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Rural Municipalities
First Nations Bands
MacDowall
pop. ~90
Rural Municipality Number 461 Prince Albert
RM No. 463 - DUCK LAKE

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Macfarlane
Section 4 - Tsp 31 - Rge 21 - W 2
  • Macfarlane celebrated Christmas in the year Saskatchewan became a province. Its early establishment saw the arrival of neighboring postal offices. To the west was came Lockwood, on the east came Depew, to the south Richfarms came and went
  • Macfarlane P.O. closed the year before Otterton opened to the north

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Mancroft
Tsp 36 - Rge 23 - W 2 -

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Mandal
Later name Watrous

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Manitou Beach
pop. ~140

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Manresa
1907-1908 Named Sinnett (1)
1908-1912 Named McGuire
Last Name for this location is Manresa 1912-1924

Tsp 35 - Rge 21 - W 2
  • In the same township, McGuire changed names to Manresa before Mulvihill changed names to Shady Grove
  • To the east of McGuire was Bog End. McGuire changed names to Manresa before Bog End changed names to Leroy.
  • Sinnett (1) was only around for one year when it changed names to McGuire. Then in 1908, the name Sinnett (2) was re-used just south of this location at Tsp 34 - Rge 21 - W 2
  • Burr to the east opened shortly before Sinnett (1), however closed in the same year as Manresa. Burr P.O. did reopen again in the 30s.

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Marcelin
Pop. ~190
R.M. 464 Leask and R.M. 434 Blaine Lake

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Markell
Narkell Alternate spelling
Section 23 Tsp 31 - Rge 10 - W 3

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Marne
Hoo Doo previous name
Tsp 41 -Rge 25 -W2

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Marriott

R.M. of Marriott #317

Tsp 32 - Rge 14- W 3
  • Marriott Cemetery
  • Marriott locates North of Rosetown, Saskatchewan
    North - South Marriott is between Valley Centre and Malmgren, Saskatchewan
  • See also Rosetown

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Martensville
Pop. ~ 4,000
Rural Municipality Number 344 Corman Park
Was Rural Municipality Number 344 - CORY

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Marysburg
Rural Municipality Number 370 of Humboldt

P.O. previously named Dead Moose Lake
Moseley was the Station Name
SW Section 2 -Tsp 39 - Rge 22 -W2

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Maskakee
Rural Municipality Number 371 - BAYNE
Tsp 39 Rge 26 w of the 2nd

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Matka
3 - Tsp 29 - Rge 23 - W 2

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Maymont
Pop ~ 175
Rural Municipality Number 406 Mayfield

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McGuire
1907-1908 Named Sinnett (1)
1908-1912 Named McGuire
Last Name for this location is Manresa 1912-1924

Tsp 35 - Rge 21 - W 2

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McNabPark

Also known as RCAF - Station Saskatoon
  • 1964 RCAF - Station
  • McNab Park is now a sub-division of Saskatoon

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Meacham
Pop. ~ 100
Rural Municipality Number 341 of Viscount, and Rural Municipality Number 342 of Colonsay

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Mead
Tsp 35- Rge 13- W3
  • Mead was located near Keppel, Saskatchewan
    West - East Mead was located between Cazalet and Normanton, Saskatchewan
    Mead was located East of Biggar, Saskatchewan

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Medona
Quincy Later Name
Section 24 - Tsp 35 - Rge 8 - W 3
  • To the east of Quincy was Cubitt as well as Vanscoy which opened one month before Quincy closed
  • Diova was North of Quincy, however Quincy closed before Diova changed names to Grandora
  • To the north also were Dunfermline and Hawoods both of which were established after Quincy closed
  • Delisle was south of Medona and saw Medona change names to Quincy

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Melfort
City of Northern Lights

Pop ~5,700
1892 Section 7 - Tsp 45 - Rge 18 - W 2
Rural Municipality Number 428 STAR CITY
Neighboring R.M.'s:
Rural Municipality Number 429 - FLETT'S SPRINGS
WAS Rural Municipality Number 429 - CARROT RIVER
Rural Municipality Number 459 - KINISTINO

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Melfort South
Section 12 - Tsp 44 - Rge 18 - W 2
Flett's Springs Rural Municipality Number 429
Star City Rural Municipality Number 28
Rural Municipality Number 459 - KINISTINO

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Mennon
Laird RM #404
Tsp 40- Rge 6 -W3

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Merrill
Tsp 35- Rge 6 -W3 Rural Municipality #344 of Corman Park

Was Rural Municipality Number 344 - CORY

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Merrington
Section 4 - Tsp 30 - Rge 23 - W 3

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Meskanaw
Meskunow alternate spelling
Rural Municipality Number 430 of Invergordon

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Middle Lake
Pop ~ 262
A Proud Community
  • Book Title Middle Lake : the vintage years : a history of the village of Middle Lake, including school districts of Grove Lake, Middle Lake, Merrywood, Mackintosh, Lake Ignace, Lucien Lake and Wilfred
    compiled by the Middle Lake Celebrate Saskatchewan History Book Committee
    Published Middle Lake, Sask. : The Committee, 1982
  • Faith/Grace Community Lutheran Cemetery
  • Holy Canadian Martyrs Roman Catholic Cemetery
  • LEPSENYI Private Cemetery
  • Middle Lake Cemetery
  • Middle Lake Jehovah's Witness Cemetery
  • Middle Lake Cemetery
  • St. John's Lutheran Cemetery

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Middleton Hill
1927-1932
Section 23 -Tsp 43 -Rge 28 -W 2
Previous Name St. Isidore de Bellevue
Previously named Garonne

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Milden
Milden Rural Municipality Number 286
Pop ~220

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Moseley
Moseley was the Station Name
Humboldt Rural Municipality Number 370
Tsp 38- Rge 22- W2
Marysburg is settlement name
Dead Moose Lake previous settlement name

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Mourey
Titantic Later Name
opened at Section 1 - Tsp 45 - Rge 4 - W 3
  • Tiefengrund, NWT had already changed names to Laird, Sk when Mourey opened to the north. Another southerly neighbor, Carlton also saw Mourey change names to Titantic
  • Titantic marked the end of the CNR line on the 1924 SWP map

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Muenster
St. Peter's colony
Pop ~ 383
Rural Municipality Number 369 of St.Peter
Rural Municipality Number 339 - Leroy

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Mulvihill
Sec.32, Twp.35, R.21, W2
Shady Grove Later Name

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Population Source:
Statistics Canada

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