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Updated June 16, 2015

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Coverage.
Basin of the Saskatchewan River (including the Sturgeon-weir system) plus all waters south of it.

Entries are posted using the following five subregions. Click on specific Subregion to go directly to that region.
Subregion 1.  North Saskatchewan River
Subregion 2. South Saskatchewan River.
Subregion 3. Lower Saskatchewan River.
Subregion 4. Sturgeon-weir River.
Subregion 5. Basins south of the Saskatchewan River.
 

Subregion 1: North Saskatchewan River

Coverage.
North Saskatchewan River and its basin
Routes that continue downstream past The Forks are posted here only. For Information, Features, Places and Parks related to the Saskatchewan River proper, please consult the corresponding entries in Subregion 3. Lower Saskatchewan River.

Explicit inclusions.
North Saskatchewan River; Eagle Creek, Garden River.

Eagle Creek. Information.
Ed notes:
1. Tributary of the North Saskatchewan River, entering it river-right upstream from Ceepee (east of Borden).
2. A spring creek [Source: Mark Lafontaine]. I found nothing online for the creek itself.
Eagle Creek Regional Park.
http://www.saskregionalparks.ca/parksDisplay.php
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... opid=90555
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0014/
Scissions Environmental Centre.
Ed note: My search had little success.
http://www.scs.sk.ca/instructional_serv ... CATION.PDF
http://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC1R ... 3045bf4642
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Eagle Creek near Environ.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05GC006/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Eagle Creek. Online, Notes, Map.
Author: Mark Lafontaine.
Route description: Eagle Creek Regional Park to Ed and May Scissions Environmental Centre.
http://www.wildpaddler.ca/p/spring-creek-info.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Eagle Creek. Online, Notes, Photos.
Source: Mark’s Paddling Blog.
Author. Mark Lafontaine.
Route description: From unspecified point to “the final bridge before the creek dumps into the North Saskatchewan River”.
Title at source. Sun, Spring flowers, and a bunch of laughs.
http://www.wildpaddler.ca/2011/04/sun-s ... aughs.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Garden River. Information.
Tributary of the North Saskatchewan River, entering it river-left downstream from Claytonville.
Ed note: A spring river [Source: Mark Lafontaine].
Rural municipality of Garden River.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_Riv ... skatchewan
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Garden River near Henribourg.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05GG010/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Garden River. Online, Notes, Map.
Author: Mark Lafontaine.
Route description: Cycil Ferry Road (grid road 465) to North Saskatchewan River.
http://www.wildpaddler.ca/p/spring-creek-info.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Garden River. Online, Notes, Photos.
Source: Mark’s Paddling Blog.
Author. Mark Lafontaine.
Content: Garden River; only a photo for the Torch.
Title at source: Torch and The Garden.
http://www.wildpaddler.ca/2011/05/torch-and-garden.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

North Saskatchewan River. Information.
Ed note regarding content: Routes that start on the South Saskatchewan River and continue downstream past The Forks are posted here only. For Information, Features, Places and Parks related to the Saskatchewan River proper, please consult the corresponding entries in posted in Subregion 3. Lower Saskatchewan River.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Saskatchewan_River
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=nor ... &FORM=IGRE
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/north_sas ... river.html
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... ewan-river
http://www.greatcanadianrivers.com/rive ... -home.html
http://www.seawa.ca/index.php?option=co ... Itemid=179
http://saskriverkeeper.ca/
http://www.nsrbc.ca/
http://www.saskriverbasin.ca/file/SRB%2 ... h%20Sask(1).pdf
etc.
North Saskatchewan River downstream from Maymont bridge.
Author: MelM. 70 km, 21 hours (3 days).
Ed note: Insufficient information (map is useless) to merit a Route entry.
http://trailpeak.com/trail-North-Saskat ... on-SK-5871
Environment Canada Water Office. North Saskatchewan River at Prince Albert.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=05GG001
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. North Saskatchewan River near Prince Albert.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05GG001/
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. North Saskatchewan River near Deer Creek.
Deer Creek (settlement) is just upstream from the mouth of the Monnery River, between Tangleflags and Paradise Hill.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05EF001/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

North Saskatchewan River. Features.
... , enter SK, Hwy 17 ferry, past Harlan, ford, Frenchman Butte, Fort Pitt Historic Provincial Park, creek confluences (Pipestone, Oldman), Frenchman Butte (settlement), Hwy 3 bridge, Deer Creek (settlement), Monnery River confluence, Patmore Island, Carmody Island, Hwy 21 bridge (Milleton), Birling Creek confluence, Tartlelake River confluence, RR bridge, Battleford and North Battleford and bridges, Battle River confluence, Rte 376 bridge (Maymont), Glenhorn Regional Park, confluences (Eagle Creek and Pakrowka Creek), Hwy 16 bridge and Borden Bridge Provincial Recreation Site, Langham and District Regional Park, Hwy 12 and Petrovka Provincial Recreation Site, Fort Carlton Provincial Historic Park (Fort Carlton is not at mytopo)), ferry, past Crutwell, Miners Creek confluence, Prince Albert and Hwy 2 bridge, rapids, Garden River confluence, Cote Rapids, rapids, The Forks (South Saskatchewan River) and start of the Saskatchewan River.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

North Saskatchewan River. Places and Parks.
Ed note: Please inform me of omissions.
Battleford and North Battleford.
http://www.tourism.battlefords.com/
http://www.battleford.ca/
http://www.cityofnb.ca/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battleford,_Saskatchewan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Batt ... skatchewan
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/battleford.html
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... battleford
http://battlefords.com/
http://battlefords.com/tourism.php
Fort Battleford National Historic Site.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/lhn-nhs/sk/battleford/index.aspx
http://www.sasktourism.com/Fort-Battlef ... -of-Canada
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Battleford
http://www.virtualsk.com/current_issue/ ... eford.html
http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg ... px?id=7611
http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Attraction_Re ... hewan.html
The Battlefords Provincial Park.
http://www.saskparks.net/TheBattlefords
Borden, Borden Bridge and Provincial Recreation Site.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borden,_Saskatchewan
http://www.bordensask.ca/
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/BordenBridge
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borden_Bridge
http://travelingluck.com/North%20Americ ... 0Site.html
http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/MC ... 7219/22772
Fort Carlton Provincial Historic Park.
Ed note: No settlement.
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/FortCarlton
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Carlton
http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg ... px?id=4168
http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Attraction_Re ... hewan.html
Fort Pitt Provincial Park and National Historic Site.
http://www.saskparks.net/FortPitt
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Pitt_Provincial_Park
http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg ... px?id=3112
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... opid=91381
Glenhorn and Glenhorn Regional Park.
No information found for either.
Langham; Langham and District Regional Park.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Langham,_Saskatchewan
http://www.langham.ca/
http://travelingluck.com/North+America/ ... +Park.html
Petrovka and Petrovka Provincial Recreation Site.
http://www.roadsidethoughts.com/sk/petrovka-profile.htm
Ed note: The community is apparently abandoned. I found nothing regarding the Provincial Recreation Site shown at Toporama.
Prince Albert.
Ed note: Prince Albert National Park is well north of the city, outside the North Saskatchewan basin. Please consult the information posted in the Lower Churchill region.
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/prince_albert.html
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... nce-albert
http://www.sasknews.com/prince-albert/index.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Alb ... skatchewan
http://historypa.com/
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=pri ... &FORM=IGRE
http://www.princealberttourism.com/
http://www.princealbert.worldweb.com/
http://www.citypa.ca/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

North Saskatchewan River. Langham to Fort Carlton. Online, Journal, Map.
Source: Private site.
Author: pawistik.
Route description: Langham, Petrofka, Fort Carlton (not listed at Toporama).
Title at source: May 22-23, 2005 - North Saskatchewan River.
http://pawistik.blogspot.com/2009/10/tr ... -2005.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

North Saskatchewan River and Saskatchewan River. Borden Bridge to Grand Rapids MB. Online, Journal, Photos.
Author: Robert N Pruden.
Route description: North Battleford, undocumented reach, Borden bridge, Sturgeon River confluence, Prince Albert, Garden River confluence, junction with the South Saskatchewan River, Nipawin, Tobin Lake, Campbell Dam, Squaw Rapids, Cumberland Lake, Cumberland House, The Pas, Cedar Lake, Easterville, Grand Rapids.
http://www.paddlinglight.com/articles/t ... challenge/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

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Subregion 2. South Saskatchewan River

Coverage. 
South Saskatchewan River and its tributaries. 
Ed note: Only Routes on the South Saskatchewan River are posted below, since no Routes were found for tributaries. 
Ed note: Routes that continue downstream past The Forks are posted here only. For Information, Features, Places and Parks related to the Saskatchewan River prope (below The Forks), please consult entries inSubregion 3. Lower Saskatchewan River.

