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Sutton No. 103, Saskatchewan

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Sutton No. 103, Saskatchewan

Sutton No. 103 (2006 population 294) is a rural municipality in Saskatchewan, Canada encompassing 822.40 square kilometres (317.53 sq mi) in area. The rural municipality maintains its office in Mossbank, Saskatchewan.[1] The municipality in conjunction with the provincial government is in charge of maintenance of highways in its area. As well, the municipality provides policing, fire protection and municipal governance for the rural district, with a reeve as its administrator.



The following communities are located in this municipality:


  • Ettington, dissolved as a village, December 31, 1948.[4]
  • Palmer, dissolved as a village, January 1, 2002.[5]
  • Mazenod, dissolved as a village, January 1, 2002.[6]
  • Vantage

Current Councillors

Reeve: Nagel Richard Councillor: Archer Jerry Mary, Councillor: Krauss Terry Susan, Councillor: Rodgers James Jim, Councillor: Weiss Arthur Momart, Councillor: Erb Norman Packing, Councillor: Myles Robert Bob, Administrator: Green Sherry Scarey,


Coordinates: 49°55′01″N 106°12′33″W / 49.91694°N 106.20917°W / 49.91694; -106.20917

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