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Facts About Leduc
Leduc is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada.
Leduc was established in 1899, when Robert Telford, a settler, bought land near a lake that would later bear his name.
The municipality of Leduc was officially incorporated as the Village of Leduc on December 15, 1899, attained town status on December 15, 1906.
Leduc became a city in 1983.
The population of the City of Leduc according to its 2019 municipal census is 33,032.
Leduc was Granted a Coat of Arms in 2004, The coat of arms is expressly designed to represent qualities specifically related to Leduc.
Leduc City Motto “Integritas Unitas Firmitas”.
Leduc is 730 m (2,400 ft) above sea level.
The City of Leduc is located 30 km south of EDMONTON. Originally a telegraph terminus and stop on the Calgary and Edmonton Railway (1891), the community grew as an agricultural centre.
Leduc is 33 km (21 mi) south of the provincial capital of Edmonton and is part of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region.