Rouleau, Saskatchewan

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establishments." "Indian Head," ''The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan''. Retrieved 11 July 2007. It is the scene of outdoor filming sequences in the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) television series "Little Mosque on the Prairie." "A Big Thanks to Indian Head," CBC program website.


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: Corner Gas film set is back in business last Healy first Don work Leader-Post publisher Postmedia Network date May 3, 2012 accessdate 2012-05-03 Notable people *Edson Garfield Bahr (Ed Bahr) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1946 to 1947. *Daryl Seaman, businessman and Hockey Hall of Fame member, was born in Rouleau in 1922. *Keith Aulie, professional NHL defenseman


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in dictionary publisher ''Reuters'' date 2009-07-10 url http: www.reuters.com article lifestyleMolt idUSTRE5690LE20090710 accessdate 2009-11-13 The show was named #9 on Entertainment's Top 10 Greatest Canadian Television Shows. width "35%" align "center" '''Briercrest''' width "30%" align "center" '''East:''' Rouleau (Rouleau, Saskatchewan) Dana (Dana, Saskatchewan) ----- Communities in the district


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C -15.6 Nov record low C -26.9 Dec record low C -34.0 source Environment Canada, The Weather Network ''Corner Gas'' thumb left Principal shooting set of Corner Gas in 2010 (File:Dog river set.JPG) The town is best known as the main filming location for the CTV (CTV Television Network) television series ''Corner Gas''. The series' production team built a full-size mock gas station and coffee shop at the western entrance of the town for filming, causing


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confusion among visitors thinking Corner Gas and The Ruby were real establishments. The town's grain elevator was also repainted with the name "Dog River" as it appears in the background of many episodes of the series. Prime Minister Stephen Harper stopped in Rouleau to play a cameo role in the television show ''Corner Gas'' for an episode which aired in early 2007. The buildings used as sets for the program were allowed to fall into disrepair after the show wrapped up

for the Edmonton Oilers References *Rouleau - Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan *Saskatchewan RC Churches - Chamberlain, Indian Head, Liberty, Lumsden, Rouleau.


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population_as_of 2011 population_note population_total 453 population_metro population_urban population_density_km2 282.2 population_density_sq_mi elevation_m 580 elevation_ft elevation_footnotes


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confusion among visitors thinking Corner Gas and The Ruby were real establishments. The town's grain elevator was also repainted with the name "Dog River" as it appears in the background of many episodes of the series. Prime Minister Stephen Harper stopped in Rouleau to play a cameo role in the television show ''Corner Gas'' for an episode which aired in early 2007. The buildings used as sets for the program were allowed to fall into disrepair after the show wrapped up

;, however the water tower still reads "Rouleau" - with post production effects used to repaint it to read "Dog River" in the first season episode "Grad 68". Also Regina, Saskatchewan, is known as the 'city' in ''Corner Gas''.

Sensibility.” According to the ''Corner Gas'' tagline, it is in any direction


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July 2007. Rouleau (Rouleau, Saskatchewan) (also known as the town of Dog River in the CTV television sitcom ''Corner Gas'') is southwest of Regina and in the summer months "bustles with film crews." "Rouleau," ''The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan''. Retrieved 11 July 2007. ''Corner Gas'' was filmed entirely in Saskatchewan. The inside scenes (Ruby Cafe interior

, Police Department, Oscar and Emma's house, etc.) are filmed at Canada Saskatchewan Production Studios (Canada-Saskatchewan Soundstage) in Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan). All of the outdoor scenes and all scenes that take place in the gas station are filmed on location in Rouleau, Saskatchewan. Rouleau is a small town on Highway 39 (Saskatchewan Highway 39) between Moose Jaw and Weyburn. The grain elevator has been repainted to read “Dog River” instead of “Rouleau"

, Saskatchewan Whitewood south of Regina (w:Regina, Saskatchewan) in the tiny farming community of Rouleau (w:Rouleau, Saskatchewan). CTV will air tributes on April 13 in honour of Corner Gas and Dog River (w:Dog River, Saskatchewan#Dog River) which feature the cast and behind the scenes footage.


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Rouleau, Saskatchewan

'''Rouleau''' is a town in southern Saskatchewan, Canada located in a rural region known as the Breadbasket of Canada (Breadbasket). It lies within census (census division) Division No. 6 (Division No. 6, Saskatchewan) and rural municipality Redburn No. 130 (Redburn No. 130, Saskatchewan).

As of 2011, the population was 453 (an increase of 13.3 percent from the 2006 census), in an area of 1.65 square kilometres. Rouleau is situated on Saskatchewan Highway 39 and is about 70 km southwest of Regina.

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