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1906 Census of Northwest Provinces

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Special census ordered by the Canadian Government to track the high rates of population growth in the prairie provinces (Manitoba and the two newly created provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta). This endeavour continued from 1906 to 1956, at which time the Census of the Northwest provinces became part of the Canada-wide census

1911 Census

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This census was compiled in 1911 according to the laws of the Government of Canada, which required that a national census be done every ten years.

1916 Census of Northwest Provinces

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Special census ordered by the Canadian government to track the high rates of population growth in the prairie provinces (Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta). This endeavour continued from 1906 to 1956, at which time the Census of the Northwest Provinces became part of the Canada-wide census.

Aamot, Paulette

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Paulette Aamot was a member of the Trappers’ Festival board of directors for 8 years. She was mainly responsible for their headquarters every year.

Abbott, Albert Clifford

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  • 5 Aug 1897-23 Mar 1983

Education: BA1917; MD(Man)1917; CM1921; FRCS(Edin & C)

Positions: Gordon Bell Research Fellow 1927-28
Demonstrator, Lecturer, Asst Professor (Medicine)
Assoc Professor Internal Medicine (Neurology) & Psychiatry

Abbott, Eileen

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  • 1896-1980

Mrs. Eileen Abbott was the daughter of Lillian (Thompson) Bulman and William John Bulman and later the wife of Dr. A. Clifford Abbott (m. January 2, 1925). As a young woman, Eileen was an amateur figure skater and she went on to become an international skating dance judge. Her daughter, Frances E. (Abbott) Gunn, was also a figure skater during the 1940s and 1950s and was at one point a Canadian Junior Figure Skating Champion. She also went on to become an international figure skating judge.

Abbott, Eileen Bulman

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  • 1896-1980

Eileen Bulman Abbott received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Manitoba in 1918 and was the second woman at the University of Manitoba to receive a Bachelor of Science degree when she did so in 1919.

Abel, Dave

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  • 2001

Mr. Abel was president of the Transcona Credit Union (1995 to --- ). He joined as a Board Member in 1986, held offices of 2nd Vice President (1988), 1st Vice President (1991). He Joined TCU as a member in 1976.

Abrams, Max

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  • fl 1961-1997

Transcona resident for thirty-eight years. Worked as armourer in the Princess Patricia Light Infantry. Served as Curator for the Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum. Moved to Chilliwack, B.C.

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