she was born. She grew up in a bilingual home, speaking English (English language) and Dutch (Dutch language). In 1974, she married Robert Jay Sharp, who is a geologist. Van Herk studied Canadian literature and Creative Writing at the University of Alberta
), Sex (3) and Age Groups (12) for the Population of Canada, Provinces, Territories, Census Metropolitan Areas and Census Agglomerations, 2006 Census – 20% Sample Data publisher Statistics Canada date January 15, 2008 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
&DS 99&FL 0&FREE 0&GAL 0&GC 99&GK NA&GRP 1&IPS &METH 0&ORDER 1&PID 89201&PTYPE 88971&RL 0&S 1&ShowAll No&StartRow 1&SUB 701&Temporal 2006&Theme 70&VID 0&VNAMEE &VNAMEF &GID 838061 accessdate 2008-02-06 About 75 percent of residents identified as Christian at the time of the 2001 census, while 24 percent indicated they had no religious affiliation. For specific denominations Statistics
Censuses – 20% Sample Data publisher Statistics Canada date March 1, 2007 url http: www12.statcan.ca english census01 products standard themes RetrieveProductTable.cfm?Temporal 2001&PID 55822&APATH 3&METH 1&PTYPE 55440&THEME 56&FOCUS 0&AID 0&PLACENAME 0&PROVINCE 0&SEARCH 0&GC 99&GK NA&VID 0&VNAMEE &VNAMEF &FL 0&RL 0&FREE 0&GID 431647 accessdate 2008-02-06 Economy Wetaskiwin has
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Census Divisions and Subdivisions, Western Provinces and the Territories volume Volume I: Population, Geographic Distributions year 1977 publisher Statistics Canada location Ottawa page 3.40–3.43 chapter Table 3: Population for census divisions and subdivisions, 1971 and 1976
, Ponoka (Ponoka, Alberta), Millet (Millet, Alberta), Grimshaw (Grimshaw, Alberta) The '''Calgary–Edmonton Corridor''' is a geographical region of the Canadian (Canada) province of Alberta. It is the most urbanized area in Alberta and is one of Canada's four most urban regions.
60 years of peace between the Blackfoot and Cree First Nations. This historic peace pact took place in a group of hills just north of present day Wetaskiwin. http: wetaskiwin.ca DocumentCenter View 48 At the time of construction, school children each carried a rock and walked in a procession from their school to the hill where the cairn was to be erected. The cairn was dedicated during the celebrations for Canada’s Diamond Jubilee on July 2, 1927. http
: www.railwaycoastalmuseum.ca *Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta, automobiles *Saskatchewan Railway Museum, Saskatoon Saskatchewan 40 Avenue, Wetaskiwin From Hwy 2A (Alberta Highway 2A) (56 Street) & Hwy 13 (Alberta Highway 13) in Wetaskiwin, to Hwy 822 (Alberta Highway 822) 8.1 '''814 (Alberta Highway 814)''' 47 Street, Wetaskiwin; 50 Street, Beaumont (Beaumont, Alberta) From Hwy 13 (Alberta Highway 13) in Wetaskiwin, to Alberta Highway
;ref name "nobleman" ), Edgar (1897-1968), and Richelda (1898-1944). Size WRPS operates 20 public schools in Wetaskiwin, Millet (Millet, Alberta), Gwynne (Gwynne, Alberta), Pigeon Lake (Pigeon Lake (Alberta)) as well as rural schools. Also included in the school division is the '''Wetaskiwin Home Education''' system. birth_date birth_place Wetaskiwin, Alberta<
series Series 1.1: Historical, 1901–1961 volume Volume I: Population year 1963 publisher Dominion Bureau of Statistics (Statistics Canada) location Ottawa page 6.77–6.83 chapter Table 6: Population by census subdivisions, 1901–1961
'''Wetaskiwin''' south of the provincial capital of Edmonton. The city name comes from the Cree (Cree language) word ''wītaskīwin-ispatinaw'' (ᐑᑕᐢᑮᐏᐣ ᐃᐢᐸᑎᓇᐤ), meaning "the hills where peace was made". Wetaskiwin Municipal Website – The Legend of Wetaskwin.
Wetaskiwin is home to the Reynolds-Alberta Museum, a museum dedicated to celebrating "the spirit of the machine", as well as the Wetaskiwin and District Heritage Museum which documents pioneer arrival and lifestyle in Wetaskiwin's early years. Located southeast of Wetaskiwin, the Alberta Central Railway Museum acknowledges the impact that the railway had on central Alberta. Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame is also located a short walk away from the museum.