ARCHIVED — Supplement — August 11, 2012

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FEDERAL ELECTORAL BOUNDARIES COMMISSION FOR THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN

PROPOSAL

Preamble

The Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of Saskatchewan (“the Commission”) has been established pursuant to the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act (“the Act”).

The 2011 decennial census established the population of the Province of Saskatchewan at 1,033,381. Saskatchewan’s representation in the House of Commons is 14 members and the province must be divided into 14 electoral districts. The population of the province divided by 14 gives an electoral quota for each electoral district of 73,813.

The Act directs that the division of the province into electoral districts shall proceed on the basis that the population of each electoral district shall, as closely as reasonably possible, correspond to the electoral quota of 73,813. The Commission is required to consider: (a) the community of interest or community of identity in or the historical pattern of an electoral district; and (b) a manageable geographic size for districts in sparsely populated, rural or northern regions of the province.

The Commission may depart from the rule which provides that the population of each electoral district shall, as closely as reasonably possible, correspond to the electoral quota. This may occur in any case where the Commission considers it necessary or desirable in order to respect the community of interest, community of identity or historical pattern of an electoral district or in order to maintain a manageable geographic size for electoral districts. In departing from the application of the rule, the Commission shall make every effort to ensure that, except in circumstances viewed by the Commission as being extraordinary, the population of each electoral district remains within 25% more or 25% less of the electoral quota.

Pursuant to the provisions of the Act, the Commission proposes that the Province of Saskatchewan be divided into 14 electoral districts as illustrated by the maps set out in this proposal and as described in this proposal.

A copy of the proposal may be obtained from the Commission, free of charge, on request. Requests may be submitted to the Commission by mail, e-mail, telephone or fax. Contact information is provided in the Notice of Representation section.

The names which the Commission proposes for the 14 electoral districts, the population in each district, and the percentage by which the population departs from the electoral quota in each district are as follows:

  1. Cypress Hills—Grasslands
    Population: 66,693 (9.65% less than the electoral quota)
  2. Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River
    Population: 69,486 (5.86% less than the electoral quota)
  3. Kindersley—Rosetown—Humboldt
    Population: 74,829 (1.38% greater than the electoral quota)
  4. Lloydminster—Battlefords—Rosthern
    Population: 74,653 (1.14% greater than the electoral quota)
  5. Moose Jaw—Lake Centre—Lanigan
    Population: 71,006 (3.80% less than the electoral quota)
  6. Prince Albert
    Population: 76,854 (4.12% greater than the electoral quota)
  7. Regina—Lewvan
    Population: 76,395 (3.50% greater than the electoral quota)
  8. Regina—Qu’Appelle
    Population: 76,083 (3.08% greater than the electoral quota)
  9. Saskatoon Centre—University
    Population: 76,244 (3.29% greater than the electoral quota)
  10. Saskatoon—Grasswood
    Population: 74,738 (1.25% greater than the electoral quota)
  11. Saskatoon West
    Population: 73,858 (0.06% greater than the electoral quota)
  12. Souris—Moose Mountain
    Population: 71,089 (3.69% less than the electoral quota)
  13. Wascana
    Population: 77,208 (4.60% greater than the electoral quota)
  14. Yorkton—Melville
    Population: 74,245 (0.59% greater than the electoral quota)

Part Ⅱ — Reasons

The population of Saskatchewan as determined by the 2011 Census was 1,033,381. This represented an increase of 5.56% over the 2001 population of 978,933. For their part, the two major cities (Regina and Saskatoon) grew at a substantially faster rate than the province as a whole. The 2011 population of the City of Regina was 193,100, or 8.34% greater than the city’s 2001 population. The 2011 population of the City of Saskatoon was 222,189, or 12.89% greater than the city’s 2001 population.

Statistics Canada data for the 2001–2011 decade demonstrate that the shift in the population of the two principal cities rested on three facts: (1) continued intra-provincial migration from farms, villages and towns to the cities; (2) a net gain for the cities of interprovincial migrants; and (3) increased numbers of international migrants settling disproportionately in the two cities.

The obverse of these findings is that areas outside the two major cities attracted relatively fewer out-of-province and international migrants, and in general recorded slower levels of growth. In some regions of the province the population declined in absolute numbers, although the Commission noted that the rate of out-migration from farms, villages and towns to cities appeared to have been lower than in recent decades.

Saskatchewan’s four fastest growing electoral districts over the past decade are of the “mixed urban-rural” variety. These are districts (used infrequently outside Saskatchewan) in which the majority of the population resides in a quadrant of one of the province’s two major cities and the minority in an adjoining, often geographically large aggregation of towns, villages and farms. The 2011 Census confirmed that the expanded population of four of these districts (Blackstrap, Saskatoon—Humboldt, Saskatoon—Wanuskewin and Wascana) had resulted in large measure from the increase in the urban component of the mixed districts. Between 2001 and 2011 these four districts averaged a population increase of 15.22%. By contrast the remaining 10 districts grew by 1.5% over the same period.

The population shifts of the past decade called into question the continued suitability of the composite urban-rural electoral districts. This issue is central to the Commission’s proposal for the province’s 14 electoral districts. It was also central to the concerns expressed by a considerable number of Saskatchewanians who contacted the Commission with communications ranging from brief, one-sentence or one-paragraph notes to formal documents presented on behalf of a group or association. These communications almost unanimously voiced opposition to the continued use of hybrid urban-rural districts in Saskatchewan. The Commission is grateful to those who contacted it at the outset of this redistribution process and wishes to thank them for their participation in this important democratic exercise.

