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Swift Current

. He donated land to build Oman School in 1913. McGowan, Don C. ''The Green and Growing Years: Swift Current, 1907-1914''. Victoria: Cactus Publications, 1982. Other early industries included gathering bison bones for use in fertilizer manufacturing, the making of bone china and sugar refining. Métis (Métis people (Canada)) residents also ran a successful Red River ox cart "freighting" business to Battleford until the late 1880s. During the North-West


North Bay, Ontario

(Ontario) Highway 11B (near the present Clarion Resort), and again in 1985 to North Bay (North Bay, Ontario) and converted into the non-profit Dionne Quintuplets Museum. The museum is located at the intersection of Highway 11 (Highway 11 (Ontario)) and the Trans Canada Highway. The museum features many artifacts from the quints' early days and their growing years. *July 24 - Earl Bascom (Earl W. Bascom) enters his first steer riding contest at Welling, Alberta and later becomes


Fort Erie, Ontario

of America American former professional ice hockey defenceman (Defenceman (ice hockey)). Although a U.S. citizen by birth, Mike Lalor spent his growing years in Fort Erie (Fort Erie, Ontario), Ontario. Mike played in the NHL (National Hockey League) with the Montreal Canadiens, St. Louis Blues, Washington Capitals, Winnipeg Jets (Winnipeg Jets (1972–96)), San Jose Sharks, and Dallas Stars.  He won the Calder Cup in 1985 with Sherbrooke


Calgary

Oman School in 1913. McGown, Don C. ''The Green and Growing Years: Swift Current, 1907-1914''. Victoria: Cactus Publications, 1982. Other early industries included gathering buffalo or bison bones for use in fertilizer manufacturing, the making of bone china and sugar refining. Métis (Métis people (Canada)) residents also ran a successful Red River ox cart "freighting" business to Battleford until the late 1880s. During the North-West Rebellion Riel


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