Place:Lumsden No. 189, Saskatchewan, Canada


NameLumsden No. 189
TypeRural municipality
Coordinates50.756°N 104.803°W
Located inSaskatchewan, Canada     (1912 - )
Contained Places
Tregarva Cemetery
Inhabited place
Unincorporated area
source: The Atlas of Canada

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Lumsden No. 189 is a rural municipality (R.M.) located in south-western Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located in Division No.6.

Lumsden No. 189 completely surrounds the town of Lumsden. Other communities that are located at its perimeters include Buena Vista, Craven, Disley, Lumsden Beach, and Regina Beach. It is named after Hugh D. Lumsden who was the chief surveyor on the project in 1887 to take the railroad from Regina to Prince Albert. The R.M. was incorporated in 1912. According to the Canada 2011 Census, the population was 1,772.[1]


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