An explanation of Saskatchewan's Land Survey System to help with understanding how land in Saskatchewan is measured, and how to read RM maps.
The library is able to scan portions of any RM map, but due to licensing restrictions cannot copy entire maps. For assistance with scanning, contact the Library Services desk on the ground floor or the Research Help desk on the first floor of the Murray Library.
More than one-third of Saskatchewan's RMs have maps available online. Check this list to see if the RM you're interested in has an online map
Electronic copies of RM maps are also available for a fee to users of the iHunter app.
Although the collection includes a few items dating from the late 1960s and early 1970s, the majority of our RM maps span the period from the 1980s to the 2010s. Anyone interested in historic RM maps should contact the provincial archives in Regina.