The Town of Slave Lake, population 6,782 is located two and a half hours northwest of Edmonton, at the southeastern tip of Lesser Slave Lake. Characterized by many as "The Jewel of the North," Slave Lake is a progressive, dynamic community.

Within 15 minutes you can discover Alberta's 6th largest Provincial Park, Canada's northernmost bird observatory, Alberta's easternmost foothills and the most beautiful stretch of white sand beaches in Alberta!

Lesser Slave Lake, the largest lake entirely within the Alberta border, boasts one of the finest recreational beaches in the province. Seven kilometers of pristine, white sand beaches are located within the Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park which has been featured on the Discovery Channel as part of the Great Canadian Parks Series.

The Pelican Mountain range is to the northeast where Marten Mountain rises some 1020 meters above sea level. The views from Marten Mountain are scenic and beautiful, something rarely found in the Boreal Forest.

Slave Lake offers year round activities for sightseers and outdoor enthusiasts alike and for a smaller centre, Slave Lake offers an impressive selection of hotels, campgrounds, restaurants and community facilities.

Opportunity abounds to reap rewards for your business venture in the Town of Slave Lake.
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  3. Fournier Place

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  4. Statistical Information

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  5. Downtown and Main Street Area Plan

    In 1989 the Town of Slave Lake developed the Downtown and Main Street Area Plan (AP) and Downtown and Main Street Urban Design Handbook (UDH) in order to provide future development direction. Since adoption of the two documents, the downtown and main street areas have experienced development growth pressures, competition with a nearby big box commercial development and a wildfire disaster event. In order to respond to current and future development pressures, the AP and UDH are currently being reviewed and updated.

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