Places Known For

time year


of Saskatchewan does not observe daylight saving time, instead staying on Central Standard Time (Central Time Zone) year-round. However, Alberta mandates daylight saving time. Lloydminster's charter allows the city to follow Alberta's use of daylight saving time on both sides of the provincial border in order to keep all clocks within the city in sync. This has the effect of placing Lloydminster and the surrounding area in the Mountain Time Zone along with Alberta. During the summer

County Two Hills County (Two Hills County No. 21, Alberta) Vermilion River County (Vermilion River County, Alberta) - Also, most of the province of Saskatchewan is on Central Standard Time year round. Because Saskatchewan is wholly within the Mountain Time Zone (7.5 degrees on either side of the 105th meridian, which runs through the centre of Sask.) it is effectively on DST year round. Major exceptions include Lloydminster, a town situated on the boundary

not observe the change, remaining on Standard Time year round. One reason that Saskatchewan does not take part in the time change is that, geographically, the entire province is closer to the Mountain Time Zone's meridian. The province elected to move onto "permanent" daylight saving by being part of the Central Time Zone. The only exception is the region immediately surrounding the Saskatchewan side of the biprovincial city of Lloydminster, which has chosen to use Mountain Time with DST


Time Zone but observes Eastern Standard Time year round. History Early history The original settlers to the Atikokan area were the "Oschekamega Wenenewak" (The people of the cross ridges) Ojibwa Chippewa. They lived by themselves until the arrival of Jacques de Noyon in 1688. His journey was critical for the expansion and exploration of the Atikokan area. Vita, Alan (1974). ''A History of Atikokan,'' 75th Anniversary Booklet

Taylor, British Columbia

Time year-round. Transportation and infrastructure Taylor's transportation network is dominated by the two-lane Alaska Highway (Highway 97 (British Columbia Highway 97)) which runs north-south through the middle of community and provides the only highway entrance and exit to the town. Cherry Avenue East is a rural road transportation route that travels through Baldonnel to Fort St. John. Intersections along the highway give access to frontage roads lined with businesses

Clarkston, Michigan

Back One Pound at a Time year 2008 publisher Free Press Along with her other three brothers, one older and two younger, the family lived in Claymont, Delaware, and Clarkston, Michigan. They later moved to Oklahoma City before moving to the Los Feliz (Los Feliz, Los Angeles) section of Los Angeles, California, where Bertinelli studied acting at the Tami Lynn School of Artists. She attended Granada Hills High School until 1978 but did not graduate. As of January

Taunton Deane

: somerset statistics contents population population%20summary.pdf title Population Summary accessdate 2009-02-17 work publisher Somerset County Council date The figures below are for the Taunton Deane area. class "wikitable" style "clear:both;" colspan "14" style "text-align:center;" '''Population since 1801''' - Source: A Vision of Britain through Time - !Year '''1801''' '''1851''' '''1901''' '''1911


, and this activity resulted in Medvedev's arrest and forced detention in the Kaluga psychiatric hospital in May 1970. However, this action produced many protests from prominent scientists (Academics Andrei Sakharov, Pyotr Kapitsa, Igor Tamm, Vladimir Engelgardt, Boris Astaurov,

