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  1. Edmonton City Hall, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada by Richard William Arndt, 1980
  2. Calgary, Alberta city map: Including Airdrie, Banff, Black Diamond, Bragg Creek, Canmore, High River, Irricana, Okotoks, Turner Valley, regional map, over 500 revisions by Rand McNally and Company, 1998
  3. Story Behind Alberta Names: How Cities, Towns, Villages, and Hamlets got their Names by Harry M. Sanders, 2003-08-08
  4. The urban teenager: A report on the adolescent society of Boreal City by David Friesen, 1969
  5. Edmonton: Stories from the River City by TonyCashman, 2002-07-01
  6. Naming Edmonton: From Ada to Zoie by City of Edmonton, 2004-07-15
  7. The spirits of Edmonton: A Zorba tour, your guide for insightful journeys in and around the city of Edmonton by Ron Boehm, 1996
  8. ALL HELL FOR A BASEMENT,Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada, 1883-1983 by Ed Gould, 1981
  9. Folded Map-Edmonton (Rand McNally City Maps) by Rand McNally and Company, 1999-12
  10. Transportation: A significant parameter when analyzing long range land development costs by Frank Grigel, 1975
  11. Schauer family data by Dale Albert Schauer, 1991

61. Canadian ISP - Find An Internet Service Provider (ISP) In Alberta
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62. Bed And Breakfast Accommodation Alberta - Banff, Calgary, Canmore, Edmonton, Jas
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63. City Of Lethbridge - Homepage
Lethbridge is one of the warmest sunniest cities in canada with a pop. of 73,000. The community is proud of its parks recreation

64. Moving To Magazines - Relocation Guides For Canadian Cities
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65. Calgary, AB - Calgary Alberta Travel - Clipper Vacations
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Combine a hip, metropolitan city with friendly locals and unforgettable views and you'll get Calgary! Located in the south central region of Alberta, Canada, Calgary offers its visitors and residents the best of both worlds. Just beyond the impressive skyline of the bustling city, you will find the Canadian Rockies. The snowy peaks and pristine evergreen forests border the city and add to the breathtaking scenery. Situated on the banks of the famous Bow River, Calgary was once inhabited by native tribes, which gives the city a

66. Air Services Between Alberta And Other Canadian Cities Map
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67. Calgary, Alberta, Canada  -  Travel Photos By Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wi
city Hall (the old and the new). Calgary, city on the Bow River in southern alberta, canada, at the entrance to a major route across the Rocky Mountains.
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(the old and the new) Calgary, city on the Bow River in southern Alberta, Canada, at the entrance to a major route across the Rocky Mountains. Calgary is known as the Energy Capital of Canada because a number of oil companies have headquarters in the city. It is one of the country's most important business centers. The surrounding region produces wheat, beef cattle, and natural gas, while the nearby mountains draw many tourists. The mountains also cause Calgary's climate to be rather dry. It has only 399 mm (15.7 in) of precipitation per year. Summers are pleasantly mild, with an average daily July temperature range from 10° to 23° C (49° to 74° F). Winters are long and cold, with an average daily January temperature range from -16° to -4° C (4° to 26° F), but are relieved by frequent warm winds called chinooks. Calgary's Chinatown Calgary has the most striking setting of all of Canada's prairie cities. It lies at the very edge of the high plains, where they rise into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, on a site deeply carved by the Bow and Elbow rivers. The city proper covers a land area of 717 sq km (277 sq mi), and the entire metropolitan area has a land area of 5083 sq km (1963 sq mi).
The river valleys are natural corridors for roads and railways and have had a strong influence on Calgary's layout. In the eastern sector of the city the valleys are largely used for industry, but elsewhere they provide attractive sites for homes, parks, and recreation facilities. These include Heritage Park, a reconstructed pioneer village; Canada Olympic Park, which was built for the Winter Olympics in 1988; and the Calgary Zoo, with its botanical garden and its Prehistoric Park, which displays life-size models of the dinosaurs that once lived in Alberta.

