The RM of LeRoy is located in east central Saskatchewan, approximately one hundred and sixty five kilometers east of Saskatoon and one hundred and sixty kilometers north of Regina. It has a land area of approximately 840 square kilometers. In 2011 it supported a population of 490.
The RM of LeRoy is based largely on agriculture-related activity and the resource sector. The range of agriculture activity extends from grain farming, mixed grain/livestock, intensive livestock operations as well as agriculture-related commercial businesses. The RM's resources lay largely in its excellent agricultural land base.
Potash resources are also important to the municipality. The PotashCorp Lanigan mine is located a short distance away in the RM of Usbourne. Of greater significance to the RM, is the proposed BHP Billiton Jansen mine, located in the southern portion of the RM and on the south side of Jansen Lake. The mine is expected to have major impact on the RM and surrounding communities.
Located 6 km west of the Town of LeRoy, is the 70 acre LeRoy Leisureland Regional Park, that offers a nine hole golf course, camping, and a swimming pool. It has the potential to create greater opportunities for enhancing the economy of the RM.
The RM's richness in agriculture, potash and manufacturing creates a strong economy for the region and the province. The RM of LeRoy strives to preserve the past while improving the lifestyle and quality of life for present and future generations.
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