Innisfail is a thriving town conveniently located in the Calgary-Edmonton corridor region of Alberta. The town can trace its origins back to the mid 18th century when Henday arrived to explore the area and convince the native Blackfoot tribe to trade back in 1754. The people who settled there soon formed a village in 1899 and became a town in 1903.
It covers 19.4 km2 and has a population of approximately 7,850 individuals. Most residents are drawn to the region because of its central location. It is considered the most conveniently located town in Alberta.
Students can complete their entire school education in the town because it has top quality elementary, middle, and high schools. The University of Calgary and University of Alberta are both located within a two hour's drive away from the town. The strong community along with great education opportunities makes this an ideal town for families.