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the capital of the province of Alberta

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Assume the data show that fifty of the Calgarians and twenty of the Edmontonians share a propensity to the disease.
Edmontonians paid $1,915 more per capita than they received.
During his lifetime, he served on the boards of some of Canada's leading companies, and was the recipient of many awards, including his investiture as a Member of the Order of Canada in 2001 and being named one of the "100 Edmontonians of the Century" in 2004.
The outcomes and indicators outlined in this report were largely developed from recommendations in a March 2005 Inclusive Cities Canada report that involved broad consultation with Edmontonians," says John Kolkman, ESPC Research and Policy Analysis Coordinator.
Edmontonians were troubled last summer by the strange abduction of a young, pregnant mother, Liana White.
Her most recent awards include the Sarah Shorten Award of the Canadian Association of University Teachers (2001), the Governor General's Award in Commemoration of the Persons Case (2002), the Gordin Kaplan Award of the Canadian Federation of Biological Societies (2003), Maclean's honor roll of Ten Canadians Making a Difference (2003), the American Chemical Society Award for Encouraging Women into the Chemical Sciences (2004), the Distinguished Alumna Award from the University of Alberta (2004), and one of 100 Edmontonians of the Century (2004).
She was named to the City of Edmonton's Cultural Hall of Fame in 1992 in the builder category and in 2004, during Edmonton's centennial celebrations, was named as one of the city's 100 Edmontonians of the century, recognizing, among other things, her efforts to introduce Cree classes into city schools.
After 25 busy years in the business, Gunnarsson is going stronger than ever with one feature, Rare Birds, released in early 2002, and two television dramas airing the same night in December: 100 Days in the Jungle, based on the true-life events of seven Edmontonians kidnaped in Ecuador and held for ransom, and The Man Who Saved Christmas staring Jason Alexander.
Was Old Strathcona contributing to the quality of life for Edmontonians, not just those who lived there?
Edmontonians are no strangers to heavy snowfall and ice-laden roads, meaning that a winter-friendly truck, such as the Ram 3500, could be useful to locals.
Constructed in 1910, the bridge has reached the end of its lifespan and will be demolished and replaced with a new bridge to better serve Edmontonians.
We are grateful for this wide-ranging group of writers, filmmakers, musicians, actors, performers, visual and media artists who call Edmonton home--for all that they bring to the Edmonton arts community and to the lives of Edmontonians.
I remember hearing of a professor of political science arriving in class one morning and prefacing his lecture with a denunciation of philistine Edmontonians who had failed to show up in any significant number for a concert the previous evening by a famous visiting musician.
Afro-Canadians illustrate multiculturalism at its finest," by Lorne Mowers, praised Edmontonians with origins in 20 African countries for becoming engaged in understanding their own multiple traditions and those of Canada.
Edmontonians walked together to honour and remember their mothers, sisters, daughters, aunts and friends.