About this community

Clavet lies along a historic stretch of the Yellowhead Highway, approximately 15 kilometers southeast of Saskatoon. With a population of 450 residents occupying 147 out of its 150 total homes, Clavet embodies a blend of rural charm and community spirit.

Originally established as the Village of French in 1908, it underwent a name change to Clavet on March 9, 1909. Despite facing challenges over the years, the village persisted, with records showing its existence in 1925, housing a modest population of 9 men, 5 women, and 12 children, alongside essential amenities such as elevators, a general store, and a church.

In 1927, the village was disorganized due to its small population, leading to its governance falling under the RM of Blucher No. 343 until 1978. Clavet transitioned into an organized hamlet in 1964, housing eleven families with a population of 39. Subsequent developments saw the installation of water and sewer services in 1972–1973, paving the way for further growth.

New lots, notably Campbell Place, named after Jean Campbell, were developed, leading to a surge in new home constructions between 1975 and 1979. This growth prompted Clavet to incorporate as a village on July 1, 1978, marking a significant milestone in its evolution as a thriving rural community.


• Motel, Convenience Store, Post Office, Gas Station, Restaurant
• K-12 School - Clavet Composite School
• Community Rink, Ball Diamonds

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