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Cardston,

town (1991 pop. 3,480), SW Alta., Canada, near the U.S. boundary. It was founded in 1887 by Mormons from Utah under the leadership of Charles Ora Card, son-in-law of Brigham Young. The chief Mormon temple of Canada is in the town. It is a ranch and irrigation agriculture center. Nearby is the Blood Reserve, the largest reserve for Native Americans in Canada.
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As multiple work groups laboured simultaneously on the project, the rail line reached Cardston, Alberta in 1903.
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LDM Enterprises, Box 1347, Cardston, Alberta, Canada T0K 0K0, (403) 653-2120.
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