South Saskatchewan River. Information.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Saskatchewan_River
http://www.southsaskriverstewards.ca/
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/south_sas ... river.html
http://www.seawa.ca/index.php?option=co ... Itemid=179
http://www.thestarphoenix.com/news/Phot ... story.html
http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/magazi ... _river.asp
http://sain.scaa.sk.ca/collections/inde ... ection;rad
http://www.adventures.ca/gasnet/517-13.htm
http://www.wwf.ca/conservation/freshwat ... katchewan/
http://www.water-matters.org/watershed/ ... -sub-basin
http://www.saskriverbasin.ca/
https://www.google.ca/search?q=south+sa ... 66&bih=664
http://www.canoeski.com/urban-canoe-camping/
http://www.adventures.ca/gasnet/517-13.htm
Meewasin Valley Authority.
http://econet.ca/sk_enviro_champions/meewasin.html
Fred Heal Canoe Launch.
http://wikimapia.org/14550413/Fred-Heal-Canoe-Launch
http://www.ebsadventure.com/paddling-da ... skatchewan
http://www.tourismsaskatoon.com/listing ... fromMenu=0
Note on the reach downstream from Fred Heal Canoe Launch.
http://trailpeak.com/trail-Fred-Heal-to ... on-SK-4545
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. South Saskatchewan River at Moon Lake.
Ed note: Moon Lake is located about 20 km upstream from Saskatoon.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/030_142/
Environment Canada Water Office. Lake Diefenbaker at Gardiner Dam.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=05HF003
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Lake Diefenbaker at Gardiner Dam.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05HF003/
Environment Canada Water Office. South Saskatchewan River at Saskatoon.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=05HG001
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. South Saskatchewan River at Saskatoon.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05HG001/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Saskatchewan River. Features.
... , enter SK, Alkali Creek confluence, past Westerham, Hwy 21 bridge (Leader), Dafoe Coulee, Lemsford Ferry Regional Park, Eston Riverside Regional Park, Fairdale/Beyers Coulee, Lake Diefenbaker start, Cabri Regional Park, The Narrows, Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park, bridge, Matador Creek confluence, Beaver Flat, Bearpaw Bend, Herbert Perry Regional Park, Palliser Regional Park, Riverhurst Ferry Regional Park, Gordon McKenzie Arm (Douglas Provincial Park), Elbow Harbour Recreation Site, Thomson Arm, Coteau Bay, Danielson Provincial Park, Gardiner Dam, Cutbank, Coldwell Park Recreation Site, bridge, Outlook, Outlook and District Provincial Park, past Blackstrap Reservoir (~20 km to the east), past Pike Lake, Otopasoo Trails Provincial Recreation Site, outlet from Moon Lake, Brightwater Creek confluence, Saskatoon (bridges), Warman/Aberdeen RR bridge, Clarkboro ferry, ferry, Fish Creek, Rte 312 bridge, Batoche, St-Laurent-Grandin (ferry), St Louis and Hwy 2 bridge, Fenton and RR bridge, Hwy 3 bridge (Crossing Island), Red Deer Creek confluence, Fir Ridge, The Forks (North Saskatchewan River) and start of the Saskatchewan River.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Saskatchewan River. Places.
Ed notes: Downstream order. Please inform me of omissions.
Westerham.
http://www.stsk.ca/index.php?page=21
Leader.
http://www.leader.ca/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leader,_Saskatchewan
Lake Diefenbaker.
http://www.lakediefenbakertourism.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Diefenbaker
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Lak ... &FORM=IGRE
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/lake_diefenbaker.html
http://www.sasktourism.com/whats-happen ... iefenbaker
http://www.greatsouthwest.ca/lake-diefenbaker/
Gardiner Dam.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gardiner_Dam
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... id%3D91385
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=gar ... &FORM=IGRE
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... rdiner-dam
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coteau_C ... ic_Station
http://town.outlook.sk.ca/skytrail/skytrail-4.html
http://www.gov.sk.ca/news?newsId=b94c81 ... 9541d49a1f
http://travelingluck.com/North%20Americ ... tbank.html
Cutbank.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cutbank,_Saskatchewan
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/prehistor ... hewan.html
http://www.roadsidethoughts.com/sk/cutbank-tidbits.htmn
http://www.roadsidethoughts.com/sk/cutbank-profile.htm
Outlook.
http://town.outlook.sk.ca/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outlook,_Saskatchewan
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/outlook.html
Saskatoon.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saskatoon
http://www.saskatoon.ca/Pages/default.aspx
http://www.tourismsaskatoon.com/
http://www.saskatoon.com/
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=sas ... &FORM=IGRE
http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/saskatoon
http://wikitravel.org/en/Saskatoon
Fish Creek.
Ed note: Creek, settlement and National Historic Site.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/lhn-nhs/sk/tourond/index.aspx
http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg ... x?id=14085
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Fish_Creek
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/fish_creek_battle_of.html
http://www.pc.gc.ca/lhn-nhs/sk/plan/pd- ... reek_e.pdf
http://www.lonepinephoto.ca/image/detai ... 09804D.jpg
http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Attraction_Re ... hewan.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_Creek_(Saskatchewan)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/jordoncooper/2803690143/
http://travelingluck.com/North%20Americ ... Creek.html
http://travelingluck.com/North+America/ ... anada.html
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.anc ... Creek.html
Batoche and Batoche National Historic Site.
Ed note: Settlement (former?) and National Historic Site.
http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/lhn-nhs/sk/batoche/index.aspx
http://www.backtobatoche.org/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batoche,_Saskatchewan
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=bat ... &FORM=IGRE
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Batoche
http://www.virtualsk.com/current_issue/batoche.html
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/batoche.html
http://www.pc.gc.ca/eng/lhn-nhs/sk/bato ... isto5.aspx
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/batoche
http://www.canadashistory.ca/Magazine/O ... toche.aspx
http://www.members.shaw.ca/mno-ssm/meti ... atoche.htm
http://www.sasktourism.com/Batoche-Nati ... toric-Site
http://firstpeoplesofcanada.com/fp_meti ... toche.html
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... of-batoche
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/56045/Batoche
http://www.ghosttowns.com/canada/sa/batoche.html
http://www.museevirtuel-virtualmuseum.c ... /index.php
http://www.tripadvisor.ca/Attraction_Re ... hewan.html
http://books.google.ca/books/about/Bato ... edir_esc=y
St-Laurent-Grandin.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Lauren ... skatchewan
http://scaa.usask.ca/gallery/mainstreet ... andin.html
St Louis and its bridge.
http://villageofstlouis.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Louis,_Saskatchewan
http://www.highways.gov.sk.ca/stlouisbridge/
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/StLouisBridge
Fenton.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenton,_Saskatchewan
Fir Ridge.
Ed note: Nothing worth posting here was found online.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Saskatchewan River. Parks.
Ed notes: Downstream order. Please inform me of omissions.
Lemsford Ferry. Ferry and Regional Park.
http://www.sasktourism.com/Lemsford-Ferry-Regional-Park
http://lemsford.tripod.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lemsford_Ferry
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0158/
http://www.staycanada.ca/19967-lemsford ... tails.html
http://www.staysaskatchewan.ca/property ... -park.html
http://gorving.ca/campground/lemsford-f ... ional-park
Eston Riverside Regional Park.
http://www.saskregionalparks.ca/parksDisplay.php
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0092/
http://www.staycanada.ca/19997-eston_ri ... tails.html
Cabri Regional Park.
http://www.saskregionalparks.ca/parksDisplay.php
http://www.sasktourism.com/Cabri-Regional-Park
http://www.campgroundjudge.ca/SK-Cabri- ... i-864.html
http://www.staycanada.ca/19955-cabri_re ... tails.html
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... id%3D91248
http://www.rvreview.net/rvparks/cabri-r ... -park.html
http://www.campsource.ca/parks/default.aspx?parkid=2306
Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park.
Ed note: Apparently no settlement.
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/SaskatchewanLanding
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0262/
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... id%3D90835
http://maryann22sask.tripod.com/Landing ... nding.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saskatchew ... skatchewan
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/SLPP-Survey-2009
Herbert Perry Regional Park.
Ed note: Not listed at Regional Parks of Saskatchewan.
http://www.sasknews.com/data/herbert.htm
http://www.staysaskatchewan.ca/property ... -park.html
http://www.sasktourism.com/Herbert-Ferry-Regional-Park
http://campgroundsofcanada.com/Saskatch ... -Park.html
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0115/
http://travelingluck.com/North+America/ ... +Park.html
Palliser Regional Park.
http://palliserregionalpark.com/
http://www.campsource.ca/parks/default.aspx?parkid=2394
http://www.saskregionalparks.ca/parksDisplay.php
http://palliserregionalpark.com/default ... le=SiteMap
http://www.staycanada.ca/19969-palliser ... tails.html
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0253/
etc.
Riverhurst Ferry Regional Park.
Ed note: Not found as such; from the search results, I assume that it is near or part of Palliser Regional Park.
Douglas Provincial Park.
http://www.saskparks.net/Douglas
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/Douglas
http://www.campsource.ca/parks/default.aspx?parkid=2322
http://www.saskparks.net/Default.aspx?D ... a983117636
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... id%3D91411
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0076/
http://www.sasktrails.ca/maps/Final/08- ... ovPark.pdf
http://www.virtualsk.com/current_issue/ ... _park.html
http://www.gov.sk.ca/news?newsId=815382 ... 09fa7b0397
http://www.canadatrails.ca/tct/sk/douglas.html
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Dou ... &FORM=IGRE
Elbow Harbour Recreation Site.
Ed note: Little found regarding the recreation site.
http://travelingluck.com/North%20Americ ... 0Site.html
http://www.elbowsask.com/news/news_full?n=94
Danielson Provincial Park.
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/Danielson
http://www.saskparks.net/Danielson
http://www.saskparks.net/Default.aspx?D ... 96488a647b
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... id%3D91391
http://www.campsource.ca/parks/default.aspx?parkid=2319
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Dan ... &FORM=IGRE
etc.
Coldwell Park Recreation Site.
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... id%3D91412
http://wikimapia.org/2192305/Coldwell-P ... ation-Site
http://www.campgroundjudge.ca/SK-Coldwe ... -1060.html
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0171/
http://www.tracksandtrails.ca/2013/09/c ... katchewan/
etc.
Outlook and District Provincial Park.
http://outlookregpark.ca/
http://www.outlookregpark.ca/campground1.html
http://www.campscout.com/town/SK0063/
http://www.staysaskatchewan.ca/property ... -park.html
Otopasoo Trails Provincial Recreation Site.
Nothing worth posting here was found online.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Saskatchewan River. Leader to Saskatchewan Landing. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Private site.
Author. Prairie Yoyageur.
Route description: South Saskatchewan River features.
Title at source. South Saskatchewan River Canoe Trip.
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... anoe-trip/
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... anoe-trip/
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... anoe-trip/
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... anoe-trip/
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... anoe-trip/
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... anoe-trip/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Saskatchewan River. Gardiner Dam to The Forks. Online, Guide.
South Saskatchewan EcoCanoe Guide.
All 14 segments (11 MB) are available at
http://www.meewasin.com/common/pdfs/fac ... %20map.pdf
Ed comment: What an admirable effort!
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Saskatchewan River. Saskatoon to Nipawin. Online, Guide.
Source: Saskatchewan government Route 19.
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe19
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe19locatormap
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe19areamap
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Saskatchewan River. Saskatoon area. Online, Journal.
Source: paddling.net
Route description (day trip): Fred Heal canoe launch to Saskatoon.
Author: pawistik.
http://www.paddling.net/places/showReport.html?421
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

