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Middle of Everywhere – Invest in the County of Grande Prairie – Economic Development Menu Home Commerce Energy Forestry Agriculture Contact Home Commerce Energy Forestry Agriculture Contact It's Good in the Middle Living and Working in the County of Grande Prairie Learn More Growth and Economic Development Strategy The County is looking for YOUR input! We are working with partners to develop a Growth and Economic Development Strategy, and need your help. This Strategy will help guide the County through growth and planning for a sustainable, socially responsible, and diversified economy, and we want you to have a voice. Learn how to have your say and contribute to your community, by visiting our online engagement forum. Welcome to the County The County of Grande Prairie is ripe for continued economic development. Strategically located in Alberta’s vibrant Peace Region, the County serves the industrial, commercial and residential needs of Northwestern Alberta. The region’s strong economic generators contribute significantly to Alberta’s vibrant ‘open-for-business’ economy and success in the global marketplace. As part of the larger Grande Prairie region, the County benefits from young, affluent demographics, regional strengths and policies such as no provincial sales tax and low municipal tax, and high levels of service. When combined with world class infrastructure, good work force availability, and opportunities for continued growth, the County of Grande Prairie No. 1 provides the ideal setting for additional development. Room to Grow The County of Grande Prairie is located in a resource-rich part of Alberta and Canada and serves four key industry sectors: Agriculture, Energy, Forestry, and Commerce. A large selection of industrial/business parks, as well as large sites for heavy industrial areas, are available in various sizes and levels of service, from completely serviced to non serviced, and many include rail and major highway access. If you’re interested in learning more or arranging a site vist, the County of Grande Prairie’s Economic Development Office would be pleased to provide further information regarding business development opportunities in one of the fastest growing and vibrant economic regions in Canada. Download Our Industry Brochures Download our brochures to find out more about our thriving commercial, forestry, agriculture, and energy industries. VIEW ALL BROCHURES Energy As a central hub of Alberta and Northern B.C.’s traditional oil and gas industry, the County of Grande Prairie is set up to meet the needs of heavy industry and large-scale projects, including modern divided highways, rail access, flexible zoning bylaws, and robust telecom services, even out in the field. Learn More Forestry The Peace Region is one of the top two Alberta regions for the production of forest products, first for employment in the forestry sector, and is the leading producer of pulp, paper and panelboard. Two major Forestry Management Agreements cover nearly two million hectares of land, with over 1.3 million hectares of harvesting land. Learn More Agriculture The Peace Region is home to the northernmost agricultural industry in the world, and boasts a unique combination of northern climate, fertile soil, and a watershed fed by glacial runoff. Thanks in part to long summer days, the Peace Region has a reputation for high-quality agricultural products in markets around the world. Learn More Commerce The County is the central commercial hub for the Peace Region, itself home to over 260,000 residents who spent $2.8 billion in 2013. The total trade area in the Peace Region is on track to reach nearly 285,000 in the next 10 years. The region’s average household income is $102,000, a figure higher than both the national and provincial averages. Learn More Strengths Resource riches, an unmatched entrepreneurial spirit, innovative research, major industry-leading employers and a rapidly growing population help drive Grande Prairie’s thriving economic growth. Leadership Annually, the region hosts some of the world’s brightest business and innovation leaders who join prominent local experts to speak and share knowledge at the annual Growing the North conference held in the County of Grande Prairie. Growing The North Innovation New ideas are nourished and protected at Grande Prairie Regional College’s Centre for Research and Innovation, which offers a slew of services to support R&D in the region, including accessible patent help and technology commercialization services for entrepreneurs and businesses. The CRI Entrepreneurial Capital In 2012, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business ranked Grande Prairie as the number one entrepreneurial city in Canada for the third straight year. It beat out 103 cities across the nation and was awarded top scores in the criteria of business outlook and business owners per capita. CFIB Small Business Hotbed In 2011, Grande Prairie was named the best community for small business in the province by Alberta Venture Magazine, citing the relatively low cost of retail space ($16 per sq. ft.) as well as an entrepreneurial spirit that equates to a surprising 12.81 per cent of the city’s employed residents working as their own boss. Alberta Venture Thriving Chamber The Grande Prairie & District Chamber of Commerce is the second largest chamber of commerce in Alberta, despite Grande Prairie being only the seventh largest city. With nearly 1200 members, the Chamber hosts dozens of networking events each year and works hand in hand with various levels of government to keep business thriving in the region. GP Chamber Major Employers Based on employment figures, the region’s largest industries are forestry, oil and gas, retail trade, and construction, each accounting for between 12% and 13% of total employment. The fastest-growing industry between 2006 and 2010 was the construction sector. The region is the province’s largest producer of natural gas and conventional crude oil. County of GP County Scenes All Agriculture Commerce Energy Forestry People Quality of Life Currie Dinosaur Museum Commerce, Quality of Life Photo by David Sandboe People, Quality of Life Grande Prairie Regional Hospital Commerce Photo by Geraldine Mayer Forestry Forestry Industry Forestry Photo by Dave Peters Energy Sportsplex Commerce Photo by Lloyd Dykstra Agriculture Photo by Katalin Ormay Forestry Photo by Janice Kretzer Prysunka Quality of Life Photo by Katalin Ormay Forestry Energy Industry Energy Photo by Buddy McBride Quality of Life Photo By Jim Tofer People Photo by Adrian Clark Energy Photo by Theresa Haynes Forestry Photo by Max LaRochelle Energy Photo by Janice Kretzer Prysunka Agriculture Forestry Industry Forestry Photo by Laurie Sandboe Energy Economic Development Team Christopher King, Ec.D. Hetti Huls Christopher King, Ec.D. Economic Development Officer About Christopher King, Ec.D. A dedicated Economic Development Professional, I am passionate about Community...

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