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  • Village of Warburg

    This self-sufficient community provides business, recreational and residential services to its own and the surrounding Leduc County residents. Our commercial core provides for all your basic needs, including food, gifts, banking, insurance, registration and vehicle services. Warburg is situated in a farming area midst an abundance of oil and gas read more

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    Town of Beaumont

    We would like to invite you to visit the beautiful Town of Beaumont! We are a community of French heritage and currently one of Canada’s Top 20 Fastest Growing Communities. Come and find out WHY for yourself! Discover our historical buildings, and French village themed architecture – all of this read more

  • Village of Wabamun

    Come out and enjoy the many opportunities for recreational activities on the water or on our extensive trail system. Visit the Wabamun and District Museum to learn about the natural, historical, industrial and cultural heritage of the Village of Wabamun and communities surrounding Wabamun Lake from the early 1800’s to read more

  • Town of Stony Plain

    In Stony Plain you’ll find a ‘small’ town that offers ‘big’ choices for your day trip. Stony Plain is host to many unique events – Farmers’ Days and Rodeo in May, the Blueberry Bluegrass & Country Music Festival in July and the Cowboy Poetry Gathering in August. Stony Plain, “The read more

  • Parkland County

    From beautiful rolling hills to incredibly scenic river valleys, the opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy a fun-filled day in Parkland County are endless. With some of the most scenic areas in the entire province, it has something for everyone: hikers, campers, golfers, boaters, swimmers, bird lovers and more. Parkland County boasts read more

  • Lac Ste. Anne

    Lac Ste. Anne County is a municipal district in central Alberta, Canada. It is located in Census Division 13, north west of Edmonton. Highway 43 stretches across this county. Its municipal office is located in the Hamlet of Sangudo.

  • City of Spruce Grove

    The City of Spruce Grove is located 11 km west of Edmonton on the Yellowhead Highway. We offer an array of cultural, recreational and leisure activities for all ages. Come visit our state-of-the-art swimming, fitness and sport facilities at the TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre. Join the fun at Canada’s largest read more

  • Barr Estate Winery

    Rick and Amy Barr have worked in heart research for more than 20 years at the University of Alberta. They use their scientific training to create fruit wines of impeccable quality. Barr Estate Winery is a family business, we all participate in every step. Mike and Jeanette Cholowsky are Amy’s read more

  • Town of Mundare

    East of Edmonton on Highway 16 is the charming town of Mundare. A recently completed main street rehabilitation project with new sidewalks, street lights, hanging planters and the elm trees that were planted create a beautiful setting for residents and visitors alike. HISTORY Experience the history of the Ukrainian settlement read more

  • Town of Lamont

      HISTORY The earliest settlers to the area arrived from Ontario in 1892. The Bloomfield School sitting on the present site of Lamont Elementary opened for class in 1902. By 1905, CN Rail was surveying the town site and right of way. The settlement was named for a member of read more

  • Strathcona County

    Strathcona County boasts huge tracts of unspoiled wilderness as well as a wealth of activities. Whether one prefers the tranquility of wildlife watching or the excitement of a festival, Strathcona County is your natural location for fun. Our Community Centre, in the heart of Sherwood Park, is a natural gathering read more

  • Lamont County

    Discover Lamont County, the Church Capital of North America and the Gateway to Elk Island National Park. Nestled in the Beaver Hills, Lamont County boats numerous attractions including the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, the Basilian Fathers Museum, and the Parkland Conservation Farm. The Lamont Region also has numerous, one-of-a-kind photo read more

  • City of Fort Saskatchewan

    Cross the threshold into Fort Saskatchewan and experience the sights and sounds of a modern, upbeat city with a remarkable history extending back to the 1875 arrival of the North West Mounted Police. Imagine the long-ago clip-clop of the horse hooves and the lives of the first settlers as you stroll read more

  • Village of Thorsby

    The Village of Thorsby, with a population of 988, is located 30 minutes west of Leduc and 45 minutes southwest of Edmonton. Located close to Pigeon Lake and Wizard Lake the summer recreation possibilities are endless. The Lion’s Campground located within the Village is used frequently and remains a peaceful, read more

  • Town of Millet

    The Town of Millet is located on Highway 2A, 25 minutes south of Edmonton and 15 minutes south of the Edmonton International Airport. A picturesque rural community, it is situated alongside the original Pacific Railway built in 1891, and is centered on a 65-acre park system with natural and manicured read more

  • Town of Devon

    Devon – A favorite cycling destination Bike Town Alberta is home to a multitude of paved and natural trails for the biking enthusiast. Located on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, Devon is just minutes from the International Airport and the city. Whether you choose to enjoy the beautiful read more

  • Town of Calmar

    Calmar, a community of 2000 plus residents, is strategically located within the Edmonton/Calgary Corridor and minutes to the Edmonton Airport and Port Alberta which is staged to become the new gateway for cargo transportation, combining air, rail and road transportation at the Edmonton International Airport. Being one of the few urban communities read more

  • Leduc County

    Visit Leduc County and it will be memorable! From a corn maze and u-pick gardens to golf courses and campgrounds, many exciting experiences await you. A dynamic municipality which provides the opportunity for diverse lifestyles – from acreage living to a variety of farm operations, it is also the home read more

  • City of Wetaskiwin

      Wetaskiwin …a community rich in history, people, and pride. Wetaskiwin – is a picturesque community of 12,500 located just 35 minutes south of Edmonton, providing all the amenities and quality of life of a modern urban-rural centre. With some of the lowest housing costs in central Alberta we offer read more

  • City of Leduc

    Fast-growing Leduc has plenty of reasons to stop for a visit! Leduc, a dynamic city of more than 25,000 people, is the southern gateway to Alberta’s capital region and one of the fastest-growing communities in Canada. Located next to Highway 2 and the Edmonton International Airport, Leduc welcomes guests to read more