Situated on the Southwest corner of Highway 75 and PR 305, Phase 3 of the Riel Industrial Park development offers many advantages to business owners, including proximity to Winnipeg, and nearby towns of Saint-Adolphe, Niverville, Morris, Aubigny, Rosenort and Saint-Pierre-Jolys.
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 services 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 Sainte-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 in 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 for the Canadian National Railway lies at the extreme west of the park (ideal for import/export purposes).