Facts About Warman
Warman is the newest city in Saskatchewan, officially incorporated on October 27, 2012.
Warman is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344.
The community of Warman was born when the Canadian Northern Railway running from Humboldt to North Battleford intersected with the Canadian Pacific Railway running from Regina to Prince Albert.
Geographic coordinates of Warman: Latitude: 52°19′00″ N, Longitude: 106°34′04″ W
Warman is the ninth-largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada.
The Estimated Population of Warman is 11,020.
The original name of the town was Diamond because the crossing of the two railroad lines created a diamond shape. Soon the name of the townsite was changed to Warman, named after Cy Warman.
Warman is 507 meters above sea level.
Ed Dyck, a former NHL Hockey Player was born in Warman.
Warman is the fastest-growing municipality in the country, growing 55% between 2011 and 2016.