Tables: Profile of Alberta’s francophone community

Profile of the Francophone Community, French as First Language Spoken, Census Subdivisions, Alberta, 2011

Census Subdivision (with more than 100 francophones) 2011 (Number)
101 to 200
Slave Lake 105
Wetaskiwin County No. 10 110
Big Lakes 115
Edson 140
Lacombe 145
Wetaskiwin 145
Strathmore 150
High River 155
Athabasca County 160
Camrose 165
Sylvan Lake 170
Red Deer County 175
Lac Ste. Anne County 180
Westlock County 185
Yellowhead County 200
201 to 300
Lloydminster (Part) 215
Whitecourt 220
Leduc County 235
Foothills No. 31 250
Brooks 260
Stony Plain 275
301 to 400
Cochrane 315
Peace River 325
Hinton 335
Banff 360
Okotoks 370
Grande Prairie County No. 1 375
Fort Saskatchewan 380
Bonnyville 400
401 to 500
Leduc 405
Morinville 445
Spruce Grove 445
Rocky View County 460
Over 500
Parkland County 520
Lac la Biche County 550
Medicine Hat 610
Beaumont 655
Bonnyville No. 87 680
Canmore 690
Sturgeon County 690
St. Paul County No. 19 700
Airdrie 710
Lethbridge 860
Cold Lake 880
Red Deer 1,180
Grande Prairie 1,395
Strathcona County 1,630
St. Albert 1,730
Wood Buffalo 1,960
Edmonton 18,420
Calgary 20,260

Source: Statistics Canada, 2011 Census of Population.

 

Profile of the Francophone Community, French as First Language Spoken, Provinces and Territories (Except Quebec), 2001 and 2011

Province or Territory 2001 (Number) 2011 (Number) Variance (%)
Newfoundland and Labrador 2,098 2,095 -0.1
Prince Edward Island 5,273 4,810 -8.8
Nova Scotia 33,768 30,330 -10.2
New Brunswick 238,453 235,695 -1.2
Ontario 527,710 542,390 2.8
Manitoba 43,383 41,365 -4.7
Saskatchewan 16,548 14,290 -13.6
Alberta 58,830 71,370 21.3
British Columbia 59,370 62,190 4.7
Yukon 888 1,485 67.3
Northwest Territories 915 1,080 18.0
Nunavut 415 475 14.5

Source: Statistics Canada, 2001 and 2011 Censuses of Population.

 

Alberta’s 34 French-Language Schools, 2014

École à la Découverte (Edmonton) École Boréal (Fort McMurray)
École Joseph-Moreau (Edmonton) École Citadelle (Legal)
École Maurice-Lavallée (Edmonton) École des Beaux-Lacs (Bonnyville)
École Notre-Dame (Edmonton) École des Quatre-Vents (Peace River)
École Père-Labombe (Edmonton) École Desrochers (Jasper)
École publique Gabrielle-Roy (Edmonton) École du Sommet (St. Paul)
École Sainte-Jeanne d’Arc (Edmonton) École Héritage (Falher)
École de la Rose sauvage (Calgary) École La Prairie (Red Deer)
École de la Source (Calgary) École La Vérendrye (Lethbridge)
École La Mosaïque (Calgary) École Le Ruisseau (Brooks)
École Notre-Dame-de-la-Paix (Calgary) École Les Cyprès (Medicine Hat)
École Sainte-Marguerite-Bourgeoys (Calgary) École Notre-Dame des Vallées (Cochrane)
École Terre des Jeunes (Calgary) École Notre-Dame des Monts (Canmore)
École Alexandre-Taché (St. Albert) École Nouvelle Frontière (Grande Prairie)
École La Misson (St. Albert) École Saint-Christophe (Wainwright)
École Beauséjour (Plamondon) École Voyageur (Cold Lake)
École Beausoleil (Okotoks) École francophone d’Airdrie (Airdrie)

Source: Fédération des conseils scolaires francophones de l’Alberta, Find a school

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