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Rm of Fertile Belt
The Rural Municipality (RM) of Fertile Belt No. 183 is a rural municipality in Saskatchewan, Canada. It was incorporated on January 1, 1913. The RM is located in the Melville-Saltcoats electoral district.
The RM is home to two historical properties: Our Lady of Assumption (Kaposvar) Roman Catholic Church (also known as Kaposvar Museum) and the New Stockholm Lutheran Church (also known as Swedish Evangelical Lutheran New Stockholm Church). The RM is surrounded by the towns of Esterhazy and the villages of Atwater, Bangor, and Stockholm. It also includes the organized hamlets of Pelican Shores and the locality of Zeneta.
According to the 2021 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, the RM of Fertile Belt No. 183 has a population of 727, living in 309 of its 345 total private dwellings. This represents a 6.9% decrease from its 2016 population of 781. The RM has a land area of 1,001.93 km2 (386.85 sq mi) and a population density of 0.7/km2 (1.9/sq mi).
The RM is governed by an elected municipal council and an appointed administrator. The reeve of the RM is Arlynn Kurtz and the administrator is Lorie Jackson. The RM's office is located in Stockholm. The RM meets on the second Tuesday of every month.
The RM of Fertile Belt No. 183 is primarily a farming community, with farmland making up a significant portion of the municipality. The Esterhazy Airport is located within the RM.
The town of Esterhazy - is a town located in southeast of Melville, at the intersection of highways 22 and 80. It has a population of 2,348 and was named after Count Paul Oscar Esterhazy, who brought the first 35 Hungarian families to the area, establishing what is known as the Kaposvar Colony. Other immigrants to the area included English, Scandinavian, and German settlers. Despite initial difficulties, the settlement eventually flourished and helped to promote the agricultural potential of the region to later waves of immigrants. The development of the potash industry in the late 1950s and early 1960s had a significant impact on Esterhazy's growth. International Minerals and Chemicals Corp. (IMC) built the world's largest potash mine, K1, which became fully operational in 1962, and a second mine, K2, was completed in 1967. The workforce needed for these massive operations had a significant effect on Esterhazy's population, which reached 3,190 by 1966. Esterhazy is no longer just a farming community, but has become one of the larger and more modern rural communities in Saskatchewan, with all the facilities and amenities of a larger urban center. Today, the potash mines in the area employ about 800 people, but agriculture remains an important part of the economy, with local farms growing wheat, canola, and flax, and raising cattle. Just south of the town is the Kaposvar Historic Site, which features the Our Lady of Assumption Roman Catholic Church, built in 1906-07. This church, constructed of large stones brought to the site by the early Hungarian pioneers, is the location of an annual traditional pilgrimage.
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