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Inspired By Community and Heritage

Located on the eastern shore of Lac La Loche in Canada’s boreal forest.

Northern Village of La Loche

La Loche is a village in northwest Saskatchewan. It is located at the end of Highway 155 on the eastern shore of Lac La Loche in Canada’s boreal forest. La Loche had a population of 2,611 in 2011 and is within the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District.

Bordering La Loche to the north and reached via Highway 955 is the Clearwater River Dene Nation (CRDN) with a population of 778 people.  The La Loche/CRDN population centre with 3,389 people represents about 30 percent of the Denesuline speakers of Canada. The Denesuline language is spoken by 89% of the residents.

For more information about the Northern Village of La Loche see our planning for growth documents here.

Northern Village of La Loche

The Northern Village of La Loche.

OUR VALUES

To be a place that encourages healthy, prosperous
development.

To showcase our cultural identity, build capacity, and create opportunity for our people to reach their potential, while enhancing and encouraging personal and community development.

 Credibility
 Trust
 Respect
 Transparency
 Cultural values
 Environmental sustainability
 Community connectedness
 Equity
 Unbiased

John Janvier

Marina Janvier

Stephen King

Robert St. Pierre

Keith Shewchuk

The La Loche Economic Development Corporation

La Loche Economic Development Corporation (LLEDC) is a fully incorporated community economic development entity owned by the Northern Village of La Loche. As a community economic development corporation, LLEDC’s vision is to be a place that encourages healthy prosperous development. Its mission is to showcase cultural identity, build capacity, and create economic opportunity so that people in the community can reach their potential while enhancing and encouraging personal and community development.

OUR VALUES

To be a place that encourages healthy, prosperous
development.

To showcase our cultural identity, build capacity, and create opportunity for our people to reach their potential, while enhancing and encouraging personal and community development.

 Credibility
 Trust
 Respect
 Transparency
 Cultural values
 Environmental sustainability
 Community connectedness
 Equity
 Unbiased

John Janvier

Marina Janvier

Stephen King

Robert St. Pierre

Keith Shewchuk

OUR GOVERNMENT

UPCOMING EVENTS

FACEBOOK COMMUNITY

La Loche News

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If you would like to learn more about us, please contact us today.

Contact Info

145 La Loche Ave, La Loche, SK

Phone: (306) 822-2032