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Lac La Biche's Community Bulletin Board
About Lac La Biche
One of Alberta's oldest communities, Lac La Biche is situated within the pristine geography of Alberta's northeast.
The region is flush with lakes, forests, white sand beaches and back-country getaways that make for some of the best recreational opportunities the province has to offer.
The fast-paced growth of the province's oil and gas industry, the continuing prosperity of the forestry industry and a strong base of local retail and service sectors continues to make the Lac La Biche community one of the province's busiest regions.
Combined with a multi-cultural potpourri and a thriving economic base, the Lac La Biche region is a destination for all aspects of work and play.
Modern settlement of the region first began in 1798, but for generations prior, the area was a gathering place for many Aboriginal groups. The region now houses one of the largest Muslim populations per capita in Canada, along with a strong Ukrainian, Francophone, Italian and Cree mosaic.
Located just 235 kilometres northeast of Edmonton, the town and surrounding county offer a wide range of amenities and services for all demographics.
For those calling to book hotel rooms, talk to our realtors or reserve space in our paper, here is a helpful hint; Lac La Biche is pronounced: "Lak La Bish".
And in case you're wondering, Lac La Biche is a French version of a Cree name meaning "Lake of the Red Deer" or "Lake of the Elk".