The Commission’s proposal for the province’s districts reconfigures the electoral boundaries in a manner that incorporates the basic principles set out in the legislation: voter equity, community of interest and manageable geographic size. To that end the proposal calls for the establishment of two exclusively urban districts in Regina and three in Saskatoon. One of the 14 districts would be mixed urban-rural (Regina—Qu’Appelle), and one would contain an entire city whose population is greater than that of the district’s rural component (Prince Albert). The remaining seven would be primarily rural, although of those seven, six would each contain at least one small- to medium-sized urban centre (Lloydminster—Battlefords—Rosthern, Cypress Hills—Grasslands, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw—Lake Centre—Lanigan, Souris—Moose Mountain and Yorkton—Melville).

The Commission is mindful of the fact that in creating five strictly urban districts, the majority of the rural districts would be set to increase in geographic size. To mitigate the impact of Regina’s and Saskatoon’s growth on the geographic size of rural districts, and to guard against the excessively large districts that would result if the electoral quota were strictly applied to all 14 districts, four of the districts (Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River, Cypress Hills—Grasslands, Moose Jaw—Lake Centre—Lanigan and Souris—Moose Mountain) have had their populations kept below the quota of 73,813. Three other districts (Lloydminster—Battlefords—Rosthern, Kindersley—Rosetown—Humboldt and Yorkton—Melville) are marginally above the quota. Two districts with predominantly urban populations (Prince Albert and Regina—Qu’Appelle) and the five exclusively urban districts are, on average, 2.84% above the quota.

The Commission has attempted to ensure that municipal boundaries have been respected wherever possible and that towns and small- to medium-sized cities have not been divided with different portions assigned to each of two adjacent districts. It has also endeavoured to ensure that every First Nations reserve has been placed in its entirety within a single district. Where a number of First Nations reserves are geographically concentrated in the province, the Commission has respected that fact by including them within the same electoral district.

The proposal represents a significant change in Saskatchewan’s federal electoral map. To accomplish the goal of strictly urban seats, the Commission broke with a five-decade tradition in Saskatchewan. Introduced first in the 1966 redistribution, mixed urban-rural districts had become a standard feature of the federal electoral boundary readjustments.

The proposal returns to an earlier period (1933–1966) when both Regina and Saskatoon were designed as single electoral districts within the boundaries of the two cities. The major difference between that period and the present one is that, with a significantly greater share of the province’s total population now residing in the two principal cities, the number of entirely urban districts has reached an historic high.

Part Ⅲ — Notice of Sittings

The Commission is required by the Act to hold sittings to hear representations by interested persons in respect of the proposed electoral districts. For this purpose, the Commission will sit at the following places and times:

  • (1) Regina, Ramada Hotel and Convention Centre, 1818 Victoria Avenue, Monday, September 17, 2012, 10:00 a.m.
  • (2) Swift Current, Credit Union iPlex, 2001 Chaplin Street East, Tuesday, September 18, 2012, 10:00 a.m.
  • (3) Weyburn, Royal Canadian Legion, 150 3rd Street Northeast, Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 10:00 a.m.
  • (4) Fort Qu’Appelle, Treaty Four Governance Centre, 740 Sioux Avenue South, Thursday, September 20, 2012, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • (5) North Battleford, Don Ross Centre, 891 99th Street, Tuesday, October 2, 2012,10:00 a.m.
  • (6) Prince Albert, Carlton Comprehensive High School, 665 28th Street East, Wednesday, October 3, 2012, 10:00 a.m.
  • (7) Tisdale, RECplex, 800 101st Street, Thursday, October 4, 2012,10:00 a.m.
  • (8) Saskatoon, Radisson Hotel, 405 20th Street East, Friday, October 5, 2012,10:00 a.m.

Simultaneous Translation

Simultaneous English-to-French and French-to-English language translation will be available at any sitting of the Commission on written request to the Secretary of the Commission by:

  • (a) any person who gives notice of intention to make a representation at that particular sitting; or

  • (b) any person who expresses an intention to attend that particular sitting.

In order to allow the Commission time to arrange for such simultaneous language translation, the written request must be received by the Secretary of the Commission no later than September 3, 2012. Contact information is provided in the Notice of Representation section.

Accommodation Needs

If anyone wishing to attend or make a presentation at one of the Commission’s sittings has accommodation needs which would otherwise prevent that person from doing so, such person should notify the Commission in writing of the nature of those needs. In order to allow the Commission time to arrange for any special requirements, the written notice must be received by the Secretary of the Commission no later than September 3, 2012. Contact information is provided in the Notice of Representation section.

Part ⅠV — Notice of Representation

The Act precludes the Commission from hearing any person desiring to make a representation at one of the Commission’s sittings unless that person has given to the Commission the notice required by subsection 19(5) of the Act, which reads as follows:

No representation shall be heard by a commission at any sittings held by it for the hearing of representations from interested persons unless notice in writing is given to the secretary of the commission within 23 days after the date of the publication of the last advertisement under subsection (2), stating the name and address of the person who seeks to make the representation and indicating concisely the nature of the representation and of the interest of the person.

The Commission may hear the representation without the notice being given if the Commission considers it to be in the public interest to do so.

The necessary notice in writing should be sent to the Secretary of the Commission no later than September 3, 2012, using the contact information below.

Ms. Illa Knudsen
Secretary
Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for Saskatchewan
440 2nd Avenue North, Suite 203
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 2C3
Telephone: 1-855-747-7230 (toll-free) or 306-242-9433 (local)
Fax (toll-free): 1-855-747-7231
TTY (toll-free): 1-800-361-8935
E-mail: saskatchewan@rfed-rcf.ca

Notices may also be submitted electronically by completing the online form available at www.federal-redistribution.ca under Saskatchewan > Public Hearings.

Interested persons who may wish to make a representation to the Commission or attend a sitting of the Commission should consult the rules set out below.

