Red Deer, Alberta

What is Red Deer, Alberta known for?


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Centre.jpg thumbnail Michener Centre In 1901, when Red Deer was incorporated as a town, the population stood at 343. Through its location midway between Edmonton and Calgary and the fertile land that supported profitable mixed farming, Red Deer developed primarily as an agricultural service and distribution centre. A further boost came in 1907 when it was chosen as a major divisional point for the Canadian Pacific Railway. Two other railways, the Alberta Central Railway and the Canadian


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in Canada'' has also featured special events, such as world-record all-night pick-up hockey games from Red Deer, Alberta (in 2001) and Windsor, Nova Scotia (2002). Viewers got to see the games after the CBC ended regular programming for the night, without commentary. '''Red Deer Rebels''' Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Alberta, Canada ENMAX Centrium * Medicine Hat - ''Medicine Hat News'' * Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) - '' Red Deer Advocate


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;PTYPE 88971&RL 0&S 1&ShowAll No&StartRow 1&SUB 701&Temporal 2006&Theme 70&VID 0&VNAMEE &VNAMEF &GID 838052 accessdate 2008-02-06 About 4.4 percent of residents identified as aboriginal at the time of the 2006 census.

—20% Sample Data publisher Statistics Canada date 2008-01-15 url http: www12.statcan.ca english census06 data topics RetrieveProductTable.cfm?ALEVEL 3&APATH 3&CATNO &DETAIL 0&DIM &DS 99&FL 0&FREE 0&GAL 0&GC 99&GK NA&GRP 1&IPS &METH 0&ORDER 1&PID 89122&PTYPE 88971&RL 0&S 1&ShowAll No&StartRow 1&SUB 0&Temporal 2006&Theme 73&VID 0&VNAMEE &VNAMEF &GID 838052 accessdate 2008

&GC 99&GK NA&GRP 1&IPS &METH 0&ORDER 1&PID 89424&PTYPE 88971&RL 0&S 1&ShowAll No&StartRow 1&SUB 0&Temporal 2006&Theme 72&VID 0&VNAMEE &VNAMEF &GID 838052 accessdate 2008-02-06 Almost seventy-two percent of the residents are identified as Christian and over twenty-six percent said they had no religious affiliation for the 2001 Census. For specific denominations Statistics Canada counted 14,660


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Deer River . It is located 9 km east of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, along the David Thompson Highway. Born in New Westminster, British Columbia, Mulligan's first career was as a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer in Olds, Alberta and Red Deer, Alberta from 1960 through 1964. After leaving the Mounties, Mulligan worked as a radio DJ for 20 years, and then joined CBC Television as host of the music video series '' Good Rockin' Tonite


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; Proposed realignment A proposed north bypass around East Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta). From Hwy 11 (Alberta Highway 11) (67 Street) & Range Road 272 (30 Avenue) in Red Deer, to Hwy 11 & Range Road 264 east of Red Deer. 7.4 - CKTC-FM 00 89.9 FM Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) Red Deer Visitor & Convention Bureau tourist information - - CKRD-FM span style "