South Saskatchewan River. Saskatoon. Online, Notes, Photos.
Source: Mark’s Paddling Blog.
Author. Mark Lafontaine.
Route description: January day trip in Saskatoon.
http://www.wildpaddler.ca/2012/01/paddl ... nuary.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Subregion 3. Lower Saskatchewan River

Coverage.
The Saskatchewan River and its basin, downstream from The Forks, with the exception of Routes that start on the North or South Saskatchewan River. The latter are posted in Subregion 1 or Subregion 2 respectively. Explicitly, Routes in this subregion start on the Saskatchewan River and its direct tributaries (rather than on the North or South Saskatchewan River).

Saskatchewan River. Information.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saskatchewan_River
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saskatchew ... _fur_trade
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/saskatchewan_river.html
http://www.saskriverbasin.ca/page.php?page_id=70
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/top ... ewan-River
http://www.saskriversturgeon.ca/
http://www.saskriversturgeon.ca/maps/sa ... rshed.html
http://econet.ca/issues/water/basin.html
http://www.usask.ca/water/Research%20Si ... 0Delta.php
http://www.canoesaskatchewan.rkc.ca/skrvhst.htm
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Sas ... &FORM=IGRE
Saskatchewan River history.
http://canoesaskatchewan.rkc.ca/skrvhst.htm
Images.
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=sas ... &FORM=IGRE
Environment Canada Water Office. Saskatchewan River below Tobin Lake.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=05KD003
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Saskatchewan River below Tobin Lake.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05KD003/
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Tobin Lake at the spillway.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05KD004/
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Tobin Lake at the spillway; average daily elevation.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/TOBINEL/
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Tobin Lake average daily release.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/TOBIN0T/
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Cumberland Lake near Cumberland House.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05KH002/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Saskatchewan River. Features.
... , The Forks (junction of the North Saskatchewan River and the South Saskatchewan River), rapids, English Creek confluence (likely location of Fort-à-la-Corne), Hwy 6 bridge, Wapiti Valley Regional Park, Codette Lake, Nipawin power station (road access/egress), Nipawin (bridge), Nipawin and District Regional Park, Hwy 55 bridge, Tobin Lake (lake, settlement and Petaigan River confluence), dam, Squaw Rapids settlement, E B Campbell hydroelectric station, (start of Sipanok Channel, start of Old Channel), New Channel, Torch River confluence, delta (Steamboat Channel, Ratroot Channel, North Angling River, Centre Angling River, South Angling River, Mossy Channel), Cumberland Lake (and Cumberland House and Sturgeon-weir River confluence), Bigstone Cutoff, Pemmican Portage, enter Manitoba.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Saskatchewan River. Places.
Ed notes:
1. Downstream order.
2. Please consult also entries filed under Parks.
The Forks.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saskatchewan_River_Forks
http://wikimapia.org/937546/Saskatchewan-River-Forks
http://www.natureprincealbert.ca/specia ... forks.html
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/prince_al ... trail.html
http://www.saskarchsoc.ca/wp-content/up ... ipawin.pdf
http://www.saskriverbasin.ca/file/Meewa ... k082nnnh43
http://travelingluck.com/North%20Americ ... +Site.html
http://www.parklandpublishing.com/skpho ... forks.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fuk7QGdISY
Fort-à-la-Corne.
Likely located near the English Creek confluence.
Ed note: Mining in the area?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_de_la_Corne
http://faculty.marianopolis.edu/c.belan ... aCorne.htm
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/fort_a_la ... trail.html
http://www.environment.gov.sk.ca/Defaul ... bffa9cca8d
http://www.infomine.com/minesite/minesi ... rtalacorne
François-Finlay Dam.
http://www.nipawin.com/attractions-dam.html
http://travelingluck.com/North+America/ ... y+Dam.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nipawin
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... id%3D92317
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=fra ... &FORM=IGRE
Codette Lake and Codette.
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Cod ... &FORM=IGRE
http://www.nipawin.com/attractions-codettelake.html
http://www.campsource.ca/parks/default.aspx?parkid=2251
http://campgroundsofcanada.com/Saskatch ... ette-Lake/
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0053/
http://www.codette.ca/
http://www.codette.ca/Municipal.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Codette,_Saskatchewan
http://www.campsource.ca/parks/default.aspx?parkid=2416
Nipawin.
http://www.nipawin.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nipawin,_Saskatchewan
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nipawin
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/nipawin.html
Tobin Lake.
Lake and settlement.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobin_Lake
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobin_Lake,_Saskatchewan
Squaw Rapids.
Nothing worth posting here was found online.
E B Campbell hydroelectric station.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E.B._Campb ... ic_Station
http://www.scs.sk.ca/vol-old/HTT/Renewa ... mpbell.htm
Ed note: The Carrot River in some references is the settlement 50 km to the south.
Angling River.
Nothing worth posting here was found online.
Cumberland Lake and Saskatchewan River Delta.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saskatchewan_River_Delta
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=cum ... &FORM=IGRE
Cumberland House.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cumberland ... skatchewan
http://eculture.pagc.sk.ca/eculture.php ... age=&ver=f
http://www.saskbiz.ca/communityprofiles ... nityID=382
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/cumberland_house.html
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... land-house
Pemmican Portage.
http://www.anishinabe-history.com/commu ... tage.shtml
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Saskatchewan River. Parks, etc.
Ed notes:
1. Downstream order.
2. Please consult also entries filed under Places.
The Forks.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saskatchewan_River_Forks
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... opid=90082
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... id%3D90082
http://www.natureprincealbert.ca/specia ... forks.html
Fort-à-la-Corne Provincial Forest and Provincial Management area.
http://www.parc.ca/saskadapt/community- ... rtalacorne
http://www.environment.gov.sk.ca/Defaul ... bffa9cca8d
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_%C3%A ... ial_Forest
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JirAJQP4qs
http://www.geodata.us/canada_names_maps ... AWCW&f=244
Wapiti Valley Regional Park.
Ed note: Apparently mostly for skiers.
http://www.saskregionalparks.ca/parksDisplay.php
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... id%3D89878
http://www.campsource.ca/parks/default.aspx?parkid=2415
Nipawin and District Regional Park.
http://nipawin.com/tourism-regionalpark.html
http://www.nipawinpark.com/
http://www.nipawinpark.com/park_info.html
http://www.staysaskatchewan.ca/property ... -park.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nipawin_Regional_Park
http://www.weblocal.ca/nipawin-district ... in-sk.html
http://www.staycanada.ca/19860-nipawin_ ... tails.html
Gerbrandt Recreational Site.
No information was found online except that it is near the E B Campbell Station; perhaps it is no longer in operation.
Cumberland House Provincial Historic Park.
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/CumberlandHouse
http://www.saskparks.net/CumberlandHouse
http://www.bing.com/search?q=Cumberland ... 8bcc4aa69f
http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg ... px?id=3111
http://www.museevirtuel-virtualmuseum.c ... ode=guabbn
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cumberland ... ncial_Park
http://saskparks.net/Default.aspx?DN=e9 ... ddfcf1a489
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Saskatchewan River. Campbell station to Cumberland House. Guide.
Saskatchewan government Route 25.
Route description: Gerbrandt Recreational Site, New Channel, Angling River, Bigstone River, Cumberland House.
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe25
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe25locatormap
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe25areamap
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Saskatchewan River. Cumberland House to The Pas MB. Online, Guide.
Saskatchewan government Route 15.
Several starting points in and near Cumberland House are listed.
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe15
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe15locatormap
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe15areamap
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Torch River. Information and Features.
Tributary of the Saskatchewan River, entering it between Tobin Lake and the Old Channel.
River.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torch_Rive ... skatchewan
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=tor ... &FORM=IGRE
http://members.shaw.ca/nrawlyk/Pages/Sa ... River.html
Settlement.
http://www.saskbiz.ca/communityprofiles ... ityID=1008
http://travelingluck.com/North%20Americ ... River.html
Torch River Provincial Forest.
http://torchriverforest.com/
http://travelingluck.com/North+America/ ... orest.html
http://www.flickr.com/photos/80632987@N00/3490179688/
Features.
... , Gull Creek confluence, Rte 106 bridge, creek confluences (Thompson, White Gull, Stewart, Falling Horse), rapids, past settlement of Torch River, bridge, rapids, White Fox River confluence, rapids, Missipuskiow River confluence, rapids, Saskatchewan River junction.
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Torch River near Love.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05KE002/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Torch River. Online, Journal, Photos, Map.
Source: Private site.
Author: pawistik.
Route description (2006): From 10 km above Love bridge to White Fox bridge.
Title at source: Torch River.
Map.
http://mapper.acme.com:80/?ll=53.65522, ... Area%20(NE)
Report.
http://pawistik.blogspot.com/search/label/Trips
Route description (2007): From Love bridge to White Fox bridge.
Title at source: Gone Paddling.
Report.
http://pawistik.blogspot.com/search/label/Trips
Route description (2008): Route not given.
Title at source: Torch River 2008.
Report, with photos.
http://pawistik.blogspot.com:80/2008/05 ... -2008.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Torch River. Online, Notes, Map.
Author: Mark Lafontaine.
Route description: Recreational area north of Love to bridge 5 km north of White Fox, above the White Fox River confluence.
http://www.wildpaddler.ca/p/spring-creek-info.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Torch River. Online, Notes, Photos.
Source: Mark’s Paddling Blog.
Author. Mark Lafontaine.
Route description: Unspecified.
Title at source: Fun in the sun with good friends.
http://www.wildpaddler.ca/2012/05/fun-i ... iends.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

White Fox River. Information.
Ed note: Spring river [Source: Mark LaFontaine]; Torch River tributary.
White Fox.
No content at the Wikipedia entry.
http://www.whitefox.ca/index.html
http://www.whitefox.ca/location.html
http://www.bigthings.ca/sask/whitefox.html
Love.
Ed note: Off river.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love,_Saskatchewan
https://www.google.ca/search?q=love+sas ... 66&bih=641
http://www.thestarphoenix.com/news/sask ... story.html
Features.
... , bridge (road to Love), past White Fox (settlement), confluence of unnamed creek from Love. Fern Creek confluence, Torch River junction.
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. White Fox River near Garrick.
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05KE005/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

White Fox River. Online, Notes, Map.
Ed note: Eagle Creek Regional Park is useful for White Fox paddlers?
Author: Mark Lafontaine.
Route descriptions:
Reach 1 (19 km): Bridge south of Garrick to bridge south of Love.
Reach 2 (14 km): Love bridge to White Fox bridge (1 km west of White Fox).
http://www.wildpaddler.ca/p/spring-creek-info.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Subregion 4. Sturgeon-Weir River system 

Ed notes: 
1. Several Routes lie on both the Sturgeon-weir River and the Churchill River. 
2. Routes starting on the Sturgeon-weir River system are posted immediately below, in Subregion 4a, independently of where they terminate. 
3. Routes starting on the Churchill River system and passing to the Sturgeon-weir River system are posted next, in Subregion 4b. An example is the popular Route passing from the lower Churchill to the Sturgeon-weir via the Frog Portage,
4. Information and related entries for the Sturgeon-weir River are posted here. 
5. Information and related entries for the lower Churchill River are posted at 
http://myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtopic.php?f=111&t=33910 , 
especially at
http://myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtopic.php?f=111&t=37404 . 

Subregion 4a. 

Coverage. 
Routes starting on the Sturgeon-weir River system, perhaps continuing on the Churchill River system. . 

Explicit inclusions.
Sturgeon-weir River; Amisk Lake, Deschambault Lake, Maligne Lake, Mirond Lake, Wildnest Lake, Wildnest River.

