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 Central Alberta...

 ...a great place to
call HOME!



Here's what you can buy for under

in Central Alberta...

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Red Deer Office 

4440 49 Avenue, Red Deer
Alberta, T4N 3W6


White Grass



In April 2020, the average house price in Ontario was $594,000 whereas the average house price in Alberta was $353,000.

(stats taken from:

Affordable housing

There are plenty of small, rural towns in the Central AB area, conveniently located in between the provinces 2 major cities, Calgary and Edmonton. 


Large City living or small town charm ~ you choose!

With 1,900 hours of sunshine in the north, and 2,300 hours of sunshine in the south annually, Alberta is the sunniest province in Canada. And, don't forget about the chinook (warm) winds we get!

Sunniest place in Canada to live

We aren't just about the Oil Production...we're also growing in: aerospace & logistics, agribusiness, financial services, life sciences, technology, interactive digital media, creative industries, etc!

Plenty of job opportunities

In 2018 Canadian Income Survey, Alberta families earned a median income of $98,400 after tax. This is above the Canadian average of $84,900 (source:

Higher family income than other parts of Canada

In 2018 Canadian Income Survey, Alberta families earned a median income of $98,400 after tax. This is above the Canadian average of $84,900 (source:

Lower cost of living
Commute to work in minutes, not hours

Avg commute time in Toronto is 33 minutes, in Calgary it's 27 mins...but come to Central Alberta and you'll arrive at work in less than 10 minutes. 

Spend less time on the road and more time with your family!

Growing diverse populaton

By 2046, Alberta is expected to be home to almost 6.4 million people, an avg annual growth rate of 1.4%; 54% from international migration, 31% natural increase and 15% interprovincial migration.   4/5 people are expected to live in the Edmonton/Calgary corridor by 2046.

Lower taxes

Alberta doesn't have a provincial sales taxes. When you purchase products, you pay only 5% GST vs 13% HST in Ontario. That leaves more money in YOUR pocket.



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Central Alberta...

With over 40 municipalities, Central Alberta is strategically located between Alberta's two largest urban centres, Edmonton and Calgary, making us one of Canada’s most prosperous geographical corridors to live and do business.  Nestled amongst rolling hills that are home to oil, grain and cattle production is Alberta's third largest City, Red Deer, with 100,000+ people, creating an ideal commercial and industrial hub.

Central Alberta is made up of small and large businesses from a wide range of industries including, manufacturing, agriculture &

agri-foods, oil & gas, petrochemical and transportation & logistics. Other sectors that have show considerable growth over the past 20 years include: construction, finance & real estate, business & commercial services. 

Central Alberta is a growing region with the perfect mix of town and country. From rural communities to small town and mid-sized city living, designing your own lifestyle is easy here.   Located only one hour from both Calgary and Edmonton, Central Alberta offers a vast selection of recreational, cultural, and artistic opportunities. Excellent schools, including several post-secondary institutions, and many new developments mixed with older housing provide a variety of housing choices.

Central Alberta has a vast array of activities for the entire family. From the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, to the golden hue of the prairies to the rolling hills of the Canadian Badlands…there is something for everyone. Our largest urban partner, the City of Red Deer has been ranked #26 in Expedia’s travel sites list of the top 35 most breathtaking places in North America. The City is also host to the 2019 Jeux Canada Winter Games. Whether you are here on business, to visit friends and family, or on a leisure holiday, Central Alberta invites you.


Looking for a job?

Thinking about moving to Alberta and looking for a job?  Check out these popular job sites:

Want to know what jobs Alberta employers will need to fill over the next few years? Researchers keep an eye on the labour market and put together lists of careers in demand. Take a look and see if one of these occupations might work for you.
Check out this WEBSITE for occupations in demand!

Interested to see who the 2021 winners of the Alberta's Top Employers competition are?
Here's the LINK

Alberta is Back...and stronger than ever!

Most of these projects don't directly affect central Alberta, but will certainly have a positive impact on the entire province and a trickle down effect on central Alberta. 


JOB GROWTH ~ 4 consecutive months of job growth and nearly 65,000 jobs created since July.


AMAZON WEB SERVICES CLOUD COMPUTING CENTRE ~ $4.3 billion investment in Calgary and 1,000 new jobs. The single largest investment ever in Alberta's tech sector.


DOW CHEMICAL ~ tripling the size of their Fort Saskatchewan plant, it's the world's first net zero carbon emissions ethylene complex.


AIR PRODUCTS ~ $1.3 billion net zero hydrogen facility in Edmonton - 2,500 construction jobs.


TECH SECTOR BOOMING ~ over 2,000 new techn start-ups and 2,500 new jobs: Infosys, Mphasis, MCloud, RBC, Rogers/Shaw, Plug and Play, etc.


NORTHERN PETROCHEMICAL FACILITY ~ $2.5 billion investment and more than 4,000 jobs south of Grande Prairie.


LINE 3 PIPELINE COMPLETE ~ runs from Edmonton to Wisconsin with capacity doubled to 760,000 barrels per day.


CANADA'S LARGEST RENEWABLE DIESEL COMPLEX ~ being built by Imperial Oil at Strathcona Refinery, 600 jobs being created.


FILM SECTOR ~ $1 billion in net production values, $485 million spending on Alberta, creating 9,000 jobs.

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