Do you need a doctor’s help right now? Is it a medical emergency?

  • What is an emergency?
    An emergency is when life is in immediate danger or when a serious crime is happening.

Here is what you should do:

  • In a medical emergency, always dial 911.
  • What will happen when you call 911?

The 911 operator will answer “911… police, fire or ambulance?” If this is a medical emergency, say that you need an ambulance. Stay calm and do not hang up! Be ready to answer questions like: What is the emergency? What is your name, address and phone number? Make your answer short but as complete as possible. In a few minutes, the ambulance will arrive at the address that you gave. The team of paramedics (ambulance workers) will give the patient the necessary help and take them to the hospital if necessary.


Do you have COVID-19 symptoms?

Symptoms of COVID-19 include:

Adults over 18


Children under 18
·       cough

·       fever

·       shortness of breath

·       runny nose

·       sore throat

·       cough

·       fever

·       shortness of breath

·       loss of sense of taste or smell



  • If you have any of these symptoms, or if you have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19, you must stay home and isolate.
  • Get tested. Book your test with Alberta Health Services (AHS) online or by phone.
  • Based on availability, you can have your COVID-19 test done in Leduc.
  • To book online, visit
  • To book by phone, call Health Link 811.
  • To book your test, you must have your Alberta Health Card number ready.



Get vaccinated against COVID-19

Book your free shot. It’s safe and easy. COVID-19 vaccines help prevent you from getting infected and protect you from getting severely sick if you do get it. All vaccines are safe, effective and save lives.



Are you or your child sick? You can talk to a registered nurse on the phone.

Call Health Link 811. Here you can:

  • Receive quick and easy advice from a registered nurse. They will ask you questions, assess your symptoms and tell you what to do next.
  • Call at any time of day or night.


Are you looking for a family doctor or a health service in Leduc?

Call Health Link 811 or visit Here you can:

  • Find the list of doctors who accept new patients
  • See the map of their locations (on the website)
  • Learn when the doctor’s offices are open
  • See what languages the doctors speak and understand. For example, in addition to English, some doctors speak Arabic, Afrikaans, German, Czech, Slovak, Sinhalese, Tamil, and others.

Visit Here you can:

  • Enter your contact information and describe what kind of doctor or health services you need. The doctor or health service will call you when they become available.



Do you need information or advice about health and health care services in Leduc?

Call Health Link 811. Here you can:

  • Find answers to your questions about health in people of different ages, from babies to seniors
  • Find information about immunization clinics, chronic disease care programs and other health services

For more information, visit Health Link website:



Are you a caregiver for a person with dementia?

Call Health Link 811. Here you can:

  • Find information and advice on dementia
  • Learn what resources are available in the community
  • If needed, be referred to a specialized dementia nurse for additional advice
  • Receive emotional support for difficult events in the life of a person with dementia
  • Call at any time of day or night
  • All calls are confidential and free.



Leduc Community Hospital is located at:

4210 48 Street

Leduc, Alberta T9E5Z3

Phone (Switchboard): 780-986-771


The Emergency Department at Leduc Community Hospital is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Parking is free.  

For the complete list of health care services offered at Leduc Community Hospital, visit



Do you need to do a blood test or other laboratory test ordered by your doctor?

You can have it done at Leduc Community Hospital.

Here is what you can do:

  • Ask your doctor to send your requisition (test order) to Leduc Community Hospital (Outpatient Collection Site and Testing Laboratory Walk-In Service). Contact information for Laboratory Services:

4210 48 Street
Leduc, Alberta T9E 5Z3

Phone: 780-980-4600
Fax: 780-980-4606


  • To have a lab test done, you must first book an appointment online or by phone.
  • To book at an appointment online, visit (choose Leduc Community Hospital from the list)
  • To book at an appointment by phone, call Alberta Precision Laboratories (APL):1-877-868-6848


Do you and your new baby need the support of a nurse?

If your baby is younger than 2 months old, you can receive nursing care and support from Healthy Beginnings Postpartum Program. After your baby is born, you will be contacted to arrange the first assessment (meeting or phone call) with the nurses from this program.

Healthy Beginnings Postpartum Program is located in Leduc Public Health Centre.


4219 50 Street

Leduc, Alberta T9E 8C9

Phone: 780-980-4644



Do you need to see a doctor today, in the evening or on the weekend? 

You can go to an After Hours Clinic.


4710 50 Street
Leduc, AB T9E 6W2

Phone: 780-986-6624


Hours of operation: Monday to Friday from 6:00pm to 9:30 pm
Closed on Statutory Holidays.


There are a number of other Walk-In clinics in Leduc:

Care Plus Medical Clinic

Walk-in patients (no appointment necessary) are welcome 7 days a week during working hours.



