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Alberta, Canada

Alberta is one of the ten provinces of Canada, part of the Prairie Provinces and Western Provinces.

Alberta was established in September 1, 1905, when separated from the Northwest Territories. On September 1, 2005, Alberta celebrated its centennial as a province. The province has two major cities: Calgary, Alberta's largest city and the financial capital of the province, and Edmonton, the capital and the province's industrial policy.

Alberta has one of the strongest economies in Canada and influential. The province is a major producer of oil and natural gas. Alberta produces more than 70% of oil and natural gas in Canada, with most of these natural resources are exported to the United States. In addition, agriculture, industry Manufacturing, finance and tourism also have great importance for the economy of the province.

The region where Alberta is currently located previously belonged to the Hudson's Bay Company.

In 1870, the Hudson's Bay Company ceded their territories to the government of Canada, and these came to be called the Northwest Territories, occupying the region where currently Alberta, Manitoba, Nunavut and Saskatchewan are located.

In 1882, the Canadian government named the region's current Alberta Alberta, named after the Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, daughter of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. On September 1, 1905, the Canadian government created the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, through the secession of the southern lands of the Northwest Territories.

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Haroldo Wittitz: Editor & Publisher

Alberta is one of the ten provinces of Canada, part of the Prairie Provinces and Western Provinces.

Alberta was created on September 1, 1905 When separated from the Northwest Territories. On September 1, 2005, Alberta Celebrated its centennial as a province. The province has two major cities: Calgary, Alberta's largest city and the financial capital of the province, and Edmonton, the capital of the province and industrial policy.

Alberta has one of the strongest economies in Canada and influential. The province is a major producer of oil and natural gas. Alberta produces more than 70% of the oil and natural gas in Canada, and most of these natural resources exported to the United States. Moreover, agriculture, industry Manufacturing, finance and tourism have great Importance Also for the economy of the province.

The region where Alberta is located Currently previously Belonged to the Hudson's Bay Company.

In 1870, the Hudson's Bay Company Their territories ceded to the government of Canada, and these came to be called the Northwest Territories, occupying the region where Currently Alberta, Manitoba, Nunavut and Saskatchewan are located.

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