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Humboldt-Watrous is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. It was created from parts of Humboldt and Arm River-Watrous and was first contested in the 2016 election.
Watrous was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, in the area of Watrous, Saskatchewan, east of Saskatoon. Created as "Vonda" before the 2nd Saskatchewan general election in 1908, this constituency was redrawn and renamed "Watrous" in 1934.
The Watrous Formation is a stratigraphical unit of Triassic to Jurassic age in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
Watrous, also named La Junta, is a National Historic Landmark District near Watrous, New Mexico. It encompasses the historic junction point of the two major branches of the Santa Fe Trail, a major 19th-century frontier settlement route between St. Louis, Missouri and Santa Fe, New Mexico. La Junta, marked this junction point, as well as the first major indications of civilization before westbound travelers reached Santa Fe. The district includes a large area west of the modern community of Watrous, encompassing the confluence of the Mora and Sapello Rivers. Surviving buildings include the houses of early ranchers, as well as a stagecoach mailstop and inn. The district was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1963.
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Watrous is a small town in Saskatchewan, Canada. It is 106.9 km east of Saskatoon and has an economy is based on agriculture and tourism because of its proximity to Manitou Beach, home of the Mineral Spa and Danceland dance hall. Watrous was named after Frank Watrous Morse. The town has many restaurants, a hospital, medical clinic, two schools, community college, bowling alley, RCMP detachment, banks, grocery stores, co-operatives, tea store and motels.
Arm River-Watrous was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. This constituency was located in south central Saskatchewan. It was dissolved as part of an election boundary redraw in 2013 primarily into Arm River.
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Cannington is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. Located in the extreme southeast corner of the province, this constituency was redrawn to include the former district of Souris for the 18th Saskatchewan general election in 1975.
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Simpson is a village in Saskatchewan, Canada between Regina and Saskatoon on Highway 2. Wood Creek No. 281 is the rural municipality which has its offices in the village. The post office was founded in 1911 by Herman Bergren and Joseph Newman during construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway. It is named after George Simpson, a governor of the Hudson's Bay Company.
Dundurn No. 314 is a rural municipality in north-central Saskatchewan on the South Saskatchewan River. RM Dundurn is an administrative division for the rural area around the town of Dundurn. It is located in Census Division No. 11 for enumeration purposes. Saskatoon—Biggar is the electoral district for the region, and the residents of the Rural municipality are represented in this federal riding by their member of parliament. The Member of the legislative assembly represents the Arm River-Watrous provincial constituency.
Highway 365 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It connects Highway 2 in the town of Watrous, Manitou Beach regional park, to Highway 16 at Plunkett. The highway is approximately 35 km (22 mi) long.
Venn is an unincorporated community in the south-central region of Saskatchewan, Canada, located 20 kilometres (12 mi) southeast of the town of Watrous, about 10 km east of Highway 2.
Arm River is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. This constituency is located in south central Saskatchewan. Revived as a result of the 2013 revision of Saskatchewan's electoral districts, it was last contested in the 2016 election.
Xena, Saskatchewan was a village in Saskatchewan. The last building was demolished in the 1970s. It is now an unincorporated area in the rural municipality of Morris No. 312, in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Xena is located on Highway 2 in central Saskatchewan.
Hans Adolf Broten was a Canadian politician, who represented the electoral district of Watrous in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan from 1960 to 1967. He was a member of the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation.
Wynyard is a former provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. The district was created before the 3rd Saskatchewan general election in 1912 as "Quill Plains". Renamed "Wynyard" in 1917, the constituency was abolished before the 8th Saskatchewan general election in 1934. It is now part of the Arm River-Watrous and Kelvington-Wadena constituencies.
Hanley is a former provincial electoral division for the Legislative Assembly of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, centred on the town of Hanley, Saskatchewan. This district was created before the 2nd Saskatchewan general election in 1908. The riding was dissolved and combined with the Arm River, Rosetown-Elrose and Biggar districts before the 18th Saskatchewan general election in 1975.
Eric Malcolm Thomas Upshall is a Canadian provincial politician, who served as a Saskatchewan New Democratic Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan from 1986 to 1999.
Reginald Stipe was a physician and political figure in Saskatchewan. He represented Hanley from 1925 to 1934 in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan as a Progressive Party member.
Frank Stephen Krenn was a civil servant, journalist and political figure in Saskatchewan. He represented Watrous from 1938 to 1944 in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan as a Liberal.