The Palliser Region’s population sits at just over 112,000 people, spread across 43,504 square kilometres. In other words, the people of Palliser make up 3.2% of the provincial population and live on 6.8% of the provincial landmass.
The region’s population density is varied, with many people living either in long-established small communities or in quickly expanding urban centres. These communities are welcoming and inclusive, with many cultural groups represented throughout the area. For example, the City of Brooks is a truly multicultural community: more than 100 languages are spoken in this fast-growing community of just over 13,500 people, earning it the nickname “The city of 100 hellos.”
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