The future business district on the west side of the city is a main pillar of the city's future, according to speaks at the city's annual economic development breakfast.
On Tuesday morning, St. Albert Mayor Cathy Heron spoke to the city's business leaders about the importance of the district, which is currently empty land that sits to the west of Ray Gibbon Drive and to the north of Big Lake.
"Investment in Lakeview Business District will maintain the momentum of economic growth along Ray Gibbon Drive," Heron said.
"This is going to improve Alberta supply chain and will support growth within the region and all of northern Alberta."
To read more about the economic future of St. Albert, check out the Thursday March 16 edition of the St. Albert Gazette.