The name ‘Cold Lake’ has been derived from the lake near which it is situated. It should be noted that ‘Cold Lake’ itself had been previously called ‘Coldwater Lake’.
‘Cold Lake’ city lies in ‘Lakeland’ district of Alberta; at a distance of 300 Km on the north-eastern side of Edmonton; adjoining provincial border of ‘Alberta-Saskatchewan’. The region which surrounds the city isn’t densely populated. It mainly consists of ‘farmland’. ‘Canadian Forces Cold Lake Air Weapons Range, i.e. CLAWR’; which lies on the northern side of Cold Lake is Canadian equivalent with regards to ‘United States Air Force’s Nellis Air Force Range’.
As of the year 2006, Cold Lake’s population was 11991. Its density was 202.2 per sq. Km. Around 82%25 of the population consisted of Christians then. Out of this population, around 40%25 was identified of being Roman Catholic.
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