Medicine Hat Population 2020:- Medicine Hat is a city in southeast Alberta, Canada. Medicine Hat is located along the South Saskatchewan River. Medicine Hat is the 6th largest city in Alberta in 2016 with a population of 63,230.
Historically, Medicine Hat has been known for its large natural gas fields. Because of these reserves, Medicine Hat is known as “The Gas City”.
Medicine Hat Population
To know the actual Population of Medicine Hat 2020, We have to look at the residents of the past 20 years. They are as follows:
- 2001 – 51,249
- 2006 – 56,997
- 2011 – 60,005
- 2016 – 63,260
- Medicine Hat Population 2020:- 66,423 (Estimated)
By looking at the Population from 2001-2016. The Population of Medicine Hat 2020 according to the estimates is 66,423.
According to the Canada 2016 Census, Medicine Hat recorded a population of 63,260, a change of 5.4% from its 2011 population of 60,005. Medicine Hat has a land area of 112.04 km2 (43.26 sq mi). Medicine Hat had a population density of 564.6/km2 (1,462.4/sq mi) in 2016.
More than 89% of Medicine Hat residents identified English as their first language at the time of the 2006 census, while 6 percent identified German and just over 1 percent each identified Spanish and French as their first language learned. The next most common languages in Medicine Hat were Ukrainian, Chinese, Dutch, and Polish.
More than 79% of Medicine Hat residents identified as Christian at the time of the 2001 census while almost 20 percent indicated they had no religious affiliation. For specific denominations, Statistics Canada counted Roman Catholics (26.5 percent), United Church of Canada (15.5 percent), and Lutherans (slightly more than 10 percent). Less numerous denominations included Anglicans (more than 6 percent), Evangelical Missionary Church (almost 3 percent), Baptists (over 2 percent), Pentecostal (2 percent), Latter-day Saints (2 percent), and Presbyterians (just over 1 percent).
17.6% of Medicine Hat people are under the age of 14, whereas 64.6% are between 15 and 64, while those over 65 account for 17.7%.
Total Visible Minority
- South Asian:- 1.0%
- Chinese:- 0.9%
- Black:- 1.4%
- Filipino:- 1.1%
- Latin American:- 1.0%
- Arab:- 0.4%
- Southeast Asian:- 0.4%
- West Asian:- 0%
- Korean:- 0.1%
- Japanese:- 0.2%
- Mixed visible minority:- 0.2%
- New Westminster Population
Medicine Hat was rich in natural resources including natural gas, coal, clay, and farmland, Medicine Hat town became industrialized and was known in its early days as “the Pittsburgh of the West”, referring to the industrial city in western Pennsylvania of the US. Coal mines, brickworks, pottery and glass bottle manufacturing plants, flour mills, etc. established. Medicine Hat became a service and trade center for agriculture and its products.
In the 21st century, Major industries are chemical plants, a Goodyear tire and rubber plant, greenhouses, numerous oil and gas-related companies, a foundry, I-XL Industries.
Medicine Hat is home to the Medicine Hat Tigers, a major junior ice hockey team in WHL. Medicine Hat is also home to the Medicine Hat Mavericks, a summer collegiate baseball team in the Western Canadian Baseball League.
The Medicine Hat Clay Industries National Historic District is a museum. It offers guided tours, educational and arts programming, as well as experience through collections, exhibits, and interpretation.