A diverse region on the rise

Centrally located in Alberta, Battle River is a remarkable place to invest, work and raise a family. Residents and business owners are proud to call this place home. There are always new investment opportunities on the horizon.

train tracks between trees in alberta looking towards the rockies
a map of canada with a zoomed in section on alberta and the battle river region

Where is Alberta?

Canada’s western-most prairie province is located east of British Columia and west of Saskatchewan. It is bordered by Montana in the south.

Where is Battle River?

Our region is situated in East-Central Alberta with access to major highways and a major part of the Ports to Plains trade corridors.

At a glance


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of Alberta’s land mass


regional population


of Alberta’s population

Our unique advantages

Highly educated workforce
Stable infrastructure
Low costs of doing business
Abundance of land
Reasonably priced housing

“Our thriving economy makes Battle River appealing to investors, employers, job seekers, and visitors – it’s the perfect place to put down roots.”

Industries full of possibilities

Alberta’s Battle River has several growing industries with exciting opportunities for new business or expansion.


Learn about opportunities in petroleum or oil and gas related services.


Discover the benefits of a diverse sector with innovative producers and processors.


Uncover complementary opportunities with one of Canada’s busiest military bases.


Explore a wide range of tourism attractions and recreational opportunities.

Watch this quick video to learn more about the boundless opportunities in Battle River.

prairie fields in alberta

Opportunities abound in Alberta

Albertans enjoy the lowest personal taxes in Canada and a single tax-rate system. There are many capital projects planned across the province of Alberta including within the Battle River region.

View the Alberta Major Project Report for details.

Battle River Railway Trestle, also known as the Fabyan Trestle Bridge, with a train moving towards the camera and green grass below three flags in the town of viking in alberta with the canadian flag in the centre
the wainwright clock located in the central Wainwright historic district, with pink flowers in beds in the foreground

Explore Battle River communities

Battle River has safe communities with modern infrastructure including health care, protective and emergency services, utilities, and transportation. Get to know the vibrant, friendly communities that make our area so unique.