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Saskatchewan Legal Land Descriptions (6647)

Use for: Western Canada Land Survey, Western Canada Land System, Legal Land Descriptions, LLD, LLDs

  • Use this heading for references to the land system in western Canada that was based on a grid survey developed for the Prairies by the Canadian government. The basic unit of the survey was the 36-square mile township that was divided into 36 sections. Each section was about one square mile (640 acres) and were divided into four quarters or into sixteen legal sub-divisions. Townships were numbered from south to north starting at the United States border, and numbered from 1 to 129. Ranges in Saskatchewan and Alberta (and parts of British Columbia) are numbered from east to west starting from each meridian, and ranges are numbered 1 to 34. Surveyors established seven meridians, which acted as baselines for surveying and numbering the townships.
  • This heading should be used whenever a (full or partial) legal land description is being provided as an access point.
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Tp. 002 Rg. 30 W1 111
Tp. 008 Rg. 30 W1 111
Tp. 011 Rg. 30 W1 102
Tp. 012 Rg. 30 W1 92
Tp. 018 Rg. 30 W1 121
Tp. 019 Rg. 30 W1 108
Tp. 020 Rg. 30 W1 78
Tp. 022 Rg. 30 W1 107
Tp. 023 Rg. 30 W1 102
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