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one of the three prairie provinces in western Canada

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"First-hand conversations with Albertans will help ensure our actions truly reflect where Albertans are today.
(* 2018 Survey of Albertans, Alberta Culture and Tourism)
Support for twinning Highway 63 enjoys the support of almost 20% of Albertans, with support for spending on municipal infrastructure projects (41%) being higher.
According to a survey by Bank of Montreal (NYSE: BMO), Albertans are more prepared for an eventuality in their lives than other Canadians.
"These proposed amendments are a small way of extending our gratitude, along with the gratitude of all Albertans, and is--quite simply--the right thing to do."
"We remain confident that the New Royalty Framework is the right plan over the long-term to produce the results Albertans expect both at higher and lower prices," said Energy Minister Mel Knight.
Fortunately, within a few weeks of my return, several leading Albertans convinced me to gain a more nuanced perception of the principal drivers of Alberta's economy and their effects on its people and natural resources.
* Albertans -- Real Estate has proven to be a solid investment for Albertans--and Canmore allows families to enjoy weekends and holidays in a sophisticated, unspoiled mountain setting.
of Alberta) demonstrates the ways Albertans were inculcated into the culture and shaped into Albertans.
Albertans seem to have a real pride of place--big or very small.
ALBERTA -- Premier Ralph Klein unveiled his much heralded "Third Way" for Albertans. Details are lacking at this stage but Klein promises It will offer Albertans "enhanced or optional health services for those who both want it and can afford it."
Since the program was launched in October, Albertans have been dropping off unwanted televisions and computers to more than 75 collection locations across the province.
A report released by the Parkland Institute finds that Albertans are very concerned about the health of democracy in the province.