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url http: news.google.com newspapers?id FZJVAAAAIBAJ&sjid -D8NAAAAIBAJ&pg 1085,2169632&dq bedrock-city+british+columbia&hl en accessdate 27 April 2011 newspaper The Leader-Post date 23 June 1982 agency Canadian Press location Regina SK While the original TV show ended in 1966, various Saturday morning series continued the basic plot lines, including ''The New Fred and Barney Show'' (1979) and ''The Flintstone Comedy Show (The Flintstone Comedy Show (1980))''. In addition to the Flintstones theme, a Victorian motif was planned for the park; similar to the Grande World Exposition of 1890 in Canada's Wonderland, which opened in 1981. It was presumed by park founders that parents' entrance fees, along with food and gift purchases, would pay operating costs. . The tornado resulted from a severe thunderstorm that developed Friday evening in the foothills area of Alberta and tracked eastward. The '''Flag of the City of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta)''' was adopted by Red Deer City Council on 6 June 1977. The official dedication ceremony was held on 26 August 1977. Expansion into Western Canada In 1993, A&B Sound moved into the Alberta market, opening locations in Calgary and Edmonton, followed by south Edmonton (1994), a second Calgary location (1995), Lethbridge (1996), and Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) and a third Calgary outlet in 1997. Also in 1995, a store was opened in Abbotsford, British Columbia. Expansion continued throughout Western Canada, with new stores in Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1999) and Winnipeg, Manitoba (2000). In 2001, Nick Steiner stepped aside as President, retaining his role as Chairman, and long-time CEO Tim Howley became President and CEO. A number of locations, such as those in Calgary, also included bookstore sections, though by the start of the 2000s decade most of these sections had been removed. Bankruptcy and a new owner In the 1990s and 2000s decade, A&B began to face increasing competition for music, DVD and electronics sales. Vancouver-based Future Shop added music to its product mix, using the same aggressive pricing structure it did with consumer electronics. Besides HMV, other retail giants like Wal-Mart, Virgin Megastore, and Best Buy entered the marketplace as well, the latter having purchased Future Shop in the early 2000s decade. In early 2005, with a debt of C$ (Canadian dollar)57 million, A&B Sound filed for protection under Canadian bankruptcy regulations. A sale to American company Sun Capital Partners Group Inc. was announced, but this sale was not approved by A&B's creditors. Instead, the company was purchased by Canadian computer manufacturer Seanix Technology Inc., based in Richmond and led by Paul Girard. He announced that they planned to close down or relocate some of the branches that were losing money and focus on the BC and Alberta markets. That year and the next, a number of employees were laid off, and several locations were closed, including both the Winnipeg stores in 2005, the Hastings Street store in January 2006, and in August 2006, their Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan), and Saskatoon locations. StarPhoenix story on Saskatchewan locations closing, accessed January 15, 2007. Its high-profile Downtown (Downtown Calgary) Calgary store was also closed in February 2005, although that city maintained locations in the northeast and deep south. Meanwhile, new locations were opened in North Vancouver (North Vancouver, British Columbia) and Pitt Meadows, while the Kelowna, south Calgary, and Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia) stores were relocated. In March 2007, the Downtown (Downtown Edmonton) Edmonton location closed, with plans to re-open another Edmonton location in the works. The Burnaby location was also closed around this time. On December 15, 2007 a new location opened in Langford (near Victoria). On January 4, 2008 the Delta store, which had re-located from Surrey, was closed. In early 2008, A&B was planning to open a new store in Chilliwack, located not far from the local Future Shop. In July 2008, all signs for this location were removed, and plans for the Chilliwack location were scrapped. Edward was acclaimed as Mayor of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Alberta. In the 1904 Mayoral race, he held that position for 2 terms until 1906. '''Mountain View County''' is a municipal district (List of municipal districts in Alberta) in Division No. 6 (Division No. 6, Alberta) in the central Alberta, Canada. It is located between the cities of Calgary (Calgary, Alberta) and Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) within the Calgary-Edmonton corridor. Mountain View County is a member of the Central Alberta Economic Partnership, Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties, and the Municipal Area Partnership (Municipal Area Partnership, Alberta). Its municipal seat is the Town of Didsbury (Didsbury, Alberta).


