- La Loche is a northern village in northwestern Saskatchewan on the east side of Lac La Loche with a population of 2348 (2006 Canada Census)
The population of Lac La Loche will be 5000 in 2031.
The Canada Census of 2006 shows that the population of La Loche increased by 9.9% since 2001.
The population of the Clearwater River Dene Nation increased by 12.7%.
If these increases are projected the population of the La Loche area in 2031 will be 5000 people.
This means 400 new homes will be built in the next 25 years.
A new school will be built. The present schools will add more classrooms.
Recreational facilities will be expanded.
New businesses will open. More services will be offered.
The town may need to expand its present boundaries to create new subdivisions.
Exploration in the northwest will continue. A new mine will be opened.
Roads will be built to access discovered resources. Existing highways will be upgraded.
These are all things that are likely to happen because they have happened during the last twenty five years.
50% of the population was under the age of 20 in 2006.
33% of the population (1100 out of 3300) were students in 2011.