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CKUA Radio Network Inc. with funding support from the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation developed a series of radio documentaries on historical topics. These were developed by freelance writer and producer Cheryl Croucher, who conducted exhaustive research and extensive interviews to present this entertaining and wide-ranging set of three minute features. The series was digitized by the Heritage Community Foundation, who partnered with CKUA to create the CKUA Sound Archives, an important part of the Alberta Online Encyclopedia – www.albertasource.ca. The following Heritage Trails have been chosen because of the information they provide about the Oblates in the West and the Francophone heritage.

Ethnic Settlement in Alberta: Francophones

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Ethnic Settlement in Alberta: Francophones 2

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Father Lacombe Chapel in St. Albert

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French Oblate Names: Part One

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French Oblate Names, Part Two: Father Vegreville

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Grouard

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Notre Dame Convent in Morinville

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Smallpox Epidemics, Part Three: Epidemic of 1781 - 82 wipes out Native villages across the West

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Smallpox Epidemics, Part Four: David Thompson’s Journals and the tales of Sokumapi

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Smallpox Epidemics, Part Five

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Towns, Lacombe

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Women In Place Names: Lac St. Anne

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