Cattlemen on the Prairies, mountain resource owners and lumbermen rejoiced; finally, after years of badgering their elected representatives, they would get reliable, speedy access to Eastern markets. Old photos reveal that this end of town looked nothing like the begrimed hell of Michel or Natal; the homes appeared bright and metallic surfaces reflect light back at the lens.
Viewing them as an unnecessary luxury, most companies were refused to provide them, or if they did, neglected to maintain them and wanted to charge for their use.
About Alex Morency opened the Crowsnest Lake Dance Pavilion, a popular hot-spot which closed in the early s and sat decaying in If we live forever, will this weaken our ability to remember.
Presenting a unified front to the bosses was a perennial headache for the Union organizers, for always there would be dissenters who disagreed with the immediate aims of the Union and were willing to break a strike. Another bone of contention was the use of blasting powder to loosen tons of coal from the face.
In the operation was bought by a Welshman, E. The Age of Oil had arrived in Alberta. Alberta does build fine roads, and this one is a far cry from the first rough trail that early Natives broke through the Pass and out onto the Prairies so many centuries ago.
First of all, an economically mineable deposit of coal had to be located and assessed. Development on the Dennison began immediately.
Though there were a thousand things over which bosses and workers could disagree, money, of course, topped the list.
The Town of Coleman acquired the property sometime in the s, and soon after R. In the western demand for coal totalled approximately 7. Building coking ovens was an expensive proposition, and risky.
Across the Trough to the north Crowsnest Mountain stands in solitude. Though there were a thousand things over which bosses and workers could disagree, money, of course, topped the list. For as much as Albertans tend to deny it, the fact is that their province does see some precipitation, although, truthfully, down here in the southern reaches, not an excessive amount.
Industrial consumers in Canada west and the American Northwest required that 3. Miners got paid by the ton; any hours not spent working at the coal-face was lost money. Years of seemingly endless arguing in U.
Appreciating that the redoubtable Pic would not meekly hand over his money upon being politely asked, the cohorts brought a couple of guns to lend emphasis to their exhortations. The upshot was that the Trough producers were required to maintain expensive stockpiles of inventory and were frequently forced to suspend operations and default on deliveries.
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The school had been expanded with the addition of two rooms. The mine owners, unsurprisingly, disagreed with both the miners and the Eight-Hour Shift regulation. Access tunnels had to be driven into the deposits and methods of extracting and cleaning the coal devised.
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