Medicine Hat


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Medicine Hat,

city (1991 pop. 43,625), SE Alta., Canada, on the South Saskatchewan River. It is the center of a farming and ranching area with valuable natural-gas deposits that have been exploited for more than a century. There are light industries and glassblowing and rubber plants.

Medicine Hat

 

a city in Alberta, Canada, on the South Saskatchewan River. Population, 26,000 (1971). The city is a railroad junction. Food-processing and chemical industries are located there.

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Major Walker and wife leave here tomorrow for Medicine Hat in a boat.
I am delighted to be partnering with the Alberta government to ensure Medicine Hat has a transit system that will serve residents now and in the future.
Completing this $23 million interchange will relieve congestion for Medicine Hat residents and improve travel for all motorists on Highway 1.
This book provides considerable detail on an important aspect of Medicine Hat and Canadian history.
It was bought by a Medicine Hat businessman and donated to the city in 1991.
In 1915 the CPR made an agreement with the Gaumont company (based in France, but with a North American branch) to make Medicine Hat the setting for a promotional film.
The project is underpinned by a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) between Medicine Hat and the project s developer, Box Springs Wind Corp.
Once completed in the fall of 2014, the $23 million interchange and associated work will allow free-flowing east and westbound traffic on the TransCanada/Highway 1 resulting in less congestion, smoother highway traffic movement and reduced demand on Medicine Hat s roadway infrastructure.
The Medicine Hat Family YMCA is receiving more than $556,000 from the Skills Link program to help youth overcome barriers to employment.
Today's investment will strengthen Medicine Hat College's ability to engage with businesses and expose students to the latest advanced manufacturing technologies.
A private company that owns much of the energy transmission network in southern and central Alberta, Altalink operates around the cities of Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge.