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McLennan, AB

McLennan is a town in northwestern Alberta, located in the beautiful Peace Country.  McLennan is an hour drive south of Peace River, two hours northeast of Grande Prairie and approximately 4 hours northwest of Edmonton.  It is known as the Bird Capital of Canada.

 

Population

In 2011, the population was a little over 800 residents.  The age average of the population is 38.  

 

Climate

The Peace Country area is generally characterized with low year-round precipitation. Its dry climate, which results in reduced humidity, causes the summer heat and winter cold feel less severe than in places with higher humidity.  Due to its northerly latitude, the summer brings close to 18 hours of daylight where winter gives less than seven hours.  Regardless of the season, McLennan will usually have sunny skies with an average of 2,060 hours of sunshine every year.

 

Housing

Housing:  Four bedroom houses starting at $155K. 

 

Education - School

Providence Catholic School goes from kindergarten to Grade 9 students. The staff, students, and parents have been working hard to create a culture of learning and teaching, meaning universal, open to all, and willing to accept all students in McLennan, regardless of where they are on their faith journey. 

 

Health Care

The Sacred Heart Community Health Centre in McLennan is an acute care facility offering 24-hour emergency care, French and Aboriginal liaison workers, an intensive care unit, obstetrics, rehabilitation, palliative care, and pediatrics.

 

Sports and Leisure 

Summer recreational activities include swimming, hunting, and fishing. There is one 9-hole and two others in the vicinity.  In the winter, tobogganing, snowmobiling, downhill and cross-country skiing are favourite activities.  

 
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