North Battleford

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City of North Battleford
The Business District of North Battleford
Coordinates: 52°45′27″N 108°17′10″W / 52.7575°N 108.28611°W / 52.7575; -108.28611Coordinates: 52°45′27″N 108°17′10″W / 52.7575°N 108.28611°W / 52.7575; -108.28611
Country Canada
Province Saskatchewan
Census division No. 16
Government
 • Mayor Ian Hamilton
 • MLA Herb Cox (SKP)
 • MP Gerry Ritz (CON)
Area
 • Land 33.55 km2 (12.95 sq mi)
 • Metro 855.34 km2 (330.25 sq mi)
Population (2006)
 • City 13,190
 • Density 393.17/km2 (1,018.32/sq mi)
 • Metro 17,765
 • Metro density 20.77/km2 (53.79/sq mi)
Time zone CST (UTC-6)

North Battleford is a city in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The population of North Battleford was 13,190 in 2006[1]. The mayor of North Battleford is Ian Hamilton. The Battlefords area was home to several aboriginal groups including Cree, Assiniboine and Blackfoot tribes who contested for control of local resources before the European settlement.

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