Sturgeon-weir River and tributaries. Information. 
Ed note: Both Toporama and mytopo show the Sturgeon-weir River starting at the downstream end of Corneille Lake. Neither shows a named river on the voyageur route from the Frog Portage to this point. I use "Sturgeon-weir River" for the entire reach from Lindstrom Lake to Cumberland Lake. 
Karpan, Robin and Arlene. Northern Saskatchewan Canoe Country. Parkland Publishing, Saskatoon (2008). 
http://www.parklandpublishing.com/canoe ... /index.htm 
http://parklandpublishing.com/skphotos/ ... index.html 
Wikipedia stub. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturgeon-Weir_River 
Morse, Eric W. Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada / Then and Now. University of Toronto Press, Toronto (1979; reprinted in 1984). 
Olson, Sigurd F. The Lonely Land. University of Minnesota Press; reprint edition (1997). Route description (condensed): Île-à-la-Crosse, Churchill River, Frog Portage, Sturgeon-weir River, Cumberland House, The Pas. 
Olson, Sigurd F. The Lonely Land. University of Minnesota Press; reprint edition (1997). Route description (condensed): Île-à-la-Crosse, Churchill River, Frog Portage, Sturgeon-weir River, Cumberland House, The Pas. 
Photos. 
Authors: Robin and Arlene Karpan.
http://parklandpublishing.com/skphotos/ ... index.html 
History of Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation. 
http://www.peterballantyne.ca/history.html 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Sturgeon-weir River at Leaf Rapids. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05KG007/
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Features. 
Sources: Toporama, Gregg and Coolican. 
Frog Portage, Lindstrom Lake, Pixley Lake, Wood Lake, Grassy Narrows, three portages (called Three Rapids Portage by Coolican), Muskike Lake, Medicine Rapids, Chachukew Lake, Pelican Lake (fed by Deschambaut Lake) , Pelican Narrows settlement, Opawikusehikan Narrows, Mirond Lake, Corneille Rapids and Portage, Corneille Lake, Dog Rapids and Portage, official start of the Sturgeon-weir River, Birch Rapids and Portage, Maligne Lake, Snake River (local name), Leaf Rapids and Portage, Scoop Rapids Portage, Snake Rapids and Portage, Spruce Rapids and Portage, Amisk Lake, Crooked Rapids, Goose River confluence, Sturgeon Landing (settlement), Namew Lake, Whitey Narrows, Cross Lake, Cumberland Lake, Cumberland House. 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Places. 
Frog Portage. 
http://www.kayas.ca/tradetravel/travelr ... rtage.html 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frog_Portage 
http://www.virtualsk.com/current_issue/canoe.html 
https://www.google.com/search?q=frog+po ... =675&dpr=1 
http://books.google.ca/books?id=huNEqH9 ... ge&f=false 
Pelican Lake and Pelican Narrows. 
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/pelican_l ... ation.html 
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Pel ... &FORM=IGRE 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pelican_Na ... skatchewan 
Maligne Lake and Maligne River. 
“Saskatchewan Maligne”, for both Google and Bing, found only information already posted at CCR. Other search results were for the lake and river in Alberta. 
Leaf Rapids. 
http://www.parklandpublishing.com/skpho ... apids.html 
Campground at Hwy 106 (Hanson Lake Road). 
http://www.tourismsaskatchewan.com/trav ... opid=91494 
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0343/ 
Amisk Lake, Denare Beach and Missi Island. 
Amisk Lake. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amisk_Lake 
http://www.townofcreighton.ca/amisk-lake.html 
http://www.parklandpublishing.com/bucke ... _amisk.pdf 
Ed note: The Amisk Lake in Alberta likely clutters up the following images. 
https://www.google.ca/search?q=amisk+la ... 66&bih=641 
Ed note: The following link was unencumbered by content at the time of posting. 
http://www.environment.gov.sk.ca/Defaul ... 46a1125841 
Denare Beach.
http://www.denarebeach.net/ 
http://www.denarebeach.net/history.html 
http://www.cityofflinflon.ca/denare-beach.html 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denare_Beach,_Saskatchewan 
http://www.kayas.ca/communities/denarebeach/denare.html 
http://www.flinflon.net/flinflon/tourism/ffarea.htm 
http://saskatchewan.worldweb.com/Northe ... mpgrounds/ 
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=den ... &FORM=IGRE 
Missi Island.
The material is buried under “miss” stuff. 
Sturgeon Landing . 
Apparently not a settlement, just outfitters and a store. 
Cumberland Lake and Cumberland House. 
Redirect: Information is posted in the Lower Saskatchewan River subregion. 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Amisk Lake and Missi Island. Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 41. 
Route description: Denare Beach, East Channel, North Channel, West Channel, Missi Bay, Denare Beach. 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe41 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe41locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe41areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Amisk Lake and Missi Island. Guide. 
Canoeing the Precambrian Edge; Wilderness, Adventure and Legend. Greenstone Community Futures Development Corporation, Flin Flon (1998). 
Compiler/s, Author/s: Peter Gregg and Saskatchewan Environment Resource Management.
Title at source: 7. Amisk Lake Circle Canoe Route.
Route description: Denare Beach, East Channel, North Channel, West Channel, Missi Bay, Denare Beach.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Amisk Lake and Missi Island. Online, Journal, Photos. 
Source: Private site. 
Author. Prairie Yoyageur.
Title at source. Missi Island Canoe Trip.
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... y-22-1995/ 
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... y-23-1995/ 
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... y-24-1995/ 
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... y-25-1995/ 
http://prairievoyageur.wordpress.com/20 ... y-26-2009/ 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Deschambault Lake and Ballantyne River. Information. 
Ed note: A convenient means to access Pelican Lake of the Sturgeon-weir River, from Hwy 106. 
Waters: The Deschambault River, the Ballantyne River and the Puskwakau River flow into Ballantyne Bay, located at the southwest end of the lake. The lake flows from the east end into the South Arm of Pelican Lake. 
Puskwakau River Provincial Recreation Site. 
Shown at Toporama but nothing was found online. 
Deschambault Lake (South East Arm) Provincial Recreation Site. 
Shown at Toporama but nothing was found online.
Deschambault Lake (settlement). 
The settlement is reached by Rte 911, from Hwy 106. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deschambau ... skatchewan 
Deschambault Lake (lake). 
The following link is content-free at the time of posting. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deschambault_Lake 
Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation. 
http://www.peterballantyne.ca/ 
http://www.peterballantyne.ca/communiti ... bault.html 
http://www.peterballantyne.ca/health/Deschambault.html 
http://www.kayas.ca/communities/descham ... bault.html 
etc. 
Ballantyne River. 
My search found only the following. 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Ballantyne River above Ballantyne Bay. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05KF001/ 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Deschambault Lake to Maligne Lake; via Pelican Lake and Sturgeon-weir River. Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 13. 
Route description: Ballantyne Bay of Deschambault Lake, Deschambault Lake settlement, unnamed? river, South Arm of Pelican Lake, Pelican Lake, Sandy Narrows settlement, Pelican Narrows settlement, Opawikusehikan Narrows and Rte 135 bridge, Mirond Lake, Corneille Rapids and Portage, Corneille Lake, official start of the Sturgeon-weir River, Dog Rapids and Portage, Birch Rapids and Portage, Gooding Lake, Leaf Rapids, Maligne Lake and Hwy 106.
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe13 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe13locatormap
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe13areamap 
Ed note: Consult also the entry Sturgeon-weir River and Wildnest River loop; via Mirond Lake, Attitti Lake and Granite Lake. 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Deschambault Lake to Maligne Lake; via Pelican Lake and Sturgeon-weir River. Guide. 
Canoeing the Precambrian Edge; Wilderness, Adventure and Legend. Greenstone Community Futures Development Corporation, Flin Flon (1998). 
Compiler/s, Author/s: Peter Gregg and Saskatchewan Environment Resource Management.
Title at source: 10. Deschambault Lake – Pelican Narrows – Mirond Lake – Sturgeon-weir River – Maligne Lake.
Route description: Hwy 106, South Arm of Deschambault Lake, Southeast Arm, unnamed? river, South Arm of Pelican Lake, Pelican Lake, Sandy Narrows settlement, Pelican Narrows settlement, Opawikusehikan Narrows and Rte 135 bridge, Mirond Lake, Corneille Rapids and Portage, Corneille Lake, official start of the Sturgeon-weir River, Dog Rapids and Portage, Birch Rapids and Portage, Gooding Lake, Leaf Rapids, Maligne Lake and Hwy 106.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Deschambault Lake to Sandy Bay; via Pelican Narrows and Nemei River. Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 48. 
Ed note: Toporama shows a Provincial Recreation Site at the bottom of the southeast arm of Deschambault Lake, southeast of Deschambault Lake settlement; it is reached by a road about 1 km long from Hwy 106. But neither Tourism Saskatchewan nor the Deschambault Lake community site lists the campground. 
