The original name of Warman was Diamond, which was because the two rail lines formed a diamond shape. Later on, the community’s name changed to Warman, from the name of the journalist that dedicated his talent of reporting to the progress and creation of the Canadian Northern Railway, CY Warman. He died in 1914 at the age of fifty-nine.
Twenty kilometers north of Saskatoon, and five kilometers northeast of Martensville is Warman. People also refer to it as the bedroom society of Saskatoon. It is the newest city of Saskatchewan, and its establishment happened on 27 October 2012. Surrounding Warman is Corman Park, a rural Municipal settlement. The present mayor of Warman is Sheryl Spense.
The birth of Warman community was during 1904, when the Canadian Northern Railway was laying railway lines linking Humbold and North Battleford, which intersected while linking Prince Albert and Regina. The Warman railway station was actively operational between 1907 and 1942. After it moved to its new location, the old building became the Senior Drop-in Center.
Main Street was the hub for most businesses at Warman before 1910, when a fire ruined the major part of the town. This catastrophe reduced the population drastically. After five years, the community built only houses, which is why; today, Main St. is a street only with homes. It is the most beautiful suburb in Saskatoon.

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Average Price $657K
Lowest Price $1.5K
Highest Price $6.7M
Total Listings 74
Avg. Days On Market 71
Avg. Price/SQFT $328

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