What was Medicine Hat? Was Medicine Hat a drink, a weather factory, or the name of an Indian Chief? This article written by Elliot Flower posted in the Evening Star (Washington, D.C.), February 14, 1909, shows how this city was thought to be many things.
Video that has a nice collection of pictures of Medicine Hat by VideoTube Host unrn000, posted May 2009.
Ghost Stories of Alberta by Barbara Smith includes a story about a ghost train seen in Medicine Hat. Click here to view an excerpt from this story that happened in 1908. #medhat
In 1883, the first gas well that was discovered in Aberta, was just west of Medicine Hat, and in the spring of 1971, a highway point-of-interest sign was erected displaying this finding. However, read here to find out what was odd about this sign. #medhat
On this page, a worker at the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital recounts his encounter with a Ghost Child.
The Georgia Aquarium has cool live webcams of gators, puffins, piranhas feeding etc. and offers home learning programs. Way to Go @GeorgiaAquarium
Follow the link below to find out some interesting facts about Medicine Hat’s history, including the reason Ripley’s Believe it or not challenged its readers about the city. #medhat Alberta History
Grade 2 -6 readers can learn about agriculture with the help of Conny Kappler’s book, “Dirt to Dinner”. Visit the I love dirt website to order and here your children can enjoy some #freebie activities as well. #medhat #free
If your self-isolating, bored, or just interested in taking a virtual tour of museums around the world, check out the following link Tour Virtual Museums
Follow this link to read Joe Little Chief’s Story about how Medicine Hat got it’s name.
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Community Futures offering #free business courses in #medhat