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This new nordic-inspired spa in Canada will soon be the country's largest

Canadian luxury wellness spa chain Groupe Nordik is definitely having a moment right now.

As it ramps up for the official opening of its sprawling facility just outside of Toronto later this year, the company has set its sights on a fourth location.

Along with the forthcoming complex in Whitby, Ontario and its existing locations in Chelsea, Quebec and Winnipeg, Manitoba, Groupe Nordik will expand its presence to a new residential lakeside community of Harmony near Springbank, Alberta.

The up-and-coming development is nestled near the scenic Rocky Mountains, just half an hour west of Calgary, en route to Banff.

Group Nordik's forthcoming ten-acre, $45-million location will provide the region with cutting-edge spa treatments and experiences — not to mention hundreds of jobs — by the time it opens in 2022. Construction will start as early as this year.

The spa will include a variety of dining options spanning a bistro, lounge and biergarten, as well as the signature saunas, pools and thermal cycle treatments — which are based on the therapeutic Scandinavian technique of repeatedly alternating heat and cold — that the company is known for.

Harmony's existing man-made lake will also be integrated into the wellness centre's design plans.

Further details about this newest location have yet to be announced, but visitors can expect that it will boast similar massages, body wraps and other services that Nordik's other locations offer.

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