The Town of St. Paul is located in the northeast region of Alberta, just 200 km away from Edmonton. Due to its location, St. Paul is considered to be a service centre for the surrounding area. The town has a diverse population of 5,844. An airport and multiple highways provide easy access to and from the area.
The community features many recreational facilities including a recreation centre, indoor ice arenas, sports fields, a golf course, movie theatres, and a bowling alley. Nearby are 14 lakes and numerous campgrounds.
St. Paul’s major industries include agriculture and oil and gas.
Lac La Biche is a growing community located 220 km northeast of Edmonton. It is the regional centre for business, health care, education, and government services. With over 3,000 residents living within the town boundaries, the population doubles during business hours as people come for work and school.
The town prides itself on its clean air, unobstructed views, and hospitable community. In 2010, a 227,000 square foot recreation, entertainment and education facility - named the Bold Centre, opened its doors.
Lakeland Provincial Park and Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park are both located within the Lac La Biche Region. Throughout the region, there are over 150 beaches.