Red Deer, AB
The Canadian city of Red Deer is situated in the middle of the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor. The central Alberta's city of Red Deer is home to significant sectors of the healthcare, retail, construction, oil and gas, hotel, manufacturing, and educational sectors. Its boundaries are with Red Deer County and Lacombe County. The city is situated alongside the Red Deer River in an area of undulating hills known as aspen parkland.
Located 90 minutes between Calgary and Edmonton along one of Alberta's busiest routes, Red Deer is the third-largest city in the province. Red Deer has a business environment that is competitive, having no business taxes (beyond property taxes), capital taxes, machinery and equipment taxes, and payroll taxes. The small business income tax rate in Alberta is two percent (2%), while the general corporation income tax rate is eight percent (8%).
There are presently 100,844 people living in Red Deer, a growth of 0.4% from 20161. The inhabitants are 39.52 years old on average.
Official website: https://www.reddeer.ca/