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in Canada'' has also featured special events, such as world-record all-night pick-up hockey games from Red Deer, Alberta (in 2001) and Windsor, Nova Scotia (2002). Viewers got to see the games after the CBC ended regular programming for the night, without commentary. '''Red Deer Rebels''' Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Alberta, Canada ENMAX Centrium * Medicine Hat - ''Medicine Hat News'' * Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) - ''Red Deer Advocate'' * Redcliff (Redcliff, Alberta) - ''40-Mile County Commentator'' * Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) - ''Red Deer Express'', ''Central Alberta Advisor'' * Redwater (Redwater, Alberta) - ''Redwater Review'', ''Redwater Tribune'' Although the majority of her writing is poetry, Kogawa's best-known work is ''Obasan'' (1981), a semi-autobiographical novel. A sequel, ''Itsuka'' (1992), was rewritten and retitled ''Emily Kato'' (2005). ''Obasan'' has been named as one of the most important books in Canadian history by the ''Literary Review of Canada'' and was also listed by ''The Toronto Star'' in a "Best of Canada" feature. ''Obasan'' was later adapted into a children's book, ''Naomi's Road'' (1986), which, in turn, Vancouver Opera adapted into a 45-minute opera that toured elementary schools throughout British Columbia. The opera was also performed before the general public in the greater Vancouver area, Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) and Lethbridge, Alberta, Seattle (Seattle, Washington), Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), and Ottawa, Ontario at the National War Museum. badge symbolism The mace is that of the House of Commons (Canadian House of Commons), evoking Michener's time as speaker of that chamber; the lion holding it is drawn from the coat of arms of Alberta, the symbol of the province in which Michener was born; and the maple leaf is the floral symbol of Canada. The Crown represents the Canadian sovereign (Monarchy of Canada) that Léger represented as viceroy, while the Fleur de Lys is emblematic of French-Canadian culture. The red deer to the left recalls Red Deer, Alberta, of which Michener's father was mayor, and the wild rose (Rosa acicularis) affixed to the deer is also the official flower of Alberta (Symbols of Alberta). The two medallions beneath the shield signify that Michener was a member of both the Order of Canada and the Venerable Order of Saint John. previous_versions Life P.K. Page was born in Swanage, Dorset, England and moved with her family to Canada in 1919. Page's parents moved her to Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Alberta in 1919, when she was only 3, and later to Calgary and Winnipeg. P. K. Page biography, University of Calgary. Retrieved 2010-01-16. Page said her parents were creative, encouraging non-conformists who loved the arts, recited poetry and read to her. She credited her early interest in poetry to the rhythms she unconsciously imbibed as a child. Grania Litwin, "At 87, P.K. Page is moving ahead",''Victoria Times Colonist'', 25 May 2004. Retrieved 2010-01-16. A year in England when she was 17 opened her eyes to galleries, ballets and concerts. '''Lethbridge''' ( . The tornado resulted from a severe thunderstorm that developed Friday evening in the foothills area of Alberta and tracked eastward. The '''Flag of the City of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta)''' was adopted by Red Deer City Council on 6 June 1977. The official dedication ceremony was held on 26 August 1977. Expansion into Western Canada In 1993, A&B Sound moved into the Alberta market, opening locations in Calgary and Edmonton, followed by south Edmonton (1994), a second Calgary location (1995), Lethbridge (1996), and Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) and a third Calgary outlet in 1997. Also in 1995, a store was opened in Abbotsford, British Columbia. Expansion continued throughout Western Canada, with new stores in Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1999) and Winnipeg, Manitoba (2000). In 2001, Nick Steiner stepped aside as President, retaining his role as Chairman, and long-time CEO Tim Howley became President and CEO. A number of locations, such as those in Calgary, also included bookstore sections, though by the start of the 2000s decade most of these sections had been removed. Bankruptcy and a new owner In the 1990s and 2000s decade, A&B began to face increasing competition for music, DVD and electronics sales. Vancouver-based Future Shop added music to its product mix, using the same aggressive pricing structure it did with consumer electronics. Besides HMV, other retail giants like Wal-Mart, Virgin Megastore, and Best Buy entered the marketplace as well, the latter having purchased Future Shop in the early 2000s decade. In early 2005, with a debt of C$ (Canadian dollar)57 million, A&B Sound filed for protection under Canadian bankruptcy regulations. A sale to American company Sun Capital Partners Group Inc. was announced, but this sale was not approved by A&B's creditors. Instead, the company was purchased by Canadian computer manufacturer Seanix Technology Inc., based in Richmond and led by Paul Girard. He announced that they planned to close down or relocate some of the branches that were losing money and focus on the BC and Alberta markets. That year and the next, a number of employees were laid off, and several locations were closed, including both the Winnipeg stores in 2005, the Hastings Street store in January 2006, and in August 2006, their Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan), and Saskatoon locations. StarPhoenix story on Saskatchewan locations closing, accessed January 15, 2007. Its high-profile Downtown (Downtown Calgary) Calgary store was also closed in February 2005, although that city maintained locations in the northeast and deep south. Meanwhile, new locations were opened in North Vancouver (North Vancouver, British Columbia) and Pitt Meadows, while the Kelowna, south Calgary, and Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia) stores were relocated. In March 2007, the Downtown (Downtown Edmonton) Edmonton location closed, with plans to re-open another Edmonton location in the works. The Burnaby location was also closed around this time. On December 15, 2007 a new location opened in Langford (near Victoria). On January 4, 2008 the Delta store, which had re-located from Surrey, was closed. In early 2008, A&B was planning to open a new store in Chilliwack, located not far from the local Future Shop. In July 2008, all signs for this location were removed, and plans for the Chilliwack location were scrapped. Edward was acclaimed as Mayor of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Alberta. In the 1904 Mayoral race, he held that position for 2 terms until 1906. '''Mountain View County''' is a municipal district (List of municipal districts in Alberta) in Division No. 6 (Division No. 6, Alberta) in the central Alberta, Canada. It is located between the cities of Calgary (Calgary, Alberta) and Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) within the Calgary-Edmonton corridor. Mountain View County is a member of the Central Alberta Economic Partnership, Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties, and the Municipal Area Partnership (Municipal Area Partnership, Alberta). Its municipal seat is the Town of Didsbury (Didsbury, Alberta).