5905 50 Street
Leduc, AB T9E 6S7

Phone: 780-612-6991

Fax: 780-612-6992



Hours of operation:

Monday – Friday: 8am – 7pm

Saturday: 10am – 4pm

Sunday: 10am – 4pm


Cure MD Medical Centres


104-3610 Rollyview Road
Leduc, Alberta T9E 1C9

Phone: 780-986-8831

Fax: 780-986-8006


Hours of Operation:

Monday 9am – 6pm
Tuesday 9am – 8:30pm
Wednesday 9am- 8:30pm
Thursday 9am- 8:30pm
Friday 9am- 8:30pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 10am – 6pm



Aceso Medical

101 -6207 50 Street

Leduc, AB T9E 7A9

Phone: 780-986-8770

Fax: 780-986-9447



Hours of Operation
Monday 9a.m.–5p.m.
Tuesday 8:30a.m.–5p.m
Wednesday 9a.m.–5p.m.
Thursday 8:30a.m.–5p.m.
Friday 9a.m.–5p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


LA Medical Clinic


#30, 5201-50th Street
Leduc, Alberta T9E 6T4
Phone: 780-986-9600

Fax: 780-986-9732



Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed


Do you need dental services?

For a list of dentists in Leduc, visit


Do you need an eye exam or new glasses?

To find an optometrist in Leduc, visit


Do you need to find a pharmacy?

For a list of Leduc pharmacies, visit


Are you looking for a physiotherapist?

To find a physiotherapy clinic in Leduc, visit




Do you need to find a school for your child?

You have a choice of schools in the Public School Board or the Catholic School Board.

Public School Board

Public schools in the Leduc region are governed by Black Gold School Division No. 18. It provides service to 30 schools and more than 10,500 students in the communities of Beaumont, Calmar, Devon, City of Leduc, Leduc County, New Sarepta, Thorsby and Warburg.

Visit the Black Gold School Division No. 18 website:

School programs include:

  • English and French Immersion Program
  • Regular and Non-Denominational Christian Program
  • Christian School
  • Outreach
  • Home Based
  • Hockey Academy
  • Roman Catholic Program
  • Before and After School Care

For school locations, programs, and buses, visit

Black Gold School Division
3rd Floor, 1101 – 5th Street
Nisku, AB T9E 7N3
Phone: 780-955-6025
Fax: 780-955-6050


Catholic School Board

St. Thomas Aquinas Roman (STAR) Catholic Schools division includes more than 3,700 students in 10 schools in the Leduc region. Visit their website for a full list of the Catholic schools in the City of Leduc.

St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Separate Regional Division #38
4906 – 50th Ave.
Leduc, AB T9E 6W6
Phone: 780-986-2500
Fax: 780-986-8620
Toll-free: 1-800-583-0688




Do you want to learn how to find a job and manage your money in Canada? Do you need to improve your English, computer skills or other important life skills?

Leduc Adult Learning (LAL) gives training and support to adults who need help with:

  • Language learning (English, Spanish)
  • Computers and technology
  • Upgrading
  • Career planning
  • Budgeting and finances
  • And other information sessions and courses (based on community needs and interests).


For more information, visit

Phone: 780-915-9835





Do you need to find child care for your pre-school or school-aged child?

You can use Child Care Lookup Tool:

Here you can find:

  • The list of licensed (approved by the government) child care programs and contracted family day home agencies
  • The location, ages of children served, number of children that can be served in the program, the program’s status and recent inspection results.
  • The Lookup tool is not available for private child care.

Types of programs available:

  • Daycare
  • Family Day Homes
  • Out-of-School Care
  • Preschool
  • Group Family Child Care


Do you need financial help to pay for child care?

To help lower-income families, government can provide a child care subsidy.



If you don’t have enough money to buy food, Leduc and District Food Bank can give you food assistance.

Leduc & District Food Bank

#201 6051 47 St
P.O. Box 5008
Leduc, Alberta
T9E 7A5

Phone: 780-986-5333
Fax: 780-986-4803


Things to Remember:

  • Food packages (food hampers) are available by appointment only on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00pm (CLOSED ON HOLIDAYS)
  • Clients must call the day of hamper pick up for appointment. Appointments cannot be booked before the day of food pick up.
  • When you arrive for your appointment, please enter through the glass doors at the front of the building (facing the railway tracks).

Clients who need food assistance must provide the following information at every visit:

  1. Full names of all individuals/members living at that address.
  2. ID (passport or driver’s license) for all individuals/members living at that address.
  3. Current proof of residency (this month’s power or gas bill).
  4. The clients must show all this information each time they come to the Food Bank for food assistance.
  5. Source of income (Where does the family get money from? What jobs do the family members have?)
  6. Why does the family need food assistance?



