Jasper known for bears, moose AND electrical distributors
By Anthony Capkun
Jasper, Alta., is known for its abundant wildlife and plentiful hiking trails, but did you also know this little town in the middle of a Canadian National Park is also hosting electrical distributors from across the country?
That’s right: between June 14 and 16, Independent Electrical
Distributors Limited Partnership II (IED) is conducting its annual
general meeting in the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies.
Established in 1907, Jasper boasts 10,878 square kilometres of mountain
wilderness, which contain a superb backcountry trail system as well as
the world-famous Columbia Icefields—one of the only icefields in the
world accessible by road.
The gathering itself is being conducted at the Fairmont Jasper
Park Lodge Resort Hotel, which is nestled between captivating mountains
and sparkling lakes. Situated in this UNESCO World Heritage Site, the
lodge invites you to experience its unique accommodations that are sure
to invoke memories that will last a lifetime.
CLICK HERE for IED.
Note: Photo shows nearby Maligne Lake.