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. The '''Alberta Alliance Party''', a conservative political party in Alberta, Canada, held its second '''leadership election''' on November 18 and 19, 2005, in Red Deer, Alberta. The leadership position was vacated by Alberta Alliance Party founder and leader Randy Thorsteinson in March 2005. CYT CCT has grown significantly since being started. Today there are many branches of CYT in the San Diego region, as well as Spokane (Spokane, Washington), WA (Washington (U.S. state)), Chicago (Chicago, Illinois), IL (Illinois), Anderson (Anderson, South Carolina), SC (South Carolina), Denver (Denver, Colorado), CO (Colorado), Kansas City (Kansas City, MO), MO (Missouri), Atlanta (Atlanta, Georgia), GA (Georgia (U.S. state)), Vancouver (Vancouver, Washington), WA (Washington (U.S. state)), Richmond (Richmond, Virginia), VA (Virginia), Fredericksburg (Fredericksburg, Virginia), Virginia, Tucson (Tucson, Arizona), AZ (Arizona) and Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), AZ (Arizona), and North Idaho. The latest branch is also the first international branch and is located in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. * Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), AZ (Arizona) * Red Deer, Alberta, Canada * Richmond (Richmond, Virginia), VA (Virginia) *After purchasing the WIC stations, Canwest started a parallel system, first known as CH, and later as E! (E! (Canadian TV system)), for the WIC stations in areas overlapping existing Global stations (such as the aforementioned CHEK). However, facing financial difficulties, Canwest stated in 2009 that "a second conventional TV network was no longer key to the long-term success" of the company, Canwest announces strategic review of five conventional television stations , press release, February 5, 2009 Canwest considers possible sale of 5 TV stations across Canada, The Canadian Press via Google News, February 5, 2009 and the five E! O&Os subsequently faced various outcomes: CHCH-TV Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario) and CJNT-TV Montreal were sold to Channel Zero (Channel Zero Inc.) to be operated as independent stations (Independent station (North America)); Channel Zero Inc. agrees to purchase CHCH-TV Hamilton and CJNT-TV Montreal from Canwest ''CNW Group'' (2009-06-30) CHBC-TV Kelowna became a Global O&O; CHCA-TV Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) closed down on August 31, 2009; Red Deer's CHCA signing off, Jack Wilson, Red Deer Advocate, August 28, 2009. Accessed online September 1, 2009. and CHEK-TV Victoria was sold to a consortium of station employees and local investors for $2, Employees buy CanWest TV station in Victoria for $2, Grant Robertson, ''The Globe and Mail'', September 4, 2009. Accessed online September 19, 2009. and has since been operated as an independent station. '''Bentley''' (originally called Oxford) is a town located 28 km (17 mi) north-west of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), in the province of Alberta, Canada. History The park was created by John McAfee, a former Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) lawyer, and 15 other investors from British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario. Around 1979, the group paid $500,000 to Hanna-Barbera Productions for the licensing rights to the characters and locations in ''The Flintstones''. . The tornado resulted from a severe thunderstorm that developed Friday evening in the foothills area of Alberta and tracked eastward. The '''Flag of the City of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta)''' was adopted by Red Deer City Council on 6 June 1977. The official dedication ceremony was held on 26 August 1977. Expansion into Western Canada In 1993, A&B Sound moved into the Alberta