Prince Albert Real Estate

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CITY GUIDE
PRINCE ALBERT, SASKATCHEWAN

Situated on the North Saskatchewan River in the centre of the province, Prince Albert in Saskatchewan is a beautiful city that’s often referred to as the “Gateway to the North”.

As the third-largest city in the province, Prince Albert has a population of around 35,000 and the city covers an area of 22.6 sq. km. It’s the last major city before one reaches the north of the province with its abundant resources, and the area has a profusion of stunning scenery, lakes, and wildlife.

The land is relatively low-lying and the landscape consists of parkland and boreal forests.

The area experiences a humid continental climate, with temperatures in January averagingaround -17°C, and in summer climbing to an average in the mid-20s.

Prince Albert’s climate is almost subarctic, and winter lasts for around 5 months of the year.

The city’s population has remained fairly consistent - one might perhaps say stagnant - for almost three decades, and its residents are made up of 71% European and 25% First Nations people.

In fact, Prince Albert has the highest population of First Nations people in the whole of Canada.

The city is a hub for tourism, agriculture, mining, forestry, and service provision for the surrounding and northern communities.

Diamond exploration is occurring and bio-fuel also plays a very important role. Government sector jobs account for around 11% of employment opportunities, and forestry plays a vital role in Prince Albert’s economy.

KEY FACTS:

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Saskatchewan

  • Nickname(s): Gateway to the North

  • Population: 35,129

  • Area:

    City: 65.68 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

In both summer and winter, Prince Albert comes alive for residents and visitors. The city provides a number of recreational activities such as skiing, snowboarding, and winter hiking in the colder months, as well as golfing, hiking, camping, and street fairs in the summer. The city has over 1,500 lakes and huge forested areas, so much of Prince Albert’s lifestyle is based around the outdoors.
Prince Albert is culturally diverse and celebrates its heritage. Arts and culture are strong in the city, and there are a number of galleries and centres that offer exhibitions, creative programs, and contemporary and historical art.
Prince Albert has a number of highways that connect it with surrounding cities, national and local bus routes and Glass Field Airport which has regular flights to Saskatoon and Regina and serves as a convenient access point to the mining areas in the north of Saskatchewan.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

Tourism is now Prince Albert’s third largest industry due to the abundance of recreational activities here. Prince Albert’s museums are popular tourist attractions, for example The Evolution of Education Museum, Rotary Museum of Police and Corrections and the Historical Society Museum. Fort de la Corneis admired by both residents and tourists, and then there is the Prince Albert Sanatorium which once treated tuberculosis patients.
The city’s sports teams include the Prince Albert Raiders (WHL) and the Prince Albert Mintos of the Saskatchewan Midget AAA Hockey League.

Entertainment and Tourism
Neighbourhoods

Neighbourhoods

Prince Albert has 10 major neighbourhoods, which are split into East and West areas. Its primary areas include:

Central Business District

Also known as the Downtown core or Midtown of Prince Albert, this area is a hub for retail, malls, banks, restaurants, and professional services. The area has a number of beautiful buildings and further growth and development is planned for the next few years. The Downtown area is expected to see a boom in 2020 following urban and city landscaping.

Neighbourhoods

Crescent Acres

Crescent Acres is located in the East area and houses around 7% of the city’s population. It also has a large Aboriginal population, three schools from Grades K to 8 (including a French immersion school), and sports facilities.

Carlton Park

Carlton Park is one of the most educated areas of Prince Albert, with great sports and recreational facilities making it a popular neighbourhood for families. Residents of Aboriginal descent account for 23% of the population, and housing prices and rental prices are among the highest in the city since it’s such a desirable place to live.

Real Estate Market

Prince Albert has a range of real estate options available that are suitable for all types of buyers. Surrounded by forest, National Parks, and stunning scenery, this Saskatchewan city is a lovely place to live and has everything from riverfront properties, to condos, to detached homes, to townhouses. There are also many investment opportunities here too since Prince Albert is well connected with the surrounding areas. The most common type of real estate listing in the city is a 3-bedroom house, and the median age of the population is 34. Prince Albert has experienced a strengthening real estate sector due to a stabilized market, new jobs and affordable property prices.

Home Style Median Price
Home $239,900
Apartment $269,900

The table above is based on data from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) National MLS® Report for April 2016 (the latest information available). Median prices are based on data from www.canadianrealestatemagazine.ca.

Education

Education

There are 33 schools in the area operated by the Saskatchewan Rivers School Division, and 9 operated by the Prince Albert Catholic School Division. The largest secondary school is Carlton Comprehensive High School, and École Valois is the only Francophone school in the city and offers education up to grade 12.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic offers post-secondary technical training with their main campuses located in Prince Albert, Regina, Moose Jaw, and Saskatoon, while the University of Saskatchewan has a campus in Prince Albert and is one of the top research universities in Canada.

Education