2011 Census Reports

Census Reports for the M.D. of Opportunity

On February 8, 2012, Statistics Canada released the population numbers from the recent 2011 Census.  These numbers reflect initial estimates of inhabitants of various geographic areas as of May 10, 2011 and will be modified in the coming year as a number of under-represented demographics are interpolated.

Overall, Alberta’s population in 2011 was estimated to be 3,645,257 or an increase of 10.8% over 2006 census figures.  Alberta remains the 4th largest province in the country by population, but has experienced the highest rate of population growth among provinces (well above the national average of 5.9% growth).

​M.D. of Opportunity #17 Census Report


Wabasca-Desmarais

Wabasca UNP Census Report

Wabasca 166, IRI 

Desmarais UNP Census Report

Wabasca 166A, IRI

​Wabasca 166B, IRI

​Wabasca 166C, IRI

Wabasca 166D, IRI


Other communities

Calling Lake UNP Census Report

Chipewyan Lake UNP Census Report

Peerless Lake UNP Census Report

​Red Earth Creek UNP Census Report

Sandy Lake UNP Census Report

Trout  Lake UNP Census Report