Peers, Alberta

Peers, Alberta

Peers is a hamlet in west-central Alberta, Canada. It lies 30 km to the east of Edson, Alberta and 8 km north of the Yellowhead Highway via Highway 32. The Peers Gold Dust Daze is an annual event held every August to celebrate the community and relives the thrill of gold discovery in the area.

A designated place, Peers had a population of 113 in the Canada 2006 Census.

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