North Battleford

What is North Battleford known for?


live game

to a wealth of plant and animal species. Experience more nature across the road at the Battlefords Goose Project. *


edison john clayton loney

First Nation who was a dancer. Their children are Cree Summer and Rainbow Sun (Rainbow Sun Francks). accessdate 2008-10-12 residence North Battleford, Saskatchewan footnotes * Edison John Clayton Loney b. 1929 first elected in 1963 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Bruce (Bruce (electoral district)), Ontario. * Charles Edwin Long b. 1879 first elected in 1917


visual

last Edwards first Glenn year 2008 title invisible man journal techlife volume 1 issue 2 pages 38–41 location Edmonton, Alberta publisher Northern Alberta Institute of Technology accessdate March 3, 2011 url http: nait.travelpress.com index.php?dir 174608_042508_TL&spage 38 quote Award-winning visual effects artist hopes his best work is never noticed. Bruce Woloshyn creates visual effects that enhance TV and film scripts.

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prominent feature

birth_place North Battleford, Saskatchewan known_for Canadian politician, statesman, philanthropist, author, educator Personal life Axworthy was born in North Battleford, Saskatchewan to a family with strong United Church (United Church of Canada) roots, and received his BA from the University of Winnipeg (then known as United College) in 1961. He received his MA (Master of Arts (postgraduate)) and PhD from Princeton University in 1963 and 1972 respectively, returning to Canada to teach at the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg. Fisher was arrested, 25 July 1997 in Calgary. He was convicted (conviction (law)) 22 November 1999, and sentenced on 4 January 2000. He was given a life sentence, however, due to applicable laws at the time of the crime, he will be eligible to apply for parole in 10 years, rather than the current 25, after the sentence. On 23 September 2003, the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan unanimously denied Fisher's appeal of his conviction


conservative member

First Nation who was a dancer. Their children are Cree Summer and Rainbow Sun (Rainbow Sun Francks). accessdate 2008-10-12 residence North Battleford, Saskatchewan footnotes * Edison John Clayton Loney b. 1929 first elected in 1963 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Bruce (Bruce (electoral district)), Ontario. * Charles Edwin Long b. 1879 first elected in 1917

as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for North Battleford, Saskatchewan. * Judi Longfield b. 1947 first elected in 1997 as Liberal (Liberal Party of Canada) member for Whitby—Ajax, Ontario. * William Folger Nickle b. 1869 first elected in 1911 as Conservative (Conservative Party of Canada (historical)) member for Kingston (Kingston (electoral district)), Ontario. * Dorise Winifred Nielsen b. 1902 first elected in 1940 as Unity (Canada) Unity

member for North Battleford, Saskatchewan. * Erik Nielsen b. 1924 first elected in 1957 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Yukon (Yukon (electoral district)), Yukon. * Gordon Towers b. 1919 first elected in 1972 as Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Canada) member for Red Deer (Red Deer (electoral district)), Alberta. * Frederick William Townley-Smith b. 1887 first elected in 1945


active rock

- CJNB 1050 AM North Battleford Northwestern Radio Partnership (Rawlco Communications) country (country music) - - VF2413 00 88.9 FM North Battleford Western Development Museum community radio - - CJHD-FM 00 93.3 FM North Battleford Northwestern Radio Partnership (Rawlco Communications) active rock - - CJLR


liberal conservative

as Cooperative Commonwealth Federation member for North Battleford, Saskatchewan. * Charles James Townshend b. 1844 first elected in 1884 as Liberal-Conservative member for Cumberland (Cumberland (electoral district)), Nova Scotia. Wikipedia:North Battleford


serving member

to 1996. Eiling Kramer was born in 1914, in the North Battleford district. After attending school in Highworth, Eiling became a rancher and an auctioneer before pursuing a lifetime of public service. He is remembered as one of the most charming and colourful characters to grace Saskatchewan's political scene. He is the longest-serving member in the history of Saskatchewan's Legislative Assembly. First elected in 1952 as the member of the Legislative Assembly for North Battleford, Eiling won re-election in every campaign he contested. He served as a Cabinet minister in the New Democratic Party of Saskatchewan governments under Woodrow Lloyd and Allan Blakeney, managing portfolios that included the departments of Natural Resources, Co-operation and Co-operatives, and Highways. He was involved with the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, the Sherwood Co-op Association, the Saskatchewan Farmers' Union, and the Lions and Cosmopolitan Clubs. In Saskatchewan, Cree protesters blockaded the Yellowhead Highway near North Battleford in solidarity with the Six Nations (Iroquois) protesters in Caledonia. Following negotiations with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the roadblock was removed after about two hours. Wikipedia:North Battleford


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at the turn of the century. The gallery was the winner of the 1999 and 2002 Attractions Canada "Best Provincial Indoor Site" award. *


online publication

' News Optimist It is published weekly on Wednesdays and Fridays, and has circulation in the surrounding area. ''The Battlefords' Daily News'' is a widely read online publication of news and local events which is updated regularly. ''Feed The Artist Magazine'' Feed The Artist Magazine is a local non-profit periodical print and online publication that features the work of primarily local artists

North Battleford

'''North Battleford''' is a small city in west central Saskatchewan, Canada. It is directly across the North Saskatchewan River from the town of Battleford. Together, the two communities are known as "The Battlefords". North Battleford borders the Rural Municipality of North Battleford No. 437 (North Battleford No. 437, Saskatchewan), as well as the North Battleford Crown Colony (census subdivision). geodepot.statcan.ca

The Battlefords are served by the Yellowhead Highway and Highway 4 (Saskatchewan Highway 4), Highway 26 (Saskatchewan Highway 26), Highway 29 (Saskatchewan Highway 29), and Highway 40 (Saskatchewan Highway 40).

The Battlefords Provincial Park is 40 km north on Highway 4.

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