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Breton Community Directory

The information contained in this directory is the latest information provided to Breton by the individual organizations that make up this directory.
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The Cowboy Trail
Listed in: Bragg Creek
Listed under: SPORT & RECREATION
Mailing Address: Box 285, Bragg Creek, AB T0L 0K0
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Along the foothills of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains is a narrow band of mixed forests and grasslands known for its moderate climate, a wide variety of wildlife species and broad ecological diversity. This attracted First Nations peoples to the area hundreds of years ago. Alberta ranching families first settled the territory in the 1880s and transformed the rolling grasslands into cattle country. There’s plenty to do along The Cowboy Trail. Stay at a guest ranch or working ranch. Experience a trail ride with an outfitter into some of Alberta’s prettiest country.

Town of Drayton Valley
Listed in: Drayton Valley
Listed under: GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Phone: 780-514-2200     Fax: 780-542-5753
Street Address: 5120 – 52 Street, Drayton Valley
Mailing Address: Box 6837, Drayton Valley, AB T7A 1A1
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With the arrival of the oil boom, an in one year (1953), the town grew from 75 to 2,000 people. The hamlet continued to grow, and was incorporated as a village in February 1956. Two other communities also grew out of the influx of workers — Lodgepole and Cynthia. Drayton Valley was the main service and residential centre, and on February 1st, 1957, Drayton Valley was officially incorporated as a town.

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Click here to learn about the 39/20 Alliance. It is with your support that we move forward to the goal of realizing our vision for the new Community Centre! The Breton Golf Course is a beautiful 9 hole family oriented course catering to golfers of every skill level. Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) is a Municipal/Provincial cost shared program. Brazeau County is a vibrant and growing community, where industry and commerce join forces with outdoor recreation and western culture. AlbertaFireBans.ca aims to provide a single portal to information on all active fire bans, fire restrictions and fire advisories across Alberta.
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Updated September 13, 2018
VILLAGE OF BRETON, BOX 480, BRETON ALBERTA CANADA T0C 0P0 | PHONE: 780-696-3636 | FAX: 780-696-3590 | EMAIL: vbreton@telusplanet.net