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At the same time a considerable number of half-breeds from Manitoba settled in the eastern part of the diocese, where they soon formed new parishes or missions.

In 1883-84 the opening of the Canadian Pacific Railway brought colonies of immigrants, and soon the work of the missions was much increased. Albert was divided, and the Vicariate Apostolic of Saskatchewan created, which in 1911 was erected as a diocese.

It is crossed by the transcontinental lines of the Canadian Pacific, the Grand Trunk Pacific and Canadian Northern Railways, and towns and villages spring up almost every ten miles.

Immigrants come daily from all parts of the civilized world.

Boniface having been elevated to the rank of archdiocese, the new Diocese of St. Albert and their missionaries never despaired or lost faith in the future of their work.

Though cut off from all means of communication with the civilized world, receiving but a yearly mail, deprived not only of all comfort, but even of the necessaries of life, obliged to travel long distances, camping outside for weeks and even months consecutively, in cold of 30 to 40 degrees, to spread the knowledge of divine Faith and establish here and there new centres of missions, the first two bishops of St.

( consecrated 30 Nov., 1859, Bishop of Satala and appointed co-adjutor of the Bishop of St. The first cathedral was a log-house and the bishop's palace a small frame building.

Albert died on 3 June, 1902, after a long episcopate of nearly forty-five years, and half a century of missionary life. Five missions had been established, hundreds of miles apart.

Several secular priests , and later several religious orders came to help in the work of education and evangelization.

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