Route description: Deschambault Lake (Southeast Arm), Pelican Lake (South Arm), Sandy Narrows, Pelican Narrows settlement, Opawikusehikan Narrows, Mirond Lake, Wunehikun Bay, Meggisi RapidsLake, Attitti Lake, Kakinagimak Lake, Nemei Lake, Nemei River, Tocher Lake, Hwy 135 (twice), Wasawakasik Lake, Sandy Bay. 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe47 (mislabelled at source) 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe48locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe48areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Deschambault Lake to Sandy Bay; via Pelican Narrows and Mukoman River. Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 49. 
Ed note: Toporama shows a Provincial Recreation Site at the bottom of the southeast arm of Deschambault Lake, southeast of Deschambault Lake settlement; it is reached by a road about 1 km long from Hwy 106. But neither Tourism Saskatchewan nor the Deschambault Lake community site lists the campground. 
Route description: Deschambault Lake (Southeast Arm), Pelican Lake (South Arm), Sandy Narrows, Pelican Narrows settlement, Opawikusehikan Narrows, Mirond Lake, Wunehikun Bay, Meggisi Rapids, Waskwei Lake, Attitti Lake, Belcher Lake, Mukoman Lake, Mukoman River, Ohoo Lake, Hwy 135, Sokatisewin Lake (southwest arm), Churchill River, Sandy Bay. 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe49 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe49locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe49areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Pelican Narrows to Maligne Lake; via Mirond Lake, Waskwei Lake, Wildnest Lake and Sturgeon-weir River.Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 22. 
Route description: Pelican Narrows settlement (Rte 135), Opawikusehikan Narrows, Mirond Lake, Wunehikun Bay, Meggisi Rapids, Waskwei Lake, Attitti Lake, Kakinagimak Lake, Dougherty Lake, Wildnest Lake (Manson Bay), Trent Lake, Wildnest River, Granite Lake, Sturgeon-weir River, Maligne Lake (Hwy 106). 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe22 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe22locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe22areamap 
Ed note: Consult also the entry Sturgeon-weir River and Wildnest River loop; via Mirond Lake, Attitti Lake and Granite Lake. 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Pelican Narrows to Maligne Lake; via Mirond Lake, Waskwei Lake, Wildnest Lake and Sturgeon-weir River.Guide. 
Canoeing the Precambrian Edge; Wilderness, Adventure and Legend. Greenstone Community Futures Development Corporation, Flin Flon (1998). 
Compiler/s, Author/s: Saskatchewan Historic Trails Canoe Club and Peter Gregg.
Title at source: 11. Pelican Narrows – Mirond Lake – Waskwei Lake – Attitti Lake – Kakinagimak Lake – Wildnest Lake – Granite Lake – Sturgeon-weir River – Mile 190, Highway 106.
Route description: Pelican Narrows settlement (Rte 135), Opawikusehikan Narrows, Mirond Lake, Wunehikun Bay, Meggisi Rapids, Waskwei Lake, Attitti Lake, Kakinagimak Lake, Dougherty Lake, Wildnest Lake (Manson Bay), Trent Lake, Wildnest River, Granite Lake, Sturgeon-weir River, Maligne Lake (Hwy 106).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Pelican Narrows to Sandy Bay; via Sturgeon-weir River, Frog Portage and Churchill River. Online, Guide.
Saskatchewan government Route 28. 
Route description: Pelican Narrows settlement (Rte 135), Sturgeon-weir River features, Frog Portage, Churchill River features, Sandy Bay. 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe28
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe28locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe28areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Amisk Lake to Cumberland House. Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 44.
Route description: Amisk Lake (from Denare Beach or South Weir Campground, both off Hwy 167), Sturgeon-weir River features, Cumberland House. 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe44 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe44locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe44areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Frog Portage to Cumberland House. Guide. 
Marchildon, Greg and Sid Robinson. Canoeing the Churchill: A Practical Guide to the Historic Voyageur Highway. Edited by Ralph Nilson. Canadian Plains Research Centre, Regina (2002). 
Coverage: Methy Portage, Churchill River features, Frog Portage, Sturgeon-weir River features, Cumberland House. 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Frog Portage to Pelican Narrows. Online, Guide. 
Portion of Saskatchewan government Routes 7, 8 and 9; also Route 28 in reverse.
Route description: Frog Portage (from Trade Lake on Churchill River), Sturgeon River features, Pelican Narrows settlement (Rte 135). 
NB: SK Route 28 is traversed from Pelican Narrows settlement to Frog Portage and beyond. 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe7 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe7locatormap
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe7areamap
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Maligne Lake to Amisk Lake. Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 14.
Route description: Maligne Lake (Hwy 106), Sturgeon-weir River features, Amisk Lake and Denare Beach (Hwy 167). 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe14 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe14locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe14areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Maligne Lake to Amisk Lake. Online, Journal, Photo. 
Source: Bryan Sarauer library. 
Author: pawistik
Route description: Maligne Lake, Sturgeon-weir River features, Amisk Lake and Denare Beach. 
Title at source: Sturgeon Weir River - Amisk Lake - July 2nd - August 6th, 2005
http://pawistik.blogspot.com/2009/10/tr ... -2005.html 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Maligne Lake to Amisk Cumberland House. Guide. 
Source: Canoeing the Precambrian Edge; Wilderness, Adventure and Legend. Greenstone Community Futures Development Corporation, Flin Flon (1998). 
Compiler/s, Author/s: Peter Gregg and Saskatchewan Environment Resource Management.
Title at source: 8. Maligne Lake – Sturgeon-weir River – Amisk Lake – Denare Beach.
Route description: Maligne Lake (Hwy 106), Sturgeon-weir River features, Amisk Lake and Denare Beach. 
Sturgeon-weir River. Amisk Lake to Cumberland House. Guide. 
Title at source: 9. Amisk Lake – Sturgeon-weir River – Namew Lake – Cumberland House.
Route description: Amisk Lake (access from Denare Beach on Hwy 167), Sturgeon-weir River features, Cumberland House. 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River and Wildnest River loop; via Mirond Lake, Attitti Lake and Granite Lake. Online, Journal. 
Ed note: Parts of Saskatchewan Routes 13 and 22. 
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Saskatchewan Forum. 
Author: Ralph. 
Route description: Highway 106, Sturgeon-weir River (above Maligne Lake), Birch Portage, Dog Portage, Corneille Lake, Corneille Portage, Mirond Lake, Wunehikun Bay, Meggisi Rapids, Waskwei Lake, Attitti Lake, Kakinagimak Lake, Dougherty Lake, Wildnest Lake, Wildnest River, Trent Lake, Granite Lake, Birch Portage, Sturgeon-weir River, Highway 106. 
Title at source: Sturgeon-weir, Mirond, Wildnest loop. 
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 12&t=35350 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Maligne Lake to Sturgeon Landing. Online, Journal, Photos. 
Source: Neis Family library. 
Author: Margot Neis
Route description: Maligne Lake (Hwy 106), Sturgeon-weir River features, Sturgeon Landing. 
Story. 
http://www.vvneisfamily.com/canoeing/st ... story.html 
Photos. 
http://www.vvneisfamily.com/canoeing/st ... sturg.html 
Area map. 
http://www.vvneisfamily.com/canoeing/threeframe.html 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Maligne Lake to Sturgeon Landing. Guide. 
Archer, Laurel. Northern Saskatchewan Canoe Trips: A Guide to Fifteen Wilderness Rivers. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2003). 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Pelican Narrows to Maligne Lake. Online, Guide. 
Portion of Saskatchewan government Routes 9 and 13.
Route description: Pelican Narrows settlement (Rte 135), Sturgeon-weir River features, Maligne Lake (Hwy 106). 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe9 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe9locatormap
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe9areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River and Churchill River. Wappawekka Lake to Missinipe. Online, Notes, Photos. 
Source: Private site. 
Author. Bill Buxton.
Route description: Wapawekka Lake, Deschambault River , Ballantyne Bay on Deschambault Lake, Pelican Lake, Sandy Narrows, Pelican Narrows, Wood Lake, Frog Portage, Churchill River, Stanley Mission, Missinipe.
Title at source. Birch Bark Canoe Project.
http://www.billbuxton.com/canoe.html 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Sturgeon-weir River. Wood Lake to Cumberland House. Online, Notes, Photos. 
Source: Mark’s Paddling Blog. 
Author. Mark Lafontaine.
Route description: Sturgeon-weir River features. 
http://www.wildpaddler.ca/2011/04/solo- ... ke-to.html 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Subregion 4b. 
[color=#0000]Routes starting on the lower Churchill River system and continuing on the Sturgeon-weir River system. 

