T1R Brooks

Worden, Peter
January 2011
Alberta Views;Jan2011, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p9
The article features Brooks, Alberta in Canada. It offers the geographic description of Brooks including its classification as a baldass desert, the long-time industries which includes ranching, farming, and oilfield services, and the use of 76 different languages. It presents the insights of several people regarding the country including Marj Baillie who says that the people are friendly, Amanda Peterson who loves the diversity, and Norm Gerestein who appreciates the size of the community.


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