National System of Baking

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National System of Baking

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In 1920 the Heagle brothers (Everard, Harry, Walter, Frank, Fred and Edward), originally from Ontario, established the National System of Baking Ltd. in Calgary, Alberta. By 1951 there were bakeries in Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw, Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Drumheller, Edmonton, Calgary and Ontario. In 1974 the head office was moved to Ontario, and the last Calgary store closed in 1991.

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