68. The City Of Calgary: Home
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69. Calgary Calgary, Alberta (Alberta Cities And Towns)
Calgary alberta. The discovery of oil just south of the city in 1914, and north in 1947 to enjoy the beauty of the area, and eventually became Canadian citizens
Online Highways Alberta Alberta Cities and Towns Calgary Alberta The discovery of oil just south of the city in 1914, and north in 1947 fueled a growth that turned the once purely agricultural community into a metropolis. Many American entrepeneurs brought technology and investment funds needed to get Calgary's petroleum industry started in the early 1900's. However, many of those who came for the money stayed around to enjoy the beauty of the area, and eventually became Canadian citizens. The city has enclosed walkways downtown, which are 15 feet above street level, connecting almost half of the downtown buildings. The allows people to eat, work or shop without having to bundle up during the cold winters. Lowest rates and Free candid reviews for Calgary at Read opinions from travelers like you. Compare lodging prices from Expedia, Travelocity, and Orbitz. Location Calgary AB T2G 0K8
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70. Alberta Trans-Canada Highway
As you leave the city, you pass canada Olympic Park, with its ski jumps and bobsled runs. While the Rockies are the main attraction in alberta, there are lots
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You enter Alberta on the Trans-Canada highway from Saskatchewan. The first 300 kilometres runs through grasslands, and passes through the city of Medicine Hat. On the south side you can see the famous Brooks Aqueduct, built in the early 1900s, the largest concrete structure in the world at that time, and on then north side is Dinosaur Provincial Park and the city of Drumheller, home of the world-renowned Royal Tyrell Museum.
Then you arrive in Calgary , a booming city of 800,000 with a very pretty downtown with lots of glass and mirrors along the Bow River. The stretch of the highway through Calgary actually has stoplights. As you leave the city, you pass Canada Olympic Park, with its ski jumps and bobsled runs.
While the Rockies are the main attraction in Alberta, there are lots of other things to see and do. These include sampling the multicultural lifestyles of Calgary and Edmonton . There are also several scenic side roads. A few miles west of Calgary, Route 22 leads you south through Cowboy Country, past historic ranches and Indian buffalo jumps. A little further west, Route 40 heads south at the edge of the Rockies, through Kananaskis Country and Peter Lougheed Provincial Park. Route 66 heads north from the Trans-Canada at Cochrane, past many scenic campgrounds in the Rocky Mountain Forest Reserve.

71. Edmonton, Alberta
became home to most of alberta s oil production, and the subsequent oil boom gave Edmonton new status as the Oil Capital of canada. The city began growing even
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Edmonton was founded in when a Hudson's Bay Company Trading Post was established with the construction of Fort Edmonton. John Rowand, a fur trader for the North West Company , arrived in Edmonton in and became respected and accepted as a leader by the Plains Indians, managing Edmonton's fur trade with the Cree and Blackfoot in Edmonton for about 30 years. Fort Edmonton became a local economic centre, the major stopping point before pioneers headed up north or farther west. More people began settling in the vicinity of Fort Edmonton in the after the government offered the land to settlers at a good price. Edmonton officially became a town in with a population of 700. The city boomed during the Klondike Gold Rush of as thousands of eager prospectors heading north via the "All Canadian Route," stopping in Edmonton for supplies. By Edmonton had 9,000 residents, and a year later it became incorporated as a city and declared the provincial capital.

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74. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Police (precursors to the modern Royal Canadian Mounted Police was incorporated as the first town in alberta in 1884 and officially became a city in 1893
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The largest city in Alberta , Calgary (a.k.a. "Cowtown" to fans and detractors alike) is located in the south-western part of the province. Calgary is home to the world-famous "Calgary Exhibition and Stampede," and is ideally situated in the province for use as a "base" to explore the natural, cultural, and historic wonders of Alberta . Home to much of the Canadian oil and gas industry, Calgary is a vibrant modern city filled with skyscrapers and modern amenities. The city has taken care to ensure that numerous "green" areas are easily accessible, combining the best of both worlds. The City of Calgary website provides extensive information on Calgary's history, economy and government. The City of Calgary has a population of roughly 850,000, and lies at an altitude of 1,049m. The weather in Calgary varies quite dramatically, from lows reaching -40C (albeit rarely) in the winter, to highs in excess of 30C in the summer. Calgary is subject to periodic "chinook winds" of warm air from the mountains during the winter which can cause the temperature to rise by more than 15C in just a few hours.
Some History
The human history of the Calgary region begins, as with all Alberta, with the native Canadians, over 12,000 years ago. The cultures which existed during the arrival of the European traders and settlers were the Blackfoot, Sarcee and Stoney. The first Europeans included David Thompson and Peter Fidler in the 1780's and 1790's, both of whom were associated with the fur trade.

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76. Calgary, Alberta - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
As of 2002, the metropolitan population was 993 200 1. It is the largest city in alberta and the fifth largest in canada. Calgary s,_Alberta

77. Alberta - Destinations - Canadian Tourism Commission
Festivals Events. All across alberta, cities and towns are preparing for exciting annual festivals and events that promise to draw large, delighted crowds.

78. Canadian Relocation Systems, Calgary, Alberta Canada
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79. Alberta And Saskatchewan - Canadian Confederation
of the new provinces of alberta and Saskatchewan the federal government and from the Canadian Pacific This rivalry between the two cities disappeared once they
Alberta and Saskatchewan
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Territorial Development
The territorial evolution of Western Canada, at least until Canada purchased the North-Western Territory in 1868, was closely linked to European exploration and development of the territory after the 17th century. Hudson's Bay Company post, Fort Edmonton, Alberta, ca. 1900.
The fur trade was the main reason for the exploration and development of the territory. The French and English competed with each other to discover various waterways and to establish trading posts. By the end of the 18th century, two rival companies were operating in the area: the Hudson's Bay Company and the North West Company . The first company was owned by British interests, the second by Canadian interests, mostly from Montreal. By the end of the 19th century, Western Canada was transformed into an agricultural land base. The first permanent European settlements in Western Canada were found in the Red River region, near Fort Garry (Winnipeg). One such settlement, the Selkirk Concession , forever changed the relationship that the Europeans had with the land as well as with the Native peoples.

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