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SaskGrid Township Fabric Map (2015) – this dataset accurately integrates key datasets (surveyed base data from the southern Township Fabric Map and theoretical northern data) into a standardized provincial grid for land parcel identification and location. Go to the Pre-Packaged Data Gallery to download the complete dataset or individual layers now!
Administrative Boundary Overlays – the 2015 ‘SaskAdmin’ version is now available depicting urban and rural municipalities, provincial and national parks, the provincial boundary and more! Go to the Pre-Packaged Data Gallery to download the complete dataset or individual layers now!
NOTE: an up-to-date, complete list of all data, maps and applications accessible in GeoSask is contained in the Gallery Matrix. Go to the Information Centre to view the Gallery Matrix now.
NOTE: Elections Saskatchewan recently became aware of numbering errors within the Polling Division shape file posted as of Jan. 22/ 2015. The file has been revised to reflect the appropriate changes as of Feb. 11/ 2015.
Welcome to GeoSask
GeoSask is a centralized public website that provides one clear online access point to different types of maps and geographic information related to Saskatchewan land from across various government sources. And, for all but the most complex downloads, GeoSask is free to search and download.
The easiest way to get started using GeoSask is to check out the GeoSask Made Easy featured link. Here you will find the following helpful information:
- Before You Begin – what you should know before you start
- Creating an Account – to allow you to save maps and download data
- Gallery Matrix – complete list of all content currently available
- E-Learning Tutorials – interactive tutorials on using the Map Viewer and downloading data
- Tell Us What You Think – help improve GeoSask by completing this short online survey
SGIC Ortho Photo Imagery – Currently Available Map
Beginning in 2008, the Saskatchewan Geospatial Imagery Collaborative has begun acquiring new imagery for Saskatchewan. Check out this map to see if ortho imagery is currently available for your township! For more information, check out the Map Gallery.
Product Page: SGIC Ortho Imagery
View Map Now: Current Imagery Available