Weyburn

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home games

The now renamed '''Crescent Point Place''' is an indoor arena located in Weyburn, Saskatchewan. It was built in 1960 and is home to the Weyburn Red Wings of the SJHL. The building's capacity is 1,495 + 250 standing. It was used by the Red Wings during their short stint in the Western Hockey League as well. The arena has been completely renovated, featuring a number of luxury boxes, media center, NHL style home dressing room, and a very spacious, newly renovated lobby area. logosize 125px city Weyburn, Saskatchewan league SJHL (Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League) The '''Weyburn Red Wings''' are a junior ice hockey team, based in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, and currently playing in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. They play their home games at the Crescent Point Place which has a seating capacity of 1,750. The team colours are red and white. The team logo is the same as the NHL's Detroit Red Wings. Radio station CFSL AM 1190 broadcasts Red Wings games.


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;nbsp;– List of Projects publisher Government of Canada date 2005-09-26 accessdate 2008-04-15 Between 1988 to 1995, the Rafferty-Alameda Project was constructed to alleviate spring flooding problems created by the Souris River.


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year 2007 In the 1800s this area was known as an extension of the ''Greater Yellow Grass Marsh''. Extensive flood control programs have created reservoirs, parks and waterfowl centres along the Souris River.


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The now renamed '''Crescent Point Place''' is an indoor arena located in Weyburn, Saskatchewan. It was built in 1960 and is home to the Weyburn Red Wings of the SJHL. The building's capacity is 1,495 + 250 standing. It was used by the Red Wings during their short stint in the Western Hockey League as well. The arena has been completely renovated, featuring a number of luxury boxes, media center, NHL style home dressing room, and a very spacious, newly renovated lobby area


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. logosize 125px city Weyburn, Saskatchewan league SJHL (Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League) The '''Weyburn Red Wings''' are a junior ice hockey team, based in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, and currently playing in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. They play their home games at the Crescent Point Place which has a seating capacity of 1,750. The team colours are red and white. The team logo is the same as the NHL's Detroit Red Wings. Radio station CFSL AM 1190 broadcasts Red Wings games.


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year 2007 In the 1800s this area was known as an extension of the ''Greater Yellow Grass Marsh''. Extensive flood control programs have created reservoirs, parks and waterfowl centres along the Souris River.


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The now renamed '''Crescent Point Place''' is an indoor arena located in Weyburn, Saskatchewan. It was built in 1960 and is home to the Weyburn Red Wings of the SJHL. The building's capacity is 1,495 + 250 standing. It was used by the Red Wings during their short stint in the Western Hockey League as well. The arena has been completely renovated, featuring a number of luxury boxes, media center, NHL style home dressing room, and a very spacious, newly renovated lobby area


title water

;nbsp;– List of Projects publisher Government of Canada date 2005-09-26 accessdate 2008-04-15 Between 1988 to 1995, the Rafferty-Alameda Project was constructed to alleviate spring flooding problems created by the Souris River.

of the city. Utilities Electricity is provided by SaskPower and natural gas is provided by SaskEnergy. The city maintains its own water treatment plant and waste management system.


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year 2007 In the 1800s this area was known as an extension of the ''Greater Yellow Grass Marsh''. Extensive flood control programs have created reservoirs, parks and waterfowl centres along the Souris River.

Weyburn

'''Weyburn''' (Assiniboine (Assiniboine language): '' ošų́kyuze'' title AISRI Dictionary Database Search--prototype version. Assiniboine. accessdate 2012-07-07 url http: zia.aisri.indiana.edu ~dictsearch cgi-bin testgetdetailsNP.pl?pass &hasfont 0&database assin&onelang &host zia&key Assin003460&glossnum 2&srchstring sask&sndformat mp3&nexthit 0&maxhits 200&data examples ) is the ninth-largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada. It is located on the Souris River north of the border with the United States. The name is reputedly a corruption of the Scottish "wee burn," referring to a small creek. url http: www.weyburn.ca modules.php?name Sections&op viewarticle&artid 577 title Where 'Weyburn' the name originates publisher City of Weyburn accessdate 2010-11-10 The city is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Weyburn No. 67 (Weyburn No. 67, Saskatchewan).

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