Love Your Leduc
Show Leduc some love! Leduc is a great place to live, work and play, located less than 20 minutes south of Edmonton and just across the highway from the Edmonton International Airport. The COVID-19 pandemic has hit many of us pretty hard – especially our local entrepreneurs and business owners – but you can help to support our community by supporting local businesses!
How can I support local?
Local businesses are the heart of our city – they employ our residents, support our community groups, and contribute to the culture of our community. You can show your support for all they do for our community (while still practicing proper health protocols!) by:
- purchasing goods and gift cards (many are offering online shopping and curbside pick-up)
- leaving positive reviews and comments online
- making word-of-mouth recommendations to your friends, family, and community
- ordering take-out directly from your favourite local restaurant and pick up your meal curbside
Another great way to support our community is by doing what you can to slow the spread of COVID-19 and protecting our most vulnerable. When you're out and about, please remember to cover up, keep your distance and wash your hands frequently - not just for you, but for everyone who may be especially susceptible to getting sick.
What's open in Leduc?
Leduc has so much to offer in terms of shops, services, dining options and so much more. For a listing of businesses that continue to serve our community during the COVID-19 pandemic, check out the Open for Business Database compiled by the Leduc and Wetaskiwin Regional Chamber of Commerce.
If you're interested in exploring Leduc's thriving retail, food and arts scene, but aren't sure where to start, Canadian blogger Linda Hoang has helpfully compiled some great suggestions in her Leduc Travel Guide! You can also visit Discover Leduc Region for a growing list of all the best things to do, places to stay, and events to take in throughout the region.
Love, Your Leduc from City of Leduc on Vimeo.
We’ve developed a toolkit in the gallery below for residents and business owners who want to share the message of supporting local on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.