Real Estate in Hawarden, Saskatchewan
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Hawarden is a village in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. According to the 2011 census it had a population of 50. It is located on Highway 19 North of Strongfield, Loreburn, and Elbow.
The village contains a post office, the Hawarden Hall, a playground and a bar. Throughout the years, it has contained an elementary school, Perry Industries, indoor skating rink, bank, gas pumps, arcade, two churches, two convenience stores (including KC's Lucky Dollar and Jack & Mary's), surplus store, four grain elevators and a café.
Hawarden was named after Hawarden Castle in Flintshire, Wales, the country home of William Ewart Gladstone.