Saskatchewan is a prairie province with open spaces and a widely distributed population that requires a lot of roads. The Dominion Land Survey system, which covers most of western Canada and was initiated in 1869, includes road allowances one mile apart for those running north-south and two miles apart for those running east-west. The province has made good use of these. Its municipal and highway networks now total 190,000 kilometres of roadway. That’s the most of any Canadian province, and may be the most roadway per capita of any jurisdiction anywhere in the world.
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