Part V — Rules

1. These rules may be cited as “The Rules of the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for Saskatchewan, 2012”.

2. In these rules:

  • (a) “Act” means the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act, R.S.C. 1985, c. E-3;

  • (b) “advertisement” means the advertisement published by the Commission pursuant to subsection 19(2) of the Act;

  • (c) “Commission” means the Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission for the Province of Saskatchewan established following the 2011 decennial census;

  • (d) “notice of intention to make a representation” means notice in writing given to the Secretary pursuant to subsection 19(5) of the Act;

  • (e) “Secretary” means the Secretary of the Commission; and

  • (f) “sitting” means a sitting held for the hearing of representations in accordance with section 19 of the Act.

3. Only one person shall be heard in the presentation of any single representation at a sitting unless the Commission, in its discretion, decides otherwise.

4. A person giving notice of intention to make a representation shall state in the notice at which of the places, named in the advertisement as a place of sitting, she or he wishes the representation to be heard. Such person may elect to make her or his submission in writing only, provided that such election is made in writing and delivered to the Secretary within the time limit for giving notice of intention to make a representation. The written submission must be delivered to the Secretary at the time of making such election or within 30 days thereafter.

5. If a person giving notice of intention to make a representation fails to comply with the provisions of Rule 4, the Secretary shall forthwith ascertain from such person the place at which she or he wishes to make the representation.

6. If it appears to the Commission that no one will make a representation at any place designated by the advertisement as a place of sitting, the Commission, or the Chair of the Commission, may cancel the sitting at such place.

7. Two members of the Commission shall constitute a quorum for the holding of a sitting to hear representations.

8. If a quorum cannot be present at a place of sitting on the date set out in the advertisement, the Commission, or the Chair of the Commission, may postpone that sitting to a later date.

9. (a) In the event of the cancellation of a sitting for reasons other than that set forth in Rule 6 or in the event of the postponement of a sitting, the Secretary shall forthwith notify any person who has given notice of intention to make a representation that the sitting has been cancelled or postponed. In such an event, the Secretary shall advise such person at which other sitting the person may make her or his representation.

(b) In the event of the cancellation or postponement of a sitting, the Commission, or the Chair of the Commission, shall give public notice of such postponement or cancellation by such means as the Commission, or the Chair of the Commission, considers adequate in the circumstances.

10. If it appears at a sitting of the Commission that the Commission cannot complete hearing representations within the time allowed for the sitting, the Commission may adjourn the sitting to a later date at the same place or may, taking into account the convenience of persons whose representations have not been heard or have been only partly heard, adjourn the sitting to a sitting of the Commission elsewhere.

11. Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, a person who has given notice of intention to make a representation and who has indicated a desire to be heard at one of the places specified in the advertisement may, with the consent of the Commission, or the Chair of the Commission, be heard at any other sitting specified in the advertisement.

12. At each sitting the Commission shall decide the order in which representations are heard.

Dated at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, this 25th day of May, 2012.

THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE RONALD MILLS
Chair
Federal Electoral Boundaries Commission
for the Province of Saskatchewan

Schedule — Maps, Proposed Boundaries and Names of Electoral Districts

There shall be in the Province of Saskatchewan fourteen (14) electoral districts, named and described as follows, each of which shall return one member.

In the following descriptions:

  • (a) reference to “arm”, “drive”, “street”, “crescent”, “avenue”, “road”, “boulevard”, “line”, “highway”, “railway”, “right of way” and “river” signifies their centre line unless otherwise described;

  • (b) sections, townships, ranges and meridians are in accordance with the Dominion Lands system of survey and include the extension thereof in accordance with that system. They are abbreviated as “Sec”, “Tp”, “R” and “W 2” or “W 3”;

  • (c) all Indian reserves lying within the perimeter of an electoral district are included unless otherwise described;

  • (d) wherever a word or expression is used to denote a territorial division, such word or expression shall indicate the territorial division as it existed or was bounded on the first day of January, 2011;

  • (e) the translation of the terms “street”, “avenue” and “boulevard” follows Treasury Board standards, while the translation of all other public thoroughfare designations is based on commonly used terms but has no official recognition; and

  • (f) all coordinates are in reference to the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD 83).

The population figure of each electoral district is derived from the 2011 decennial census.

Cypress Hills—Grasslands

(Population: 66,693)

(Map 1)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the southwest corner of said province; thence north along the west boundary of said province to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Chesterfield No. 261; thence east along the north boundaries of said rural municipality and the rural municipalities of Newcombe No. 260, Snipe Lake No. 259 and Monet No. 257 to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Monet No. 257; thence southerly along the easterly limit of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of King George No. 256; thence easterly along the northerly limit of said rural municipality and the Rural Municipality of Coteau No. 255 to the northeasterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Coteau No. 255; thence generally southeasterly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Maple Bush No. 224; thence easterly along said limit to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Maple Bush No. 224; thence southerly along said limit and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Enfield No. 194 to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Chaplin No. 164; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limits of the rural municipalities of Wheatlands No. 163 and Caron No. 162 to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Caron No. 162; thence southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Baildon No. 131; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Redburn No. 130 to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Redburn No. 130; thence generally southerly along said limit and the easterly limits of the rural municipalities of Elmsthorpe No. 100, Key West No. 70, Bengough No. 40 and Happy Valley No. 10 to the south boundary of the Province of Saskatchewan; thence west along said boundary to the point of commencement.

Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River

(Population: 69,486)

(Map 1)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan lying northerly of a line described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of said province with the south boundary of Tp 56; thence east along said boundary and the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Loon Lake No. 561 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Meadow Lake No. 588; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Medstead No. 497; thence generally southerly along said limit to the south boundary of Sec 31 Tp 51 R 15 W 3; thence east along the south boundary of Sec 31 to 36 Tp 51 R 15 W 3, Sec 31 to 36 Tp 51 R 14 W 3 and Sec 31 to 36 Tp 51 R 13 W 3 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Spiritwood No. 496; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said rural municipality, and easterly along the northerly limits of Pebble Baye Resort Village and the Rural Municipality of Leask No. 464, to the westerly boundary of Mistawasis Indian Reserve No. 103; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Canwood No. 494; thence easterly along said limit to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Canwood No. 494; thence northerly along said limit to the westerly production of Highway No. 240; thence easterly along said production, said highway and the easterly production of said highway to the westerly boundary of Sturgeon Lake Indian Reserve No. 101; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly limits of said Indian reserve to the south boundary of Sec 24 Tp 51 R 28 W 2; thence east along said boundary and the south boundary of Sec 19 Tp 51 R 27 W 2 to the east boundary of Sec 19 Tp 51 R 27 W 2; thence north along said boundary and the east boundaries of Sec 30 Tp 51 R 27 W 2, Sec 31 Tp 51 R 27 W 2 and Sec 6 Tp 52 R 27 W 2 to the south boundary of Little Red River Indian Reserve No. 106C; thence generally easterly along said boundary and the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Paddockwood No. 520 to Highway No. 2; thence northerly along said highway to the southeasterly corner of Christopher Lake Village; thence northerly along the easterly limit of said village and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lakeland No. 521 to the south boundary of Tp 54; thence east along said boundary to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Torch River No. 488; thence southerly along said limit to the south boundary of Sec 30 Tp 52 R 21 W 2; thence east along the south boundaries of Sec 30 to 25 Tp 52 R 21 W 2, Sec 30 to 25 Tp 52 R 20 W 2, Sec 30 to 25 Tp 52 R 19 W 2, Sec 30 to 25 Tp 52 R 18 W 2, Sec 30 to 25 Tp 52 R 17 W 2, Sec 30 to 25 Tp 52 R 16 W 2 and Sec 30 to 25 Tp 52 R 15 W 2 to the west boundary of R 14; thence south along said boundary to Highway No. 55; thence southeasterly along said highway to the Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said river, Tobin Lake and said river to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Moose Range No. 486; thence generally southerly along said limit and the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Hudson Bay No. 394 to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Porcupine No. 395; thence easterly along said limit and the south boundary of Tp 46 to the east boundary of the Province of Saskatchewan.

Kindersley—Rosetown—Humboldt

(Population: 74,829)

(Map 1)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of said province and the north boundary of Tp 39; thence east along the north boundary of Tp 39 to the east limit of R 23 W 3; thence south and east along said limit to Tp 38 and the point of intersection with Muddy Lake; thence easterly and southerly along the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Grass Lake No. 381 to the northwesterly corner of the Rural Municipality of Mariposa No. 350; thence easterly along the northerly limit of said rural municipality, the Village of Tramping Lake and the Rural Municipality of Grandview No. 349 to the northwesterly corner of the Rural Municipality of Biggar No. 347; thence generally easterly, northerly and westerly along the southerly, westerly and northerly limits of the Rural Municipality of Biggar No. 347 to Highway No. 4; thence northerly along said highway to the north boundary of Sec 18 Tp 39 R 14 W 3; thence east along said boundary and the north boundary of Sec 17 Tp 39 R 14 W 3 to the west boundary of Sec 21 Tp 39 R 14 W 3; thence north along said boundary and the west boundaries of Sec 28 and 33 Tp 39 R 14 W 3, Sec 4, 9, 16, 21, 28 and 33 Tp 40 R 14 W 3 and Sec 4 and 9 Tp 41 R 14 W 3 to the south boundary of Sec 17 Tp 41 R 14 W 3; thence west along said boundary to the west boundary of Sec 17 Tp 41 R 14 W 3; thence north along said boundary and the west boundaries of Sec 20, 29 and 32 Tp 41 R 14 W 3 to the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally easterly and southeasterly along said river to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344; thence generally easterly along the northerly limit of said rural municipality to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Rosthern No. 403; thence northerly along said limit to an unnamed road on the north boundary of Sec 19 Tp 40 R 4 W 3; thence easterly along said road to Highway No. 11; thence northeasterly along said highway to the southerly limit of the Town of Hague; thence generally westerly, northerly and easterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly limits of said town to Highway No. 11; thence northerly along said highway to 4th Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to the southerly limit of the Town of Rosthern; thence generally westerly, northerly and easterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly limits of said town to Highway No. 11; thence generally northeasterly along said highway to the unnamed road near the north boundary of Sec 21 Tp 43 R 2 W 3; thence easterly along said road to Highway No. 783; thence northerly along said highway to the easterly production of an unnamed road along the north boundary of that part of Willow Cree Indian Reserve lying west of Highway No. 11; thence westerly along said production and said unnamed road to the west boundary of Sec 4 Tp 44 R 2 W 3; thence northerly along said boundary to the northwest corner of the Town of Duck Lake; thence generally easterly, northerly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said town to Highway No. 11; thence northeasterly along said highway to Old Highway 11; thence generally northerly along Old Highway 11 to the unnamed road that intersects with the south boundary of Sec 13 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence westerly along said road to the unnamed road lying west of the west boundary of Sec 14 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence northerly along said road to the unnamed road lying north of the north boundary of Sec 23 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence easterly along said road to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Duck Lake No. 463; thence southerly along said limit to the South Saskatchewan River, being the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of St. Louis No. 431; thence generally easterly along said limit to the unnamed road lying east of the east limit of Tp 45A R 26 W 2; thence southerly along said road to Highway No. 320; thence easterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of St. Louis No. 431; thence southerly along said limit and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Hoodoo No. 401 to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Hoodoo No. 401; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Three Lakes No. 400 to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Three Lakes No. 400; thence generally southerly along said limit and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Humboldt No. 370 to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Humboldt No. 370; thence westerly along said limit and the south limits of the rural municipalities of Bayne No. 371, Grant No. 372 and Aberdeen No. 373 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Aberdeen No. 373; thence westerly along Highway No. 5 to the easterly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence generally northerly and westerly along the limit of the City of Saskatoon to the intersection of 71st Street East with Wanuskewin Road; thence northerly along said road and its production to Highway No. 11; thence generally southwesterly along said highway to 71st Street West; thence easterly along said street to Thatcher Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Marquis Drive; thence westerly along said drive and Beam Road to the western limit of the City of Saskatoon (Range Road 3060); thence generally southerly and westerly along the city limit to Hughes Drive; thence southerly along said drive to 33rd Street West; thence westerly along said street to the north production of Monck Avenue; thence southerly along said production, Monck Avenue and its southerly production to Highway No. 14; thence westerly along said highway to Range Road 3063; thence generally southerly, easterly and northeasterly along said road and the limit of the City of Saskatoon to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally southerly along said river to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Fertile Valley No. 285; thence generally westerly along said limit and northerly along the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Milden No. 286; thence westerly along the southerly limits of the rural municipalities of St. Andrews No. 287, Pleasant Valley No. 288, Kindersley No. 290 and Milton No. 292 to the westerly boundary of the Province of Saskatchewan; thence north along said boundary to the point of commencement.

