The Village of Clavet is a proud community of 410 residents. Just South of Saskatoon, the village offers a unique opportunity to experience a small town atmosphere with urban amenities. Surrounded by a number of large resource and agricultural industries, Clavet is a great municipality for business to thrive.
The Town of Dundurn is a quaint community focused on growing a diversified economy. With a mix of heritage and modern buildings, the town appeals to many new residents and business owners. Only 5 minutes from Blackstrap Lake Provincial Park and Ski Hill, Dundurn sees many tourists all year round.
A community of 655 people, Aberdeen is only 18 minutes north-east of Saskatoon, just off Highway 41. One of the Saskatoon area’s best-kept secrets, Aberdeen offers a relaxed pace of life. Its affordability, small town atmosphere, and proximity to Saskatoon make it an ideal place to call home.
The southeastern border of the RM of Aberdeen is located 8km east of Saskatoon. The Hamlet of Edenburg lies 5km northeast of the Town of Aberdeen. The RM boasts some of the most productive land in Saskatchewan with wheat, barley, canola, flax, mustard oats, peas and lentils commonly grown.
The RM of Blucher is a diverse municipality of approximately 2,000 residents located just 10 minutes southeast of Saskatoon. The RM offers varied forms of residential, agricultural, commercial and industrial development.
The RM of Corman Park surrounds the City of Saskatoon and includes five bedroom communities. It’s a very diverse taxpayer base with active agriculture and growing industrial and residential sectors.
Dalmeny is located 12 mins northwest of Saskatoon. Dalmeny is a thriving young community of almost 1,900 people. People move to Dalmeny because of the residential character – clean, quiet, safe, well laid out and full of friendly people.
Delisle, with a population of 1,000 people, has a healthy mix of young and old. There is a wide cross-section of services available to meet the demands of the different generations. Employment opportunities are available and the town is enjoying steady growth.
Langham is a vibrant community with the best of rural and urban life. Saskatoon, only 20 minutes away, is very accessible on a four-lane highway. This makes all the convenience, events and luxuries of urban life easily accessible yet, at the end of the day, we can all come home to rural life in Langham.
Martensville is located 8km north of Saskatoon and can be reached via the double-lane Highway 12 from Saskatoon. Martensville is a community of families, friends and neighbours who work, play and grow together in a safe, active and healthy environment.
Osler is a warm, friendly and close-knit community of approximately 1,000 people located on Highway 11 just 25km north of Saskatoon. Osler boasts numerous recreational opportunities and all the key services necessary.
Rosthern is strategically located halfway between the major cities of Saskatoon and Prince Albert. Rosthern is a progressive, welcoming town with rich cultural activities and recreational diversity. The town is a dynamic and vibrant community interested in economic growth and investment opportunities.
Saskatoon is the largest city in Saskatchewan. It is centrally located in the province and serves as the cultural and economic hub of the region. The city lies 348km north of the United States border, 225km east of the Alberta border and 346km west of the Manitoba border.
Warman is located 5km north of Saskatoon and is Saskatchewan’s fastest growing small city. The city is a thriving progressive community with a population of over 10,000. Warman is truly open for business with a variety of commercial lots available to suit all of your needs.
The WDFN is located 26km south of Saskatoon. WDFN is a modern and progressive First Nation with a proud culture and a strong sense of community. Whitecap’s vision is geared toward strengthening community and building opportunity.