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Ready to Relocate?

Are you ready to move for a career in the paving industry? ASL PAVING has operations in Saskatoon, Regina, and Lloydminster. All three cities are located in Saskatchewan, although Lloydminster straddles the border between Alberta and Saskatchewan. Learn about each city below.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Saskatoon is located in central Saskatchewan on the South Saskatchewan River. It is the largest city in the province with a population of just over 200,000.

The city enjoys a high quality of life and low cost of living. Saskatoon has many 'big city' amenities (from golf courses, to rec centres, to arts and theatre) but still retains a friendly small town attitude. The average commute is only 15 minutes. The city also enjoys the most sunshine hours of any major city in Canada.

The economy is driven by many sectors, including oil, potash, agriculture, manufacturing, and technology. The University of Saskatchewan campus in Saskatoon is home to the Canadian Light Source, the largest science project completed in Canada in over 50 years. Saskatoon is sometimes referred to as 'science city' and is recognized as a world leader in agricultural biotechnology.

Related Saskatoon Links (will open in a new window)
+ City of Saskatoon website
+ Saskatoon Wikipedia page
+ Saskatoon Star Phoenix newspaper
+ Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority
+ Saskatoon Tourism website
+ Saskatoon Weather

Regina, Saskatchewan

Regina is the major commercial centre of southern Saskatchewan and is also the provincial capital. The city of about 180,000 people is a little less than a two hour drive from the US border.

The world renowned Royal Canadian Mounted Police Training Academy is located in Regina, training officers from all across Canada. Regina has many recreational, educational and cultural amenities, on par with any major city in Canada.

The economy is diverse, powered by oil and gas, agriculture, and also tourism. Regina is also recognized as one of the most affordable places to live and work in western Canada.

Related Regina Links (will open in a new window)
+ City of Regina website
+ Regina Wikipedia page
+ Regina Leader Post newspaper
+ Regina Regional Economic Development Authority
+ Regina Tourism website
+ Regina Weather

Lloydminster, Saskatchewan/Alberta

Lloydminster is located two and a half hours east of Edmonton, Alberta on the Yellowhead Highway. This city of 23,000 straddles the Alberta/Saskatchewan border and has a diverse population and economy with first-class recreational, educational and cultural amenities.

Lloydminster's quality of life has been ranked #1 in Western Canada (and #3 in Canada) for Best Places to Live by MoneySense Magazine.

The economy of the city and surrounding area is largely driven by the oil and gas sector, which is in an expansion stage. Things are booming in Lloydminster, but tax rates are good and housing is still affordable.

Related Lloydminster Links (will open in a new window)
+ City of Lloydminster website
+ Lloydminster Wikipedia page
+ Lloydminster Merdian Booster newspaper
+ Lloydminster Source newspaper
+ Lloydminster Economic Development Authority
+ Lloydminster Tourism website
+ Lloydminster Weather

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