|Village of Irma|
|Census Division||No. 7|
|Municipal district||M.D. of Wainwright No. 61|
|• Mayor||Douglas Coubrough|
|• Governing body||Irma Village Council|
|• Total||1.11 km2 (0.43 sq mi)|
|Elevation||690 m (2,260 ft)|
|• Density||410.7/km2 (1,064/sq mi)|
|Time zone||MST (UTC-7)|
The Village of Irma came into being in 1908 when the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway came through. Irma was later incorporated as a Village on May 30, 1912. The village was supposedly named after the daughter of the GTPR second vice-president General William Wainwright. Records show three major fires in the downtown area. These broke out in 1911, 1931 and 1963. Most of the buildings on the main street (now 50 Street) were reconstructed after the 1931 fire. Alberta's first rural high school is located in Irma.
In the 2011 Census, the Village of Irma had a population of 457 living in 204 of its 229 total dwellings, a 2.9% change from its 2006 population of 444. With a land area of 1.11 km2 (0.43 sq mi), it had a population density of 411.7/km2 (1,066.3/sq mi) in 2011.
In 2006, Irma had a population of 444 living in 213 dwellings, a 2.1% increase from 2001. The village has a land area of 1.11 km2 (0.43 sq mi) and a population density of 399.0 /km2 (1,033 /sq mi).
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- Statistics Canada (Census 2006). "Irma - Community Profile". Retrieved 2007-06-09.