Red Deer River


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Red Deer River

A river rising in the Rocky Mountains of southwest Alberta, Canada, and flowing about 725 km (450 mi) generally east to the South Saskatchewan River just across the Saskatchewan border.
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In Red Deer, volunteers from the Turning Point Society of Central Alberta helped clean up a small island in the Red Deer River.
Micklson then ran through open fields about one and a half miles from the Red Deer River, shooting at the others who were in hot pursuit.
Along the North Saskatchewan, Upriver or Beaver Hills Cree and bands of Stoney and Wood Assiniboine (Nakoda) returned to favoured pounds annually; the Blackfoot (Siksika), returned to areas north of the Red Deer River and North Saskatchewan; the Sarcee (Tsuu t'ina) to the lands between the Red Deer and Bow Rivers, and the Peigan (Piikani) and Blood (Kainai) to pounds along the Eastern Slopes and along valley complexes of the Red Deer River.
On June 7, Plains Midstream Canada's Rangeland pipeline spilled between 1,000 and 3,000 barrels of light sour crude oil into the Red Deer River via the Jackson Creek.
One of the province's hundreds of oil pipelines burst, sending about 3,000 barrels of crude oil into the Red Deer River, the drinking water reservoir at Gleniffer Lake, farrmers fields, and people's wells.
Plains Midstream, a unit of Houston-based Plains All American, estimated that 1,000-3,000 barrels of light, sour crude -- oil that has a high sulphur content -- leaked from a 12-inch line on its Rangeland south system into a tributary of the Red Deer River, a large waterway that runs cross south-central Alberta.
The 50-year-old Rangeland Pipeline gave way Thursday night, releasing between 1,000 and 3,000 barrels (160,000 to 480,000 liters) into a tributary of the Red Deer river in Alberta province, Plains Midstream Canada said.
He was a long time member of Board of Directors of Red Deer River Garden Club, Scout leader, church pianist, and was active in drama productions and choirs.
For the most part the novel is set in the badlands of the Red Deer River valley during World War One, but this historical and geographical terrain is contextualized by a deeper sense of time and environment that comes from the fossils themselves.
Yet the government approved the water conservation objectives for the Red Deer River even though it did not receive majority support during the public consultation phase.
Hunts can be fairly vigorous in the valley of the Red Deer River, like a mini sheep hunt, and shots tend to be longer.
43) The operation at the Red Deer River (McArdle Salt Flat) was not profitable and folded soon after it was formed with distance from markets, high transportation costs, and internal problems being cited as the main factors in its failure.