Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

What is Prince Albert, Saskatchewan known for?


live free

to bring in many small independent and major country and native bands to the city. Some artists include Freddy Fender, Donny Parenteau, Michelle Wright, among others. * In the summer of 2005 Tom Cochrane did a live free show as part of the province's Centennial Celebrations. It was held in Prime Ministers Park. * 12th Street Station is a venue at the Prince Albert Winter Festival. It showcases a variety of genres such as blues, rock, jazz, among others. It has grown in popularity each year. * Since the E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts The '''Prince Albert Volunteers''' or '''Prince Albert Rifles''' were a historical body of militia organized in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, which served as Canadian government militia during the North-West Rebellion. '''Pronto Airways LP''' is an airline formed in 2006 and based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It operates cargo, scheduled and charter passenger services in Saskatchewan. Its main bases are Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and Saskatoon. Pronto is part of the West Wind Aviation group. Pronto Airway's fleet mainly consists of several Beechcraft 1900Ds. **Points North (Points North Landing Airport) (Points North Landing Airport) **Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) (Prince Albert (Glass Field) Airport) **Saskatoon (Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport)


stories work

title Official Website of Prince Albert Raiders: Featured Stories work publisher year 2008 url http: www.raiderhockey.com news features index.html?article_id 6 doi accessdate 2008-03-16 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20080307160523 http: www.raiderhockey.com news features index.html?article_id 6 archivedate March 7, 2008 The city is also home to the Prince Albert Mintos of the Midget AAA


amp summer

- Muskoday First Nations — Held in June * Muskoday Pow Wow- Muskoday First Nation — held in August. * Prince Albert Exhibition & Summer Fair * Prince Albert Winter Festival – February 7–25, 2007 – Largest in Western Canada.


school largest

url http: www.srsd119.ca doi accessdate and the Prince Albert Catholic School Division operates nine schools. The city has five high schools. St. Mary High School, and Rivier Academy (private, co-ed) are part of the Prince Albert Catholic School Division, while Carlton Comprehensive High School (largest high school in Saskatchewan), Wesmor (Acronym of the rural elementary schools Wildrose, East Central, Spruce Home, Meath Park, Osborne, and Redwing


radio hot

00 90.1 FM Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) Société canadienne-française de Prince Albert community-owned rebroadcaster of CBKF-FM Regina - - CFMM-FM 00 99.1 FM Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) Rawlco Radio hot adult contemporary - - CHQX (CHQX-FM) 0 101.5 FM


historical conservative

Territories ) was the Chief Factor (Factor (agent)) of the District of Saskatchewan for the Hudson's Bay Company. He resided at Fort Carlton in Canada. He later became a magistrate. Clarke moved to what is today Prince Albert, Saskatchewan in the early 1880s and was a prominent local citizen with connections in the Conservative Party (Conservative Party of Canada (historical)) of Canada. '''Lawrence Clarke''' (June 26, 1832 – October 5, 1890, Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan), Northwest Territories) was the Chief Factor (Factor (agent)) of the District of Saskatchewan for the Hudson's Bay Company. He resided at Fort Carlton in Canada. He later became a magistrate. Clarke moved to what is today Prince Albert, Saskatchewan in the early 1880s and was a prominent local citizen with connections in the Conservative Party (Conservative Party of Canada (historical)) of Canada. - 1987 The '''Prince Albert Volunteers''' or '''Prince Albert Rifles''' were a historical body of militia organized in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, which served as Canadian government militia during the North-West Rebellion. '''Pronto Airways LP''' is an airline formed in 2006 and based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It operates cargo, scheduled and charter passenger services in Saskatchewan. Its main bases are Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and Saskatoon. Pronto is part of the West Wind Aviation group. Pronto Airway's fleet mainly consists of several Beechcraft 1900Ds. **Points North (Points North Landing Airport) (Points North Landing Airport) **Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) (Prince Albert (Glass Field) Airport) **Saskatoon (Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport)


annual arts

in June *Evergreen Artisan Market – Annual arts festival in Prince Albert which celebrates craft, art, music and food. — November The '''Prince Albert Volunteers''' or '''Prince Albert Rifles''' were a historical body of militia organized in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, which served as Canadian government militia during the North-West Rebellion. '''Pronto Airways LP''' is an airline formed in 2006 and based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It operates cargo, scheduled and charter passenger services in Saskatchewan. Its main bases are Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and Saskatoon. Pronto is part of the West Wind Aviation group. Pronto Airway's fleet mainly consists of several Beechcraft 1900Ds. **Points North (Points North Landing Airport) (Points North Landing Airport) **Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) (Prince Albert (Glass Field) Airport) **Saskatoon (Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport)


productions

was the headliner. Other acts to perform in the Rawlinson Centre include Adam Gregory, Colin James, Rita MacNeil, Theresa Sokyrka, Arrogant Worms, Canadian Brass, Doc Walker, David Usher, Girlicious, among others. Drama Carlton High School is known for its productions dealing with topics such as Nazism, dark Gothic romances, and light-hearted children's plays. Every year, three productions are put on with one being a children's play that tours the public

Prince Albert Odyssey Theatre work publisher date url http: paodyssey.tripod.com doi accessdate March 16, 2008 Over the last three years Shakespeare in the Park has been performed in Kinsmen Park, and produced by Prince Albert's ShortStuff Productions. ShortStuff Productions is a local theatre group started by Joan and Desmond Short. Their past shows have included ''Jesus Christ Superstar'', ''Baba & Gido's 50th Wedding Anniversary

