Industrial Park

Portage la Prairie
Manitoba

Park Specifications

  • Site Plan: 318 Acres
  • Custom-designed or turnkey property solutions

Park Highlights

  • Located in Manitoba’s agriculture region
  • Infrastructure servicing to include water, waste water, power, gas and close to other municipal facilities
  • Efficient connections to TransCanada Highway and 10 minutes from Southport airport with private jet access
  • Offering some of the lowest electricity prices in North America
  • City Government support including tax reduction and exemption policies

Left Park Highlights

  • 161 acres
  • Future zoning to be Industrial
  • Adjacent to former Campbell Soup Property
  • Rail access within close proximity

Right Park Highlights

  • 157 acres
  • Zoned Industrial with accessible servicing to support wet processing
  • Adjacent to McCain, Nutri-Pea plants, and Functional Food Development Centre
  • Rail access within close proximity

Portage la Prairie is a recognized growing cluster for agricultural processing in Manitoba. The proposed park is located near globally recognized companies such as McCain, Roquette, Richardson and Simplot. Park users can benefit from the Manitoba Food Development Centre located less than 1km away to support the development and commercialization of food and functional food products.

The targeted Industrial Parks are located at the Northwest and Northeast sections of the City. Regional rail services from Canadian Pacific and Canadian National, as well as close proximity to the TransCanada Highway, offer flexible and economical modes of transportation.

Manitoba offers the lowest power costs among all provinces in Canada making it an ideal location for high electricity users. The province and local government offer competitive corporate taxes and incentives to support a variety of investments.

The City is located 85kms from Winnipeg. The community offers a wide variety of amenities for business, residents and visitors to enjoy.