[b]Lac La Ronge to Deschambault Lake; via Wapawekka Lake and Deschambault River. Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 43. 
Route description: La Ronge, Potato Point, Fox Point, Nipekamew Bay, Wapawekka Lake, Wapawekka Narrows, Deschambault River, Oskikebuk Lake, Merritt Lake, Deschambault Lake (West Arm), Ballantyne Bay and Hwy 106. 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe43 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe43locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe43areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Lac La Ronge to Descambault Lake; via Rapid River, Churchill River, Frog Portage and Pelican Narrows.Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 7. 
Route description: La Ronge, Lac La Ronge, Diefenbaker Bay, Rapid River, Hale Lake, Stewart Bay, Iskwatikan Lake, Nistowiak Falls Portage, Nistowiak Lake, Churchill River features, Frog Portage, Sturgeon-weir River features, Pelican Lake, side trip to Pelican Narrows settlement, Sandy Narrows, South Arm (Pelican Lake), Deschambault Lake (with at least three points to access Hwy 106). 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe7 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe7locatormap 
Not available http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe7areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Lac La Ronge to Jan Lake; via Rapid River, Churchill River, Frog Portage and Pelican Narrows. Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 8. 
Route description: La Ronge, Lac La Ronge, Diefenbaker Bay, Rapid River, Hale Lake, Stewart Bay, Iskwatikan Lake, Nistowiak Falls Portage, Nistowiak Lake, Churchill River features, Frog Portage, Sturgeon-weir River features, Pelican Lake, side trip to Pelican Narrows settlement, Sandy Narrows settlement, Jan Lake, Doupe Bay and access road to Hwy 135. 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe8 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe8locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe8areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Lac La Ronge to Maligne Lake; via Rapid River, Churchill River, Frog Portage and Pelican Narrows. Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 9. 
Route description: La Ronge, Lac La Ronge, Diefenbaker Bay, Rapid River, Hale Lake, Stewart Bay, Iskwatikan Lake, Nistowiak Falls Portage, Nistowiak Lake, Churchill River features, Frog Portage, Sturgeon-weir River features, Maligne Lake and Hwy 106. 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe9 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe9locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe9areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Otter Lake to Cumberland House; via Churchill River, Frog Portage and Sturgeon-weir River. Guide. 
Marchildon, Greg and Sid Robinson. Canoeing the Churchill: A Practical Guide to the Historic Voyageur Highway. Edited by Ralph Nilson. Canadian Plains Research Centre, Regina (2002). 
Ed note: Contains just about anything you might want to know about the Churchill – Sturgeon-weir route plus an extensive bibliography. 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Otter Lake to Pelican Narrows; via Churchill River, Frog Portage and Sturgeon-weir River. Online, Guide. 
Saskatchewan government Route 5. 
Route description: Churchill River features, Frog Portage, Sturgeon-weir River features, Pelican Narrows settlement (Rte 135). 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe5 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe5locatormap 
http://www.tpcs.gov.sk.ca/canoe5areamap 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Otter Lake to Pelican Narrows; via Churchill River, Frog Portage and Sturgeon-weir River. Online, Notes, Map. 
Source: Every Trail. 
Author: montanatrail. 
Distance: 87 miles. 
Title at source: Saskatchewan/Trip 5. 
http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=106888 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

