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Leduc: Causes and Effects

Buildings in Leduc, Alberta.The town of Leduc is situated in the eastern part of the County of Leduc, sixteen kilometres south of the City of Edmonton. The town is near the Edmonton International airport and the Leduc-Nisku Industrial area, one of the largest business and industrial parks in Canada. It also straddles Highway 2, the highway which connects Edmonton, Red Deer and Calgary.

The continuing economic growth of Alberta and the Edmonton metropolitan area provides an attractive climate for Leduc's population growth and economic development. The town enjoys exceptionally good locational attributes, including proximity to road, rail and air transportation modes as well as access to a growing local and metropolitan labour pool.  

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