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CITY
FLAMES
HONOUR
POLITICIAN
JUNE
FOUNDING MEMBER
CLARK
PRIVATELY
OVAL
VOTERS
DINOSAURS
CRETACEOUS
PARLIAMENT
CANDIDATES
PROVINCES
INCREASING INFLUENCE
ALBERTA ALLIANCE PARTY
ALLIANCE PARTY
UBC
RIDING
PROVINCIALLY
VOTE
PEACE RIVER
PRAIRIES
DECEMBER
POPULAR ACTRESS
PRODUCER
PAUL GROSS
NORTH AMERICA
CHUM LIMITED
LOCAL NEWSPAPER
PROFESSIONAL ICE HOCKEY PLAYER
CANADIAN BOBSLEDDER
UNITED STATES
NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO
CANADIAN PROVINCES
NICKELBACK
NATIONAL LACROSSE LEAGUE
TORONTO ROCK
ERNEST MANNING
POLITICAL BACKGROUND
RETIRED CANADIAN PROFESSIONAL ICE HOCKEY PLAYER
MEMBER
CANADIAN POLITICIAN
CANADIAN FILM
TAR SANDS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Alberta"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Alberta is a major province. (Web site)
  2. Alberta was the heartland of the former Reform Party of Canada and its successor, the Canadian Alliance. (Web site)
  3. Alberta is an important destination for tourists who love to ski and hike; Alberta boasts several world-class ski resorts. (Web site)
  4. Alberta is the largest producer of conventional crude oil, synthetic crude, natural gas and gas products in the country. (Web site)
  5. Alberta is bounded on the E by Saskatchewan, on the N by the Northwest Territories, on the W by British Columbia, and on the S by Montana. (Web site)

City

  1. The only Olympic Winter Games held in Canada was in 1988, in the city of Calgary, Alberta.
  2. As mayor, Ainlay introduced daylight saving time in the city in 1946 after the Government of Alberta has refused to do so province-wide. (Web site)

Flames

  1. The Flames are one of two NHL franchises in Alberta, the other being the Edmonton Oilers.

Honour

  1. To honour the team's heritage, the Flames added the flags of Alberta and Canada as shoulder patches.
  2. The Aberhart Centre, a long-term medical care centre in Edmonton, Alberta, is named in his honour, as is a high school in Calgary. (Web site)
  3. The Aberhart Centre, a long-term medical care centre in Edmonton, Alberta, is named in his honour, as is William Aberhart High School in Calgary. (Web site)

Politician

  1. June 1963, Calgary, Alberta) is a businessman, politician and environmentalist in Ontario, Canada.
  2. Daniel Kennedy Knott (1889 – November 26, 1959) was a labour activist and politician in Alberta, Canada and a mayor of Edmonton. (Web site)

June

  1. Mark Versfeld (born June 13, 1976 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a former backstroke swimmer from Canada, who competed for his native country from 1995 to 2001. (Web site)

Founding Member

  1. David is a founding member of the Reform Party of Canada and the Reform Party of Alberta.
  2. Excerpt: Alice Major is a Canadian poet, who was a founding member of Stroll of Poets and served as poet laureate of Edmonton, Alberta. (Web site)
  3. Alberta Oilers was the founding Member who united the World Hockey Association in 1972 and Bill Hunter was the real Owner of the Team.

Clark

  1. Clark announced his impending resignation as party leader at the PC Party's bi-annual convention held in Edmonton, Alberta in August 2002.

Privately

  1. Citytv, a privately owned television system with stations in Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta and British Columbia It is owned by Rogers Communications.
  2. Founded in 1995, BioWare is a privately owned Canadian corporation based in Edmonton, Alberta.
  3. Access (styled ACCESS) is a Canadian English language, privately owned educational television channel in the province of Alberta.

Oval

  1. Calgary Oval X-treme - Semi-Pro women's hockey team playing out of the Olympic Oval at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Voters

  1. Voters for this election were eligible to cast a ballot if they were residents of Alberta for one full calendar year prior to enlisting in the military. (Web site)
  2. Since 1989, the voters of Alberta have elected "senators-in-waiting", or nominees for the province's Senate seats.
  3. To paraphrase Duverger, leadership contests in Alberta impress on voters, even non-supporters, that the Tories are a dominant party.