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Subregion 5. Basins south of the Saskatchewan River basin

The SK Water Security Agency lists seven such basins, as follows: 
Assiniboine River, Cypress Hills (North Slope), Lake Winnipegosis, Missouri River, Old Wives Lake, Qu’Appelle River, Souris River. I have created seven corresponding sections to file the (few) Route entries that are available for these basins. 
There is at least one more basin, namely that of Little Manitou Lake, presumably omitted from the WSA list because it has no water-level gauge; I have created an eighth section to house the Route entry for it. 

Section 1. Assiniboine River. 

Should Route entries become available, I’ll post more information. 
Basin information. 
Just a few of many entries. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assiniboine_River 
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/assiniboine_river.html 
http://thecanadianencyclopedia.com/arti ... oine-river 
http://www.gov.sk.ca/news?newsId=820d4c ... 04530f0b1b 
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/nakota_assiniboine.html 
http://www.gov.sk.ca/news?newsId=2574de ... 2e2b9d4d6e 
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=ass ... &FORM=IGRE 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Assiniboine River. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... Watershed/ 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Section 2. Cypress Hills (North Slope). 

Should Route entries become available, I’ll post more information. 
Basin information. 
Just a few of many entries. 
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/cypress_hills.html 
http://uregina.ca/~sauchyn/geog497&897/hills.html 
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... ress-hills 
http://www.albertaparks.ca/cypress-hill ... story.aspx 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cypress_Hills_(Canada
http://www.parc.ca/saskadapt/community- ... presshills 
http://esask.uregina.ca/tmc_cms/modules ... 6FF5D64781 
http://www.saskparks.net/cypresshills 
http://www.cbc.ca/sevenwonders/wonder_c ... hills.html 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Cypress Hills (North Slope). 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... Watershed/ 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

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Section 3. Lake Winnipegosis. 

Ed notes:
1. I found documentation for only the Red Deer River. 
2. Information for Lake Winnipegosis is posted under Manitoba Routes, Southwest region. 

Red Deer River. Information. 
Not the other Red Deer River in SK, the one that lies mostly in Alberta. Too much of the online information deals with this other Red River to sort through the entries and find the relevant ones. 
This one, a spring river [Source: Mark Lafontaine], flows into Dawson Bay of Lake Winnipegosis. 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Red Deer River near Archerwill. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05LA005/ 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Red Deer River near Steen. 
Ed note: Steen lies a few km north of the river, north of Greenwater Lake and well upstream from Hudson Bay. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05LB005/ 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Red Deer River near Erwood. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... -/05LC001/ 
Environment Canada Water Office. Red Deer River near Erwood. 
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=05LC001 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Lake Winnipegosis. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... atershed-/ 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Red Deer River. Features. 
... , CN line, ... , Etomani River confluence, Hudson Bay Regional Park, rapids, Willow Creek confluence, Erwood and Hwy 3 bridge, bridge, Smoking Tent Creek confluence, past Smoky Ridge, Lost River confluence, Red Deer Lake, Dawson Bay of Lake Winnipegosis. 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Red Deer River. Parks and Places. 
Hudson Bay. 
http://townofhudsonbay.com/ 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hudson_Bay,_Saskatchewan 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hudson_Bay ... skatchewan 
http://thecanadianencyclopedia.com/arti ... n-bay-sask 
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/hudson_bay.html 
http://scaa.usask.ca/gallery/mainstreet/hudsonbay.html 
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=hud ... &FORM=IGRE 
Hudson Bay Regional Park.
http://www.townofhudsonbay.com/default.aspx?page=85 
http://www.townofhudsonbay.com/default.aspx?page=71 
http://ensign.ftlcomm.com/ensign2/lands ... hudsonBay/ 
http://www.nipawinjournal.com/2011/04/1 ... f-the-year 
http://www.staycanada.ca/19846-hudson_b ... tails.html 
http://www.staysaskatchewan.ca/property ... -park.html 
Erwood. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erwood,_Saskatchewan 
http://travelingluck.com/North%20Americ ... rwood.html 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Red Deer River. Online, Notes, Map. 
Author: Mark Lafontaine.
Route description: Hudson Bay Regional Park (below Etomani River confluence) to Hwy 3 bridge (near Erwood). 
http://www.wildpaddler.ca/p/spring-creek-info.html 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Red Deer River. Hudson Bay to Erwood. Online, Journal. 
Source: Personal library. 
Author: pawistik
Route description: Hudson Bay Regional Park, Red Deer River, past airfield, Erwood. 
Title at source: Red Deer River - May 3rd, 2003
Report. 
http://pawistik.blogspot.com/2009/10/tr ... -2003.html 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Section 4. Little Manitou Lake. 

