Due to high water the



Wingard ferry is closed as of



Thursday May 28 3:45 pm






Beardy's and Okemasis' Cree Nation Boarder Monitoring and Curfew Restrictions

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Due to the situation with Covid-19 and after careful consideration the RM of

Duck Lake has decided to limit in person interaction with rate payers to

phone calls and email only. This takes effect immediately. The office will be

closed to the public.  This is to ensure the health and safety of our workers

and the entire community. 


Although the RM Administrative Office will be closed to the public,

operations will continue through email and phone during normal

office hours.  Payments can be made through eTransfer or mail.  Call the

office if you have any concerns. The RM is closely monitoring

developments and will adjust working hours and conditions accordingly.





We have sent out forms for 2019/2020 snow removal. If you require snow removal please read over and fill out the required form and send it back to the office.

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The RM is requesting all residence to fill out the form below if you have not already done so and return it to the office as soon as possible. This system allows the RM to notify all residence of emergency situation, or important information. If you have any questions please contact the office. The forms can be sent back by email rm463@sasktel.net or fax (306) 467-4423 or by mail

RM of Duck Lake

Box 250

Duck Lake, Sask.

S0K 1J0

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 Office Hours:

Monday through Friday


CLOSED 12:00PM-12:30PM

*Closed all stat holidays*



The R.M. of Duck Lake is located in the heart of one of the most important historical areas in Saskatchewan. Fort Carlton and Batoche are just a short drive away, and the monument commemorating the first shots fired in the Riel Rebellion is just minutes West of the town. The Town of Duck Lake is also home to the Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre, one of the finest museums in the province.

The RM of Duck Lake is not only rich in history, but boasts of some of the most scenic forest areas in the province with the Nisbet Provincial Forest in the centre of the RM. Abundant wildlife offers extra charm to the area. Prolific farmland and rich grazing pastures round out the region.

Duck Lake is a 45 minute drive from Saskatoon and 30 minute drive from Prince Albert,  all of this highway is twinned!!. Just North of Prince Albert can be found some of the most beautiful lake country on the continent.

The Town of Duck Lake has much to offer with it’s brand new state of the art school, the small but bustling downtown area, Post Office, curling and skating rinks, first rate ball diamonds and the Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre.  A clinic and pharmacy also serve the community, along with a grocery store, several restaurants and lounges, and a quilt shop.

 Meetings are the second Wednesday of the month at 9:00 a.m. unless otherwise noted