Real Estate in Cadillac, Saskatchewan
Learn More About Cadillac, Saskatchewan
Cadillac, Saskatchewan is a village located at the intersection of Highway 13, the Red Coat Trail, and Highway 4 in Southwest Saskatchewan, Canada. Located 40 mi/62 km South of Swift Current, Cadillac has a population of around 100 people. The three largest buildings remaining in the community are the easily recognizable former Cadillac School, the Cadillac Skating and Curling Rink, and the former Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, Grain elevator.
The village was named after Cadillac, Michigan, the starting point for many early French speaking settlers who began arriving about 1910.