Little Manitou Lake. Information. 
Ed notes: 
1. A long (~20 km), narrow lake located near Watrous, ~60 km to the northwest of Last Mountain Lake. Not the other Little Manitou Lake listed at Toporama, which lies near the AB boundary (north of Senlac).
2. A natural, terminal (closed hydrologic), salt-water lake about 100 kilometres southeast of Saskatoon [Source: Wikipedia]. 
3. Not listed as a separate basin at SK WSA, presumably because it lacks a water-level gauge. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Man ... tchewan%29 
http://watrousmanitou.com/ 
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/little_manitou_lake.html 
http://manitouregional.com/ 
http://townofwatrous.com/historymanitoubeach.htm 
http://www.canadacool.com/COOLFACTS/SAS ... tLake.html 
http://acrossandabroad.com/2010/03/29/h ... -ails-you/ 
Images. 
https://www.google.com/search?q=Little+ ... =675&dpr=1 
Manitou Beach (settlement). 
http://www.manitoubeach.ca/ 
http://watrousmanitou.com/ 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manitou_Be ... skatchewan 
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/manitou_beach.html 
http://www.watrousheritage.ca/ManitouBeach.php 
etc. 
Manitou and District Regional Park. 
http://manitouregional.com/ 
http://www.campscout.com/campground/SK0175/ 
Watrous. 
http://townofwatrous.com/ 
http://www.watrousheritage.ca/ 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Watrous,_Saskatchewan 
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/watrous.html 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Little Manitou Lake. Online, Journal. 
Source: paddling.net 
Author: Jo Kayak.
Route description: Day trip on the lake. 
http://www.paddling.net/places/showReport.html?2266 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Section 5. Missouri River. 

From the map at 
http://www.saskwatersheds.ca/pdf/saskat ... ds_map.pdf , 
the Saskatchewan part of the Missouri River basin includes the basins of the Milk River, the Poplar River and Big Muddy Creek. 

Should Route entries become available, I’ll add to the following. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Missouri_river 
Images,
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=mis ... &FORM=IGRE 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Missouri River. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... Watershed/ 
Ed note: The above link provides data for the following: Cookson Reservoir, East Poplar River, Middle Creek, Nashlyn Canal, Shepherd Ditch, Battle Creek, Mckinnon Ditch, Richardson Ditch, Spangler Ditch, Lyons Creek, Cypress Lake, Lodge Creek, Vidora Ditch, Atawan Reservoir, Greasewood Reservoir, Mitchell Reservoir, Gaff Ditch, Squaw Coulee, Frenchman River, Denniel Creek, Eastend Canal, Eastend Reservoir, Newton Lake, Huff Creek and Belanger Creek diversion to Cypress Lake. 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

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Section 6. Old Wives Lake. 

Should Route entries become available, I’ll post more information. 

Old Wives Lake and Nature Area. Information. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Wives_Lake 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Wives,_Saskatchewan 
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/old_wives_lake.html 
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=old ... &FORM=IGRE 
http://www.sasktourism.com/whats-happen ... ature-area 
http://www.sasktourism.com/whats-happen ... ke-history 
http://www.oldwiveswatershed.com/about-us 
http://www.gov.sk.ca/news?newsId=8e13a6 ... 7447585dd5 
etc.
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Old Wives Lake. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... Watershed/ 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Section 7. Qu’Appelle River. 

Qu’Appelle River. Information. 
Ed notes: 
1. The source is now Lake Diefenbaker (impounded part of the South Saskatchewan River), which provides much of the present flow; the former upper part of the river was destroyed by the building of the Gardiner Dam. 
2. More information will be posted when more Route information becomes available. 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Qu’Appelle River. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... Watershed/ 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Qu’Appelle River. Features. 
Ed note: Severely truncated. 
Lake Diefenbaker, Buffalo Pond and Buffalo Pond Park, Moose Jaw River confluence, Lumsden, Last Mountain Creek confluence, Fort Qu’Appelle, Pheasant Creek confluence, Ellisboro, Hyde, Crooked Lake, Round Lake, Tantallon, enter MB, St-Lazare and Assiniboine River junction. 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Qu’Appelle River. Parks and Places. 
To be written when more information becomes available.

[color-#0000FF]Wascana Creek, Centre, Marsh and Lake.]/b][/color] Information. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wascana_Creek 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wascana_Centre 
http://www.wascana.sk.ca/ 
http://wascana.sk.ca/index.php?id=190 
http://www.wascanamarsh.ca/marsh.htm 
http://www.regina.ca/residents/regina-m ... e-project/ 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

[b]Wascana Lake. Online, Note. 
Location: Regina. 
Ed note: The mention of paddling in the following link is gratuitous; the link is included solely to alert the community of the paddling opportunity. 
http://trailpeak.com/trail-Wascana-Lake ... na-SK-2697 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Section. 8. Souris River. 

Ed note: The Souris River originates in Saskatchewan, flows south into the US, then returns to Saskatchewan; the corresponding parts are called the upper and lower Souris Rivers respectively. 

Specific inclusion. 
Moose Mountain Provincial Park. 

Souris River. Information and Features. 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Souris_River 
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... uris-river 
http://esask.uregina.ca/entry/souris_river.html 
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Souris_River 
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/top ... uris-River 
http://lowersourisriverwatershed.com/ 
http://www.lowersourisriverwatershed.com/about_us.html 
http://gent-family.com/Estevan/estevans ... ures1.html 
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=sou ... &FORM=IGRE 
http://ijc.org/boards/isrb/ 
Features (condensed). 
,,, Weyburn, Rough Bark Creek confluence, past Goodwater, Dead Lake, Estevan, Short Creek confluence, Roche Persée, Moose Mountain Creek confluence, Oxbow, past Glen Ewen, enter North Dakota, reenter Canada in Manitoba. 
SK WSA. Stream Flows and Lake Levels. Souris River. 
https://www.wsask.ca/Lakes-and-Rivers/S ... atershed-/ 
Gauges listed at USGS. 
http://nd.water.usgs.gov/canoeing/souris/index.html 
http://nd.water.usgs.gov/floodinfo/souris.html 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Moose Mountain Provincial Park. Information. 
Location: Southeast corner of Saskatchewan, north of Carlyle; lies in the basin of the upper Souris River . 
http://www.saskparks.net/MooseMountain 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moose_Moun ... ncial_Park 
http://www.sasktourism.com/travel-infor ... opid=90482 
http://www.virtualsk.com/current_issue/ ... _park.html 
https://www.google.com/search?q=Moose+M ... =655&dpr=1 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs. 

Moose Mountain Provincial Park. Online, Guide. 
Sources: Originally at the SK government site but no longer listed there; fortunately, preserved by Rebecca Kennel at Canoe Saskatchewan. 
SK government warning. 
Due to current and persistent low water levels, the maintenance of the route has been discontinued. The lakes are still canoeable but the portages may make the route impassable. 
Route description: Parking lot, Ray Lake, Scott Lake, sloughs and small lakes, ... , Gillis Lake, Jabe Lake, Polaris Lake, McMillan Lake, McLellan Lake, unnamed lake, parking lot. 
http://canoesaskatchewan.rkc.ca/route56.htm 
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.