Brooks, Alberta

What is Brooks, Alberta known for?


foods

, is located in Brooks and ships meat across the country and internationally. In 2012, while the plant was owned by XL Foods, it released meat contaminated with ''E. coli'', and was shut down for a month.

in business with air of guarded optimism url http: www.theglobeandmail.com news national cfia-gives-troubled-xl-foods-plant-the-green-light-to-resume-operations article4630896 publisher The Globe and Mail accessdate October 25, 2012 date October 23, 2012

, 2012 date October 25, 2012 The plant has over 2000 employees. http: www.foodsafetyfirst.ca 2012 10 29 morale-good-as-2000-xl-foods-employees-go-back-to-work Arts and culture Brooks has won the Communities in Bloom competition four times in a row. Brooks has won Tidiness and Community Involvement Awards at a national level. The Brooks Public Library, with a collection of over 50,000 items, serves both the City


national film

accessdate 2011-10-24 The community's multicultural character was also the subject of a 2007 National Film Board of Canada documentary, ''24 Days in Brooks'', directed by Dana Inkster. '''Rosemary''' is a village in southern Alberta. It is located 30 km north-west of the city of Brooks (Brooks, Alberta) and 14 km north of the Trans-Canada Highway. It is home to one school and several businesses. '''Tilley''' is a village in southern Alberta, Canada. It is located within the County of Newell (Newell County, Alberta) approximately 22 km southeast of the City of Brooks (Brooks, Alberta) and 78 km northwest of the City of Medicine Hat (Medicine Hat, Alberta). The '''Brooks Bandits''' are an ice hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. They play in Brooks, Alberta at the Centennial Regional Arena, capacity 1,704.


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location Ottawa page 4.1–4.10 chapter Table 4: Population and Total Occupied Dwellings, for Census Divisions and Subdivisions, 1976 and 1981 isbn 0-660-51095-2

and 1986 isbn 0-660-53463-0

Overview – Population and Dwelling Counts year 1997 publisher Statistics Canada location Ottawa pages 136–146 chapter Table 10: Population and Dwelling Counts, for Census Divisions, Census Subdivisions (Municipalities) and Designated Places, 1991 and 1996 Censuses – 100% Data isbn 0-660-59283-5


foods

, is located in Brooks and ships meat across the country and internationally. In 2012, while the plant was owned by XL Foods, it released meat contaminated with ''E. coli'', and was shut down for a month.

in business with air of guarded optimism url http: www.theglobeandmail.com news national cfia-gives-troubled-xl-foods-plant-the-green-light-to-resume-operations article4630896 publisher The Globe and Mail accessdate October 25, 2012 date October 23, 2012

, 2012 date October 25, 2012 The plant has over 2000 employees. http: www.foodsafetyfirst.ca 2012 10 29 morale-good-as-2000-xl-foods-employees-go-back-to-work Arts and culture Brooks has won the Communities in Bloom competition four times in a row. Brooks has won Tidiness and Community Involvement Awards at a national level. The Brooks Public Library, with a collection of over 50,000 items, serves both the City


population

-pl Table-Tableau.cfm?LANG Eng&T 206&S 3&RPP 125 title Population and dwelling counts, for census agglomerations, 2011 and 2006 censuses publisher Statistics Canada date February 8, 2012 accessdate 2012-03-06 population_note population_total 13676 population_density_km2 751.9 population_metro

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as a village on July 14, 1910, and then as a town on September 8, 1911. Its population in the 1911 Census of Canada (Canada 1911 Census) was 486. In the 1996 Census (Canada 1996 Census), the population of Brooks reached 10,093 making it eligible for city status.


work documentary

accessdate 2011-10-24 The community's multicultural character was also the subject of a 2007 National Film Board of Canada documentary, ''24 Days in Brooks'', directed by Dana Inkster.


title population

-pl Table-Tableau.cfm?LANG Eng&T 206&S 3&RPP 125 title Population and dwelling counts, for census agglomerations, 2011 and 2006 censuses publisher Statistics Canada date February 8, 2012 accessdate 2012-03-06 population_note population_total 13676 population_density_km2 751.9 population_metro

-recensement 2011 dp-pd hlt-fst pd-pl Table-Tableau.cfm?LANG Eng&T 302&SR 1&S 51&O A&RPP 9999&PR 48&CMA 0 title Population and dwelling counts, for Canada, provinces and territories, and census subdivisions (municipalities), 2011 and 2006 censuses publisher Statistics Canada date February 8, 2012 accessdate 2012-02-08 The population of the City of Brooks according to its 2007 municipal census is 13,581.

accessdate 2011-10-24 The community's multicultural character was also the subject of a 2007 National Film Board of Canada documentary, ''24 Days in Brooks'', directed by Dana Inkster.


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; with other sectors including metal manufacturing, food processing and construction. It is also a retail and service centre for the surrounding area. Canada's second largest beef-processing facility, owned by JBS Canada


historical year

page 6.50–6.53 chapter Population by specified age groups and sex, for census subdivisions, 1966


team made

'''Rosemary''' is a village in southern Alberta. It is located 30 km north-west of the city of Brooks (Brooks, Alberta) and 14 km north of the Trans-Canada Highway. It is home to one school and several businesses. '''Tilley''' is a village in southern Alberta, Canada. It is located within the County of Newell (Newell County, Alberta) approximately 22 km southeast of the City of Brooks (Brooks, Alberta) and 78 km northwest of the City of Medicine Hat (Medicine Hat, Alberta). The '''Brooks Bandits''' are an ice hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League. They play in Brooks, Alberta at the Centennial Regional Arena, capacity 1,704.

Brooks, Alberta

'''Brooks''' is a city in southeast Alberta (Southern Alberta), Canada surrounded by the County of Newell. It is located on Highway 1 (Alberta Highway 1) (Trans-Canada Highway) and the Canadian Pacific Railway, approximately .

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