About this community

Warman, the ninth-largest city in Saskatchewan, lies approximately 20 kilometers north of Saskatoon and 5 kilometers northeast of Martensville. Renowned as the fastest-growing municipality in Saskatchewan according to the 2021 census, Warman held the same distinction nationally from 2011 to 2016. Serving as a bedroom community of Saskatoon, Warman's rapid expansion reflects its appeal to residents seeking proximity to urban amenities.

Established in the autumn of 1904, Warman traces its origins to the intersection of the Canadian Northern Railway's northern line and the Canadian Pacific Railway's north–south line. Originally referred to as "Diamond" due to the railway tracks' intersecting diamond shape, the settlement was later renamed in homage to Cy Warman, a prolific journalist and author renowned for documenting the railway expansion boom in western Canada.

The completion of the railway spurred an influx of settlers drawn by affordable farmland and economic prospects. Promoted vigorously by government entities, newspapers, and railways, Warman swiftly evolved into a thriving community.

By 1961, Warman's population had reached 659, prompting its incorporation as a village in 1962 and subsequent town status four years later. Experiencing substantial growth, the town's population surged to 7,084 by 2011. Seeking city status, the town council successfully applied in 2012, with provincial government approval granted later that year. Warman officially attained city status on October 27, 2012.

As of 2021, Warman boasts a population of 12,419 residents, residing in 4,162 of its 4,313 total private dwellings.


• All Services
• 6 Schools - Ecole Warman (K-5), Traditions Elementary School (K-5), Holy Trinity Catholic School (K-8), Warman Middle School (6-8), Warman High School (9-12), Great Plains College
• Legends Golf Course, Communiplex, Skate Park, Arena, Sports Fields

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