Lloydminster—Battlefords—Rosthern

(Population: 74,653)

(Map 1)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of said province with the north boundary of Tp 55; thence east along said boundary to the northerly boundary of Onion Lake 119-1; thence easterly along said boundary and the north limits of the rural municipalities of Frenchman Butte No. 501 and Mervin No. 499 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Meadow Lake No. 588; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Parkdale No. 498; thence generally southerly along said limit to the north boundary of Sec 30 Tp 51 R 15 W 3; thence east along said boundary and the north boundaries of Sec 29, 28, 27, 26 and 25 Tp 51 R 15 W 3, Sec 30, 29, 28, 27, 26 and 25 Tp 51 R 14 W 3 and Sec 30, 29, 28, 27, 26 and 25 Tp 51 R 13 W 3 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Spiritwood No. 496; thence generally southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said rural municipality, the northerly limits of the rural municipalities of Meeting Lake No. 466 and Leask No. 464 and the northerly limit of Pebble Baye Resort Village to the westerly boundary of Mistawasis Indian Reserve No. 103; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Leask No. 464; thence easterly, southerly and easterly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said river to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Duck Lake No. 463; thence southerly along said limit to the unnamed road lying north of the north boundary of Sec 24 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence westerly along said road to the unnamed road lying west of the west boundary of Sec 23 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence southerly along said road to the unnamed road lying north of the south boundary of Sec 14 Tp 46 R 1 W 3; thence easterly along said road to Old Highway 11; thence generally southerly along said highway to Highway No. 11; thence southwesterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Town of Duck Lake; thence generally northerly, westerly, southerly and southwesterly along the limits of said town to the northwest corner of the Town of Duck Lake; thence south along the west boundary of Sec 4 Tp 44 R 2 W 3 to the unnamed road along the north boundary of that part of Willow Cree Indian Reserve lying west of Highway No. 11; thence easterly along said road and its production to Highway No. 783; thence southerly along said highway to the unnamed road near the north boundary of Sec 21 Tp 43 R 2 W 3; thence westerly along said road to Highway No. 11; thence southerly along said highway to the northerly limit of the Town of Rosthern (Highway No. 312); thence generally northerly, westerly, southerly and easterly along the limits of said town to 4th Avenue; thence southerly along said avenue to Highway No. 11; thence southerly along said highway to the northerly limit of the Town of Hague; thence generally westerly, southerly and easterly along the limits of said town to Highway No. 11; thence southerly along said highway to the unnamed road lying north of the south boundary of Sec 26 Tp 40 R 4 W 3; thence westerly along said road to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Laird No. 404; thence generally southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality and southerly along the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Great Bend No. 405 to the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally westerly and northwesterly along said river to the east boundary of Sec 31 Tp 41 R 14 W 3; thence south along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 30, 19 and 18 Tp 41 R 14 W 3 to the northerly boundary of Sec 8 Tp 41 R 14 W 3; thence easterly along said boundary to the east boundary of Sec 8 Tp 41 R 14 W 3; thence south along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 5 Tp 41 R 14 W 3, Sec 32, 29, 20, 17, 8 and 5 Tp 40 R 14 W 3 and Sec 32, 29 and 20 Tp 39 R 14 W 3 to the south boundary of Sec 20 Tp 39 R 14 W 3; thence west along said boundary and the south boundary of Sec 19 Tp 39 R 14 W 3 to Highway No. 4; thence southerly along said highway to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Glenside No. 377; thence westerly along said limit to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Rosemount No. 378; thence southerly and generally westerly along the easterly and southerly limit of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Reford No. 379; thence westerly along the southerly limit of said rural municipality and the Rural Municipality of Tramping Lake No. 380 to the westerly limit of said rural municipality; thence generally northerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Round Valley No. 410; thence westerly along the southerly limit of said rural municipality and the rural municipalities of Round Valley No. 410 and Senlac No. 411 to the west boundary of said province; thence north along said boundary to the point of commencement.

