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1. Context - Neighbourhood geographically localised community located within Saskatchewan. describing the category or field in which the idea belongs.
2. Characterization - appearance, age, gender, educational level, vocation or occupation, financial status, marital status, social status, cultural background, hobbies, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ambitions, motivations, personality, what the term refers to as used in the given context.
3. Explanation - deeper meaning and background.
4. Compare and contrast - how it relates to other topics, if appropriate. need to add about neighborhood pop in comparison to small town population comparison
5. Criticism - include criticism if there has been significant, notable criticism. need to compare to other neighborhoods in Saskatchewan when neighborhoods finish up...and look at the conglomerated statistics from each.
This article was automatically assessed because at least one WikiProject had rated the article as start, and the rating on other projects was brought up to start class. BetacommandBot 08:46, 10 November 2007 (UTC)
I amended the hatnote but there's no wiki article on it yet, and it's not listed on teh BC Parks page, but it is listed on BCGNIS but quite often BCGNIS entries aren't updated as regularly as the parks site; I suspect it's part of Strathcona Provincial Park now. I'll contact another wikipedian who lives in the general area to see if he knows.Skookum1 (talk) 16:33, 13 May 2009 (UTC)
It looks for all the world like a ski facility but I have never heard of it. The park in BC is within an hour of where I live, but I am not a skier so I am not much help. Odd connection though is that my mom was born and grew up not far from Wood Mountain Sask and I still have relatives there . . . --KenWalker | Talk