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The hamlet of St. Isidore, in Alberta, was established in 1953 by ten families from the region of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean in Quebec. St. Isidore was the last community founded in alberta after a wave of migrations from Quebec after the Second World War. These pioneers worked hard to develop farm lands and a dynamic francophone community. Today, the community is still overflowing with life and reflects the family spirit and collaboration on which it was founded.
St. Isidore and its surroundings offer visitors and residents a wide variety of cultural and family activities, sports and information sessions. People can attend musical and dance performances, outdoor activities, expositions and more. You can only find out how great this region is, and all it has to offer, by visiting us!.