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Cote-Saint-Luc–Hampstead–Montreal West

Côte Saint-Luc–Hampstead–Montreal West area in the Western part of Montreal, Quebec. It consisted of the former municipalities of Cote Saint-Luc, Hampstead and Montreal West. On January 1, 2002, all three municipalities were merged by the provinc ...

                                               

Dorval–LIle-Dorval

Dorval–LILE-Dorval is a former city on the West island of Montreal, Quebec. It consisted of the former municipalities of Dorval and LILE-Dorval. The municipalities were merged into the city of Montreal by the provincial government on January 1, 2 ...

                                               

LIle-Bizard–Sainte-Genevieve–Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

Leela on-Bizard–Sainte-geneviève–Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is a former district of the city of Montreal, province of Quebec, in the West of the island. The district was created following the municipal mergers of 2002 and consisted of the former mun ...

                                               

NCW Triple Crown Championship

The NCW Triple crown championship was a title contested in the canadian wrestling promotion of the championship the North. It was created on 15 December 2007 when NCW x-Treme championship and the NCW championship in the heavyweight division were ...

                                               

Moose Jaw City

MOOSE jaw City was a provincial electoral district in the canadian province of Saskatchewan. This group existed from 1905 to 1967 when it was divided into moose jaw North and South. It was the riding of opposition leader Wellington Willoughby. Fr ...

                                               

Sweetgrass–Coutts Border Crossing

In the Sweetgrass–Coutts border crossing connects the town of sweet grass, Montana, from Coutts, Alberta, on the border between Canada and the United States. It is the busiest port of entry in Montana, and the place where interstate 15 meets Albe ...

                                               

Ponoka, Alberta

Ponoka is a town in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located at the intersection of highway 2A and highway 53, 59 kilometres North of Red deer and 95 kilometres South of Edmonton. In Ponoka name is Blackfoot for "elk", which is the animal depicted ...

                                               

Olds, Alberta

Children is a city on the corridor calgary–Edmonton in Alberta, Canada. It is located in Central Alberta in mountain view County, located 61 km South of the nearest town, red deer and 90 km North of calgary. Nearby cities Didsbury South and Bowde ...

                                               

Innisfail, Alberta

Innisfail-a town in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located in the calgary-Edmonton corridor, South of Red deer at the intersection of highway 2 and highway 54.

                                               

Okotoks

Okotoks is a town in the province of Alberta, Canada. It is situated on the sheep river, approximately 18 km South of calgary. The town is a member of the regional partnership calgary, cooperation of municipalities in the calgary area. Okotoks ha ...

                                               

Innisfail, Alberta

                                               

Didsbury, Alberta

Didsbury is a town in Central Alberta, Canada, in the foothills of the Rocky mountains. It is located next to Alberta highway 2A, near the highway of Queen Elizabeth II. Didsbury is within the corridor of calgary-Edmonton. Didsbury is approximate ...

                                               

High River

High river is a city in the Metropolitan region in calgary, Alberta, Canada with a population 13.584. It is 67.7 km South of calgary, at the junction of Alberta highways 2 and 23. High river is approximately 54 km South of downtown calgary.

                                               

Carstairs, Alberta

Karsters is a city in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located on highway 2A, 241 kilometres South of the provincial capital, Edmonton, and 48 kilometres North of calgary, the nearest major city. The nearest neighboring community of Didsbury and Cr ...

                                               

Claresholm

Claresholm is a town located in the southern part of the province of Alberta, Canada. It is located on highway 2, approximately 91 km North-West of the city of Lethbridge and 125 km South of calgary. One of the famous five involved in the persons ...

                                               

Millet, Alberta

Millet is a city in Central Alberta, Canada, located approximately 40 kilometers South of Albertas capital, Edmonton. The city won at the national level in the communities in bloom competition and markets its beautiful setting.

