Population Of Lloydminster | Lloydminster Population 2020

Lloydminster Population 2020:- Lloydminster is a Canadian city. Lloydminster has an unusual geographic distinction of straddling the provincial border between Alberta and Saskatchewan.

 

Lloydminster Population

To know the actual Population of Lloydminster 2020, We have to look at the residents of the past 20 years. They are as follows:

  • 2001 – 20,988
  • 2006 – 24,028
  • 2011 – 27,804
  • 2016 – 31,410
  • Lloydminster Population 2020:- 35,493 (Estimated)

By looking at the Population from 2001-2016. The Population of Lloydminster 2020 according to the estimates is 35,493.

 

Demographic

According to the 2016 census conducted by Statistics Canada, Lloydminster recorded a population of 31,410, a change of 13% from its 2011 population of 27,804. Lloydminster has a land area of 42.32 km2 (16.34 sq mi), Lloydminster had a population density of 742.2/km2 (1,922.3/sq mi) in 2016.

the Alberta portion of Lloydminster recorded a population of 19,645, a change of 8.9% from its 2011 population of 18,032. With a land area of 24.04 km2 (9.28 sq mi), it had a population density of 817.2/km2 (2,116.5/sq mi) in 2016. Meanwhile, the Saskatchewan portion of Lloydminster recorded a population of 11,765, a change of 20.4% from its 2011 population of 9,772. With a land area of 18.28 km2 (7.06 sq mi), it had a population density of 643.6/km2 (1,666.9/sq mi) in 2016. 

There are substantial demographic differences between Lloydminster on each side of the border, with the population on the Saskatchewan side being substantially younger; the median age on the Saskatchewan side is 26.6, nearly seven years less than the median age of 33.2 on the Alberta side.

About 94% of Lloydminster people identified English as their first language. More than 1.4% of the population identified French as their first language, while 0.8% identified German, 0.7% identified Ukrainian, and 0.5% identified Cree as their first language learned. The next most common languages were Chinese and Spanish at about 0.3% each.

More than 78% of Lloydminster people identified as Christian at the time of the 2001 census, while over 18% indicated that they had no religious affiliation. For specific denominations, 31% of people identified as Roman Catholic, and 44% Protestants of which, 18% identified with the United Church of Canada, more than 7% identified as Anglican, about 5% identified as Lutheran, almost 3% identified as Pentecostal, about 2% identified as Baptists, and just over 1% of the population identified as Eastern Orthodox.

 

Visible minorities and Aboriginal population
Canada 2016 Census % of Total Population
Visible minority group South Asian 3.6%
Chinese 0.5%
Black 1.7%
Filipino 7.9%
Latin American 0.5%
Southeast Asian 0.6%
Arab 0.6%
West Asian 0.1%
Korean 0.2%
Japanese 0%
Mixed visible minority 0.3%
Visible minority, n.i.e. 0.1%
Visible minority population 16.2%
Aboriginal group First Nations 4.2%
Métis 6.4%
Inuit 0%
Multiple Aboriginal responses 0.1%
Aboriginal, n.i.e. 0.1%
Total Aboriginal population 10.7%
White 73.1%
Total population 100%

 

Economy

Lloydminster’s economy is driven primarily by the petroleum industry. Agriculture remains an important economic activity. The Husky Lloydminster Refinery is also located in the community.

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