Division No. 17, Alberta


Division No. 17, Alberta
Division No. 17
Alberta, Canada
USA
17
Alberta Census Divisions
Area 192,084.34 km2 (74,164.18 sq mi)
Population 59,282 (2006)[1]

Division No. 17 is a census division in Alberta, Canada. It spans the central and northwest portions of northern Alberta and its largest urban community is the Town of Slave Lake. Division No. 17 is the largest census division in Alberta according to area and also has the lowest population density.[2]

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Census subdivisions

The following census subdivisions (municipalities or municipal equivalents) are located within Alberta's Division No. 17.[3][4]

  • Indian reserves
    • Beaver Ranch 163
    • Boyer 164
    • Bushe River 207
    • Child Lake 164A
    • Clear Hills 152C
    • Drift Pile River 150
    • Fort Vermilion 173B
    • Fox Lake 162
    • Hay Lake 209
    • Jean Baptiste Gambler 183
    • John d'Or Prairie 215
    • Kapawe'no First Nation
      • Freeman 150B
      • Grouard 230
      • Halcro 150C
      • Pakashan 150D
    • Loon Lake 235
    • Sawridge 150G
    • Sawridge 150H
    • Sucker Creek 150A
    • Swan River 150E
    • Tall Cree 173
    • Tall Cree 173A
    • Upper Hay River 212
    • Utikoomak Lake 155
    • Utikoomak Lake 155A
    • Wabasca 166
    • Wabasca 166A
    • Wabasca 166B
    • Wabasca 166C
    • Wabasca 166D
    • Woodland Cree 226
    • Woodland Cree 228
  • Indian settlements
    • Carcajou 187
    • Desmarais
    • Little Buffalo

Demographics

In 2006, Division No. 17 had a population of 59,282 living in 21,347 dwellings, a 3.1% increase from 2001. The census division has a land area of 192,084.34 km2 (74,164.18 sq mi) and a population density of 0.3 inhabitants per square kilometre.[1]

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