St. Regis Management Inc. offers rental housing in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan is the only province with entirely artificial boundaries. It is bordered by the US, Northwest Territories, Manitoba and Alberta. It was created from the North-West Territories in 1905, at the same time as Alberta, and shares with that province the distinction of having no coast on salt water.
The name, which was first used officially for a district of the North-West Territories in 1882, is derived from an anglicized version of a Cree word denoting a swiftly flowing river, which appears in a variety of spellings in early records.
Saskatchewan enjoys a moderate climate with four distinct seasons, and gets more hours of sunlight than most other places in North America.
There is a high standard of living here, yet the cost of living is low. Residents of the province are blessed with a health system that is second to none, a rich cultural heritage, a low crime rate, an excellent network of national and provincial parks, and clean air that is virtually smog free. So whether you chose to settle in Regina, Saskatoon, or anywhere else, Saskatchewan is a great place to locate and raise a family.
St. Regis Management Inc. offers rental housing in Cold Lake, Alberta.
- Brentwood Estates – A “warm and cozy” kind of place!
- Cedarwood Apartments – Apartment living at its best!
- Eagle Ridge Estates – A great place to live!
- Lakewood Estates – So close to the marina!
Cold Lake is a beautiful cityof 13,000 residents, located two and a half hours northeast of Edmonton. Cold Lake is home to Canada’s largest Air Force base, an active oil industry, booming retail trade and year-round tourism. It offers a wide range of commercial, recreational, and cultural opportunities. The economic future is strong and stable; a skilled work force and a growing population creates an exciting environment for new industrial, retail and tourism ventures.
Cold Lake’s youthful demographic creates an ideal community to raise a family. Affordable housing, outstanding recreation facilities, safe streets, a multitude of education options and excellent health care all contribute to making Cold Lake the perfect location for your future.
The allure of Cold Lake is the lake itself. During the summer, the water activities are endless; boating, water skiing, fishing, and swimming just to name a few. The Cold Lake Marina is the largest inland marina in western Canada with 250 berths. In the winter, the frozen lake provides an unparalleled setting for snowmobiling, cross country skiing and ice fishing.
Whether you are new to the Cold Lake experience, or looking to make the transition, the community of Cold Lake has plenty of amenities and services to offer to you, to your family and to your business.
St. Regis Management Inc. offers rental housing in Slave Lake, Alberta.
In the heart of “Big Lake Country”, two and a half hours northwest of Edmonton, Slave Lake is a dynamic blend of frontier spirit and modern technology. The area possesses seemingly boundless recreational opportunities – sandy beaches stretching for kilometers, numerous campgrounds, trails for biking and off-road vehicles, sport fishing, hiking, and recreational boating are among some of the various adventures that this area has to offer.
Slave Lake is making the most of its abundant natural resource setting and the creative energy of its citizens. With a population nearing 7,000 and a trading area of some 20,000, this gateway to the natural wealth of Northern Alberta is continuing to attract diverse development. Enterprising men and women recognize the almost unlimited potential for growth in the primary industries of petroleum, forestry and tourism.
Forward-thinking community leaders understand that growth brings both opportunities and challenges, and have therefore adopted policies of managed expansion. This balanced approach allows for strong economic development and the unique personality that residents have made the hallmark of their community.
In Hinton, St. Regis Group offers four residential building options:
- Aspen Place – A stone’s throw away from Hardisty Creek Trail
- Monashee Lodge – Brand new, condo-quality apartments
- Maxwell Lake – A taste of country living
- St. Regis Village – Bright and spacious
The Town of Hinton is nestled in the foothills of Alberta’s majestic Rocky Mountains and is the “Gateway to the Rocky Mountains” in the picturesque Athabasca River Valley. It is 80 km east of Jasper, 88 km west of Edson and 287 km west of Edmonton.
Hinton started in the 1900′s as a small settlement of approximately 100 residents, serving as a construction campground for the railroad, coal mining centre, and logging activities. Growing dramatically after the construction of the Pulp Mills in 1955, and the subsequent addition of three major coal mining operations, Hinton is now a Regional Centre for many services.
The Town is serviced by two shopping centres and a shopping mall and prides itself on its new Recreation Complex containing two ice arenas, indoor swimming pool, squash courts and racquetball, fitness centre, day care centre, people’s centre, arts and crafts room and modern library.
In addition to being the base for three coal mines, a pulp mill and the Forest Technology School, Hinton is a recreational playground, surrounded by forests, foothills, mountains, lakes and streams.