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yellowhead

(ˈjɛləʊˌhɛd)
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(Animals) a small bush bird, Mohoua ochrocephala, of South Island, New Zealand, having a yellow head and breast. Also called: mohua
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From the many industries that directly depend on this resource to tourism and wilderness recreation, life across West Yellowhead depends on a healthy, productive environment.
Late in the autumn of that year, a group of four miners from the Cariboo area of the British Columbia interior, hearing reports of gold at Edmonton, ascended the Fraser River, and by way of Yellowhead Pass and Jasper House, arrived at the fort.
The Series 7 holographic design incorporates a New Zealand map and fern theme with a varying native bird feature--a New Zealand falcon for the $20, a blue-wattled crow for the $50 and a yellowhead for the $100 that matches the image on the banknote.
Caption: Greeting song played during the Indigenous Partners Roundtable by traditional singers representing the communities of the Yellowhead Tribal College in Edmonton that is owned by five First Nations from Alberta.
In January 1875, Jarvis led a survey team in a horrific winter expedition to survey the Smoky River Pass north of the Yellowhead Pass as a possible route for the CPR line.
The shallow, weedy lake covers almost 30-square miles of Yellowhead County in western Alberta.
Lors des elections partielles du 17 novembre 2014, Jim Eglinski (Parti conservateur) a ete elu dans la circonscription de Yellowhead et Pat Perkins (Parti conservateur), dans la circonscription de Whitby--Oshawa.
In the by-elections held on November 17, 2014, Jim Eglinski was elected in the electoral district of Yellowhead and Pat Perkins was elected in the electoral district of Whitby-Oshawa.
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Getting There: Arrive at the Edmonton International Airport and transfer to Jasper (392 km/4 hour 30 minutes) via the Yellowhead Highway.
The Treaty Six ASETS steering committee is comprised of the Six Independent Alberta First Nations Society of Maskwacis, Yellowhead Tribal Development Foundation, Tribal Chiefs Employment and Training Services Association and urban ASETS agreement holder, Oteenow Employment and Training Society.
A development permit will be sought by Coalspur from Yellowhead County prior to commencing construction.