The Southpointe area of Fort Saskatchewan is expanding with new businesses.
 
The Southpointe Shopping Centre currently has businesses like restaurants and hair salons, although more offerings are on the way.
 
New developments include Great Clips, Chopped Leaf, Little Caesars (opened Tuesday) and the 24,000 square foot GoodLife Fitness (opening Thursday).
 
"There are three units still available. Sites range in size from 1200 to 1300 square feet," said Mike Erickson, economic development officer with the City of Fort Saskatchewan.
 
Additional tenants heading into the site include Solo Liquor, Scotiabank and COBS Bread.

 

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