Figures and Facts
Medicine Hat is a city located in Alberta's Badlands area. It has a population of 65,527 in 2020, making it the province's tenth largest city.
Due to its rich natural resources such as natural gas, coal, and farmland, the town grew and became industrialized, gathering a lot of big industries to the area, and such businesses came up.
Medicine Hat is both one of the driest and sunniest cities in Canada. The spring season is in April and May. However, snow is common in April.
Location with Other Major Locations
Medicine Hat is a city in the southeast of Alberta, Canada. It's about 169 kilometers east of Lethbridge and 295 kilometers southeast of Calgary.
The Land Use Bylaw (#4168) of the City of Medicine Hat has been in force since 2013. It covers the laws and regulations for land development in each district (zone) in Medicine Hat, as well as the procedure for deciding on Development Permit applications. Certain land uses are authorized in each land use district, while others are conditional on permission and forbidden.
Major Businesses and Industries
A few of the major industries in Medical Hat are chemical factories, tire and rubber factories, greenhouses, oil and gas enterprises, and more.
Medicine Hat also offers oil and gas service businesses preferential access to nearly 80% of the country's crude oil output. And, the home of their current concentration of petrochemical industries is in Brier Park, as well as their rail lines, natural gas lines, and other significant industrial infrastructure.
One of its biggest business parks is the Box Springs Business Park. It is the largest business park in Southeast Alberta, with over 200 acres of flat land for sale and lease.