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Street origins focus of St. Albert museum exhibition.

Musee Heritage Museum in St. Albert is running a new exhibit entitled The Street Where You Live. This exhibition will reveal thefidentities and stories of many of the individuals and families whose lives merited public acknowledgement by having a street named in their honour. The street signs are a catalogue of interesting people who have contributed to St Albert, from the early Metis, who lived and worked in the area, to the Mission's founders, business people and community builders. The exhibition includes some amazing stories, says museum spokesperson Danielle Antoniuk. There is also information about many of the other street names, which patrons can investigate on their own. The exhibition runs until Nov. 15.

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Title Annotation:EDMONTON
Author:Narine, Shari
Publication:Alberta Sweetgrass
Date:Sep 1, 2015
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