Dinosaurs

  1. A fossil hunter who found many dinosaurs for E.D. Cope, mostly in Alberta, Canada from 1912-1917. (Web site)
  2. Adult tyrannosaurs, found in Alberta and Mongolia have skin impressions which appear to show the pebbly scales typical of other dinosaurs.

Cretaceous

  1. CrossRef Fox, R. C. 1984. Paranyctoides maleficus (new species), an early eutherian mammal from the Cretaceous of Alberta.
  2. Here, an ornithurine-dominated avifauna is described from the terrestrial Belly River Group (Campanian, Upper Cretaceous) of southern Alberta.

Parliament

  1. In 1989 the party elected its first member of Parliament, Deborah Grey who was elected in an Alberta by-election. (Web site)
  2. It unexpectedly elected a 36-year-old, little-known PC Member of Parliament from Alberta as the party's new leader. (Web site)
  3. However, the first Reform Member of Parliament, Deborah Grey was elected in a federal by-election in 1989 at Beaver River, Alberta. (Web site)

Candidates

  1. The Alberta Alliance was the only party besides the Progressive Conservatives to successfully nominate candidates.
  2. The party fielded eight candidates for the March 3, 2008 Alberta general election.
  3. Also known as the Green Party of Alberta, the Alberta Greens ran 10 candidates in the 2001 election, who combined for 2,850 votes.

Provinces

  1. Alberta - Only liquor stores may sell alcoholic beverages in urban areas, but unlike other provinces they are all privately owned and operated.
  2. I have no doubt that Liberals, NDPers, Red Tories, Kyoto Treaty bureaucrats, and other provinces will try to make Alberta into Canada's ATM machine. (Web site)

Increasing Influence

  1. The rural-based Social Credit was slow to adapt to the changes in Alberta as its two largest cities gained increasing influence.

Alberta Alliance Party

  1. As well he has a political rivalry with Barry Chase a member of the Alberta Alliance Party.
  2. Most of the supporters and party officials joined the Alberta Alliance Party that was just starting up during the decline of the Alberta First Party. (Web site)

Alliance Party

  1. On January 19, 2008, the party merged with the Alberta Alliance Party to form into the Wildrose Alliance Party of Alberta. (Web site)
  2. Known as the Alliance Party of Alberta (not to be confused with the Alberta Alliance party, formed in 2002), this coalition did not last long.
  3. The Alberta Alliance party pinned its best hopes in picking up Drumheller-Stettler, a rural riding in central Alberta. (Web site)

Ubc

  1. At the moment, the Rams get Saskatchewan, Calgary and Manitoba twice each, face UBC on the road and host Alberta. (Web site)

Riding

  1. He is the first member of the Alberta Liberal Party to be elected in the riding of Calgary Currie since the riding was founded in 1971.

Provincially

  1. Perhaps the only province in Canada with an American Conservative mindset is Alberta, which overwhelmingly votes Conservative federally and provincially. (Web site)
  2. The Progressives advocated the alternative ballot and enacted it provincially in Alberta and Manitoba. (Web site)

Vote

  1. Clark described when he first saw Diefenbaker in High River, Alberta, and Diefenbaker's bravery at standing for the vote.
  2. Robert Thompson of Alberta won the election, although Manning's objections to Caouette led to suspicions that the vote was fixed.
  3. During a federal election, a vote in Alberta, Ontario or B.C. is worth less than a third of a vote in P.E.I.

Peace River

  1. The riding of Peace River is one of five ridings out of the original twenty five, that has existed since Alberta became a province in 1905.

Prairies

  1. Wainwright is a small town on the prairies of Alberta, Canada. (Web site)
  2. Moose and deer (both mule and white-tail varieties) are found in the wooded regions, and pronghorn antelope can be found in the prairies of southern Alberta. (Web site)

December

  1. Albert Bandura (born December 4, 1925 in Mundare, Alberta, Canada) is a Canadian psychologist specializing in social cognitive theory and self-efficacy.

Popular Actress

  1. Barbara Kent (born December 16, 1906 in Gasby, Alberta, Canada) was a popular actress in silent movies.

Producer

  1. Big Rock Brewery - Located in Calgary, Alberta, this producer of unpasteurized ales and lagers offers news, history, brand listings, and contests. (Web site)
  2. Following a run-in with the producer of "How Come?", she was replaced by Alberta Hunter and returned to Philadelphia, where she now lived.

