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Wainwright,

town (1991 pop. 4,732), E Alta., Canada, SE of Edmonton and near the Sask. border. It is a trade center and railroad division point for an oil and natural gas area. It has oil refineries, grain elevators, and flour mills. Nearby is a military base.
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The event has sparked a 50pc increase in membership of the Wainwright Society as more than 150 new members have joined.
Wainwright did the field work for the guides at weekends and brief holidays, and always used public transport.
Broadcaster Eric Robson, chairman of both the Wainwright Society and Cumbria Tourist Board, said: "Alfred Wainwright communicated better than any guide book writer before or since the essence of the Lakeland landscape.
In 1973 Mrs Wainwright accompanied her husband on a fact-finding mission to Guinea Bassau to meet guerrillas fighting Portuguese colonial rule.
Joyce Mrs Wainwright is survived by daughters Hilary and Tessa, son Martin and five grandchildren.
We make significant investments in time and expertise to craft Evil Eye products," says Tim McAleer, marketing director for Wainwright Brewing Company.
Wainwright brands are produced at Pittsburgh Brewing Company's facilities, which also make Samuel Adams Beer for the Boston Beer Company.