Division No. 11, Alberta


Division No. 11, Alberta
Division No. 11
Alberta, Canada
USA
11
Alberta Census Divisions
Area 15,754.26 km2 (6,082.75 sq mi)
Population
 - Total
 - Rank
 - Density

1,076,103 2006)[1]
6th Cdn. CD
68.3 /km2 (177 /sq mi)
MPs
Rona Ambrose, Leon E. Benoit, Dave Chatters, Ken Epp, Peter Goldring, Rahim Jaffer, Dale Johnston, David Kilgour, Anne McLellan, Rob Merrifield, James Rajotte, John Williams
MLAs
Bharat Agnihotri, Dan Backs, Bill Bonko, Laurie Blakeman, Mike Cardinal, David Eggen, Mo Elsalhy, Iris Evans, Jack Flaherty, Dave Hancock, Doug Horner, LeRoy Johnson, Ken Kowalski, Fred Lindsay, Rob Lougheed, Thomas Lukaszuk, Hugh MacDonald, Ray Martin, Brian Mason, Weslyn Mather, Bruce Miller, Rick Miller, Raj Pannu, George Rogers, Ed Stelmach, Kevin Taft, Maurice Tougas, Gene Zwozdesky

Division No. 11 is a census division in Alberta, Canada. Surrounding the City of Edmonton, the majority of the division comprises Alberta's Capital Region, while the western and southern portions of the division are located within central Alberta. The division also forms the northern segment of the Calgary–Edmonton Corridor.

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Census subdivisions

The following census subdivisions (municipalities or municipal equivalents) are located within Alberta's Division No. 11.[2][3]

  • Indian reserves
    • Alexander 134
    • Ermineskin 138
    • Louis Bull 138B
    • Pigeon Lake 138A
    • Stony Plain 135
    • Wabamun 133A
    • Wabamun 133B

Demographics

In 2006, Division No. 11 had a population of 1,076,103 living in 443,275 dwellings, a 10.3% increase from 2001. The census division has a land area of 15,754.26 km2 (6,082.75 sq mi) and a population density of 68.3 inhabitants per square kilometre.[1]

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