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Population & demographics

Total population


Population age (%)

0-19 (24%)20-34 (15%)35-49 (20%)50-64 (21%)65+ (19%)


Average household income


Household composition (%)

Single person (22%)Multi person (3%)Single Family (74%)

Owners / Renters (%)

Owners (83%)Renters (17%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (90%)Others (4%)French (3%)Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) (1%)

Why live in St. Albert?

Living in St. Albert has plenty of benefits. Not only is it affordable but it boasts excellent schools and healthcare facilities, a healthy job market, a bustling downtown district, and close proximity to Edmonton. You can drive from St. Albert to Edmonton in just over 20 minutes. This allows locals to benefit from everything that both the quieter city of St. Albert and the busy city of Edmonton have to offer. In St. Albert, residents will enjoy a lower cost of living with more affordable housing options, as well as a strong job market. The cost of living in St. Albert is below the national average and on par with the rest of the province, while homes are reasonably priced, whether you’re looking for a small townhome or a large detached single-family home. As to the economy, St. Albert has its own thriving economy, evidenced by the job market. Some of the area’s top industries are oil and gas, construction, healthcare, retail, and real estate, with the largest employers being Alberta Health Services, PCL Construction, and EPCOR Utilities Inc. Another reason that locals flock to St. Alberta is the lush greenery it offers. There are over 100 parks in this Alberta city, as well as a number of nearby lakes and rivers for people to fish, swim, boat, hike, camp, and more. Sturgeon River and Big Lake are ideal for fishing and boating, and you can’t go wrong by spending a day walking on the Red Willow Trail System (this system encompasses 99 kilometres of trails with paths for both hikers and bikers). There are also plenty of places to golf in St. Albert, such as Cattail Crossing Club, Sandpiper Golf Course, and Lone Spruce Driving Range. Other attractions you might enjoy in the area are St. Albert Botanic Park, St. Albert Historic River Lots + Grain Elevator, Musee Heritage Museum, the Art Gallery of St. Alberta, and the St. Albert Farmers Market. The St. Albert Farmers Market is one of the largest open-air markets in all of Canada. It runs through the summer and fall and features over 275 vendors selling everything from fresh produce and ready-made meals to baked goods, meat, and more. Locals also love the many festivals that the city hosts throughout the year, such as the International Children’s Festival of the Arts, Seven Music Fest, and Snowflake Festival.

Quality and diversity of education in St. Albert

St. Albert Public Schools is the primary school district that is responsible for bringing public school education to St. Albert. This is the largest district in the area, running 15 schools and teaching over 9,000 students annually. Some of the largest schools in St. Albert include Leo Nickerson Elementary, Lorne Akins Junior High, and Bellrose High School. There are also a number of French-language schools, Catholic and Christian schools, and even ones with international baccalaureate programs. As for private schools in St. Albert, you will have several options, such as St. Albert Montessori School and Daycare, Global Child Montessori, and Sister Alphonse Academy. Meanwhile, a few of the post-secondary options that are closest to St. Albert include MacEwan University, Campbell College, the University of Lethbridge - Edmonton Campus, and a number of others in Edmonton, like the University of Alberta, Concordia University of Edmonton, The King’s University, Athabasca University - Edmonton, and CDI College.

Most populous cities in St. Albert

A few of the largest neighbourhoods in St. Albert are Cherot, Downtown St. Albert, Braeside, Akinsdale, Erin Ridge, Forest Lawn, Kingswood, Mission, Woodlands, Oakmont, Sturgeon Heights, Pineview, Riverside, and North Ridge.

Quality of infrastructure for St. Albert

St. Albert Transit, also known as StAT, provides public transportation to the local community. The buses that are run by StAT operate a number of routes that connect residents with other neighbourhoods in St. Albert, as well as downtown Edmonton and the University of Alberta campus. There are also a range of late-night and express options to make public transit even more convenient. One of the most commonly travelled routes among St. Albert residents is the 201 to Edmonton. This route connects passengers with Kingsway Station, where Edmonton’s Light Rail Transit operates out of (LRT). Edmonton has an extensive public transportation network of both trains and buses that make it easy to get around the city once you’re in it. Plus, as one of the largest cities in Alberta, there are plenty of other transportation options once you're in Edmonton, such as coach buses and passenger trains. Coach bus services that operate in Edmonton include Ebus, Cold Shot, Rider Express, The Canada Bus, and Red Arrow, which can take travellers to other parts of the province, as well as to other provinces in Canada. Meanwhile, Via Rail has only seven stops in the entire province and one is in Edmonton. The other stops are in Edson, Evansburg, Hinton, Jasper, Viking, and Wainwright. Meanwhile, just over half an hour south of St. Albert lies Edmonton International Airport, where you can hop on a domestic or international flight. Prefer to drive? St. Albert has several major highways running through it, like Highway AB-216 and Highway AB-16. Moving onto healthcare. St. Albert has its own hospital, Sturgeon Community Hospital, but also isn’t far from many of the highly-rated hospitals in Edmonton, such as Royal Alexandra Hospital, University of Alberta Hospital, and Misericordia Community Hospital.

Safety and security for St. Albert

The St. Albert detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) is the police force that is tasked with keeping the city safe. Thankfully, St. Albert is a very safe community with low crime rates across the board and a low risk of natural disasters. Call 9-1-1 to access emergency services at any time.

St. Albert property market

The St. Albert property market has been holding strong for quite some time. Homes are reasonably priced - around the provincial average for Alberta, though far less than other major Canadian cities like Toronto or Vancouver. The most common types of homes in St. Albert are detached, single-family homes, though you can also find other properties here, such as condos, townhomes, semi-detached homes, and duplexes.

Standard of living in St. Albert

A charming city full of family-friendly amenities, outdoor recreation, great schools, a well-regarded hospital, and a healthy job market is what you get in St. Albert. In addition, the city is only a stone’s throw away from Edmonton, which means even more cultural attractions, job opportunities, and big city amenities. All of this amounts to a very high standard of living that St. Albert residents get to enjoy.

Something wonderful about St. Albert

St. Albert has a thriving arts scene that many people love. First, it is home to a writers’ guild and a painters’ guild, as well as a number of theatres and galleries, like The Arden Theatre and the Art Gallery of St. Albert. The former puts on a number of plays, concerts, and musical shows throughout the year, while the latter has a rotating series of exhibitions, as well as public programs, seminars, and even an annual art auction. Locals can also visit the Musée Héritage Museum and Visual Arts Studio in St. Albert Place (which is also where the Arden Theatre is located) to learn more about the city’s history and explore a range of exhibitions, including an extensive photography exhibit that includes over 3,000 photographs.