The City of Wetaskiwin is proud to be home to a number of successful brands. We are fortunate to have history, heritage and a culture that fosters relationships and collaboration throughout the region to ensure both our businesses and residents succeed in Wetaskiwin. Get our diverse and dedicated workforce working for your success and join in a story of growth.
Our local businesses are spotlighted monthly!
Step into a world of beauty and tranquility right here in Wetaskiwin as we shine a spotlight on Sage Beauty! At Sage Beauty, beauty isn't just skin deep; it's an experience that touches your soul. This local gem is your go-to destination for all things beauty, relaxation, and self-care. Join us in supporting this wonderful local business, where beauty and relaxation come together in perfect harmony. Make an appointment at Sage Beauty today and let your inner beauty shine brighter than ever before! Find out more HERE
The Glens Grill is a culinary gem nestled in the heart of Wetaskiwin, Alberta, offering a delightful dining experience that blends delectable farm-table dishes, stunning scenery, and warm hospitality. As you step into The Glens Grill, you'll find yourself immersed in a welcoming atmosphere where every detail is designed to create a memorable mealtime journey. Read more about their success HERE
The City of Wetaskiwin recognizes the Edmonton International Raceway through this month's Business Spotlight series. As Western Canada's only NASCAR-sanctioned track, celebrating 55 years in Wetaskiwin in 2023, the Edmonton International Raceway is an integral part of our community and a tourism-based asset. Hosting races every Saturday throughout the summer months, along with the nationally recognized NASCAR Pinty's Series Bayer 300, the raceway draws thousands of guests to Wetaskiwin and we are proud they continue to call Wetaskiwin home. Read more about them HERE
For more than 30 years, the Reynolds-Alberta Museum has celebrated the Spirit of the Machine through an outstanding collection of cars, airplanes, tractors and industrial machines. Delighting visitors from Canada and beyond, we proudly recognize the Reynolds-Alberta Museum as a world-class museum and are thankful they continue to call Wetaskiwin home. Find out more about the story of the museum HERE.
Founded in the late 1970's, Manluk Industries specializes in turnkey manufacturing solutions providing world class quality, delivery and efficiency. Servicing the needs of Wetaskiwin and spanning into global markets,
Manluk now employs over 200 employees and we are proud that they call Wetaskiwin home. Read more about their success HERE
From the beginning, Wetaskiwin Co-operative Association’s history is proudly member-owned and community minded. For over 100 years, Wetaskiwin Co-op has functioned within the community acting as supply store, business network and community hub. Since the first fertilizer delivery by their reliable golden mare in 1917 to the custom chemical blending facility, the Co-op continues to be a cornerstone to the Wetaskiwin and area agricultural community.
We believe in the business of agriculture, our community sees the value in it, and our farming community is always looking for ways to innovate and improve. We are proud to have the Wetaskiwin Co-op continue to be a central hub and an example of the thriving agricultural business. FIND OUT MORE
Located in the Wetaskiwin Mall, Wild West Gallery is destination shop offering the largest selection of seed beads in central Alberta. You will find locally made Indigenous handicrafts including bead works, ribbon skirts, Famous Manitobah mukluks and moccasins and Pendleton blankets.
The Manluk Centre: Wetaskiwin Regional Aquatics & Fitness Centre is home to multiple aquatics features including two waterslides, competition pool, tot pool, lazy river and more! Offering a range of activities and events for the entire family, the Manluk Centre is the go to spot for fun and fitness.
Home Hardware Western Distribution Centre chose Wetaskiwin as their home base to service Western Canada in 1985. As one of the top employers in Wetaskiwin, Home Hardware is instrumental to our local workforce, community, economy and a success story we are proud to share. With a building footprint close to 716,000 sq. ft. and distributing to more than 300 stores across Western Canada, read more about Home Hardware's success in Wetaskiwin HERE
McLane's Meats, owned by Robin and Wanda McLane, opened their doors in Wetaskiwin nearly 30 years ago! Offering a large retail selection of meats, sausage and deli meats as well as meat processing and butchering services, McLane's is a hub for the local agricultural community. We are proud they call Wetaskiwin home and encourage everyone to stop in, say hello and shop local. Read more about McLane's Meats HERE
Operating in Wetaskiwin for over 45 years, Vulcraft Canada (is the largest producer in North America of steel joist, bar grating, girders as well as scrap recycling. With a strong focus on safety, investment in employees and innovation, we are proud that Vulcraft continues to call Wetaskiwin home.
Read more about Vulcraft Canada HERE
Manluk Theatre - our local performing arts venue is celebrating their 20th season on September 10th! Shining a spotlight on local theatre, live music and new entertainment, we are proud that Manluk Theatre continues to call Wetaskiwin home.
Read more about the theatre and their upcoming events HERE
This month's Business Spotlight is Absolute Aviation, Wetaskiwin's locally owned pilot training and aircraft maintenance facility. Operating for over 40 years, Absolute Aviation offers flight experience, rentals, pilot training and aircraft maintenance by their small team of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.
Read more about Absolute Aviation HERE
Kimto Manufacturing has been operating in Wetaskiwin since the 1980's. An integral part of Wetaskiwin's industrial landscape and community, Kimto Manufacturing offers design & build of conveyor systems, custom fabrication and welding repairs.
Read more about Kimto Manufacturing's success in The City of Wetaskiwin HERE
For over 28 years, J&H Aviation has been providing experiences and technical aviation services in Wetaskiwin. Specializing in aircraft maintenance, part sales and services to private, commercial and corporate operators. We are proud that J&H Aviation continues to call Wetaskiwin home.
Read more about J and H Aviation HERE
Wetaskiwin Motorsports has been operating in the city since the early 1970's, offering all things for outdoor adventure. If you are looking for a Motorcycle, ATV, Side by side, Snowmobile, Personal Watercraft, or Power Equipment, check out Wetaskiwin Motorsports!
Read more about Wetaskiwin Motorsports HERE
Local Roots Floral & Design is a floral and gift boutique serving Wetaskiwin and area. Specializing in orignal and unique, high quality, fresh florals for special occassions and everyday life moments. Supporting local vendors and Canadian made items, "local roots" runs deep in the support of the community. Now offering women's clothing, unique gifts and home decor.
Read more about Local Roots Floral & Design HERE
The Wetaskiwin District Heritage Museum Centre & Star Store is an award-winning museum located in the heart of historic downtown Wetaskiwin. There are three floors of exhibits which celebrate local history including Wetaskiwin City, County and the Maskwacis Cree Four Nations spanning from the time of dinosaurs to the War Years. Shop their unique gift ideas or sip on a cup of coffee at their Beans Corner.
Read more about the Heritage Museum & Star Store HERE