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Alberta, with an area of 661,848 km 2 (255,541 sq mi), is the fourth-largest province after Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia.. Alberta's southern border is the 49th parallel north, which separates it from the U.S. state of Montana.The 60th parallel north divides Alberta from the Northwest Territories.The 110th meridian west separates it from the province of Saskatchewan; while on the west ...
With natural routes to the north, Alberta has become a major jumping-off point for the development of Canada’s Arctic and subarctic regions. The scenery of the mountain parks in the west is internationally renowned. Area 255,541 square miles (661,848 square km). Pop. (2021) 4,262,635.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith has met face to face with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a photo opportunity punctuated by short statements and a very awkward handshake. Photo by Sean Kilpatrick ...
The Canadian Province of Alberta is administratively divided into several different types of local governments such as, the urban municipalities (which includes cities, villages, towns, and summer villages); rural municipalities (which include counties/municipal districts, special areas, and improvement districts); specialized municipalities; Métis settlements, Indian reserves and many unincorporated communities (which include hamlets, a townsite and urban service areas).
OTTAWA — Alberta Premier Danielle Smith met face to face with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Tuesday in a photo opportunity punctuated by short statements and a very awkward handshake. Smith and ...
Alberta Health data shows 5,277 people died of COVID-19 between January 2020 and early November 2022. But experts say COVID-19 numbers miss the true loss of life that has occurred since 2020.
In 2023, Alberta Child and Family Benefit payments will go up 6%. In future years, payments will be indexed to inflation. This means the amount will change each year so it keeps up with the cost of living. New annual rates. Annual Alberta Child and Family Benefit amounts, paid quarterly, vary depending on family size.
Alberta Health Services is defending new measures on how call to 911 are assessed, after a family complained to Global News about not getting an ambulance for an elderly woman who is now in hospital.
Welcome to Alberta, Canada. Alberta is a province in western Canada, home to the gorgeous Canadian Rockies, the amazing cities of Calgary and Edmonton, and a diverse landscape that ranges from prairies to badlands to seemingly endless forests. Click on the map of Alberta to learn more. Explore Alberta