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Settled in 1947, the northern Alberta town of High Level gets its name from the surrounding elevated land located in the space between the Hay and Peace Rivers. The area features a subarctic climate, leading to warm summers and colder winters than some of the towns further south. High Level’s primary industries, like many towns in Alberta, revolve around oil production and forestry, but the community continues to diversify its economic opportunities with over 300 businesses currently operating in the town to provide a variety of goods and services to its residents. Not only that, but there is also the Think Local Market, which encourages residents to support the local economy by purchasing goods and services of all kinds from fellow High Level residents and others living in the Northwestern Alberta region. If there happens to be any untapped potential for business in the town, High Level’s town offices will be more than happy to assist you in taking the steps to start up your own establishment.
There’s no shortage of activities to take part in within the town of High Level, as made evident by the selection of recreational facilities at residents’ disposal. At R.E. Walter Memorial Aquatic Centre, residents have access to a 25 metre, 4 lane saltwater pool, climbing wall, and ten person hot tub. To get your sports fix, look no further than the High Level Sports Complex, which features a seating capacity of 1,400 and a smooth concrete, regulation sized hockey rink for residents’ skating needs. Outdoors, High Level has a number of parks to accommodate the multitude of activities residents take part in day in and day out. These include three playgrounds for children of various ages, two softball and hardball diamonds, a skate park, tennis courts, volleyball courts, and even a dog park! For a more relaxing High Level experience, spend an afternoon at the Mackenzie Crossroads Museum and Visitors Centre learning about the local history that contributed to the development of High Level as a community. The “Northern Trading Post” exhibit features an extensive collection of items donated by residents that tells the story of High Level and the determined residents that came before, complete with a recreation of what a trading post or general store from the early era looked like.If you’re looking to move to a tight-knit community with a rich history of working together to provide for one another and the surrounding area, look no further than High Level, Alberta. With an extensive offering of services and recreational facilities to its residents and visitors alike, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a need that cannot be met within this community. Not only that, but with North American Van Lines, moving up north to settle here can be the least of your worries. We’re just a phone call or online contact away, so get in touch with us today to start your journey to High Level!