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The Slave Lake Region offers many year-round activities for tourists and outdoor enthusiasts including pristine white sand beaches, challenging golf courses, and some of the best boating, fishing, and hiking adventures in Alberta.

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Welcome to the Slave Lake Region!

If you want to live five minutes from any recreation adventure, be in a community where jobs are endless and where opportunities for community building are limitless, come to the Slave Lake Region! Whether you are visiting, are a new resident, or are looking for the next investment opportunity, the region has numerous exciting opportunities for all.

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Whether you’re young or young-at-heart, the Slave Lake Region has a vast array of activities and experiences for free-spirited visitors. The region is home to a wide-variety of world-class activities for the outdoor adventurer, including: fishing, boating, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, golfing, motocross, snowmobiling, ATVing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and more. Looking for a more relaxed adventure? The Slave Lake Region has a rich history dating back to 1799 that’s begging to be explored by the inquisitive visitor.

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With a population of just under 10,000 people, the Slave Lake Region is ripe with opportunities for a large mainstream businesses, a strong entrepreneurial presence, and small businesses that serves local needs. As the 4th largest producer in forest products, the 6th largest conventional oil-producing Region in Alberta, and the 4th largest overall oil producer there are plenty of opportunities for Canadians or visitors looking to find a home within the Slave Lake Region.

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A quality education, enjoyable family life, and great amenities for all ages are the pillars on which the Slave Lake Region community is built. With a young, diverse, and multicultural population the community thrives with numerous service clubs and groups. Above all else, are the great stories from the people living in our community. Take some time to stop and chat with business owners and residents for a unique and exceptional experience full of promise and enthusiasm.

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