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Best Communities for Agri-business 2012

Jun 1, 2012

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High River
Population: 12,930
In the past 10 years, the population of High River has grown by 27 per cent, a trend that’s likely to continue. The town recently annexed 1,707 acres of land, making it ideal for growing businesses ‚Äì especially those in the business of growing crops or the size of their cattle herd.
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North Battleford
Population: 13,888
In March 2011, the federal government invested $583,000 in new equipment at the University of Saskatchewan Canadian Feed Research Centre, a move intended to further position Saskatchewan – and North Battleford – as a leader in agricultural research. North Battleford’s industry already puts the town at the forefront of agricultural research.
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Provost
Population: 2,041
Being small hasn’t stopped the town of Provost from becoming one of the best places for agricultural business. Provost is home to hundreds of local agricultural businesses, mostly cattle ranchers and grain farmers, despite its small population.
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