Sylvan Lake, Alberta

What is Sylvan Lake, Alberta known for?


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Canada align right width state collapsed shading percentages footnote ''Source: Statistics Canada'' rural_municipalities Red Deer County (Red Deer County, Alberta), Lacombe County (Lacombe County, Alberta), Ponoka County (Ponoka County, Alberta), Wetaskiwin No. 10 County (Wetaskiwin County No. 10, Alberta), Brazeau County (Brazeau County, Alberta) towns Sylvan Lake (Sylvan Lake, Alberta), Rimbey (Rimbey, Alberta) villages Breton (Breton, Alberta) From Highway 12 (Alberta Highway 12), it goes directly south for 16 km where it meets Highway 11A (Alberta Highway 11A) at a four way stop at the east end of Sylvan Lake (Sylvan Lake, Alberta). From Highway 11A (Alberta Highway 11A) it travels another 4 km to its end at Highway 11 (Alberta Highway 11).


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Highway 11 Highway 11 or Highway 11A (Alberta Highway 11A). It is situated on the southeast edge of Sylvan Lake (Sylvan Lake (Alberta)), a long freshwater lake, in Red Deer County. The lake is a popular destination for tourists from around Alberta, with over 1.5 million visitors each year. Popular tourist activities include sunbathing, swimming, water-skiing, and visiting the local Wild Rapids Waterslides. Camp Woods in Sylvan Lake played to the Scouts Canada#Major


young population

: www12.statcan.ca english profil01 CP01 Details Page.cfm?Lang E&Geo1 CSD&Code1 4808012&Geo2 PR&Code2 48&Data Count&SearchText sylvan%20lake&SearchType Begins&SearchPR 01&B1 All&Custom title 2001 Community Profiles – Community Highlights for Sylvan Lake publisher Statistics Canada date 2007-02-01 accessdate 2011-04-11 The town had a very young population when compared to Alberta in 2001. The town’s population of those 19 and under


conservative association

district) Red Deer federal electoral district. It is represented by Earl Dreeshen of the Conservative Party (Conservative Party of Canada). ;Provincial Sylvan Lake is within the Innisfail-Sylvan Lake provincial electoral district. It is represented by Kerry Towle of the Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta. ;Municipal Sylvan Lake Town Council consists of one mayor and six councillors that are elected every four years. The current mayor is Sean "Shorty"


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current population, Sylvan Lake is one of the largest towns (List of towns in Alberta) in the province and is eligible for city status. According to Alberta's ''Municipal Government Act'', a town is eligible for city status when it reaches 10,000 residents. ref>


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– Provinces and Territories (Alberta) year 1987 publisher Statistics Canada location Ottawa page 2.1-2.10 chapter Table 2: Census Divisions and Subdivisions – Population and Occupied Private Dwellings, 1981 and 1986 isbn 0-660-53463-0

: Population and Dwelling Counts, for Census Divisions and Census Subdivisions, 1986 and 1991 – 100% Data isbn 0-660-57115-3


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20.7 Mar precipitation mm 25.5 Apr precipitation mm 29 May precipitation mm 67 Jun precipitation mm 91.6 Jul precipitation mm 97.2 Aug precipitation mm 73.7 Sep precipitation mm 55.9 Oct precipitation mm 24.2 Nov precipitation mm 21.3 Dec precipitation mm 24.5 year precipitation mm 556 source 1 1961-1990 Environment Canada Environment Canada—


century decades

as "1913 Days". Farming quickly became a mainstay in the area and in 1923 an Alberta Pacific grain elevator was built on the CPR line immediately north of what is now Cottonwood Estates. The elevator was torn down in the 1970s and the CPR line was abandoned in 1980 and removed. Since then, the right of way has survived as a natural area and walking path through Sylvan Lake. Elevators were also constructed along the CN line and were used by local farmers in the mid-century decades

Sylvan Lake, Alberta

'''Sylvan Lake''' is a town in central Alberta, Canada. It is located long freshwater lake, in Red Deer County.

The lake is a popular destination for tourists from around Alberta, with over 1.5 million visitors each year. Popular tourist activities include sunbathing, swimming, water-skiing, and visiting the local Wild Rapids Waterslides. Camp Woods in Sylvan Lake played to the 12th Canadian Scout Jamboree (Scouts Canada#Major Events) in July 2013.

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