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Pros: mhmmm...
Cons: This town is full of inbreds!!!! I have never experienced such a backward way of thinking...
This is a good place to cantons is a good place to eat

when banking choose atb

yup thats it
General info: Be prepared to be shocked, amazed, confused and all around wondering what the hell is going through most of these peoples head!!! Backwards thinking for backwards people!!
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2001 population: 3,444
 (Source:
Statistics Canada)

Timber town

High Level is a town in the province of Alberta.

The town was named for its elevated location between the Hays River and Peace River.


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Historic sites and museums: MacKenzie Crossroads Museum
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High Level Web sites
 High Level local government
 High Level Chamber of Commerce


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 Alberta genealogy page (GenWeb)
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