'', and The Rocky Horror Show. The group's first production was ''The Ferris Wheel'', and they have since performed numerous plays such as ''The Midlife Crisis of Dionysis'', ''Whoppers'', and many more. SmokeScreen productions has won numerous awards at Saskatchewan's Theatre


free show

to bring in many small independent and major country and native bands to the city. Some artists include Freddy Fender, Donny Parenteau, Michelle Wright, among others. * In the summer of 2005 Tom Cochrane did a live free show as part of the province's Centennial Celebrations. It was held in Prime Ministers Park. * 12th Street Station is a venue at the Prince Albert Winter Festival. It showcases a variety of genres such as blues, rock, jazz, among others. It has grown in popularity


school run

Collegiate Marion Graham , Bedford Road (Bedford Road Collegiate) and Aden Bowman (Aden Bowman Collegiate) Collegiates. Humboldt Collegiate Institute in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, a school run by both the Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division and the (public) Horizon School Division, has also acquired a GSA. The city of North Battleford Saskatchewan, had their first GSA in 2004 at Sakewew high school,a First Nation high school. Tory preparations for an upcoming election campaign were

on the site of a former residential school (Canadian Indian residential school system) run by the Anglican Church of Canada History Of Little Red River Reserve Angus Merasty SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN JUNE 1972 v03 n06 p10 In June 1861, the ''Canada Presbyterian Church'' was formed with the merger of the Canadian Synods of the Free Church of Scotland and the United Presbyterian Church. This became the dominant Presbyterian grouping in the Canadas, growing in cities, towns, villages, and even into the United States, including Illinois (Chicago, a French community at St. Anne (St. Anne, Illinois) and a Gaelic-speaking congregation in Elmira) and border cities in Michigan and New York State, as well as into the Canadian Northwest Territories with Rev. John Black to the Red River Settlement at Kildonan (Old Kildonan), and Rev. James Nisbet to Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan). Robert Jamieson was sent by the inaugural Synod of the Canada Presbyterian Church from the York Mills (Hogg's Hollow) and Fisherville charge near Toronto (The latter Church is now located in Toronto's Black Creek Pioneer Village, adjacent to a Manse from the oldest 1817 Toronto area congregation located in Richmond Hill (Richmond Hill, Ontario)) to the British Columbia colony, where he started congregations in New Westminster, Nanaimo, and in the Fraser Valley. After 1875, he joined with the Church of Scotland, until the Canadian Pacific Railway reached Burrard's Inlet (later Vancouver) in 1885, they rejoined (along with other congregations) the Presbyterian Church in Canada, and a British Columbia Synod was formed later. Manitoba, established as a province in 1870, had been settled in The Red River-Selkirk Settlement (Red River Colony), and had established a congregation in Kildonan in 1818; they waited 30 years for a minister, John Black, supplied from the Free Church (Free Church of Scotland (1843–1900)) in Canada, after he served as a missionary to the French in Canada East near Montreal. He was later joined by Rev. James Nisbet formerly of Oakville (Oakville, Ontario), Canada West, who then established a territorial outpost in Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) now Saskatchewan) Northwest Territories. James Robertson, a minister from Oxford County, Ontario was first called (1873) to a congregation in Winnipeg, and in 1881 was appointed as missions superintendent, where he provided leadership and growth to new settlers, student ministers, ordained missionaries, and congregations. Manitoba College started in Kildonan (Red River Colony) in 1871, received support from both Canadian churches prior to 1875, and at the 1883 General Assembly, their moderator, Rev. Dr. John Mark King (from St. James Square Church in Toronto (St. James-Bond Church (Toronto))) was called to become their first principal. With the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway across Canada, development and settlement of the Western Canada began, from Manitoba, and by 1905, the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta were formed. '''CIPA-TV''' (also commonly known as '''CTV Prince Albert''') is a Canadian (Canada) television station, broadcasting in Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan), Saskatchewan. It is an affiliate of CTV Television Network. CIPA began transmission in 1987. It is largely a semi-satellite of CFQC-TV in Saskatoon. birth_date The '''Prince Albert Volunteers''' or '''Prince Albert Rifles''' were a historical body of militia organized in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, which served as Canadian government militia during the North-West Rebellion. '''Pronto Airways LP''' is an airline formed in 2006 and based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It operates cargo, scheduled and charter passenger services in Saskatchewan. Its main bases are Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and Saskatoon. Pronto is part of the West Wind Aviation group. Pronto Airway's fleet mainly consists of several Beechcraft 1900Ds. **Points North (Points North Landing Airport) (Points North Landing Airport) **Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) (Prince Albert (Glass Field) Airport) **Saskatoon (Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport)

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Image:Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha - Project Gutenberg etext 13103.jpg right thumb Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Prince Consort to Queen Victoria and the namesake of the city chosen by Reverend Nisbet last2 first2 author2-link title What's In A Name? place Saskatoon publisher Western Producer Prairie Books year 1975 volume edition url doi id isbn postscript

'''Prince Albert''' is the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada. It is situated near the centre of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River (Saskatchewan River). The city is known as the "Gateway to the North" because it is the last major centre along the route to the resources of northern Saskatchewan. Prince Albert National Park is located just north of the city and contains a huge wealth of lakes, forest, and wildlife. The city itself is located in a transition zone (ecotone) between the aspen parkland and boreal forest biomes. Prince Albert is bordered by the Rural Municipality of Prince Albert No. 461 (Prince Albert No. 461, Saskatchewan) and the Rural Municipality of Buckland No. 491 (Buckland No. 491, Saskatchewan).

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