Moose Jaw—Lake Centre—Lanigan

(Population: 71,006)

(Map 1)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the southwesterly corner of the Rural Municipality of Loreburn No. 254; thence generally northerly along the westerly limit of said rural municipality, the westerly limits of the rural municipalities of Rudy No. 284 and Dundurn No. 314 and the westerly boundary of Whitecap Indian Reserve to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Dundurn No. 314; thence easterly along said limit to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Blucher No. 343; thence northerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Blucher No. 343; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limits of the rural municipalities of Colonsay No. 342, Viscount No. 341 and Wolverine No. 340 to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Wolverine No. 340; thence generally southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Prairie Rose No. 309; thence easterly along said limit to Highway No. 6; thence southerly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Prairie Rose No. 309; thence southerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Mount Hope No. 279; thence easterly along said limit to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Mount Hope No. 279; thence southerly along said limit to Highway No. 6; thence southerly along said highway to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Longlaketon No. 219; thence generally southerly along the easterly limit of said rural municipality to Highway No. 6 (on the north boundary of Sec 12 Tp 22 R 19 W 2); thence generally southwesterly and southerly along said highway to the unnamed road near the south boundary of Sec 25 Tp 18 R 20 W 2; thence westerly along said road to Pasqua Street North; thence southerly along said street to Armour Road; thence generally northerly and westerly along said road to Pinkie Road (near the east boundary of Sec 8 Tp 18 R 20 W 2); thence southerly along said road to the Canadian Pacific Railway lying north of 13th Avenue; thence easterly along said railway to the westerly limit of the City of Regina; thence southerly and easterly along said limit to Campbell Street; thence southerly along said street to Highway No. 1; thence westerly along said highway to the east boundary of Sec 35 Tp 16 R 21 W 2; thence southerly along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 26, 23, 14, 11 and 2 Tp 16 R 21 W 2 to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Sherwood No. 159; thence westerly along said limit and the southerly limits of the rural municipalities of Pense No. 160 and Moose Jaw No. 161 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Moose Jaw No. 161; thence northerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Marquis No. 191; thence westerly along said limit and the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Eyebrow No. 193 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Eyebrow No. 193; thence northerly along said limit and the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Huron No. 223 to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Loreburn No. 254; thence westerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Prince Albert

(Population: 76,854)

(Map 1)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Shellbrook No. 493 with the North Saskatchewan River; thence generally westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said rural municipality to the westerly production of Highway No. 240; thence easterly along said production, said highway and the easterly production of said highway to the westerly boundary of Sturgeon Lake Indian Reserve No. 101; thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Buckland No. 491; thence easterly and northerly along said limit; thence east along the south boundary of Sec 19 Tp 51 R 27 W 2 to the east boundary of Sec 19 Tp 51 R 27 W 2; thence north along said boundary and the east boundaries of Sec 30 Tp 51 R 27 W 2 and Sec 31 Tp 51 R 27 W 2 to the south boundary of Little Red River Indian Reserve No. 106C; thence generally easterly along said boundary to Highway No. 2; thence northerly along said highway and the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Paddockwood No. 520 to the south boundary of Tp 54; thence east along said boundary to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Torch River No. 488; thence southerly along said limit to the south boundary of Sec 30 Tp 52 R 21 W 2; thence east along the north boundaries of Sec 19 to 24 Tp 52 R 21 W 2, Sec 19 to 24 Tp 52 R 20 W 2, Sec 19 to 24 Tp 52 R 19 W 2, Sec 19 to 24 Tp 52 R 18 W 2, Sec 19 to 24 Tp 52 R 17 W 2, Sec 19 to 24 Tp 52 R 16 W 2 and Sec 19 to 24 Tp 52 R 15 W 2 to the west boundary of R 14; thence south along said boundary to Highway No. 55; thence southeasterly along said highway to the Saskatchewan River; thence generally northeasterly along said river, Tobin Lake and said river to the northeasterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Moose Range No. 486; thence generally southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the east limit of the Rural Municipality of Arborfield No. 456; thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Tisdale No. 427; thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly limits of said rural municipality; thence easterly along the southerly limits of the rural municipalities of Star City No. 428, Flett’s Springs No. 429 and Invergordon No. 430 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Invergordon No. 430; thence northerly along said limit to Highway No. 320; thence westerly along said highway to the unnamed road near the east boundary of R 26 W 2; thence northerly along said unnamed road to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Birch Hills No. 460; thence westerly along said limit to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally westerly along said river to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Prince Albert No. 461; thence northerly along said limit to the point of commencement.

Regina—Lewvan

(Population: 76,395)

(Map 2)

Consisting of those parts of the Province of Saskatchewan and the City of Regina described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 1 and Albert Street; thence westerly along said highway to Campbell Street; thence generally northerly along said street to the westerly limit of the City of Regina; thence northerly and westerly along the city limit to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence southwesterly along said railway to Pinkie Road (near the west boundary of Sec 21 Tp 17 R 20 W 2); thence northerly along said road to Armour Road; thence generally easterly and southerly along said road to Pasqua Street; thence southerly along said street to a point at approximate latitude 50°29′38″N and longitude 104°38′27″W; thence westerly along a line to McCarthy Boulevard; thence southerly along said boulevard to 9th Avenue North; thence easterly along said road to Pasqua Street; thence southerly along said street to Lewvan Drive; thence southerly along said drive to the Canadian Pacific Railway north of Saskatchewan Drive; thence generally northeasterly along said railway to Albert Street; thence southerly along said street to the point of commencement.

