Flin Flon

What is Flin Flon known for?


590

. In-flight reading on Calm Air. *''Cottage North Magazine'' - local interest, local stories, and local people - published by the Reminder newspaper January, March, May, July, September, and November. ;Books *''Tales From a Town With a Funny Name'' - by Doug Evans. ;Radio *CFAR (CFAR (AM)) 590 (AM), 102.9 (FM) *CBWF-FM (CBW (AM)) 90.9, (CBC Radio One) *CKSB-4-FM (CKSB (AM)) 99.9, (Première Chaîne) *CIFF-FM 101.1, ( Native Communications NCI

Junior Hockey League (SJHL), and are based in Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada. The team moved and became the Edmonton Oil Kings in 1978, but the Flin Flon Bomber name was retained. The team was briefly known as the Creighton Bombers from 1984 to 1986 (due to SJHL rules) but were allowed to change the name back to the Flin Flon Bombers in 1986. Radio station CFAR (AM) 590 live broadcasts a select number of home and away games throughout the year. Coming west for the Canadian

''' is a Canadian actress, playwright, and jazz singer, born in 1971 in Flin Flon, Manitoba and based in Saskatchewan. - CFAR (CFAR (AM)) 0 590 AM Flin Flon Gordon Rawlinson adult contemporary - - CBWF-FM (CBW (AM)) 00 90.9 FM Flin Flon CBC Radio One public (public broadcasting) news talk radio talk


online film

. In 1978, the National Film Board of Canada produced the short documentary ''Canada Vignettes: Flin Flon'' about the origin of the city's name. Geography thumb left Flin Flon in the fall (File:Flin Flon in the Fall.JPG) File:2009-0520-WhitneyLake-FlinFlon.JPG thumb


musical production

performances, including those produced by the local theatre troupe "Ham Sandwich". In 2010, the Northern Visual Arts Centre (or NorVA) was established as a studio and gallery space for local visual artists. NorVA frequently hosts workshops, concerts and other community arts-based events. Every two years, the Flin Flon Community Choir, directed by Crystal Kolt, performs a musical production for the community. In 2013, the Flin Flon Community Choir presented Chicago: The Musical, to great acclaim. Past performances have included Beauty and the Beast, Fiddler on the Roof, and Bombertown, among many others. Culture Days, a national festival celebrating arts and culture, is a popular event in Flin Flon. Culture Days is held on the last weekend of September each year. In 2013, Flin Flon ranked seventh in the country for the number of free events (including concerts, workshops, artist talks and kids' activities) offered to community members and visitors. Sports thumb left Retired jerseys that include some NHL greats (File:Flin Flon Bombers 3.JPG) thumb right Flin Flon Bombers home game at the Whitney Forum (File:Flin Flon Bombers 1.JPG) Flin Flon is the home of the Flin Flon Bombers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and the birthplace of NHL (National Hockey League) great and Hall of Fame (Hockey Hall of Fame) member Bobby Clarke. As captain of the team, he led the Philadelphia Flyers to NHL Championships in the 1970s, and was also a star on Team Canada 1972 in the Summit Series. Other NHLers hailing from Flin Flon include Ken Baird, Ken Baumgartner, Matt Davidson (Matt Davidson (hockey)), Kim Davis, Dean Evason, Al Hamilton, Ted Hampson (who was the second player to ever receive the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy), Gerry Hart, Ron Hutchinson (Ron Hutchinson (ice hockey)), George Konik, Ray Maluta, Tom Gilmore (Tom Gilmore (ice hockey)), Dunc McCallum, Eric Nesterenko, Mel Pearson (Mel Pearson (ice hockey b. 1938)), Reid Simpson, David Struch and Ernie Wakely. Media ;Newspapers & Magazines *''The Reminder (The Reminder (Flin Flon))'' - Monday, Wednesday and Friday - Flin Flon's only newspaper. *''Northroots Magazine'' - a bi-monthly glossy, regional publication, '''northroots.ca''' published February, April, June, August, October and December. In-flight reading on Calm Air. *''Cottage North Magazine'' - local interest, local stories, and local people - published by the Reminder newspaper January, March, May, July, September, and November. ;Books *''Tales From a Town With a Funny Name'' - by Doug Evans. ;Radio *CFAR (CFAR (AM)) 590 (AM), 102.9 (FM) *CBWF-FM (CBW (AM)) 90.9, (CBC Radio One) *CKSB-4-FM (CKSB (AM)) 99.9, (Première Chaîne) *CIFF-FM 101.1, (NCI (Native Communications)) ;Television *CKYF-TV (CKY-DT) channel 13 (CTV (CTV Television Network), analogue repeater of CKY-DT Winnipeg) *Shaw Communications operates a community programming channel; CATV Channel 11: Shaw TV Television in Flin Flon began in June 1962 with the opening of CBC Television station CBWBT channel 10. The station broadcast kine (Kinescope) recordings, sent to the transmitter from CBWT (CBWT-DT) Winnipeg. On March 1, 1969, the province-wide microwave system replaced the kine recordings originating at CBWT, giving citizens of Flin Flon access to live television. wikipedia:Flin Flon, Manitoba


