The Village of Delia has 215 residents between Morrin and Hanna. They have a great little community hall that holds many functions throughout the year.
The community is nestled at the base of the handhills and is home to the largest free standing solar array in western Canada.
Delia had it's start in 1911, when land was purchased from Hugh Fletcher by C.N.R and since it was the highest point of land on the railway between Saskatoon and Calgary it was registered in the Land Titles Office as Highland. Main Street was laid out to run East and West. Homesteaders and others gravitated to the location and in Fall of 1911 the first lumber was stock piled by A.M. Dunn, who was first to own a store.
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