Lethbridge is also a city in the Canadian province, Alberta. The Canadian Rocky Mountains which are present near the city are responsible for the warm climate of the city, mild winters, and windy atmosphere. Lethbridge is regarded as the financial, commercial, and industrial hub of the whole province of Alberta. The economy of the city depends upon mining, health, education, retail, and tourism.
Population and Demographics
Lethbridge has a population of about 101,482 according to the census of 2019. The total number of private dwellings in the city are 39,768. The financial, industrial, and commercial activities in the city are responsible for the gradual increase in the population of the city. Peoples move to Lethbridge due to its established and strong economy. 87 percent of the residents speak English as their first language. German is spoken by about 2 percent of people while Spanish, French, and Dutch is the language of about 1 percent of residents. Residents located here include South Asian, Chinese, Arb, Filipino, Korean and Japanese, etc.
Cultures in the Lethbridge
The most common faith or religion practiced in the city is Christianity. About 65 percent of the total residents are Christian. 32 percent of the population responded no specific religious affiliation. Buddhists, Muslims, Jews, Hindus are about 3 percent of the whole population of Lethbridge. All these peoples belonging to different faiths represent and live their life according to their specific cultures.
Local schools from kindergarten to grade 12 are managed by Holy Spirit Roman Catholic School Division and Lethbridge School District no 51. Four High Schools in Lethbridge are administrated by Lethbridge School District no 51 named as Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, Chinook High School, Winston Churchill High School, and Immanuel Christian High School. 12 elementary schools and 4 middle schools are also under the management of the School District no 51. Lethbridge is also home to Red Crow Community College and prestigious Lethbridge College established in the year of 1957.
Communities in Lethbridge
There are different communities found in the city of Lethbridge, a city with a population of about 101,482 residents. There are nearly 30 neighborhoods in the city. The city is segregated into three different sectors. North Lethbridge that has a dense population and is home to industrial parks contains these neighborhoods as Legacy Ridge, Park Meadows, Hardeeville, Westminister, Uplands, Winston Churchill, Staffordville, etc.
West Lethbridge is a newly established neighborhood. It has University of Lethbridge and following communities: Benton Crossing, Copperwood, Garry station, Paraside Canyon, Ridgewood Heights, West Highlands, Sunridge, etc. South Lethbridge that is the commercial hub of Lethbridge contains these residential communities like Hamilton, Glendale, Earlmont Park, Tudor estates, Victoria Park, Scenic Heights, Lake view, London Road, Henderson Lake, Fleetwood, Tudor estates, etc
Average Household Income
The average household total income of the city of Lethbridge is $ 77,450. This income is a handsome amount that a family gains and is enough for bringing your children up and raising your family.