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85Km northeast Saskatoon, in the heart of Minnichinas hills (Saskatchewan), is the small Canadian municipality – Cudworth town. The area is hilly and partially carpeted with forests towards the east side of the southern Saskatchewan River. This sector of Saskatoon belongs to the Aspen Parkland Biome.
In 2011, the population count at Cudworth was 770. Presently, there are three churches in Cudworth, along with a public K-12 school for children, and sixty business enterprises serving inhabitants of this town. The surrounding community is mostly agricultural. The first area where settlers arrived was west of Cudworth, which was in late 19th Century. Later, in 1903, German settlers got to Cudworth and settled close to Leofeld (Saskatchewan).
The name of the village came in 1991, from Ralph Cudworth a successful English philosopher as a tribute. Today, inhabitants of Cudworth also include Ukrainian, Hungarian, Polish and German immigrants.
Some historic places at Cudworth make it a valuable tourist attraction. At approximately 3.22km west of Cudworth lies the historic shrine, Our Lady of Sorrows. Here there is an altar, statue, and a chapel. It also has Stations of the Cross, but this is on a hill towards the west side of Highway 2.
There is a myth surrounding the shrine, which says that three children saw a charming, but sad woman wrapped in chains dragging a golden cross. When they tried to approach her, she disappeared. Since then, pilgrims visit this shrine on the tenth Sunday each Easter.
There is also a remarkable Heritage Museum at Cudworth.

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Average Price $221K
Lowest Price $24K
Highest Price $399K
Total Listings 9
Avg. Days On Market 111
Avg. Price/SQFT $157

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