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Division No. 10, Saskatchewan

Division No. 10 is one of eighteen census divisions in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, as defined by Statistics Canada. It is located in the east-central part of the province. The most populous community in this division is Wynyard.

                                               

Division No. 16, Saskatchewan

Division No. 16 is one of eighteen census divisions in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, as defined by Statistics Canada. It is located in the north-central part of the province. The most populous community in this division is North Battleford.

                                               

Division No. 17, Saskatchewan

Division No. 17 is one of eighteen census divisions in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, as defined by Statistics Canada. It is located in the west-northwest part of the province, bordering Alberta. The most populous community in this divisio ...

                                               

Division No. 18, Saskatchewan

Division No. 18, Saskatchewan, Canada, is one of the eighteen census divisions within the province, as defined by Statistics Canada. It occupies the northern portion of Saskatchewan and is coincident with the Northern Saskatchewan Administration ...

                                               

Division No. 18, Saskatchewan

                                               

Fort Smith Region, Northwest Territories

Fort Smith Region was a former Statistics Canada census division, one of two in the Northwest Territories, Canada. It was abolished in the 2011 census, along with the other census division of Inuvik Region, and the land area of the Northwest Terr ...

                                               

Inuvik Region, Northwest Territories (former census division)

Inuvik Region was a former Statistics Canada census division, one of two in the Northwest Territories, Canada. It was abolished in the 2011 census, along with the other census division of Fort Smith Region, and the land area of the Northwest Terr ...

                                               

Region 1, Northwest Territories

Region 1 is the name of a Statistics Canada census division, one of six in the Northwest Territories, Canada. It was introduced in the 2011 census, along with Regions 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, resulting in the abolition of the former census divisions of ...

                                               

Region 2, Northwest Territories

Region 2 is the name of a Statistics Canada census division, one of six in the Northwest Territories, Canada. It was introduced in the 2011 census, along with Regions 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6, resulting in the abolition of the former census divisions of ...

                                               

Region 3, Northwest Territories

Region 3 is the name of a Statistics Canada census division, one of six in the Northwest Territories, Canada. It was introduced in the 2011 census, along with Regions 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6, resulting in the abolition of the former census divisions of ...

                                               

Region 4, Northwest Territories

Region 4 is the name of a Statistics Canada census division, one of six in the Northwest Territories, Canada. It was introduced in the 2011 census, along with Regions 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6, resulting in the abolition of the former census divisions of ...

                                               

Region 5, Northwest Territories

Region 5 is the name of a Statistics Canada census division, one of six in the Northwest Territories, Canada. It was introduced in the 2011 census, along with Regions 1, 2, 3, 4, and 6, resulting in the abolition of the former census divisions of ...

                                               

Region 6, Northwest Territories

Region 6 is the name of a Statistics Canada census division, one of six in the Northwest Territories, Canada. It was introduced in the 2011 census, along with Regions 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, resulting in the abolition of the former census divisions of ...

                                               

Bas-Saint-Laurent

                                               

Capitale-Nationale

                                               

Centre-du-Quebec

                                               

Chaudiere-Appalaches

                                               

Cote-Nord

                                               

Estrie

                                               

Former administrative regions of Quebec

                                               

Gaspesie–Iles-de-la-Madeleine

                                               

Lanaudiere

                                               

Laurentides

                                               

Mauricie

                                               

Monteregie

                                               

Outaouais

                                               

Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

                                               

Brome County, Quebec

Brome County, is a historical county of Quebec. It takes its name from the name of a manor in the parish of Barham in Kent, England that was named after the broom plant. It was named by English surveyors. The earliest settlers to this region were ...

                                               

Chambly County, Quebec

Chambly County was a county of Quebec that existed between 1855 and the early 1980s. The territory of the county today forms part of the Monteregie administrative region and the Urban agglomeration of Longueuil and the Regional county municipalit ...

                                               

Frontenac County, Quebec

Frontenac County was a county of Quebec, Canada. It existed between 1912 and the early 1980s. The territory it covered is today divided into the regional county municipalities of Le Granit in the administrative regions of the Estrie and Beauce-Sa ...

                                               

Missisquoi County, Quebec

Missisquoi County is a historical county in Quebec. It was formed between 1825 and 1831 and included historical Bedford County. In the early 1980s Quebec abolished its counties. Much of Missisquoi County became the Brome-Missisquoi Regional Count ...

                                               

Quebec County, Quebec

Quebec County was a historic county in the province of Quebec, Canada. The county included the Quebec City metropolitan area and extended northwestward. The county seat was Loretteville.

                                               

Saguenay County, Quebec

Saguenay County, Quebec is an historical county in Quebec. It generally consisted of all of Quebec east of Tadoussac and north of the Saint Lawrence River. The county seat was also Tadoussac. Today, the county is found in the Regional County Muni ...

                                               

Saint-Jean County, Quebec

Saint-Jean County is an historical county in Quebec and is on the west bank of the Richelieu River about 40 km southeast of Montreal. The county was organized in 1854 from the counties of Huntingdon and Chambly. Its extent included the parishes o ...

                                               

Shefford County, Quebec

Shefford County is an historical county in southern Quebec, Canada. It is named after Shefford, a small town in Bedfordshire county, England of the same name and is in the Eastern Townships region of Quebec. Topographically, part of the county is ...

                                               

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