Falher is named for Father Constant Falher, who was Roman Catholic Oblate missionary who was born in Josselin, Brittany in France and who arrived in the area.
Location: Falher is located in the northwestern part of the Province.
Judicial District: Peace River Judicial District
Courthouse – Falher
Location: 28 Main Street / 1st Avenue SE
Built: 1967 – 1969
Architect: Bittorf-Wensley Architects
Description: The building faces north and is a one story light red coloured brick, glass and concrete structure. The building is located in the centre of Falher. The building forms a “U” shape and has vertical glass windows. A white coloured band runs below the flat roof line. The building is named as the Provincial Building and houses the Provincial Court.
See: Within the Peace River Judicial District is the Court of Queens Bench and Provincial Court at Peace River and Provincial Court Courthouses at Fairview, Fort Vermilion, High Prairie, Red Earth Creek, Slave Lake and Wabasca-Demarais.
Provincial Court Courthouse – Falher
Photos taken 2019