Power Centre

Around 9,500 vehicles (average day) or 15,200 vehicles (summer peak day) will bass by the Grey Rock Power Centre every day.

A major location advantage of the project is over 6,000 full and part-time day-users within a short driving distance. This large customer base includes:

Regional Health Authority 4 Hospital – This large facility has close to 1,500 full and part-time employees, 90 doctors and specialists. It serves a catchment area with 50,000 residents.

Université de Moncton Edmundston Campus– This postsecondary education facility has 700+ students and approximately 120 employees.

New Brunswick Community Campus Edmundston – This facility has 2,000 students with around 80 employees.

A. M. Sormany High School & School District 3 Offices – This complex immediately across the new overpass from Grey Rocks has around 450 administrative staff, 75 teachers and over 1,100 students.

A. M. Sormany High School & School District 3 Offices – This complex immediately across the new overpass from Grey Rocks has around 450 administrative staff, 75 teachers and over 1,100 students.

The project’s primary trade area will be the Edmundston - Woodstock region of New Brunswick extending into Aroostook County, Maine and to the Rivière-du-Loup economic region of Québec.

The Canadian portion’s population is around 168,000 and another 72,000 for the U.S. part for a total of 240,000. The Canadian portion contains 71,875 households with the distribution being: 23% couples with children, 33% couples with no children at home, 9% lone parent families and 29% one person households. Following both regional and national trends, the overall population is aging. Based upon the 2011 Census of Canada, 15% of the population is between 0 – 14 years, 67% is aged 15 – 64 and 18% is 65 years and older.