The Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul constituency is a diverse and friendly constituency that includes urban, rural and First nations communities. Residents in the area take pride in their communities and maintain very strong political awareness and participation which is shown through the active volunteerism, vibrant community organizations, and sense of companionship you will find in the many public meeting places. The constituency is fueled by the agricultural and energy industries, is home to the Canadian Military at the CFB - Cold Lake as well as many small businesses and entrepreneurs that are the lifeblood of the community. The Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul constituency is an excellent place to raise a family and to work.
According to the 2016-2017 Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission Final Report indicates the population of the constituency of 53,809, 15% above provincial the adjusted average population for each of the 87 Alberta Electoral Constituencies estimated at 46,803.
The constituency includes the CFB Cold Lake, the Air Weapons Range, City of Cold Lake, the Town of Bonnyville, the Town of St. Paul, the Saddle Lake First Nation reserve, Elizabeth Metis Settlement, the Town of Elk Point, the Village of Glendon and numerous other vibrant communities that add to the vitality of this consituency.
The boundaries of the electoral division of Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul can be seen here (click here)