What’s So Great About Edmonton, Alberta?

Living In Edmonton, Alberta

The economy in Alberta, driven mainly by it’s oil resources, makes it the most prosperous Canadian province. In 2002, Edmonton was ranked the most attractive city in the world to do business. It has one of the lowest unemployment rates and fastest growth rates of all Canadian cities. Provincial taxes and the cost of living in Edmonton are significantly lower than in Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal. Located in Western Canada in Central Alberta, it’s close proximity to other large, prosperous cities such as Calgary and Vancouver means your prospects for finding employment are excellent. But training in Edmonton does not mean that you must work in Edmonton. Graduates of the TLC program are working in Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary, and many other towns and cities mainly in B.C. and Ontario but also in Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, and Quebec.