Drumheller

(redirected from Drumheller, Alberta)
Also found in: Wikipedia.

Drumheller

(drŭm`hĕl'ər), city (1991 pop. 6,277), SE Alta., Canada, on the Red Deer River. Once a coal mining town, it is now an agricultural area. It is the site of the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology, which houses the largest display of complete dinosaur skeletons in the world.
References in periodicals archive ?
During the period in Western Canada, Canadian Superior's focus was centered on continuing with its development drilling program on its Drumheller, Alberta operating area.
Canadian Superior")(AMEX:SNG)(TSX:SNG) of Calgary, Alberta announced today that it has successfully commenced drilling on a multi-well drilling program on its recently acquired Drumheller, Alberta area oil and gas properties.
Canadian Superior" - AMEX; TSX: SNG) of Calgary, Alberta announced today that it has successfully completed the acquisition of El Paso Corporation's Drumheller, Alberta area oil and gas assets, production facilities, gas plants and undeveloped lands located in Central Alberta.
The Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site, located in East Coulee, a community of Drumheller, Alberta, Canada, preserves the last of 139 coal mines that operated in the Drumheller valley between 1911 and 1979.
Maureen Trudeau and her family first discovered the Burgess Shale while wandering the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta.
The fossils will be on display this fall at the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta.
Identification guide to the fossil plants of the Horseshoe Canyon formation of Drumheller, Alberta.
Ask about special sleepover programs offered at such museums as the Vancouver Aquarium, Toronto's Ontario Science Centre and the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta, where you can bunk down in the dinosaur gallery and watch for T.
Last year, they sponsored Project Drumheller, a fundraising campaign initiated to help a young six-year-old paleontologist travel to Drumheller, Alberta, to meet with the esteemed Dr.
Previous finds have offered circumstantial evidence that some theropods ate plants, says Philip Currie of the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta.
The film was made entirely in Canada, even recreating the siege of Van in a section of Toronto and the desert refugee sequences near Drumheller, Alberta.
Don Brinkman at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology in Drumheller, Alberta.