market, opening locations in Calgary and Edmonton, followed by south Edmonton (1994), a second Calgary location (1995), Lethbridge (1996), and Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) and a third Calgary outlet in 1997. Also in 1995, a store was opened in Abbotsford, British Columbia. Expansion continued throughout Western Canada, with new stores in Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1999) and Winnipeg, Manitoba (2000). In 2001, Nick Steiner stepped aside as President, retaining his role as Chairman, and long-time CEO Tim Howley became President and CEO. A number of locations, such as those in Calgary, also included bookstore sections, though by the start of the 2000s decade most of these sections had been removed. Bankruptcy and a new owner In the 1990s and 2000s decade, A&B began to face increasing competition for music, DVD and electronics sales. Vancouver-based Future Shop added music to its product mix, using the same aggressive pricing structure it did with consumer electronics. Besides HMV, other retail giants like Wal-Mart, Virgin Megastore, and Best Buy entered the marketplace as well, the latter having purchased Future Shop in the early 2000s decade. In early 2005, with a debt of C$ (Canadian dollar)57 million, A&B Sound filed for protection under Canadian bankruptcy regulations. A sale to American company Sun Capital Partners Group Inc. was announced, but this sale was not approved by A&B's creditors. Instead, the company was purchased by Canadian computer manufacturer Seanix Technology Inc., based in Richmond and led by Paul Girard. He announced that they planned to close down or relocate some of the branches that were losing money and focus on the BC and Alberta markets. That year and the next, a number of employees were laid off, and several locations were closed, including both the Winnipeg stores in 2005, the Hastings Street store in January 2006, and in August 2006, their Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan), and Saskatoon locations. StarPhoenix story on Saskatchewan locations closing, accessed January 15, 2007. Its high-profile Downtown (Downtown Calgary) Calgary store was also closed in February 2005, although that city maintained locations in the northeast and deep south. Meanwhile, new locations were opened in North Vancouver (North Vancouver, British Columbia) and Pitt Meadows, while the Kelowna, south Calgary, and Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia) stores were relocated. In March 2007, the Downtown (Downtown Edmonton) Edmonton location closed, with plans to re-open another Edmonton location in the works. The Burnaby location was also closed around this time. On December 15, 2007 a new location opened in Langford (near Victoria). On January 4, 2008 the Delta store, which had re-located from Surrey, was closed. In early 2008, A&B was planning to open a new store in Chilliwack, located not far from the local Future Shop. In July 2008, all signs for this location were removed, and plans for the Chilliwack location were scrapped. Edward was acclaimed as Mayor of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Alberta. In the 1904 Mayoral race, he held that position for 2 terms until 1906. '''Mountain View County''' is a municipal district (List of municipal districts in Alberta) in Division No. 6 (Division No. 6, Alberta) in the central Alberta, Canada. It is located between the cities of Calgary (Calgary, Alberta) and Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) within the Calgary-Edmonton corridor. Mountain View County is a member of the Central Alberta Economic Partnership, Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties, and the Municipal Area Partnership (Municipal Area Partnership, Alberta). Its municipal seat is the Town of Didsbury (Didsbury, Alberta).


