The Rural Municipality (RM) of Clayton No. 333 in Saskatchewan, Canada is currently offering farm land for sale. Located in the province of Saskatchewan, the RM of Clayton was established on January 1, 1913 and includes the towns of Norquay and the villages of Hyas, as well as the unincorporated communities of Arabella, Danbury, and Stenen. The RM is known for its grain and livestock agriculture, which contribute to the local economy and provide livelihoods for many of its residents. The area is also home to a number of farms that produce a variety of crops, including wheat, oats, barley, and canola.
According to the 2021 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, the RM of Clayton No. 333 has a population of 631 living in 253 private dwellings, representing a change of 5.7% from the population of 597 recorded in the 2016 Census. The RM has a total land area of 1,380.68 square kilometers, with a population density of 0.5 people per square kilometer. In the 2016 Census, the population density was recorded at 0.4 people per square kilometer.
If you are interested in purchasing farm land for sale in the Rm of Clayton or are looking for farms for sale in Saskatchewan, SK farm land for sale in the RM of Clayton is available. Please contact the local government or a real estate agent for more information. The government of the RM of Clayton No. 333 is led by an elected municipal council and an appointed administrator, and is responsible for making decisions and setting policies for the RM. The RM's office is located in the town of Norquay.
Town of Norquay - is located in the Rural Municipality (RM) of Clayton No. 333 in Saskatchewan, Canada. It is situated between the upper reaches of Saskatchewan's Parkland region and the northern expanse of forest and wilderness. The local economy is primarily based on agriculture, and the land surrounding Norquay is rich and fertile due to its location between the headwaters of the Assiniboine and Swan River systems. The town has a population of approximately 420 people, as recorded in the 2021 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada. Norquay has a land area of 1.62 km2 and a population density of 259.3/km2. The town has a range of businesses and services, including those involved in the agricultural industry. Hunting and fishing are popular in the area, and the town is home to an award-winning magazine publishing company. Norquay has a rich history, with settlement beginning in the late 1800s and increasing in the early 1900s with the approach of railroads. The town was named after John Norquay, the Premier of Manitoba from 1878 to 1887, and was incorporated as a village in 1913. It attained town status in 1963 and reached a peak population of 575 in 1986.
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