The Sturgeon County Supply Chain Forum took place on June 10, 2019. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) supports small and medium enterprises through the federal procurement process. Their presentation provided info on how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada.
The Sturgeon County Supply Chain Forum took place on June 10, 2019. Inter Pipeline provided a project and construction update on the Heartland Petrochemical Complex. Information on opportunities for subcontractors was included.
The Sturgeon County Supply Chain Forum took place on June 10, 2019. NWR provided a detailed overview of the company's Four Step Process for Vendors.
The Sturgeon County Supply Chain Forum took place on June 10, 2019. Pembina Pipeline provided an overview of the company's Supplier Engagement Process, which included information on how to pre-qualify for future work, and contract management for upcoming projects.
The Sturgeon County Supply Chain Forum took place on June 10, 2019. Scott MacDougall, General Manager of Municipal Services provided an update on the County's procurement process.
The Sturgeon County Supply Chain Forum took place on June 10, 2019. Tyler Westover, Manager of Sturgeon County Economic Development provided an overview of our department's work, and promoted some of the County's upcoming events.
Canada’s newest and most exciting destination for Aerospace,
Defence and Security industries investment.
The Commercial Development Analysis provides an understanding of commercial development opportunities in Sturgeon County from a market, planning and infrastructure perspective. The study identifies immediate and medium-term opportunities for commercial development in Sturgeon County and the optimal mix and positioning of land uses for noted priority areas.
As the nexus of world-class road,
rail and air infrastructure, the
Villeneuve Airport is a premier
destination for industry-led
innovation and investment.
The Regional Labour Profile highlights significant workforce advantages for Alberta's Industrial Heartland, and considered aggregated labour data and information from major employers in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland.
Start. Grow. Thrive. Sturgeon County was featured in the Global Investment edition of Business Facilities magazine! The key sectors, initiatives and developments of Sturgeon County are all featured and this special report!
Sturgeon County Economic Development's Strategic Plan provides a focus for the department to capitalize on growing opportunities and strengthening Sturgeon County's business community.
The 2018-2020 Corporate Business Plan guides Administration’s efforts towards achieving the goals of Council’s 2012-2021 Strategic Plan. The plan outlines projects and activities to help residents receive value for their tax
Our community profile provides a comprehensive statistical picture of the County relating to population, labour, housing, income etc.
The agriculture and food industry is the second largest processing industry in the Edmonton Metro Region. In 2017, The Edmonton Metropolitan Region Board (EMRB) identified the agriculture and food sector as a key area for economic growth. The EMRB Growth Plan articulates that agricultural land is an essential resource and needs to be conserved.
There is a petrochemical investment window open right now for North America. Alberta can be the location of choice for investment in value-add energy facilities if we work together at all levels of government to create a competitive investment climate.
Alberta’s Industrial Heartland is Canada’s largest hydrocarbon processing center. Our unique region offers world class facilities that can produce global scale quantities. The Heartland is responsible for 43% of Canada's national basic chemical manufacturing industry output.
The Strategic Plan charts a course for the future of the County – one that is buoyed by optimism and limitless potential.
Together with the community, Council has created a 30-year vision and a path for the next 10 years.
Sturgeon Industrial Park - Undeveloped Land Holdings, Infrastructure and Operating Companies.
Sturgeon Industrial park - Regional Facilities
Sturgeon Industrial Park - Region
Sturgeon Industrial Park - Servicing Progress
Sturgeon County Regional Highlights Map
Tyler Westover, the Manager of Economic Development at Sturgeon County, gives an update on all the activities happening in 2020 and a brief department overview.
On June 25th, 2019 Sturgeon County Council approved an update to the Sturgeon Industrial Park (SIP) Offsite Levy Bylaw. Levy rates across all 29 development areas within SIP are set to drop substantially. On average, offsite levy rates have decreased 33%, which make SIP offsite levies some of the most cost effective serviced medium industrial lands in the Edmonton region!
Wolf Midstream is an Alberta-based company focused on investing in Western Canadian energy infrastructure, and has significant assets in Sturgeon County. Kurt Roebuck, VP Operations of the Pipeline Business Unit, provided an overview of the company at the Life in the Heartland (LITH) Community Information Evening on April 25, 2019.
The Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (Amii) nurtures Alberta’s machine intelligence ecosystem. Amii grows machine intelligence capacity by exploring the frontiers of research and development, guiding businesses as they build in-house capabilities, encouraging broadscale MI literacy, and connecting a network of local and global innovators.
The Northeast Capital Industrial Association (NCIA) is a not-for-profit cooperative representing industry located in the municipalities of:
Strathcona County, Sturgeon County, the City of Fort Saskatchewan and Lamont County. NCIA promotes sustainable industrial growth and high quality of life through environmental, socio-economic, and public safety programs.
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9613 - 100 Street
Morinville, AB, T8R 1L9
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