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-2009 (2009 in Canadian television). The ''Red Deer'' was of the 1940–1941 construction period. Built by Canadian Vickers Ltd. (Canadian Vickers) in Montreal, Quebec, she was commissioned in November 1941 and served in the Royal Canadian Navy until she was paid off in October 1945. 126 RCSCC Red Deer is a Royal Canadian Sea Cadet (Royal Canadian Sea Cadets) Corp in Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Alberta, that is named after HMCS ''Red Deer''. On August 31, 2009, Canwest shut down its secondary system E! (E! (Canadian TV system)) (the former CH). Three of the former E! owned-and-operated stations – CHCH (CHCH-TV) Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), CHEK (CHEK-TV) Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia), and CJNT (CJNT-TV) Montreal – were sold to third parties, while a fourth, CHBC (CHBC-TV) Kelowna, was converted to a Global station. The remaining station, CHCA (CHCA-TV) Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), was closed as of the same date. "Canwest closing TV stations in Alberta, B.C.". cbc.ca, July 22, 2009. Red Deer Advocate: "CHCA-TV fades to black", 7 23 2009. The station was the second major TV station in Canada to have gone dark since 1977 (when CFVO-TV in Hull, Quebec left the air; all other defunct stations in Canada became repeaters of other stations almost seamlessly), the other being CHCA-TV in Red Deer, Alberta, closing about one month before CKX. The station's license is still active after the station's closure, although CHCA's license was revoked in December 2009 (2009 in Canadian television) and regarding CFVO-TV's license transferred to Radio-Quebec (now Télé-Québec) as that station later became CIVO-TV. '''Penhold''' is a town in central Alberta, Canada. Penhold is surrounded by the county of Red Deer No. 23, . The tornado resulted from a severe thunderstorm that developed Friday evening in the foothills area of Alberta and tracked eastward. The '''Flag of the City of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta)''' was adopted by Red Deer City Council on 6 June 1977. The official dedication ceremony was held on 26 August 1977. Expansion into Western Canada In 1993, A&B Sound moved into the Alberta market, opening locations in Calgary and Edmonton, followed by south Edmonton (1994), a second Calgary location (1995), Lethbridge (1996), and Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) and a third Calgary outlet in 1997. Also in 1995, a store was opened in Abbotsford, British Columbia. Expansion continued throughout Western Canada, with new stores in Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1999) and Winnipeg, Manitoba (2000). In 2001, Nick Steiner stepped aside as President, retaining his role as Chairman, and long-time CEO Tim Howley became President and CEO. A number of locations, such as those in Calgary, also included bookstore sections, though by the start of the 2000s decade most of these sections had been removed. Bankruptcy and a new owner In the 1990s and 2000s decade, A&B began to face increasing competition for music, DVD and electronics sales. Vancouver-based Future Shop added music to its product mix, using the same aggressive pricing structure it did with consumer electronics. Besides HMV, other retail giants like Wal-Mart, Virgin Megastore, and Best Buy entered the marketplace as well, the latter having purchased Future Shop in the early 2000s decade. In early 2005, with a debt of C$ (Canadian dollar)57 million, A&B Sound filed for protection under Canadian bankruptcy regulations. A sale to American company Sun Capital Partners Group Inc. was announced, but this sale was not approved by A&B's creditors. Instead, the company was purchased by Canadian computer manufacturer Seanix Technology Inc., based in Richmond and led by Paul Girard. He announced that they planned to close down or relocate some of the branches that were losing money and focus on the BC and Alberta markets. That year and the next, a number of employees were laid off, and several locations were closed, including both the Winnipeg stores in 2005, the Hastings Street store in January 2006, and in August 2006, their Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan), and Saskatoon locations. StarPhoenix story on Saskatchewan locations closing, accessed January 15, 2007. Its high-profile Downtown (Downtown Calgary) Calgary store was also closed in February 2005, although that city maintained locations in the northeast and deep south. Meanwhile, new locations were opened in North Vancouver (North Vancouver, British Columbia) and Pitt Meadows, while the Kelowna, south Calgary, and Surrey (Surrey, British Columbia) stores were relocated. In March 2007, the Downtown (Downtown Edmonton) Edmonton location closed, with plans to re-open another Edmonton location in the works. The Burnaby location was also closed around this time. On December 15, 2007 a new location opened in Langford (near Victoria). On January 4, 2008 the Delta store, which had re-located from Surrey, was closed. In early 2008, A&B was planning to open a new store in Chilliwack, located not far from the local Future Shop. In July 2008, all signs for this location were removed, and plans for the Chilliwack location were scrapped. Edward was acclaimed as Mayor of Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta), Alberta. In the 1904 Mayoral race, he held that position for 2 terms until 1906. '''Mountain View County''' is a municipal district (List of municipal districts in Alberta) in Division No. 6 (Division No. 6, Alberta) in the central Alberta, Canada. It is located between the cities of Calgary (Calgary, Alberta) and Red Deer (Red Deer, Alberta) within the Calgary-Edmonton corridor. Mountain View County is a member of the Central Alberta Economic Partnership, Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties, and the Municipal Area Partnership (Municipal Area Partnership, Alberta). Its municipal seat is the Town of Didsbury (Didsbury, Alberta).


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lies southeast of Calgary on the Oldman River. The city of Lethbridge is located at 49.7° north latitude and 112.833° west longitude and covers an area of of protected land.

Red Deer, Alberta

'''Red Deer''' is a city in Central (Central Alberta) Alberta, Canada. It is located near the midpoint of the Calgary–Edmonton Corridor and is surrounded by Red Deer County. It is Alberta's third-most-populous city – after Calgary and Edmonton. The city is located in aspen parkland, a region of rolling hills that is subject to oil, grain, and cattle production. It is a centre for oil and agriculture distribution, and the surrounding region is a major centre for petrochemical production. According to its 2014 municipal census, Red Deer's population is now 98,585.

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