Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan


Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan

] Fort Qu'Appelle is home to the Fort Qu'Appelle Community Health Services Centre, All Nations' Healing Hospital and the Echo Lodge Special Care Home.cite web
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] Regina has a number of health care facilities, some of which are the Pasqua Hospital, Regina General Hospital, Rehabilitation Services, Wascana Rehabilitation Centre, Community Health Centres, Al Ritchie Health Action Centre, Child Health Clinics, Four Directions Community Health Centre, Mental Health Services and the population and Public Health Services.cite web
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] Indian Head facilities consist of the Indian Head Hospital, and Golden Prairie Home long term care facility.cite web
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ports and recreation

Within the town of Qu'Appelle, the Recreation & Culture Committee oversees the activities at the skating rink, Centennial and Capital Day Parks, Community Hall, tennis court and library. [Citation
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] The McLean, Saskatchewan Recreation Site km to mi|17 west of Qu'Appelle to the west has a picnic area;cite web
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title =radius of km to mi|20 of Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan:
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] cite web
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title =Product Detail
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] Katepwa Point Provincial Park km to mi|27.2, Valley Centre Recreation Site km to mi|29, Lebret Recreation Site km to mi|29 and Echo Valley Provincial Park km to mi|30 are in the Qu'Appelle Valley; Katepwa Point Provincial Park features a picnic area, beach, nine hole golf course, miniature golf course, fishing, boating and campground.cite web
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] This popular beach is located on Katepwa Road.cite web
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title =Virtual Saskatchewan - Qu'Appelle Valley
work = Tourism Saskatchewan
publisher = Government of Canada
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Notable people from Qu'Appelle

*Neil Schell, actor was born 24 April 1957, in Qu'Appelle. He has starred in a variety of television series and movies such as most recently "A Little Thing Called Murder", 2006 and "Cabin Pressure / Hijack'd", 2006.cite web
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*George H. V. Bulyea, Canadian politician moved to Qu'Appelle, District of Assiniboia, North-West Territories in 1893. Here he engaged in the furniture, flour, and feed businesses until 1907. He wrote an official handbook regarding the North-West Territories.cite web
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*Vernon Barford, (10 September 1876 - 22 April 1963) organist, choirmaster, teacher homesteaded and organist in the Qu'Appelle district between 1895 and 1900.cite web
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title =Vernon Barford
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publisher = Historica Foundation of Canada.
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*Edward Rawlinson, (June 2, 1912–1992), born in Qu'Appelle showed leadership in broadcasting across several radio stations to Saskatchewan and was the youngest chartered accountant in Canada.cite web
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title =Rawlinson, Edward A. (1912–92)
work = The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan | Search Results
publisher = CANADIAN PLAINS RESEARCH CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF REGINA
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Area statistics

*Lat (DMS) 50° 33' 00" N
*Long (DMS) 103° 53' 00" W
*Dominion Land Survey Section 21 - Township 18 - Range 14 West of the 2nd Meridian
*Time zone (cst) UTC-6

See also

* List of communities in Saskatchewan
* List of towns in Saskatchewan

Notes

External links

* [http://library.usask.ca/spcoll/postcardsquappelle/views.html Postcard views of Qu'Appelle at the turn of the 20th century]
* [http://www.sasksettlement.com/index.php Saskatchewan Settlement Experience. Photos of early settlement, including in Qu'Appelle]
* [http://www.wolfsun.ca/episode_guide/opera.html Qu’Appelle Opera House Edifice & Us ]
* [http://www.townofquappelle.ca/ Town of Qu'Appelle website]
* [http://www.saskbiz.ca/communityprofiles/CommunityProfile.Asp?CommunityID=315 Sask Biz - Qu'Appelle ] Canadian City Geographic Location (8-way)
Northwest = Avonhurst
North = Edgeley
Northeast = Strathcarrol,


[cite web
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title = Saskatchewan, Canada, Rand McNally 1924 Indexed Pocket Map Tourists' and Shippers' Guide
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