Paul Gross

  1. Paul Gross (born April 30th, 1959) is a Canadian actor, producer, director, singer, and writer born in Calgary, Alberta.

North America

  1. In the past week the snow has continued to fall around Europe and North America with some of the most in Austria and Alberta, Canada. (Web site)
  2. The Kerguelen Islands are located at 49°15′S, 69°35′E, which is antipodal to the area where Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Montana meet in North America. (Web site)

Chum Limited

  1. CKAL is a television station owned by CHUM Limited and based in Calgary, Alberta.
  2. CKEM is a television station owned by CHUM Limited and based in Edmonton, Alberta.
  3. ACCESS, a privately owned educational station in Alberta owned by CHUM Limited.

Local Newspaper

  1. Joe Clark was born in High River, Alberta, on June 5, 1939, the son of Charles A. Clark, who was the publisher of the local newspaper, and Grace Welch. (Web site)

Professional Ice Hockey Player

  1. Jarome Iginla (born July 1, 1977 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) is a professional ice hockey player in the National Hockey League.
  2. Micki DuPont (born April 15, 1980 in Calgary, Alberta) is a professional Ice hockey player for the EV Zug. (Web site)
  3. Brett Sutter (born June 2, 1987 in Viking, Alberta) is a professional ice hockey player for the Quad City Flames of the American Hockey League.

Canadian Bobsledder

  1. Ben Hindle (born May 23, 1974 in Calgary, Alberta) is a Canadian bobsledder who competed in the 1990s.
  2. David Bissett (born September 26, 1979 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian bobsledder who has competed since 2005. (Web site)

United States

  1. An arena rock band from Calgary, Alberta, Loverboy accumulated numerous hit songs in Canada and the United States, making four multi-platinum albums.
  2. Part of Alberta and Saskatchewan was bought by the United States, while part of North Dakota and Minnesota belonged to Rupert's Land. (Web site)
  3. In North America, contingent fee agreements are legal in the United States and Alberta. (Web site)

Northwestern Ontario

  1. His poetry also travels the Canadian landscapes of Northwestern Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, as well as abroad to Japan, Europe and the United States. (Web site)

Canadian Provinces

  1. It is exposed in the U.S. state of Montana, as well as the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, east of the Rocky Mountains. (Web site)

Nickelback

  1. Nickelback is a post-grunge rock band formed in Hanna, Alberta, Canada in 1995.
  2. Ryan Peake (born Ryan Anthony Peake, in Brooks, Alberta, Canada) is the Canadian lead guitarist and backing vocalist for the rock band, Nickelback.

National Lacrosse League

  1. June 27, 1981 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian lacrosse player who plays for the Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League. (Web site)

Toronto Rock

  1. September 10, 1979 in Calgary, Alberta) is a indoor lacrosse player for the Toronto Rock in the National Lacrosse League.

Ernest Manning

  1. Biography of Ernest Manning, premier of the province of Alberta from 1943 to 1968.
  2. Ernest Manning was at his side, spreading the Social Credit word and helping to grow the Social Credit party in Alberta. (Web site)

Political Background

  1. Manning came from a political background: he was the son of Ernest Manning, Social Credit Party Premier of Alberta between 1943 and 1968. (Web site)

Retired Canadian Professional Ice Hockey Player

  1. Brad Ference (born April 2, 1979 in Calgary, Alberta) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player.

Member

  1. He is a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for the riding of Edmonton Calder.
  2. Harper has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for the riding of Calgary Southwest in Alberta since 2002. (Web site)
  3. Rachel Notley is a Canadian lawyer and politician, currently a member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.

Canadian Politician

  1. Dave Taylor is a Canadian politician who currently represents the electoral division of Calgary Currie in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.

Canadian Film

  1. Kenneth Welsh (born 1942 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian film and television actor (sometimes credited as Ken Welsh).

Tar Sands

  1. It is also the prime feed stock for petroleum production from tar sands currently under development in Alberta, Canada.
  2. This crude bitumen is the prime feedstock for petroleum production from tar sands (or oil sands) currently under development in Alberta. (Web site)
  3. A related experiment which also had Teller's endorsement was a plan to extract oil from the tar sands in northern Alberta with nuclear explosions. (Web site)

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