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As per the 2016 Canadian Census, the average Warman resident is just over 32 years of age.
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A business license lasts until the end of the calendar year. A license must be issued and paid for every year.
The City of Warman offers a competitive business tax abatement program. New business developments and modifications to existing buildings can apply for up to 5 years of abatement on their property taxes. To read the City of Warman's amended Business Tax Incentive Bylaw click here.
Monetary penalties can be applied to your business, ranging from $50 to $500. A list of these penalties can be found in the Warman Building Bylaw.
If you are conducting any form of store front business, home based business, transient business or contracting business, you will require a business license. Please click here for the proper license application. Once completed, please drop the application off at City Hall (107 Central Street West), Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Business licenses vary in cost, depending on the type of business. Generally, a license is $100. After September 1st, costs are reduced to $50. Direct sellers and transient traders are $75.
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As of 2016, per the Canadian census, Warman had 11,020 residents; making it the fastest growing City in Canada. With a steady and achievable growth rate in and around 5%, the City is anticipated to reach 15,000 residents by 2023.