991473+0.2%
1996 434−8.2%
2001 381−12.2%
2006 339−11.0%
2011 345+1.8%
2016 323−6.4%
Source: Statistics Canada via Saskatchewan Bureau of Statistics [9] [10]

In the 2016 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, the Village of Theodore recorded a population of 323 living in 167 of its 211 total private dwellings, a

In the 2011 Census of Population, the Village of Theodore recorded a population of 345, a

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