free events

Community Choir presented Chicago: The Musical, to great acclaim. Past performances have included Beauty and the Beast, Fiddler on the Roof, and Bombertown, among many others. Culture Days, a national festival celebrating arts and culture, is a popular event in Flin Flon. Culture Days is held on the last weekend of September each year. In 2013, Flin Flon ranked seventh in the country for the number of free events (including concerts, workshops, artist talks


history founding

) is a Canadian (Canada) mining city, located on the border of Manitoba and Saskatchewan, with the majority of the city located within Manitoba. History Founding thumb left 200px Dog Sled Race (1954) (File:Dog Sled Race Flin Flon Manitoba Feb031954.jpg) Flin Flon was founded in 1927 by Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting (Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co.) (HBM&S) to exploit the large copper and zinc ore resources in the region. In the 1920s, HBM&S invested


arts based

performances, including those produced by the local theatre troupe "Ham Sandwich". In 2010, the Northern Visual Arts Centre (or NorVA) was established as a studio and gallery space for local visual artists. NorVA frequently hosts workshops, concerts and other community arts-based events. Every two years, the Flin Flon Community Choir, directed by Crystal Kolt, performs a musical production for the community. In 2013, the Flin Flon


culture arts

" , July 22, 2009, retrieved July 22, 2009 Culture Arts Flin Flon has an active local arts & culture scene. The Flin Flon Arts Council has been instrumental in building the local arts scene of late, and has also brought high-quality performers, such as the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, into the community for special events. The R.H. Channing Auditorium in the Flin Flon Community Hall often hosts concerts and theatrical