Do you need to send or receive money?

Ask at your local bank. Also, you can use these money transfer services:

Western Union has several locations in Leduc:


6210 50th St Ste #4

Leduc, AB, T9E 7G9

Phone: 780-980-0243



5419 – 50th St,

Leduc, AB, T9E 6Z7

Phone: 780-986-4441

Must have a bank account/Can send money only (cannot receive transfers)



Unit #2 6201-50 Street

Leduc, AB, T9E 7A8

Phone: 780-886-4586


WAL MART #3657

5302 Discovery Way

Leduc, AB, T9E 8J7

Phone:  780-986-7574



6112 50th Street

Leduc, AB, T9E 6N7

Phone: 780-986-0407


MoneyGram money transfer service is located inside Canada Post (see below).



Leduc Canada Post Office offers these services:

  • Forward your mail to your new address (if you are moving)
  • Put a temporary stop on your personal mail (if you are away from home for some time)
  • Rent a personal post office box
  • Receive your online purchases at the post office of your choice
  • Manage bills and statements online
  • Send letters, mail and parcels
  • Get money orders and send international money transfers (MoneyGram)
  • Government forms and permits (for example, a migratory bird hunting permit)
  • Buy collectible stamps and coins
  • And more


4813 50 Avenue
Leduc AB T9E 2E0

2 – 5201 50 Street
Leduc AB T9E 4Z0

7-6108 50 Street
Leduc AB T9E 6P0




Do you need a translator or an interpreter?

Association of Translators and Interpreters of Alberta (ATIA) is the only association of certified translators and interpreters in the province of Alberta.

ATIA uses high standards of national certification and follows a strict Code of Ethics which protects clients and professionals.


P.O. Box 546
Main Post Office
Edmonton, AB
T5J 2K8

Phone: 780-434-8384

Toll-Free: 888-434-2842



To find a translator or interpreter, visit




Are you looking for a church or a mosque?

There are many options for worship in Leduc.

List of churches

Leduc Islamic Centre




What services does the City of Leduc offer to residents?


One important service is collecting waste (garbage), organic materials, and recyclable materials – the Curbside Cart Collection & Recycling Program. Each household in Leduc receives a Sort Smart Kit, which includes an organics cart (green) and a waste cart (black) – all a family needs to participate in curbside cart collection.

What materials are accepted in the program?

  • Organics – All food and yard waste, shredded paper and many items made from natural materials – place them in the green cart.
  • Recyclables – Rigid plastic containers, aluminum and tin cans, paper products, flattened cardboard and non-glass beverage containers – place them in blue plastic bags.
  • Waste – Any household items that aren’t organic or can’t be recycled – place them in the black cart.


Visit for more information on:

  • How to sort waste and prepare for waste collection
  • What can and cannot be recycled
  • Where to place the cart on collection days
  • The waste collection schedule
  • Grasscycling (what to do with grass clippings after cutting your lawn)
  • Additional waste and recycling facilities
  • And other frequently asked questions (FAQs).



Utilities and Utility Payments

City of Leduc provides residents with utility services (water, sewer, storm water, and curbside collection) and collects payment for them every 60 days. The city does not provide natural gas or electricity. New residents will need to set up separate accounts with a gas company and an electricity company to receive those services.

For information on how to set up a new City of Leduc utility account, visit

To find electricity and gas companies and compare their rates, visit



Can I get money back for empty drink containers?

Yes! Leduc Bottle Depot will pay you for many types of empty clean drink containers (cans, bottles and other containers from milk, juice, pop, wine and other beverages).

For more information, visit




How can I rest and have fun in Leduc?

Leduc offers exciting opportunities for sports and recreation:

  • parks and traditional playgrounds with play equipment for children
  • a skateboard park
  • an outdoor pool with a spray park
  • two off-leash dog parks (where dogs can run and play without leashes)
  • lakes and ponds where one can go boating or just watch a wide variety of birds and animals
  • sports fields and ball diamonds for various sports such as baseball, softball, football, rugby, and soccer
  • cross-country ski trails and outdoor ice surfaces
  • close to 75 km of paved trails throughout the city for walking and biking (the Multiway) for use any time of the year

For details, visit


Leduc Recreation Centre

Leduc Recreation Centre is a large indoor modern recreation and fitness facility for people of all ages. It offers a wide range of registration (must register in advance) and drop-in (no registration needed) programs, aquatics and educational classes (including the babysitting course and First Aid courses), memberships and facility bookings for community events.


