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Forklift Attachments Red Deer

Forklift Attachments Red Deer - The original inhabitants within the area called Red Deer, were the aboriginal tribes, consisting of Blackfoot, Stoney and Plains Cree. Throughout the late 18th century, European fur traders started to pass through the area. One of these first settlers, Reverend Leonard Gaetz, purchased and afterward gave half of his 1,240 acres to the Calgary and Edmonton Railway to be able to develop a bridge over the river and town site. As a result, the first train to Edmonton from Calgary went through Red Deer during the year 1891. Red Deer was incorporated as a town during the year 1901, and it developed mostly its agricultural distribution and service centre. It became more developed in 1907, when it was selected as the divisional point for the Canadian Pacific Railway. In 1911, two other railways joined Red Deer: Canadian Northern Railway and Alberta Central Railway. Red Deer was incorporated as a city on March 25, 1913.

Waskasoo Park in Red Deer, gives the city an alternate name of the "Park City." The more popular parks and attractions are the Collicutt Centre, Waskasoo Park, Recreation Centre, Canyon Ski an Recreation Centre, Enmax Centrium, Westerner Exposition Grounds, Greater Red Deer Visitor Centre, Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and G.H. Dawe Community Centre. It is an 80 kilometer multi-use trails meant for biking, rollerblading, walking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, horseback riding, and rollerblading. The park has is perfect for wildlife and bird watching, and it also has various highlights, such as: Heritage Ranch, Fort Normandeau, Great Chief (Maskeptoon) Park, Bower Ponds and Cronquist Heritage Centre, Coronation Park, Great Cheif Athletic Park, Gaetz Lakes Sanctuary, Kin Kanyon, Three Mile Bend, Lions Campground, Discovery Canyon, Kiwanis Picnic Park, BMX Park and Great West Adventure Park. The Collicutt Centre is a large, state of the art facility which comprises an indoor running track, swimming pools, a hockey rink, field houses, gymnastic centre, basketball courts, lacrosse, fitness and training rooms, and climbing walls.

In Red Deer, there are numerous interpretive centres and museums consisting of the Red Deer & District Archives, Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery, Sunnybrook Farm Museum & Interpretive Centre, Tourism Red Deer, Alberta Sports Hall of Fame, Kerry Wood Nature Centre, and Fort Normandeau. Working so as to create a more memorable experience for its visitors, the Red Deer Museum + Art aims to to help them understand the culture, people and history of Central Alberta. Sunnybrook Farm Museum celebrates the early days of Alberta farming. The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is an interactive, hands-on celebration of Alberta's sporting history. It likewise provides an education program, group activities, meeting room rentals and party/reception facility rental. The Kerry Wood Nature Centre is Red Deer's year-round home of entertaining nature activities, exhibits, and information-giving.

The city of Red Deer has a growing manufacturing business, while still retaining a strong base in oil, petrochemicals, agriculture, wholesale and retail service and distribution trade. In the city of red Deer, the manufacturing and service businesses are lucrative, with metal fabrication being the biggest sector, while machinery, wood cabinetry, and food processing are the second largest sectors in the manufacturing trade. Distribution is also a strong component, as Red Deer's site makes it an ideal distribution centre for businesses in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. The more reputable company under this particular industry is Daimler Chrysler Canada, that has consistently won efficiency awards under this particular category. Food processing and agriculture is also a lucrative venture, with Nossack Fine Meats and Olymel leading the business. Tourism is also a highlighted sector, as Red Deer boasts of several hotels that range in size and price ranges. Retail and Wholesale services are also doing very well, and several new malls are opening, such as: Winners, Michael's Arts & Crafts, Future Shop, Chapters and Wal-Mart (two locations) to Red Deer, as well as Home Depot and London Drugs.

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