Located 20 km from Saskatoon, Warman is the newest city in Saskatchewan. According to MLS Listing, as of 2016, the average amount for a house was $365,088.
In 1962, Warman became a village. Four years later in 1966, the village became a town. It wasn't until 2012 that Warman finally became a city.
There are three schools located in Warman:
Warman is 26.1 km from the University of Saskatchewan.
Warman is 22.8 km from Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Kelsey Campus.
Fun Fact: Warman's original name was Diamond, for the two railroad lines created a diamond shape. The name was soon changed to Warman, named after Cy Warman, who wrote about the construction for the Canadian Northern Railway.