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.
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Alberta, most westerly of Canada’s three Prairie Provinces, occupying the continental interior of the western part of the country. It was established as a district of the North-West Territories in 1882 and enlarged to its present boundaries on becoming a province in 1905.
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.
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Alberta is a province in western Canada. It is bounded by the provinces of British Columbia on the west, Saskatchewan on the east, the US state of Montana on the south and the Northwest Territories to the North. Alberta is the fourth largest Canadian province with an area of 642,317 square kilometres (248,000 sq mi). 
Alberta is one of the thirteen provinces and territories of Canada. Located in Western Canada , the province has an area of 661,190 km 2 (255,290 sq mi) and is bounded to the south by the United States state of Montana along 49° north for 298 km (185 mi); to the east at 110° west by the province of Saskatchewan for 1,223 km (760 mi); and at ...