Medicine Hat

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professional hockey player * Trevor Linden, former professional hockey player, member of the Order of Canada, and recipient of the Order of British Columbia


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. *Downtown Medicine Hat is lit with 277 old-fashioned '''gas lights''' that burn around the clock. *'''Saint Patrick's Church''' is one of the largest continuously-poured concrete structures in the world, and a Heritage Site. It's a good example of "Gothic Revival" architecture *The city has opened a multi-million dollar arts and heritage center called '''The Esplanade''', which houses the municipal museum, an art gallery, and a state-of-the-art performance space for touring and local

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and Personal Excellence (CAPE). The Medicine Hat College is located in south Medicine Hat. The first students were accepted to the college in 1965. Now with over 2,500 students and three campuses, the college has grown into an integral part of the community. The Medicine Hat College Rattlers athletic program include basketball, volleyball, golf, soccer and futsol. Media Medicine Hat has several radio (radio stations) and television stations


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The species has likely always been rare, and the modern black-footed ferret represents a relic population. The earliest reported occurrence of the species is from a late Illinoian deposit in Clay County (Clay County, Nebraska), Nebraska, and is further recorded from Sangamonian deposits in Nebraska and Medicine Hat. Fossils have also been found in Alaska dating from the Pleistocene. *Kamloops, British


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as a historic district. The district features examples of over 20,000 pieces of ceramic and pottery as well as a guided tour of the facilities and watching resident artists at work. Adults $6.00, Seniors 65 + $5.00, Youths 7 - 16 $5.00, Children 6 & under Free, Family Day Pass $25.00, 2005 Family Season Pass $45.00. * The Medicine Hat Chess Club's '''Giant Chess Set Project''', located near The Esplanade, is the world's largest chess set featuring full-sized three-dimensional pieces


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Deer , Jean Côté (Jean Cote, Alberta), Lac La Biche (Lac La Biche, Alberta), Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Peace River (Peace River, Alberta). On September 29, 2009, Buckcherry released their first live album, ''Live & Loud 2009'', which they played some of their biggest songs such as "Sorry (Sorry (Buckcherry song))", "Lit Up", "Crazy Bitch", and much more. The album was recorded in May 2009 during their Canadian tour in Edmonton


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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


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. DATE OF BIRTH December 27, 1953 PLACE OF BIRTH Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada DATE OF DEATH In its final years, the OK Hotel had become a treasured home for Seattle's lively creative music scene, featuring such artists as Bill Frisell, Wayne Horvitz with Zony Mash and Ponga (Ponga (band)), Robin Holcomb, Medicine Hat, Sweet Water, the Living Daylights, Amy Denio and the Black Cat Orchestra. birth_date


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, Alberta - CHLB (CHLB-FM), CJBZ (CJBZ-FM) * Medicine Hat, Alberta - CHAT (CHAT-FM), CFMY (CFMY-FM) * Nanaimo, British Columbia - CHWF (CHWF-FM), CKWV (CKWV-FM) birth_place Montreal, Quebec, Canada origin Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada instrument Vocals (Singing), Guitar Early life Terri Clark was born on August 5, 1968 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Clark's family eventually


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as a historic district. The district features examples of over 20,000 pieces of ceramic and pottery as well as a guided tour of the facilities and watching resident artists at work. Adults $6.00, Seniors 65 + $5.00, Youths 7 - 16 $5.00, Children 6 & under Free, Family Day Pass $25.00, 2005 Family Season Pass $45.00. * The Medicine Hat Chess Club's '''Giant Chess Set Project''', located near The Esplanade, is the world's largest chess set featuring full-sized three-dimensional pieces

Medicine Hat

'''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".

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