About the Rm

The R.M. of Garden river includes many interesting  aspects. The Cecil Ferry which is a seasonal cable ferry that is off of the Garden River Road providing a link between Highways 55 and 302.The Fort á la Crone Provincial Forrest is towards the south east of the RM and the Nesbit Provincial Forrest is on the south west side in the RM of Prince Albert & Buckland. The North Saskatchewan River runs along the south edge of the entire RM.  The fork of the North and South Saskatchewan Rivers rests at the very south east corner of the RM.  The area at the forks of the rivers is full of history. It was the original site of Fort St. Louis that was built in the mid seventeen hundreds by Chevalier De La Corne. It was also the site of several later posts.  The worlds largest diamond kimberlite field is located in the Fort á la Corne Forrest. The kimberlite pipes are among the most complete examples in the world, preserving volcanic shaped craters. Currently there are diamond mining companies working in the area.


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Just a reminder that the transfer station is open on Tuesday July 16 from 5pm - 8pm. ... See MoreSee Less

At this time the RM does not have a municipal fire ban on. The provincial fire ban applys to some parts of the RM that are located 4.5 kms from the provincial forests that are located in the RM. ... See MoreSee Less


The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency (SPSA) has issued a provincial fire ban for Crown lands and provincial parks, provincial recreation sites, and all land within 4.5 km of the provincial forest boundary and the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District effective at noon on July 11, 2024.

🚫 The fire ban includes any open fires, controlled burns and fireworks. If you spot a fire, please call 9-1-1.

🔥 The latest fire ban maps, fire risk maps and current wildfire status can be found on our website: www.saskpublicsafety.ca/emergencies-and-response/active-incidents

👇 For further details about the fire ban, please visit: www.saskpublicsafety.ca/about-the-spsa/media-centre/july-11-2024---fire-ban-issued-for-saskatchewan
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