                                               

Nanton, Alberta

Nanton is a town in the southern part of the province of Alberta, Canada. Nanton was named after sir Augustus Meredith Nanton of Winnipeg, who directed firms that offered financing for farms and ranches in the West. It is located South of calgary ...

                                               

Stavely

Staveley is a farming community in southern Alberta, Canada. It is located 110 kilometers South of calgary on highway 2 and 16 km East of willow Creek Provincial Park. Staveley was named for Alexander Staveley hill, managing Director of the Oxley ...

                                               

Bittern Lake

Bittern lake, originally called Rosenroll, is a village in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located between camrose and Wetaskiwin, on highway 13. The first post office opened in the home of Ernest Roper in 1899. He was known as the village of Rose ...

                                               

Blackfalds

The last census took place in 2018 and the city recorded an official population of 10.125 residents. Detailed information about the cities population can be found on the citys website. The population of the city Blackfalds 2017 municipal census i ...

                                               

Bowden, Alberta

Bowden is a town in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located in the County of red deer on highway Queen Elizabeth II, about 45 km South of Red deer. The community can take its name from Bowdon, greater Manchester, England. In provincial Alberta lan ...

                                               

Granum, Alberta

Granum is a hamlet in southern Alberta, Canada, which is under the jurisdiction of the municipal district of willow Creek, 26. It is located at the junction of highway 2 and highway 519 West of Lethbridge. Incorporated as the village of leavings ...

                                               

Penhold

Penhold is a town in Central Alberta, Canada. Penhold is surrounded by the County from Red deer 23, 16 km South of Red deer at the intersection of highway 2A and highway 42. It is located 128 kilometres North of calgary, along the red deer river ...

                                               

Camrose, Alberta

Montreal-a town in Central Alberta, Canada, amid some of the richest farmland in the prairies. This is a relatively small city that grew up along the railroad and now grows along highway 13.

                                               

Bawlf

Bawlf is a village in the province of Alberta, Canada located 25 km East-Southeast of Camrose. Founded in 1905 as a stop on the Canadian railroad of the Pacific, he was named after Nicholas Bawlf, who was then President of the Winnipeg Grain exch ...

                                               

Cowley, Alberta

Cowley is a village in the municipal district of Pincher Creek No. 9, Alberta. It is located West of Lethbridge in southern Alberta. It was settled in the 1880s and was called farmer. Cowley post office opened in 1900, and in 1906 Cowley was inco ...

                                               

Daysland

The community was named for its founder and first mayor, Edgerton W. day, who acquired 116.483 acres 47.139 hectares of land from the CPR in 1904 the basis of Daysland.

                                               

Hardisty

Hardisty is a town in Flagstaff County in Alberta, Canada. It is located in East-Central Alberta, 111 kilometres from the border of Saskatchewan, near the intersection of highway 13 and highway 881, in the valley of the river Battle. Pacheco is m ...

                                               

Killam, Alberta

Killam is a city in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located in Flagstaff County, East of Camrose at the intersection of highway 13 and veterans memorial highway 36.

                                               

Mannville, Alberta

Mannville is a village in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located at the intersection of the Yellowhead highway and highway 881, approximately 22 kilometres West of vermilion and 170 kilometres East of Edmonton. Its main industry is agriculture

                                               

Alix, Alberta

Alix is a village in the Central part of the province of Alberta to the North-East of red deer. Its village mascot is the Alix-Gator, who is featured prominently on many signs and businesses. Originally the settlement was called Toddsville after ...

                                               

Mundare

Mundare is a small town in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located 70 km East of Edmonton and 24 km West of Vegreville, at the intersection of highway 15 and highway 855, 2 km North of the Yellowhead highway. The canadian national railway tracks r ...

                                               

Sedgewick, Alberta

Sedgwick is a city in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located 83 km East of Camrose at the intersection of highway 13 and highway 869. The canadian Pacific railway passes through the city.

                                               

Tofield

Field is a town in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located about 68 km East of Edmonton at the intersection of highway 14, highway 834, and # 626. Beaverhill lake is located in the North-East of the community.