4330 Black Gold Dr

Leduc, AB T9E 3C3

Phone: 780-980-7120

For details, visit





Leduc Public Library has over 60,000 items in its collection including:

  • Magazines
  • Newspapers
  • Microfilm Resources: The Leduc Representative, 1907-1989 and Federal Census for Alberta, 1881, 1891, 1901
  • Print books for all ages including adult book club and grab-and-go kits for kids
  • Large print books
  • Music CDs, DVDs & Blu-Rays
  • Audiobooks, Daisy Books and Daisy players
  • E-Resources – You can access E-books, e-magazines, streaming movies and other resources right from your own home!  On our website, look under E-Resources for a list of what we have available.


Leduc Public Library has many programs and events for children and adults of all ages.

If you have questions or need help, call 780-986-2637.

Visit our website:


Do you want to see a concert or a play?

Maclab Centre for the Performing Arts is a venue for concerts, theatrical performances and special events in Leduc and Leduc County. With 450 seats, the Maclab Centre hosts performances from both local artists and organizations, such as the Leduc Drama Society and the Stageworks Academy of the Performing Arts, as well as world-famous performers. The Maclab Centre is located at the south end of the Leduc Composite High School, with an entrance from Corinthia Drive.


4308 – 50 St.

Leduc, AB T9E 6K8

Phone: 780-980-7170




For a list of other concert events in Leduc and area, visit



Do you want to go back in time?

Visit Dr. Woods House Museum. Dr. Robert Woods, one of the area’s first doctors, built this home in Leduc in 1927. He received his patients at his home office in the attached medical wing. The architecture and furnishings of this beautifully preserved house shows how an upper-middle class lived in the 1920s-1940s.



How can you get around Leduc and area if you don’t have a vehicle?

Use Leduc Transit.

Until August 2021, Leduc Transit offers 6 routes:

Route 1 – from Leduc to Edmonton

Route 2 – throughout west Leduc

Route 3 – from Leduc to Edmonton International Airport

Route 4 – throughout east Leduc

Route 5 – throughout Nisku Business Park

Route 10 – from Leduc (Alexandra Arena) to the Leduc County Centre, Premium Outlet Collection, Nisku Costco, the Edmonton International Airport and Leduc Common. Currently, riders may transfer between Route 10 and ETS Route 747 with a monthly Commuter-Plus pass, valid U-Pass or with purchase of a special $5 one-way transfer.

For information on route maps, schedules, fares, and customer service, visit

Use Leduc Transit’s Bus Tracker during hours of service to plan your trip:


Coming August 2021:

Leduc Transit will begin on-demand service in summer 2021. This means that:

  • There will be no fixed schedules or routes.
  • Transit riders can choose their pick-up times and locations by booking their trip through an app, online or through a call centre.

On-demand service will bring a variety of benefits to local riders:

  • Increased pick up and destination points in Leduc and Nisku Business Park;
  • Stops that are closer to where you live and work;
  • Flexibility to book a trip for the time that is convenient for you, and
  • More efficient and easier connections to Route 1, the commuter route that travels to Edmonton and Amazon.

On-demand service will offer trips within the City of Leduc and Nisku Business Park and is expected to operate during the same time periods as the existing fixed routes: weekday mornings and afternoon peak periods. The service will replace local Routes 2, 3, 4 and 5. The cost to use local transit in 2021 will not change.

For more information, visit



Is there a transportation service for seniors or persons with disabilities?

Yes! Leduc Assisted Transportation Service (LATS) is a door-to-door transportation service for seniors (65+) and for persons with cognitive and/or physical disabilities in the City of Leduc. The driver can help the rider get on and off the bus. Temporary service may be available to individuals with a temporary disability.

Only registered LATS clients cab book trips. For trip and route planning assistance, call 780-980-8444 or email For more information and to register, visit

LATS have many generous sponsors that pay for one or two-way trips. To find out which routes are free, visit




Do you want to get involved in the community, gain new skills, make friends, and improve your resume?

Become a volunteer!

Volunteer Leduc is an organization that connects willing volunteers with the organizations that need them.

For more information on why and how to volunteer, visit



Are you part of a local recreation or cultural community group? Does your group need support?

If you want to make our community a better place, the City of Leduc wants to help you.

The City of Leduc provides Community Group Assistance. For a list of services, visit



Do you want to serve our community and at the same time be a part of a global network?

Join or visit the Rotary Club of Nisku-Leduc.

The Rotary Club of Nisku-Leduc is part of Rotary International, a global organisation that was founded over 100 years ago. It provides humanitarian service in local communities and around the world.

Rotary’s Two Official Mottoes

  • Service Above Self
  • One Profits Most Who Serves Best

If you are interested in making a difference, networking and building friendships in the community, join us as a guest at a breakfast club meeting on Thursdays at 7:45 am via Zoom until further notice.

For more information, call Grant Leach 780-719-7877 or send us an email at