Cochrane, Alberta

What is Cochrane, Alberta known for?


national film

authorlink Statistics Canada accessdate 2007-06-10 Arts and culture Cochrane Ranch provided the corral setting for the 1954 National Film Board of Canada documentary ''Corral (Corral (film))'', by Colin Low (Colin Low (filmmaker)), whose father had worked as a foreman at the ranch. This film played theatrically across Canada and was named Best Documentary at the Venice Film Festival. as Highway 734 to north of the Pembina River, north of the Elk River (Elk River 233, Alberta) Indian reserve, where it becomes the fourth segment of Highway 40. '''Cochrane High School''' is a public secondary school located near Cochrane (Cochrane, Alberta), Alberta, Canada. The school's enrollment is approximately 700 to 800 students, in grades 9 through 12. The school falls under the jurisdiction of the Rocky View Schools Division.


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a school at the top of the Big Hill. The hill is also a popular training ground for cyclists (cycling) from the area, who take advantage of its 7% grade and 3.5 km distance. Demographics as Highway 734 to north of the Pembina River, north of the Elk River (Elk River 233, Alberta) Indian reserve, where it becomes the fourth segment of Highway 40. '''Cochrane High School''' is a public secondary school located near Cochrane (Cochrane, Alberta), Alberta, Canada. The school's enrollment is approximately 700 to 800 students, in grades 9 through 12. The school falls under the jurisdiction of the Rocky View Schools Division.


member community

Category:1903 establishments in Alberta Category:Calgary Region Category:Rocky View County Category:Towns in Alberta The film, set in Nevada and other parts of the American West in the 19th century, is a juxtaposition of a western (western movie) with a kung fu action film with extended martial arts sequences. It also has elements of comedy and the "Buddy Cop (Buddy cop film)" film genre, as it involves two men of different personalities and ethnicities (a Chinese imperial guard and a Western outlaw) who team up to stop a crime. It was partially filmed in the Canadian Badlands, near Drumheller, Alberta, Canada, and also near Cochrane (Cochrane, Alberta), Alberta. A sequel, ''Shanghai Knights'', was released in 2003. * Coaldale (Coaldale, Alberta) - ''Coaldale Sunny South News'' * Cochrane (Cochrane, Alberta) - ''Cochrane Times'', ''Cochrane Eagle'' * Cold Lake (Cold Lake, Alberta) - ''Cold Lake Sun'', ''Cold Lake Courier'' Domtar also operated a wood treatment facility in Cochrane, Alberta, treating railroad ties. This ceased operation about 1982, leaving significantly contaminated land. The latest of several clean-up operations is attempting to prevent the underground migration of the main contaminant plume. Building of non-residential structures is now in progress on part of the land. Veterans Boulevard, Airdrie (Airdrie, Alberta) From Hwy 22 (Alberta Highway 22) north of Cochrane (Cochrane, Alberta), through Airdrie (Airdrie, Alberta), to Hwy 9 (Alberta Highway 9) south of Irricana (Irricana, Alberta) 64 - CFIT-FM-1 (CFIT-FM) 00 95.3


education program

, Grades 1–8 **St. Timothy (St. Timothy High School (Cochrane)): Grades 7–12 **Nôtre Dame Des Vallées: Kindergarten, Grades 1–8 (French-Catholic school GSACFR#4 or CSCFSA) In November 2006 the Rocky View School Division accepted a proposal by the Cochrane Christ-Centred Education Society to set up a Protestant Christian education program in Cochrane. The Cochrane Christian Academy opened its doors at Mitford Middle School in September 2007, offering kindergarten to grade 4. Approval


annual events

title Corral work NFB.ca publisher National Film Board of Canada accessdate 2009-09-01 Cochrane houses attractions such as Cochrane Ranche Historic Site and Bert Sheppard Stockmen's Foundation Library And Archives, located in the Cochrane Ranchehouse. Cochrane is home to many annual events each year: * Chamber of Commerce Trade Fair: Early May * Canada Day (July 1) http: www.cochrane.ca municipal toc webcms.nsf AllDoc


low power

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series population

series, Population, Geographic distributions (Alberta) year 1982 publisher Statistics Canada 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


kindergarten

boundaries. *Rocky View School Division **Bow Valley High School: Grades 9–12 **Cochrane High School (Cochrane High School (Cochrane, Alberta)): Grades 9–12 **Elizabeth Barret Elementary School: Kindergarten, Grades 1–4 **Glenbow Elementary School: Kindergarten, Grades 1–5 **Mitford Middle School: Grades 5–8 **Manachaban School: Kindergarten, Grades 1–8 **Cochrane Christian Academy: Kindergarten, Grades 1-8 *Calgary Catholic School District **Holy Spirit: Kindergarten

, Grades 1–8 **St. Timothy (St. Timothy High School (Cochrane)): Grades 7–12 **Nôtre Dame Des Vallées: Kindergarten, Grades 1–8 (French-Catholic school GSACFR#4 or CSCFSA) In November 2006 the Rocky View School Division accepted a proposal by the Cochrane Christ-Centred Education Society to set up a Protestant Christian education program in Cochrane. The Cochrane Christian Academy opened its doors at Mitford Middle School in September 2007, offering kindergarten to grade 4. Approval


population

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a school at the top of the Big Hill. The hill is also a popular training ground for cyclists (cycling) from the area, who take advantage of its 7% grade and 3.5 km distance. Demographics


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a school at the top of the Big Hill. The hill is also a popular training ground for cyclists (cycling) from the area, who take advantage of its 7% grade and 3.5 km distance. Demographics

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Counts, for Canada, Provinces and Territories, and Census Divisions, 2001 and 1996 Censuses - 100% Data (Alberta) url http: www12.statcan.gc.ca english census01 products standard popdwell Table-CSD-D.cfm?PR 48 publisher Statistics Canada accessdate 2012-04-02

Cochrane, Alberta

'''Cochrane''' is a town in the Canadian (Canada) province of Alberta. The town is located 18 km west of the Calgary city limits along Highway 1A (Alberta Highway 1A). With a population of 17,580, Cochrane is the second largest town in Alberta (List of towns in Alberta#List of towns) and one of the fastest growing communities in Canada. It is part of Calgary's census metropolitan area and a member community of the Calgary Regional Partnership (Calgary Region) (CRP). The town is surrounded by Rocky View County.

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