Talk:Mundare

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I just deleted a paragraph ([1]) written in Spanish saying Albert Bandura was born here. Can't say if it's relevant enough or not, perhaps for a town of 700 it is, however I doubt if it deserves an entire paragraph in the section about the settlements history, fairly stubby at that. --Vohon 12:35, 30 October 2007 (UTC)

Kielbasa[edit]

The entire article was Mundare, Alberta is home of the largest Kielbasa. Which I thought was a joke until I checked google. That really is its claim to fame... RJFJR 02:32, July 26, 2005 (UTC)

It should really be Kovbasa, as the area is Ukrainian. And the article could include something about the meat processors there. Their products are famous for this area, and it is unusual for such a small town to have that kind of succesful industry. Kevlar67 18:33, 15 December 2005 (UTC)