About this community

Langham, positioned along Highway 16, lies 35 kilometers northwest of Saskatoon in Saskatchewan. Home to a population of 1,518 individuals residing in 554 of its 589 total private dwellings, Langham thrives as a vibrant community.

Originally settled predominantly by Mennonites, the town derives its name from E. Langham, a purchasing agent for the Canadian National Railway. Founded in 1904 with the establishment of a rail line connecting Saskatoon and Edmonton, Alberta, Langham earned village status in 1906 before ascending to town status in 1907.

The town's economy thrives on commuters to the nearby city and agriculture. A diverse array of local businesses caters to the community's needs, including a general car maintenance and repair shop, insurance services, an autobody repair shop, a financial institution, a restaurant, daycares, gas bar, and income tax services.


• Most Services
• 2 Schools - Langham Elementary School & Walter W. Brown Secondary School
• Arena, Curling Rink, Multi-purpose Facility

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