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Dominion Day at Fort SteelePosted: July 5, 2012
Fort Steele Heritage Town near Cranbrook was the perfect location July 1 to find Canada Day images.
The Fort hosted a Dominion Day celebration for Canada’s 145th birthday, complete with costumed volunteers adding a period touch and serge-dressed Mounties, serving as reminders that Fort Steele was once a Northwest Mounted Police barrack and Canada’s peace has been well-kept by this legendary force during most of its history.
Carrie Schafer/Through My Eyes PhotographyTags: Dominion DayFort Steele Heritage TownRCMP
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