Regina—Qu’Appelle

(Population: 76,083)

(Map 2)

Consisting of those parts of the Province of Saskatchewan and the City of Regina described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Range Road 2100 and Fifth Base Line; thence westerly along Fifth Base Line to the easterly boundary of Carry The Kettle Nakoda Indian Reserve No. 76-15; thence northerly, westerly and southerly along the easterly, northerly and westerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Indian Head No. 156; thence westerly along said limit and the southerly limits of the Rural Municipality of South Qu’Appelle No. 157 to Highway No. 48; thence westerly along said highway and Fifth Base Line to Range Road 190; thence north along said road to Highway No. 1; thence westerly along said highway to the easterly limit of the City of Regina; thence northerly along said limit to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence southwesterly along said railway to Lewvan Drive; thence northerly along said drive and Pasqua Street to 9th Avenue North; thence westerly along said avenue to McCarthy Boulevard; thence northerly along said boulevard to a point at latitude 50°29′37″N and longitude 104°39′50″W; thence easterly in a line to Pasqua Street; thence northerly along said street and Pasqua Street North to the unnamed road near the north boundary of Sec 24 Tp 18 R 20 W 2; thence easterly along said road to Highway No. 6; thence generally northerly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Cupar No. 218; thence generally northerly along said limit and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Touchwood No. 248 to Highway No. 6 south of the north boundary of Sec 30 Tp 25 R 18 W 2; thence northerly along said highway to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Big Quill No. 308; thence generally northerly along the limit of said rural municipality to Highway No. 6; thence northerly along said highway to the northern limit of the Rural Municipality of Prairie Rose No. 309; thence easterly along said limit and the northern limits of the rural municipalities of Big Quill No. 308 and Elfros No. 307 to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Elfros No. 307; thence southerly along said limit and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Emerald No. 277 to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Ituna Bon Accord No. 246; thence easterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality and the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Tullymet No. 216 to Highway No. 15; thence generally southeasterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Village of Goodeve; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said village to Highway No. 15; thence southwesterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Village of Fenwood; thence southerly and easterly along the westerly and southerly limits of said village to Highway No. 15; thence southeasterly along said highway to the east boundary of Sec 8 Tp 23 R 7 W 2; thence south along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 5 Tp 23 R 7 W 2 to the north boundary of Sec 32 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence east and south along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 32 Tp 22 R 7 W 2 to the north boundary of Sec 28 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence east and south along said boundary and the east boundaries of Sec 28 Tp 22 R 7 W 2 and Sec 21 Tp 22 R 7 W 2 to Highway No. 10; thence generally southwesterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Village of Duff; thence northerly, southwesterly and southerly along the easterly, northwesterly and westerly limits of said village to Highway No. 10; thence southwesterly along said highway to the easterly boundary of Okanese Indian Reserve No. 82 (G and K); thence southerly, westerly and northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 10; thence southwesterly along said highway to the easterly boundary of Okanese Indian Reserve No. 82 (M); thence southerly and westerly along the easterly and southerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 10; thence southwesterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Abernethy No. 186; thence generally southerly along said limit to Range Road 2100; thence generally southerly along said road to the point of commencement.

Saskatoon Centre—University

(Population: 76,244)

(Map 3)

Consisting of that part of the City of Saskatoon described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the South Saskatchewan River with the northerly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence generally southeasterly and southerly along the northerly and easterly limits of said city to Highway No. 5; thence westerly and southwesterly along said highway and College Drive to McKercher Drive; thence southerly along said drive to 8th Street East; thence westerly along said street to Preston Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to Main Street; thence westerly along said street to Idylwyld Drive South; thence generally northerly along said drive to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the southerly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence westerly, southwesterly and northerly along said limit to Dundonald Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue and Circle Drive West to the easterly production of Milton Street; thence easterly along said production to the Canadian National Railway; thence northerly along said railway to the westerly production of 30th Street West; thence southeasterly along a line to the intersection of Tomlinson Crescent and 29th Street West; thence easterly along 29th Street West to Idylwyld Drive North; thence northerly along said drive to 33rd Street East; thence easterly along said street to 3rd Avenue North; thence southerly along said avenue to 1st Avenue North; thence westerly and southerly along said avenue to King Street; thence easterly along said street to 9th Avenue North; thence southerly along said avenue to Queen Street; thence easterly along said street and its easterly production to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally northerly along said river to the point of commencement.

Saskatoon—Grasswood

(Population: 74,738)

(Map 3)

Consisting of those parts of the City of Saskatoon and the Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344 described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the easterly limit of the Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344 with Highway No. 5; thence westerly and southwesterly along said highway and College Drive to McKercher Drive; thence southerly along said drive to 8th Street East; thence westerly along said street to Preston Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to Main Street; thence westerly along said street to Idylwyld Drive South; thence northerly along said drive to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344; thence easterly and northerly along the southerly and easterly limits of said rural municipality to the point of commencement.

Saskatoon West

(Population: 73,858)

(Map 3)

Consisting of those parts of the Province of Saskatchewan and the City of Saskatoon described as follows: commencing at the intersection of Highway No. 11 with Range Road 3052; thence southerly along Range Road 3052 and Wanuskewin Road to the easterly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence generally southerly and easterly along said limit to the South Saskatchewan River; thence generally southerly and southwesterly along said river to the production of Queen Street; thence westerly along said production and Queen Street to 9th Avenue North; thence northerly along said avenue to King Street; thence westerly along said street to 1st Avenue North; thence northerly and easterly along said avenue to 3rd Avenue North; thence northerly along said avenue to 33rd Street East; thence westerly along said street to Idylwyld Drive North; thence southerly along said drive to 29th Street West; thence westerly along said street to its intersection with Tomlinson Crescent; thence northwesterly in a line to the intersection with the Canadian National Railway; thence southerly along said railway to its intersection with the westerly production of 30th Street West; thence southerly along said railway to the easterly production of Milton Street; thence westerly along said production to Circle Drive West; thence generally southerly along said drive and Dundonald Avenue to the southerly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence westerly, northerly and westerly along said limit to the westerly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence northerly along said limit and Range Road 3063 to Highway No. 14; thence easterly along said highway to the southerly production of Monck Avenue; thence northerly along said production, Monck Avenue and its northerly production to 33rd Street West; thence easterly along said street to Hughes Drive; thence northerly along said drive to the northerly limit of the City of Saskatoon; thence generally easterly, northerly and easterly along said limit to Beam Road; thence easterly and northeasterly along said road to Marquis Drive; thence easterly along said drive to Thatcher Avenue; thence northerly along said avenue to 71st Street West; thence easterly along said street to Highway No. 11; thence northerly and northeasterly along said highway to the point of commencement.