                                               

Warner, Alberta

Warner is a village in southern Alberta, Canada. It is located in the County of Warner No. 5, approximately 65 km South of Lethbridge. Warner is a farming community. Warner is situated at the intersection of highway 4 and highway 36, about 38 km ...

                                               

Bassano, Alberta

Bassano-town, Alberta, Canada. It is located on the TRANS-Canada highway, approximately 140 kilometres South-East of calgary and 160 kilometres Northwest of medicine hat. Also on the main line of the Canadian Pacific railway. A short distance Sou ...

                                               

Castor, Alberta

Castor is a town in the province of Alberta, Canada. It is located at the intersection of highway 12 and highway 861, approximately 143 km East of Red deer. Its altitude is 816 m. Castor French and Latin beaver. The city is known for its duck and ...

                                               

Holden, Alberta

During the 2016 census of population conducted by statistics Canada, the village of Holden recorded a population of 350 people living in 146 out of 167 total private dwellings, a change of -8.1% from its 2011 population of 381. With a land area o ...

                                               

Viking, Alberta

Viking is a town in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located at the intersection of highway 14 and highway 36, about 121 km East of Edmonton. The city also gives its name to the Viking formation oil bearing stratigraphic.

                                               

Wainwright, Alberta

Wainwright is a city in East-Central Alberta, Canada, 206 kilometres South-East of Edmonton. Located to the West of the Alberta–Saskatchewan border, Wainwright 61 38 kilometers South of the Vermilion river valley Battle. Highway 41, called the Bu ...

                                               

Barons, Alberta

Barons is a village in the southern part of the province of Alberta, Canada in a region called the Pallisers triangle. It is located 51 kilometres North of Lethbridge along highway 23. Barons was a filming site for scenes in the 1978 film Superma ...

                                               

Carmangay

Carmangay is a village in southern Alberta, Canada. It is located 62 kilometers North of Lethbridge and 150 kilometres South of calgary, along the Canadian Pacific railway, East of highway 23. It takes its name from ZS pocket, who bought 1.500 ac ...

                                               

Gadsby, Alberta

Gatsby is a hamlet in Central Alberta, Canada, which is under the jurisdiction of the County of Stettler, No. 6. It is located East of deer on the track 852 to the North of highway 12. Included in 1909, he dissolved from village status in the ear ...

                                               

Lamont, Alberta

The city was named in honour of canadian politician John Henderson Lamont. The Lamont hospital opened in 1912, serves the entire region. On 29 November 1960, a school bus carrying students from nearby Chipman to school in Lamont was struck by the ...

                                               

Redcliff, Alberta

Radcliffe is a city in southern Alberta, Canada within cypress County. The frontier town of medicine Hat to the South and East, the city is divided into two parts by highway 1 and lies on the North Bank of the river South Saskatchewan. The city o ...

                                               

Ryley

Riley is a village in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located in the County of beaver, along highway 14 between the cities of Edmonton and the city of the Vikings. The city of Camrose is approximately 58 km South of Riley. The village was named in ...

                                               

Bashaw, Alberta

Pasha-a town in Central Alberta located at the intersection of highway 21 and highway 53. The community is named Eugene Pasha, the original owner of the site of the city.

                                               

Coronation, Alberta

The coronation is a city in East-Central Alberta, Canada, in the County of Paintearth No. 18. It is located at the intersection of highway 12 and highway 872, approximately 100 kilometres West of the border of Saskatchewan.

                                               

Edson, Alberta

Edson is a city in West-Central Alberta, Canada. It is located in Yellowhead County, 192 kilometres West of Edmonton along the Yellowhead highway and 10 kilometres East from the intersection with highway 47.

                                               

Ferintosh, Alberta

Ferintosh is a small village in the County of Camrose in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located about 38 km South of Camrose, and 102 km South-East of Edmonton. The village is situated on little beaver lake. The community takes its name from Feri ...

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