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Population: 574
Ages 0-14 yrs: 110
Ages 15-64 yrs: 340
Ages 65+: 120
Median Age: 43.9 yrs
2016 Census Profile

ATB Financial, is a financial institution and Crown corporation owned by the Province of Alberta.

Located on Facebook at, has a great menu and residents enjoy it as a fun place to gather and visit.

Deer Crossing Estates, is one of the new residential developments in Breton that show people want to live and work here.

The Salt 'N Pepper Restaurant & Lounge in Breton. The biggest problem is trying to decide what to eat because it's all delicious!

Town of Calmar
Village of Thorsby
Village of Warburg

Economic Development
The Village of Breton with a population of 579 is a small community within easy driving distance of major centres such as Edmonton, Drayton Valley, Leduc, Red Deer, and Wetaskiwin. Breton's economy has remained stable for the past few years. Agriculture, oilfield activity, and logging are a few of the industries in and around the area.

Breton has a varied blend of businesses for your shopping pleasure. Please visit our Online Business Directory for a list of businesses and their contact information.

The Village of Breton is offering country estate residential lots for sale. Deer Crossing Estates are spacious residential lots along the Breton Golf Course.

39/20 Alliance
Carolyn Strand Civic Centre, Breton Alberta.The Village of Breton is involved in an unique partnership with the Town of Calmar and Villages of Thorsby and Warburg, the 39/20 Alliance. The purpose of the Alliance is to promote municipal cooperation in delivery of services to our respective residents and ratepayers.

The communities are committed to working together to find common grounds which can be used to better our communities by partnering on projects and services, thereby saving money for our ratepayers because of the economies of scale.

In 2013 the municipalities were successful in securing two regional collaboration grants through the provincial government totaling $250,000 to further advance the Alliance partnership.

For existing and new businesses and residents, what this provides is the potential for a comprehensive marketing plan and campaign development strategy. It also improves the region's buying power and coverage, on a diverse range of needs from water and waste management to cell phone service. Many of these projects can be cost-prohibitive when communities tackle them alone, but together, there is greater buying power and access.

Although the communities are collaborating financially, each pursues their own distinct marketing direction, allowing them to still grow and maintain their direction as residents see fit.

The process encompassed several steps, including taking an inventory of amenities, check industrial and commercial real estate availability, and noting area structure plans already in place. In addition to optimizing the communities' economic resources, provincial assistance was also sought.

The four communities are home to well over 4,000 people, which also makes this collective vision inviting to new business and industry.

Demographic Profile of Breton Alberta

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