Chetwynd, British Columbia

of the Peace River Regional District, uses Mountain Standard Time year-round. The remainder of the province uses Pacific Standard Time with daylight saving time, meaning that Chetwynd shares the same time with the province during the summer and is one hour ahead during the winter. , is located adjacent to Chetwynd (Chetwynd, British Columbia), British Columbia, Canada. '''Denny Morrison''' (born September 8, 1985 in Chetwynd, British Columbia) is a Canadian (Canada) speedskater (speed skating) from Fort St. John, British Columbia. His best distance, so far in his career, is the 1500-m, where he held the world record time of 1:42.01 from 14 March 2008 to 6 March 2009. He won 4th places in the Junior World Allround Championships in 2004 and 2005, and a 5th place in his first senior World Allround (World Allround Speed Skating Championships) in 2006. He holds the current 9th place on the allround best-ever Adelskalender (Adelskalender (skating)) (as of January 2008), and is the best Canadian skater on this list. Sixteen articles were featured (Wikipedia:Featured articles) last week: Hurricane Floyd, Frog, Noah's Ark, Red vs Blue, Lothal, Bath School disaster, Manuel I Comnenus, Eric A. Havelock, George Washington Dixon, Starship Troopers, Joan of Arc, Chetwynd, British Columbia, X Window core protocol, Bulbasaur, The Illuminatus! Trilogy and Che Guevara. *We have featured articles on a few other relatively small places - compare this article to Chetwynd, British Columbia and Yarralumla, Australian Capital Territory for examples of topics that could also be covered (demographics, geography, transport, economy, culture, recreation, politics). -- ALoan (User:ALoan) (Talk) (User talk:ALoan) 11:16, 16 March 2006 (UTC) - Chetwynd, British Columbia November 15, 2010 Maclean25 (user:Maclean25) - I have a feeling that the article does not indicate the so many negative aspects of the city. For example, the poverty, the slums, the indifferent nature of the common man etc. The sobriquet "dying city" is also not there in the article any more. Can you suggest where to or how to integrate such aspects?--Dwaipayanc (User:Dwaipayanc) 05:33, 31 March 2006 (UTC) :You can craft the most alarming or important negative aspects (slums, suicide, unemployment, etc) into a one-sentence description in the lead while relegating less important negative details to "Demographics". You can have a look at Chetwynd, British Columbia (note how they incorporate crime stats and other negative info). On the other hand, I don't think there's a big problem with "whitewashing" in this article — as long as slum stats, crime, poverty rates, etc are dealt with, you don't need to worry about including every negative epithet used for the city. Other than doing light copy-editing (I've done some) and the advice given by others, I don't have much to add. This is getting close to featured status, and we can have (LOL) three Bengal-related FACs (Bangladesh, Rabindranath Tagore, and Kolkata) up for review at the same time. Saravask (User:Saravask) 08:08, 31 March 2006 (UTC) ::Crime stats have been added, to some extent. Some "negative" statements like the depressive economy in 1970s and 1980s have been added. Unreferenced statement on people living in streets and footpath have also been added. Poverty rates could not be added due to lack of reference. Copyedits are going on. Please help!--Dwaipayanc (User:Dwaipayanc) 16:58, 1 April 2006 (UTC) (Self-nomination) I think this would make a good featured article. It has lots of detail, applicable pictures, is fairly clearly written, comprehensive and relatively stable. JoeBaldwin (User:JoeBaldwin) 00:13, 4 April 2006 (UTC) :'''Object'''. You might want to have a look at the featured article criteria (Wikipedia:What_is_a_featured_article) and check some things. First, there is no reference section at all and FA criteria requires inline citations. I'd also move the graphic at the bottom to a better position. The stub tag is still on the article and shouldn't be. Business, Industry, and Transport seems subsectioned to death -- might want to strike some of those. Also, some of the lists should be turned into prose, particularly the one under bus. It's a very nice start, but I think it has quite a bit to go before being ready for FA. It also needs a peer review (Wikipedia:Peer_review) to help work on the actual writing. Chetwynd, British Columbia may be helpful reading for those working on this article. Thanks! ( 02:33, 4 April 2006 (UTC) :'''Object'''. Needs to go to peer review, be referenced and have citations. Some things that would have been raised in a peer review: History section very short; geography only a single sentence about the river. Need sections on local politics; newsworthy events over the years. Demographics should have ethnic and religious breakdowns and age profiles. What percentage of the people living in the town were born there? Is there a movement to move the airstack elsewhere due to noise complaints? The section at the end of Recreation about youths causing trouble (if this is important to keep) could easily be cited from local newspaper reports or politicians' statements. For reference and ideas on expansion, a trip to the local library (I assume you're from the town) should pay dividends. Amazon listed about 12 books with Chesham; the British Library lists 91. (Not all will be relevant). But have a look at the town and city articles that have been featured (as suggested above, plus Sheffield) to see how it works. I hope this is useful. --BillC (User:BillC) 22:07, 5 April 2006 (UTC) **I suggest that history is expanded. As of now, the history only reaches up to 1600, which IMO isn't very comprehensive (perhaps add recent events?) **The rest of the article is simply a list of buildings. More can certainly be added: culture, demographics, government structure, etc. For an example of a featured town, see Chetwynd, British Columbia (other FA cities can be found in Wikipedia:Featured_articles#Geography_and_places). I suggest that this article follow a similar format to those found in the above category (same goes with Chew Stoke). Thanks, ''AndyZ (User:AndyZ)''  t (User talk:AndyZ) 19:18, 25 April 2006 (UTC)

Bath and North East Somerset

; in the last 12 months, compared to a national average of 9.2%; only 15.8% of the inhabitants say they have had a long-term illness, as against 18.2% nationally. class "wikitable" border "1" style "clear:both;" colspan "14" style "text-align:center;" '''Population since 1801''' – Source: A Vision of Britain through Time - !Year '''1801''' '''1851''' '''1901''' '''1911''' '''1921''' '''1931''' '''1941

Oklahoma City

before Valerie was born. Along with her other three brothers, one older and two younger, the family lived in Claymont, Delaware, and Clarkston, Michigan. They later moved to Oklahoma City before moving to the Los Feliz (Los Feliz, Los Angeles) section of Los Angeles, California, where

High School (Dallas, Texas) . He studied business at Southern Methodist University, received a Bachelor's degree and served in the United States Air Force. birth_place Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Oklahoma City), U.S. (United States) death_date DATE OF BIRTH May 5, 1939 PLACE OF BIRTH


Geographer year 1948 volume 4 issue 1 pages 104 doi 10.1111 j.1745-7939.1948.tb01515.x who independently conceived DST in 1905 during a pre-breakfast ride, when he observed with dismay how many Londoners slept through a large part of a summer's day. An avid golfer

Copyright (C) 2015-2017
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017