Business in St. Paul
St. Paul businesses benefit from its strategic location in the northeast and its status as a major trading center for 35,000 people.
Visitors, new residents and people looking for business opportunities are attracted to St. Paul by the amenities available, recreational opportunities and a strong volunteer spirit.
Located on Highway #29 and surrounded by a large number of lakes and campgrounds is an advantage for downtown retailers and other businesses.
New commercial & residential development, excellent infrastructure and a “Main Street” downtown revitalization initiative will further strengthen the commercial core.
If you are starting a new business in St. Paul you will need to purchase a license from the Town Office at
5101 50 Street. For more information you can contact us at 780 645-4481.
The Alberta Hub is a partnership of Communities, Post-Secondary Educational Institutions and Business/Industry who have joined together to convey the advantages of eastern Alberta. They have put together a Community Investment Profile for the Town of St. Paul which you can view by following this link. For more information on the Alberta Hub take a look at their website www.albertahub.ca.
Small BusinessIf you are looking for some tools to make your business idea a reality, and connect you with the most relevant small business resources to help bring your idea to life come check out Business Link.
Alberta’s new Small Business Strategy focuses on easier access to information; assistance with regulatory matters; a stronger voice on policy issues; and support and guidance for entrepreneurs to thrive. The Strategy also includes action on rural entrepreneurship initiatives. Small business owners and entrepreneurs will also have a stronger voice on policy issues that affect them through semi-annual small business roundtables with government and organizations, including chambers of commerce and other small business partners.
For more information check out www.smallbusiness.alberta.ca.