Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

What is Prince Albert, Saskatchewan known for?


independent style

Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King in a by-election held in Prince Albert. He ran as an Independent. - style "vertical-align:top; background:#ffffec;" Cameron, Angus (Angus Cameron (ice hockey)) Hockey player Cameron was an NHL player for the New York Rangers. - style "vertical-align:top; background:#ffffec;" Clarke, Lawrence (Lawrence Clarke (politician)) HBC official Clarke was a Hudson's Bay Company Official, early Territorial Government


online historical

' and Shippers' Guide work Online Historical Map Digitization Project publisher Rand McNally year 1925 url http: www.rootsweb.ancestry.com ~canmaps RandMcNally1924 index.html format Published online 11-Nov-2003 accessdate May 15, 2009 In 1884, Honore Jaxon and James Isbister were involved in the movement which brought Louis Riel back to Canada. Riel returned from the United States following a political exile resulting from the Red


music amp

;!--Please place citations into the list-- Every year Prince Albert has a variety of festivals, fairs, shows, etc. Different times of the year have different festivals. * Aboriginal Music & Arts Festival – October 4–8, 2007– Music & Performing Arts & Artist Showcases — Industry Trade Show — followed by major international pow wow.


portraying characters

, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1994. - style "vertical-align:top; background:#ffffec;" Jerome, Harry (Harry Jerome) Sprinter - style "vertical-align:top; background:#ffffec;" Karloff, Boris (Boris Karloff) Actor Karloff was famous for his roles in horror films portraying characters like Frankenstein's Monster and The Mummy (The Mummy (1932 film)), resided in Prince Albert during the early 20th century.


school largest

url http: www.srsd119.ca doi accessdate and the Prince Albert Catholic School Division operates nine schools. The city has five high schools. St. Mary High School, and Rivier Academy (private, co-ed) are part of the Prince Albert Catholic School Division, while Carlton Comprehensive High School (largest high school in Saskatchewan), Wesmor (Acronym of the rural elementary schools Wildrose, East Central, Spruce Home, Meath Park, Osborne, and Redwing


technical expertise

to Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan), this bush-flying firm survived the Great Depression by concentrating on carrying prospectors and travellers into Saskatchewan's heavily forested north. When the Second World War (World War II) broke out, the firm's technical expertise was put to work running an overhaul facility in Prince Albert that maintained aircraft used by the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. '''Jim Robson


rich+political

, Saskatchewan Nipawin , Buckland No. 491 (Buckland No. 491, Saskatchewan), Tisdale (Tisdale, Saskatchewan), Prince Albert No. 461 (Prince Albert No. 461, Saskatchewan) This riding is found in the central part of the province, in the transitional area between the Aspen parkland and boreal forest biomes. The major centre of the riding, and its namesake, is the city of Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) which has a rich political history that includes representation by three former Prime Ministers (Sir Wilfrid Laurier in 1896, William Lyon Mackenzie King from 1926 to 1945, and John Diefenbaker from 1953 to 1979). Smaller centres in the riding include Nipawin (Nipawin, Saskatchewan), Melfort (Melfort, Saskatchewan), and Tisdale (Tisdale, Saskatchewan). Strathmore was the home of Covenant Bible College Canada. The CBC-C campus relocated in 1995 from its prior home in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. In Covenant Bible College, students took a course in religious studies. It was closed in 2007 due to dropping student enrollment and other fiscal problems. The former CBC campus was sold for $5.5 million to another Christian organization (Evangelical Fellowship of Canada), EnCharis. The '''Prince Albert Volunteers''' or '''Prince Albert Rifles''' were a historical body of militia organized in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, which served as Canadian government militia during the North-West Rebellion. '''Pronto Airways LP''' is an airline formed in 2006 and based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It operates cargo, scheduled and charter passenger services in Saskatchewan. Its main bases are Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and Saskatoon. Pronto is part of the West Wind Aviation group. Pronto Airway's fleet mainly consists of several Beechcraft 1900Ds. **Points North (Points North Landing Airport) (Points North Landing Airport) **Prince Albert (Prince Albert, Saskatchewan) (Prince Albert (Glass Field) Airport) **Saskatoon (Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport)


powerful voice

London’s Royal Opera House, Covent Garden company. In 1960 he joined the Metropolitan Opera. He became world famous for a wide range of German, French and Italian roles. Vickers' huge, powerful voice and solid technique met the demands of many French, German and Italian roles. He was also highly regarded for his powerful stage presence and thoughtful characterizations. One of the most frequently accessed services of Flin Flon is the Flin Flon General Hospital, and Flin Flon Ambulance


home work

each year. * Since the E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts was built, Prince Albert is now able to bring in bigger more well known acts. The first show at the Rawlinson Centre was on April 2, 2003, and Chantal Kreviazuk


horror films

, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1994. - style "vertical-align:top; background:#ffffec;" Jerome, Harry (Harry Jerome) Sprinter - style "vertical-align:top; background:#ffffec;" Karloff, Boris (Boris Karloff) Actor Karloff was famous for his roles in horror films portraying characters like Frankenstein's Monster and The Mummy (The Mummy (1932 film)), resided in Prince Albert during the early 20th century.

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Image:Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha - Project Gutenberg etext 13103.jpg right thumb Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Prince Consort to Queen Victoria and the namesake of the city chosen by Reverend Nisbet last2 first2 author2-link title What's In A Name? place Saskatoon publisher Western Producer Prairie Books year 1975 volume edition url doi id isbn postscript

'''Prince Albert''' is the third-largest city in Saskatchewan, Canada. It is situated near the centre of the province on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River (Saskatchewan River). The city is known as the "Gateway to the North" because it is the last major centre along the route to the resources of northern Saskatchewan. Prince Albert National Park is located just north of the city and contains a huge wealth of lakes, forest, and wildlife. The city itself is located in a transition zone (ecotone) between the aspen parkland and boreal forest biomes. Prince Albert is bordered by the Rural Municipality of Prince Albert No. 461 (Prince Albert No. 461, Saskatchewan) and the Rural Municipality of Buckland No. 491 (Buckland No. 491, Saskatchewan).

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