Prud'homme was first known by the name Bluebell Ranch, later becoming known as Lally Siding. Railway lines came to this part of Saskatoon in 1905, and at that time, the name changed to Marcotte’s crossing.
Joseph Marcotte, from Felix de Kinsey, moved to this part of Canada in 1897 in search of fortune and fame. He married Anielka Belinski in 1900 and created the Blue Bell Ranch, hence the first name of the village. Later they had a daughter Lally, and named the village after her.
In 1907, the name changed to Howell, and then finally Prud'homme. The name Prud’homme comes from the name Joseph H. Prud'homme, who was a bishop back in 1905. It lies 60km towards the northeast side of Saskatoon, and is a beautiful Canadian village, belonging to the Saskatchewan province.
The community mostly comprises of people who are into agriculture and farming. Settlers who first came here were mostly Hungarian, Ukrainian, Fransaskois and Polish. The language mostly spoken here is French.
The main attractions here are the Jeanne Sauvé Park, the museum, the Town Jail and Laurie’s Lizard Lounge, the Let Go, the Wildlife Conservation Area (for ducks) and the Robin Hood Tree.

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Average Price $11.9K
Lowest Price $2.5K
Highest Price $69K
Total Listings 9
Avg. Days On Market 17
Avg. Price/SQFT $66

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