Peter Fidler Statue

Address:
Elk Point, Alberta Canada
Directions:
Highway 41
Website:
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This statue, named after Peter Fidler, a Hudson Bay fur trader and surveyor, commemorates the bi-centennial of Elk Point in 1992 and the history of fur trading posts in the region. The wooden chainsaw-carved statue measures 9.8 m (32 ft) tall and is located at the north end of Elk Point on Highway 41.
Last modified on March 16, 2016  by Town of Elk Point

Category: Tourism

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Did You Know?

In 1909, Post office and store established in Elk Point on farm of Mr. Hood, east of present Tempo Service Station. First official use of name Elk Point for the community. Elk Point School district was established.