Real Estate in Langham, Saskatchewan
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Langham is a town in Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located on Highway 16, 35 kilometres northwest of the city of Saskatoon. The 2011 census reported a population of 1,290, with 489 homes in the community.
Originally, the area was primarily settled by Mennonites. Langham was named after E. Langham, a purchasing agent for the Canadian National Railway. Langham was founded in 1904 with the building of a rail line between Saskatoon and Edmonton, Alberta. Langham was declared a village in 1906, and became a town in 1907.