On our way back from our trip to Slave Lake, we stopped by in the small town of Legal, Alberta. The name caught our eye, but it turns out that it is not pronounced like the English word, rhyming with "eagle", but rather with its French roots in mind, to rhyme with "egale". Not only does the town have strong Francophone roots, but they have commemorated this heritage with a number of large murals scattered throughout the town.
Since we had a bit of extra time, we spent a little while exploring the town, and really enjoyed getting a sense of the town's history.
One of the town's founders was a cobbler, and apparently lived to be over 100 -- that is, into the 21st century.