Weyburn


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Weyburn

(wā`bərn), city (1991 pop. 9,673), SE Sask., Canada, SE of Regina. A trade center for a wheat-growing and oil-producing region, it has grain elevators and a feed mill. Power-line and transmission cables, and steel, plastic, and glass products are manufactured.
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Forget his subsequent Market Rasen blowout - he probably 'bounced' on his second run back from a long absence - and focus instead on his last-timeout Southwell third to Weyburn.
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Managing Madness: Weyburn Mental Hospital and the Transformation of Psychiatric Care in Canada
Parley delivers a first-hand account of The Mental, another name for the Weyburn Mental Hospital in Saskatchewan.
Born in Friedensfeld near Steinbach, Manitoba, Salemka grew up in Weyburn, Saskatchewan.
Pursuant to the agreement, the assets being sold include liquids pipelines and related facilities in southeast Saskatchewan and southwest Manitoba, the Saskatchewan Gathering and Weyburn gathering systems as well as the Westspur trunk line.
5m acres at Cenovus' Pelican Lake and Weyburn properties, two large-scale, long-life oil projects.
Weyburn, Knox; Full-time minister; Interim Moderator Rev.
Parenteau had spent the past season in the Junior A ranks toiling with the Weyburn Red Wings, who compete in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, a step below the WHL.
Julie Collings, later embarked on a joint ministry in Weyburn, Sask.
WEYBURN LAD (Race 7) is well-drawn on the outside to take a trappy sprint for Jon Liles.