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The hamlet is located on the north shore of Lac La Biche, a large lake in Alberta's boreal forest. The community lies at an elevation of 579 m (1,900 ft) and has a population of 2,834 according to the Canada 2011 Census. It is served by Lac La Biche Airport and Highway 881. History [ edit ] Lac la Biche was named for "the white fish" in Cree. In 1878 Alexander Mackenzie travelled down from Great Slave Lake through Fort Chipewyan en route to Fort McMurray via what became known as Mackenzie's Trail.