GUNDY, 20 km southeast of DAWSON CREEK near Swan Lk on the Alberta border, was the site of the Tate Creek Ranch (see CATTLE INDUSTRY) and also a Northern Alberta Rwy station. Many Sudeten German WWII refugees settled here in 1939 (see TOMSLAKE). The ranch was renamed after the Gundy brothers, who were part of a Toronto syndicate that owned the property. It was acquired by the CPR in the 1930s. The Gundy post office was moved to Alberta in 1961.
by Andrew Scott

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