Thesupports the business community from NAIT to Northlands along 118 Avenue.
provides program and services that build on the strengths of Aboriginal children, youth and their families to enable them to develop spiritually, emotionally, physically and mentally so they can walk proudly in both the Aboriginal and non- Aboriginal communities.
is a supervised youth drop-in centre that provides structured programs directed toward preventing abuse, school dissociation, criminal activity. The centre also promotes academics, self esteem, leadership, teamwork and creativity.
is committed to providing the best in entertainment experiences and business opportunities.
- The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology is one of two polytechnics in Alberta and holds a key place in Alberta’s post-secondary landscape.
is located in the heart of Alberta Avenue. Spruce Avenue Library offers a wide variety of programs and services including, books, magazines, computer and internet access.
Community leagues provide residents the opportunity to participate in the well being and quality of life in their respective communities. The area community leagues are strong and active partners in the Alberta Avenue Revitalization.