home game

and kids' activities) offered to community members and visitors. Sports thumb left Retired jerseys that include some NHL greats (File:Flin Flon Bombers 3.JPG) thumb right Flin Flon Bombers home game at the Whitney Forum (File:Flin Flon Bombers 1.JPG) Flin Flon is the home of the Flin Flon Bombers of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and the birthplace of NHL (National Hockey League) great and Hall of Fame (Hockey Hall of Fame) member Bobby Clarke. As captain of the team, he led the Philadelphia Flyers to NHL Championships in the 1970s, and was also a star on Team Canada 1972 in the Summit Series. Other NHLers hailing from Flin Flon include Ken Baird, Ken Baumgartner, Matt Davidson (Matt Davidson (hockey)), Kim Davis, Dean Evason, Al Hamilton, Ted Hampson (who was the second player to ever receive the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy), Gerry Hart, Ron Hutchinson (Ron Hutchinson (ice hockey)), George Konik, Ray Maluta, Tom Gilmore (Tom Gilmore (ice hockey)), Dunc McCallum, Eric Nesterenko, Mel Pearson (Mel Pearson (ice hockey b. 1938)), Reid Simpson, David Struch and Ernie Wakely. Media ;Newspapers & Magazines *''The Reminder (The Reminder (Flin Flon))'' - Monday, Wednesday and Friday - Flin Flon's only newspaper. *''Northroots Magazine'' - a bi-monthly glossy, regional publication, '''northroots.ca''' published February, April, June, August, October and December. In-flight reading on Calm Air. *''Cottage North Magazine'' - local interest, local stories, and local people - published by the Reminder newspaper January, March, May, July, September, and November. ;Books *''Tales From a Town With a Funny Name'' - by Doug Evans. ;Radio *CFAR (CFAR (AM)) 590 (AM), 102.9 (FM) *CBWF-FM (CBW (AM)) 90.9, (CBC Radio One) *CKSB-4-FM (CKSB (AM)) 99.9, (Première Chaîne) *CIFF-FM 101.1, (NCI (Native Communications)) ;Television *CKYF-TV (CKY-DT) channel 13 (CTV (CTV Television Network), analogue repeater of CKY-DT Winnipeg) *Shaw Communications operates a community programming channel; CATV Channel 11: Shaw TV Television in Flin Flon began in June 1962 with the opening of CBC Television station CBWBT channel 10. The station broadcast kine (Kinescope) recordings, sent to the transmitter from CBWT (CBWT-DT) Winnipeg. On March 1, 1969, the province-wide microwave system replaced the kine recordings originating at CBWT, giving citizens of Flin Flon access to live television. wikipedia:Flin Flon, Manitoba


live television

the kine recordings originating at CBWT, giving citizens of Flin Flon access to live television. The repeater (along with Radio-Canada (Télévision de Radio-Canada) repeater CBWFT-2 (CBWFT-DT) channel 3) closed down July 31, 2012, due to the CBC's closure of its rebroadcasters.


rich gold

kilometers southwest of Creighton. In addition, though not legally exempted, Creighton and neighbouring Denare Beach informally observe Daylight saving time in spite of a provincial prohibition on the official use of it (Time in Saskatchewan), thus keeping in sync with the community that is its primary public service resource. Flin Flon's radio and TV outlets are available in Creighton. In the early 20th century, rich gold, copper, and zinc deposits were discovered nearby in what would soon become the area of Flin Flon, Manitoba. Mining development in the area fueled a great deal of local infrastructure development, beginning with the extension of the rail line and Highway 10 from The Pas, Manitoba to Flin Flon, both of which passed through Cranberry Portage, a requirement of having large lakes lying North and South of the traditional portage. The '''Northern Region''' is a region (List of regions of Manitoba) in the Canadian (Canada) province of Manitoba. It is situated on the Canadian Shield and includes Manitoba's Hudson Bay coastline. The major economic activities are mining and tourism. The region is composed of four census divisions (Census divisions of Manitoba): 19 and 21–23 . The land area of the region is 438,491.51 km² (169,302.52 mi²), which encompasses 67% of Manitoba's total land area. The vast majority of the region is undeveloped wilderness. Its total population as of the 2001 census (Canada 2001 Census) was 82,427, which is only 6.7% of Manitoba's total population in the 2001 census (Canada 2001 Census). The largest municipality is the city of Thompson (Thompson, Manitoba). Other major population centers include the city of Flin Flon and the town of The Pas. Indian reserves comprise more than 49% of the region's population. There are 54 reserves with a total population of 40,572. The largest of these are Norway House 17 (Norway House 17, Manitoba) and Peguis 1B (Peguis 1B, Manitoba). In the United States, the National Institute on Drug Abuse fulfills that function. NIDA administers a contract with the University of Mississippi to grow a 1.5 acre (6,000 m²) crop of cannabis every other year; that supply comprises the only licit source of cannabis for medical and research purposes in the United States. wikipedia:Flin Flon, Manitoba

Flin Flon

'''Flin Flon''' (pop. 5,592 in 2011 census; 5,363 in Manitoba and 229 in Saskatchewan) is a Canadian (Canada) mining city, located on the border of Manitoba and Saskatchewan, with the majority of the city located within Manitoba.

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