Camrose, Alberta

What is Camrose, Alberta known for?


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, North County Fair in Alberta, and Folk on the Rocks Festival in Yellowknife (Yellowknife, Northwest Territories), which was broadcast by CBC Radio North; the 2002 Salmon Arm Roots'n'Blues Fest; and the 2001 Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia) Ska Fest and North County Fair. thumb right Former CKRA logo as "Big Earl 96-dot-3" (Image:Earl radio edmonton.png) On December 12, 2005, 96X flipped to "Big Earl 96 dot 3" and adopted a country music format, as well

as the slogan "He plays anything country". The station's new identity was modelled after Newcap's CFCW (CFCW (AM)) "Big Earl 98 dot 1" station in Camrose (Camrose, Alberta). The last song on 96X was ''Closing Time'' by Semisonic. Within hours of the change, CHBN began broadcasting itself as "Edmonton's Only Hit Music Station" and over the next few months, CHBN expanded its playlist to fill 96X's former niche. The Camrose station was rebranded as "


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area. Founded in 1908, the paper is now one of many Alberta publications owned by Bowes Publishing, a subsidiary of Sun Media, a Quebecor company. - CEQ3 Camrose Airport Camrose (Camrose, Alberta), Alberta - - CMR6 Camrose St. Mary's Hospital Heliport (List of heliports in Canada#45) Camrose (Camrose, Alberta), Alberta - Mad Bomber Society has played at major music events across Canada including the 2003 Stage 13 in Camrose, Alberta Camrose


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to the large number of wild roses which grow in the surrounding parklands. Developed to withstand the drastic Alberta climate, the Camrose Rose was introduced to the city in 1995. Local rose grower Jerry Twomey bred and patented this beautiful rose to honour his birth place. An elegant tea rose, the variety boasts abundant pink blooms and rich green foliage, making it the most stunning flower in our rose beds. It may be seen on display at the Bill Fowler Centre.


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;CAM FM" and began to play classic rock. birth_date birth_place Camrose (Camrose, Alberta), AB (Alberta), CAN (Canada) draft 57th overall '''Tyler Bouck''' (born January 13, 1980 in Camrose (Camrose, Alberta), Alberta) is a professional ice hockey player currently with the ERC Ingolstadt of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga. He has played in the NHL (National Hockey League) for the Dallas Stars, Phoenix Coyotes


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: www.altaebc.ab.ca EBCFINALReport.pdf date June 2010 accessdate January 14, 2012 publisher Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission page 22 Boundary history On May 8, 2011, at the 2011 Royal Bank Cup in Camrose, Alberta, the Pembroke Lumber Kings defeated the BCHL's Vernon Vipers 2-0 to win the CCHL's second ever National Title during the league's 50th anniversary season. thumb right Garneau Theatre (File:Garneau Theater 1.jpg) located in Edmonton, formerly managed by Magic Lantern Cinemas The chain currently operates '''Rainbow Cinemas''' theatres in London (London, Ontario), Ottawa, Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan), Saskatoon (2), Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Thornhill (Thornhill, Ontario), and Toronto (2), and '''Magic Lantern Theatres''' in Camrose (Camrose, Alberta), Peace River (Peace River, Alberta), Spruce Grove (Spruce Grove, Alberta), St. Paul (St. Paul, Alberta), Whitecourt (Whitecourt, Alberta) and Toronto. As well, in Edmonton, Magic Lantern operates the Princess (Princess Theatre (Edmonton)), in the Old Strathcona arts district. Magic Lantern was responsible for restoring the interior of the formerly derilict Garneau Theatre, also in Edmonton's Old Strathcona. It managed this location until June 2011, when its exterior was restored and the theatre was taken over by Metro Cinema Edmonton, a local nonprofit Two probes have been initiated into the collapse of the ''Big Valley Jamboree (w:Big Valley Jamboree)'' stage which killed one person, placed four others in the critical care unit and caused injuries to 75 others in Camrose (w:Camrose, Alberta), Alberta (w:Alberta) located in Canada. Panhandle Productions has brought in independent investigators to determine why the stage collapsed and to collect evidence. Due to the large number of people trapped under the stage the evidence had to be moved for rescue operations. thumb left 100px w:Camrose, Alberta Camrose (File:Camrose, Alberta Location.png), Alberta (w:Alberta) The stage collapsed shortly before 6:00 p.m. local time on Saturday killing 35-year-old Donna Moore, who was attending the festival from Lloydminster (w:Lloydminster). Premier Global Productions supplies the stage for the event, which are transported from venue to venue in sections via three semi trailers. "It's their stage. In fact, I know this stage has been used by Paul McCartney, it's been used by Metallica, and by Tim McGraw on tour." said Larry Werner the producer from Panhandle Productions.


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: www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com index.cfm?PgNm TCE&Params A1ARTA0008242 On August 1, 2009, Billy Currington suffered a concussion at the Big Valley Jamboree in Camrose, Alberta after the stage on which he was performing collapsed during a massive wind storm that also injured Currington's bass guitarist and killed a spectator.


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, was drawn on October 26, 2005. The single winning ticket, worth $54.3 million, was purchased in Camrose (Camrose, Alberta), Alberta by a group of 17 oil and gas plant workers. '''Augustana University College''' was a Lutheran college in Camrose (Camrose, Alberta), Alberta, Canada, from 1910 until its 2004 merger with the University of Alberta. Now known as the Augustana Faculty (University of Alberta Augustana Faculty) of the University of Alberta, it began its


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. Camrose is a scenic community with many parks, leading to its moniker "The Rose City". Camrose offers a relaxed lifestyle with a large population of retirees (Retirement). History The area around Camrose was first settled in around 1900. At that time the nearby settlement of Wetaskiwin was a major centre for pioneers; typically, it was the last stopping-off point before they set out in search of nearby land. The site that was to be Camrose was about a day's journey from


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operations in 1910 under the name Camrose Lutheran College. http: www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com index.cfm?PgNm TCE&Params U1ARTU0000768 The Encyclopedia of Music in Canada In its early years, it provided a significant opportunity for secondary education and was recognized for the quality of its academic program and its endeavour to provide an education that extended beyond the intellect to the "heart and its affections." As such, the university emphasized

Camrose, Alberta

'''Camrose''' is a city in central Alberta, Canada, amid some of the richest farmland (farmland (farming)) in the prairies. It is a relatively small city which originally grew up along a railroad and now grows along Highway 13 (Alberta Highway 13). Camrose is a scenic community with many parks, leading to its moniker "The Rose City". Camrose offers a relaxed lifestyle with a large population of retirees (Retirement).

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