Souris—Moose Mountain

(Population: 71,089)

(Map 1)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the southeast corner of said province; thence west along the south boundary of said province to the western limit of the Rural Municipality of Surprise Valley No. 9; thence generally northerly along the westerly limits of said rural municipality and the rural municipalities of The Gap No. 39, Norton No. 69, Caledonia No. 99 and Bratt’s Lake No. 129 to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Bratt’s Lake No. 129; thence easterly along said limit to the unnamed road on the west boundary of Sec 1 Tp 16 R 21 W 2; thence northerly along said road to Highway No. 1; thence easterly along said highway, Fifth Base Line, Highway No. 48, Fifth Base Line, its intermittent productions and its easterly production to the westerly boundary of Carry The Kettle Nakoda Indian Reserve No. 76-15; thence northerly, easterly and southerly along the westerly, northerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Fifth Base Line; thence easterly along said line and its intermittent production road to an unnamed road near the southeast corner of Tp 17 R 10 W 2; thence northerly along said road to the Qu’Appelle River; thence generally easterly along said river to the westerly boundary of Sakimay Indian Reserve No. 74-2; thence generally northerly, easterly and southerly along the westerly, northerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve, Sakimay Indian reserves Nos. 74-9, 74-17 and 74-12 and Shesheep Indian Reserve No. 74A to the Qu’Appelle River; thence generally easterly along said river to the east boundary of the Province of Saskatchewan; thence generally south along said boundary to the point of commencement.

Wascana

(Population: 77,208)

(Map 2)

Consisting of those parts of the City of Regina and the Rural Municipality of Sherwood No. 159 described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the east boundary of Sec 24 Tp 17 R 19 W 2 and Highway No. 1; thence westerly along said highway to the easterly limit of the City of Regina; thence northerly along said limit to the Canadian Pacific Railway; thence southwesterly along said railway to Albert Street; thence southerly along said street to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Sherwood No. 159; thence easterly along said limit and Fifth Base Line to Range Road 190; thence northerly along said road to the point of commencement.

Yorkton—Melville

(Population: 74,245)

(Map 1)

Consisting of that part of the Province of Saskatchewan described as follows: commencing at the intersection of the east boundary of said province with the Qu’Appelle River; thence generally westerly along said river to the Village of Tantallon, including all of said village; thence westerly along said river to the easterly boundary of Shesheep Indian Reserve No. 74A; thence generally northerly, westerly and southerly along the easterly, northerly and westerly boundaries of said Indian reserve and Sakimay Indian reserves Nos. 74-12, 74-17, 74-9 and 74-2 to the Qu’Appelle River; thence generally southwesterly along said river to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of McLeod No. 185; thence generally northerly along said limit to Highway No. 10; thence northeasterly along said highway to the southerly boundary of Okanese Indian Reserve No. 82 (M); thence easterly and northerly along the southerly and easterly boundaries of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 10; thence northeasterly along said highway to the west boundary of Okanese Indian Reserve No. 82 (G and K); thence southerly, easterly and northerly along the westerly, southerly and easterly boundary of said Indian reserve to Highway No. 10; thence northeasterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Village of Duff; thence northerly, northeasterly and southerly along the westerly, northerly and easterly limits of said village to Highway No. 10; thence northeasterly along said highway to the east boundary of Sec 21 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence northerly along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 28 Tp 22 R 7 W 2 to the north boundary of Sec 28 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence westerly along said boundary to the east boundary of Sec 32 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence northerly along said boundary to the north boundary of Sec 32 Tp 22 R 7 W 2; thence westerly along said boundary to the east boundary of Sec 5 Tp 23 R 7 W 2; thence northerly along said boundary and the east boundary of Sec 8 Tp 23 R 7 W 2 to Highway No. 15; thence northwesterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Village of Fenwood; thence southerly, westerly and northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said village to Highway No. 15; thence northwesterly along said highway to the easterly limit of the Village of Goodeve; thence southerly, westerly and northerly along the easterly, southerly and westerly limits of said village to Highway No. 15; thence northwesterly along said highway to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Stanley No. 215; thence northerly along said limit and the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Garry No. 245 to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Foam Lake No. 276; thence westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerly limits of said rural municipality to the southerly boundary of Fishing Lake Indian Reserve No. 89; thence westerly, northerly and easterly along the southerly, westerly and northerly boundaries of said Indian reserve to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Sasman No. 336; thence northerly along said limit to the southerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lakeview No. 337; thence westerly along said limit and the southerly limit of the rural municipalities of Lakeside No. 338 and Leroy No. 339 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Leroy No. 339; thence generally northerly along the westerly limits of said rural municipality, the Rural Municipality of St. Peter No. 369, the Village of Muenster and the Rural Municipality of Lake Lenore No. 399 to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Lake Lenore No. 399; thence easterly along said limit and the northerly limits of the rural municipalities of Pleasantdale No. 398 and Barrier Valley No. 397 to the westerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Bjorkdale No. 426; thence northerly along said limit to the northerly limit of the Rural Municipality of Bjorkdale No. 426; thence easterly along said limit, the northerly limits of the rural municipalities of Porcupine No. 395 and Hudson Bay No. 394 to the east boundary of the Province of Saskatchewan; thence south along said boundary to the point of commencement.