Opportunity Lies Just Minutes From Winnipeg

Looking for a more affordable property solution to meet the needs of your growing business?  The Riel Industrial Park in Sainte-Agathe, Manitoba offers the same amenities and services offered by urban industrial parks, but at a fraction of their cost.  Better still, it enjoys a strategic location on the main north-south transportation corridor between the U.S. and Canada with both main highway and main rail line access.

To Find Out More, Contact:
Sainte-Agathe Community Development Inc.
Mr. Shaun Crew, Chairman
Telephone: 204.771.5008
Fax: 204.882.2529

Riel Industrial Park Features

With lots starting as low as $22,500 per acre, Riel Industrial Park provides an affordable option for businesses looking for a less costly location near the capital region of Winnipeg. Add to that Sainte-Agathe’s moderate property taxes and the absence of any business tax, and the economic savings for your business’ bottom line can be substantial.
Businesses located in the park have access to all essential services including natural gas, hydro (industrial capacity), telephone, high speed internet, sewer and waste disposal. The water supply is of excellent quality and is distributed (via a 10 inch pipe) for larger commercial enterprises. The park is also equipped with its own fire hydrants, and serviced by fire trucks supplied by the RM of Ritchot.
In addition to the Park’s many advantages, it also enjoys significant access to labour thanks to its close proximity to Winnipeg and the nearby towns of Saint-Adolphe, Niverville, Morris, Aubigny, Rosenort and Saint-Pierre-Jolys. Sainte-Agathe itself has a population of approximately 750 residents, many of whom are fully bilingual.
Just 20 minutes south of Winnipeg, and 45 minutes from the U.S. border, the Riel Industrial Park in Sainte-Agathe enjoys a strategic location for business in South-Central Manitoba. Its position on the Mid-Continent Trade Corridor (Highway 75) at the junction of Provincial Road 305, makes the park an ideal location for any company conducting business within Winnipeg’s capital region, or south into the U.S. It also has access to rail, as a main north-south line of the Canadian National Railway lies at the extreme west of the park (ideal for import/export purposes).
  • Location: Southwest corner of Highway 75 and PR 305

  • Park Size: 95 Acres

  • Potential Building Sites: 57-Lots – From 1-3 Acres in size. Lots can be combined into larger parcels.

  • Developed Sites (to date): 13 lots.

  • Hydro Electric – 600V/ 3 Phase power service

  • Natural Gas

  • Municipal water (10″ line) and gravity Sewer (8″ line)

  • MTS Telephone and High Speed Internet

  •  Access to CN Rail Line beside industrial park

  •  Access to Highway 75 (Mid Continental Trade Corridor)

  • $32,500.00* per acre for Highway Commerical Lots (11 lots)

  • $22,500.00* per acre for Light Industrial Lots (46 lots)

  • Subdivided lots can be combined into single parcels

  • Propery Tax: Payable to the RM of Ritchot

  • Mill Rate: 38.430 mills (rate is based on 65% of the assessed value of land and buildings x mill rate /1000).

  • Mill Rate Example: Land value of $56,250.00 (2.5 ac of light industrial) plus building value of $500,000.00 = $556,250.00 x 65% x 38.430/1000 = approximate property tax of $13,894.84

  • Potential incentives may be available subject to negotiation with the RM of Ritchot and the Ste. Agathe CDC depending on the size and type of business, employment opportunities and tax revenues generated.

  • Large potential workforce pool of skilled and unskilled workers drawing from Ste. Agathe, St. Adolphe, Niverville, Morris, Aubigny, Rosenort and Winnipeg.

  • Shaun Crew, Chairman: (mobile) 204.771.5008

  • Jacques Courcelles, President: (mobile) 204.471.2556