; ref * Arnold Tremere, Executive Director of the Canadian International Grains Institute (government official) * Tommy Tweed, playwright, actor
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in its history (Medicine Hat Tigers#Season-by-season record). Numerous Tigers alumni (Medicine Hat Tigers#NHL alumni) moved on to play in the National Hockey League (NHL). Government Long-serving MP Monte Solberg revealed in September 2008 that he would not be running in the next election. LaVar Payne won election as MP for Medicine Hat in the subsequent election in October, 2008, and again in 2011. Both Solberg and Payne are members of the Conservative Party of Canada.<
and livestock, also made the town a viable service centre with a well established transportation route. An economic boom was experienced between 1909–1914 bringing the population to over 10,000. Little growth occurred between the World Wars, although the population swelled in the mid-1940s due to the town hosting one of the largest Second World War (World War II) P.O.W. camps (Prisoner-of-war camp) in Canada. It was not until the 1950s that the town again experienced significant commercial development
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development. Today, Medicine Hat prides itself as one of the most economical places to live in Canada, with its unique city-owned gas utility and power generation plant being predominant factors. Major industries have included chemical plants, a Goodyear tire and rubber plant, greenhouses, numerous oil and gas related companies, a foundry, I-XL Industries (a brickworks dating from the 1880s), I-XL Industries Acquired by Friends of Medalta in Hope of Preserving Medicine Hat's Industrial Heritage
and livestock, also made the town a viable service centre with a well established transportation route. An economic boom was experienced between 1909–1914 bringing the population to over 10,000. Little growth occurred between the World Wars, although the population swelled in the mid-1940s due to the town hosting one of the largest Second World War (World War II) P.O.W. camps (Prisoner-of-war camp) in Canada. It was not until the 1950s that the town again experienced significant commercial
Hat , Alberta, best known for the lead role in the CBC Television series ''The Beachcombers''. He also hosted CBC's daily cooking-talk show ''Celebrity Cooks'' in the late 1970s. Family Enrico Gerussi, who trained in Italy as a stonemason, was a coal miner working in the Lethbridge, Alberta area, as well as a musician. In 1927, he married Teresina and they moved to Medicine Hat where their eldest son, Bruno, was born. The family subsequently moved to Exshaw (Exshaw, Alberta) where Enrico worked as a sectionman on the Canadian Pacific Railway. Near Exshaw, according to Edna (Hill) Appleby, author of ''Canmore (Canmore, Alberta): The Story of An Era'', there remains a stone bridge built by Mr. Gerussi. DATE OF BIRTH 7 May 1928 PLACE OF BIRTH Medicine Hat, Alberta DATE OF DEATH 21 November 1995 demo-cd Division No. 1 (Division No. 1, Alberta), Division No. 2 (Division No. 2, Alberta), Division No. 4 (Division No. 4, Alberta) demo-csd Medicine Hat, Brooks (Brooks, Alberta), Redcliff (Redcliff, Alberta), Newell County (Newell County, Alberta), Cypress County (Cypress County, Alberta), Municipal District of Taber (Taber, Alberta (municipal district)), Bow Island (Bow Island, Alberta), Bassano (Bassano, Alberta), Forty Mile County No. 8 (Forty Mile County No. 8, Alberta), Foremost (Foremost, Alberta), Barnwell (Barnwell, Alberta), Vauxhall (Vauxhall, Alberta), Empress (Empress, Alberta), Special Area No. 2 (Special Area No. 2, Alberta), Tilley (Tilley, Alberta), Duchess (Duchess, Alberta), Rosemary (Rosemary, Alberta) '''Medicine Hat''' is a federal electoral district (electoral district (Canada)) in Alberta, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons (House of Commons of Canada) since 1908. The riding covers the City of Medicine Hat and surrounding areas on the southeast side of Alberta – including Cypress County (Cypress County, Alberta), Forty Mile County (Forty Mile County No. 8, Alberta), the Municipal District of Taber (Taber, Alberta (municipal district)), the City of Brooks (Brooks, Alberta) and the County of Newell (Newell County, Alberta); and the southern part of Special Area No. 2 south of the Red Deer River. Wikipedia:Medicine Hat commons:Category:Medicine Hat, Alberta
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in 1886. The District has five trustees and comprises three secondary schools, Alexandra Middle School (formerly Alexandra Junior High School), Crescent Heights High School (Crescent Heights High School (Medicine Hat)) and Medicine Hat High School, 12 elementary (K–6) schools, a special needs school for the severely disabled, as well as an Alternative School program which incorporates a joint partnership with the YMCA Teen Moms' Program, YMCA Stay-in-School Program, a program with the former
'''Medicine Hat''' is a city of 61,180 people in southeast (Southern Alberta) Alberta, Canada. It is approximately southeast of Calgary. This city and the adjacent Town of Redcliff (Redcliff, Alberta) to the northwest are surrounded by Cypress County.
It is situated on the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1 (Alberta Highway 1)), the eastern terminus of the Crowsnest Highway, and the South Saskatchewan River. Nearby communities considered part of the Medicine Hat area include the Town of Redcliff (located immediately adjacent to the city's northwest boundary) and the hamlets of Desert Blume (Desert Blume, Alberta), Dunmore (Dunmore, Alberta), Irvine (Irvine, Alberta), Seven Persons (Seven Persons, Alberta), and Veinerville (Veinerville, Alberta). The Cypress Hills (Cypress Hills (Canada)) (including Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park) is a relatively short distance (by car) to the southeast of the city.
Historically, Medicine Hat has been known for its large natural gas fields, being immortalised by Rudyard Kipling as having "all hell for a basement".