b"NEW IN TOWN?If youve recently become a new member of ourcommunity, youve made a great choice! WarmanAre You New to Canada? has proven to be a wonderful place to raise a family, start a business and retire. Here are a few organizations that can help you settle in:Now with a population of over 13,300, our community hasSaskatchewan Interculturalgrown in services and amenities while maintaining theAssociationsafety and neighbourly feel of a small town. saskintercultural.org306-978-1818Warman Welcomes You ProgramSaskatoonIf you are a new resident in Warman,Open Door Society be sure to contact Sharon Martens,sods.sk.ca 306-653-4464 consultant for the Warman Welcomes You program. She will visit you inInternational Women person to give you a welcome gift of Saskatoon Sharon Martens courtesy of local businesses, and iwssaskatoon.org answer any questions you may have about Warman.She306-978-6611 takes pride in welcoming new residents to our community! Would You Like to This free program is open to businesses as well, whetherImprove Your English? you request a visit as a new business, or if you would like to participate by showcasing your products and services.Great Plains College (page 92) offers FREE ESL (English as a Reach her at 306-934-5914 or sharon1952@sasktel.net. Second Language) courses in Warman. Please reach out to Bula Ghosh at 306-778-5477 or Warman Housing Authority bulag@greatplainscollege.ca. Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (SHC) offers affordable housing for seniors 55+ and families with moderate to low income, as well as individuals living with disabilities. PeopleKEEP THIS GUIDE as a handy in greatest need of housing are SHC's priority. Rent is basedreference to many areas of our on a tenant's income. For more information, contact community and local businesses Warman Housing Authority Manager, Sharon Doell, at through the advertising and the 306-933-4823. business listings beginning on page 127.Visit warman.ca for information on all aspects of our city22 warman.ca"