Smoky Lake County Regional Heritage Board
Established in 2011, the Smoky Lake Regional Heritage Board was created:
Victoria Home Guard Historical Society
Re-established in 1997, the Victoria Home Guard Historical Society spearheaded the push which saw the Victoria District designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2002. The Society continues to contribute to the ongoing preservation of the District, including the recent installation of numerous interpretive-informational signs along the Victoria Trail.
To this end, our projects have included the RCMP Memorial Sculpture, restoration of Victoria Park Cemetery and the Warspite Ferry site, as well as the Red River Cart Monument, the Welcome to Victoria District Sign and eight interpretive signs.
View the Victoria Home Guard Historical Society Brochure and Map HERE
Contact the VHGHS:
Box 28, Warspite, AB T0A 3N0
Don Klym at 780-656-2114
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