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  2. Alberta | Flag, Facts, Maps, & Points of Interest | Britannica

    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.

  3. Alberta - Wikipedia

    Alberta is the fourth largest province by area at 661,848 square kilometres (255,541 square miles), and the fourth most populous, being home to 4,262,635 people. Alberta's capital is Edmonton, while Calgary is its largest city. The two are Alberta's largest census metropolitan areas.

  4. Alberta Maps & Facts - World Atlas

    Alberta is a landlocked province that is situated in the Prairies region of Canada. It is bordered by the other Canadian Provinces of British Columbia in the west; by the Northwest Territories in the north; and by Saskatchewan in the east.

  5. Find the Alberta government services and information you need. Arts and culture. Business and economy. Driving and transportation. Education and training. Emergencies and public safety. Environment. Family and social supports.

  6. Alberta premier Smith takes aim at Trudeau after winning...

    EDMONTON, Alberta May 29 (Reuters) - Danielle Smith's United Conservative Party (UCP) won the Alberta provincial election on Monday, securing another four years in power in Canada's largest...

  7. Welcome to the official website of Travel Alberta. You’ll find the latest information on places to go and things to do in Alberta, Canada.

  8. Alberta election: Danielle Smith’s UCP to form next government...

    Danielle Smith will continue as premier of Alberta after a United Conservative Party win in the provincial election. Global News is projecting a majority government with 49 seats going to the UCP ...

  9. Alberta election 2023 live results

    Alberta re-elects UCP majority government. Four years after winning its first election, the United Conservative Party will once again form the provincial government.

  10. Geography of Alberta - Wikipedia

    Alberta is one of the thirteen provinces and territories of Canada. [2]

  11. Canada Wildfires Decline With Better Conditions Ahead in Alberta...

    Green Data Dash. . The number of fires burning in Canada’s top energy-producing province of Alberta continued to decline amid cooler weather, allowing more companies to restore oil and gas ...