place. bulging village in Alberta, Canada with one conservative eye on the future, one even more conservative eye on the past, and a third eye, indicative of its growing Hindu population, on its soul.
Obtained from Cree indians in return for urgently needed medicine and future considerations the sparklingly clean town sits at the foot of Antler Hill from which the beckoning lights of Red Deer can be seen.
Cattle feed, cattle tack, cattle slaughtering, and, in fact, shops for all your cattle-related needs can be found in the village, which elects a Cattle Princess every year to march in the Bovine Industry Parade each July 14.
A local zoo has supplied many animals to the american film industry. "Borat", for example used twin Innisfail bears to play one regular bear.
"Brokeback Mountain" , which required scenes of desolation and a certain look to its cowboys, was filmed near Innisfail.
Tourism is still in its infancy but a hostelry is slated to open in the fall of 2014 and an information kiosk is planned next to the highway.
Isn't Innisfail a beautiful medieval city nestled in the breathtaking mountains?
You're thinking of the Innisfail in Scotland. This is the one with all the doleful cattle.