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some historians believe that
was left out of the Edith Rogers Alberta cabinet in 1935 because she was a woman?
forced the resignation of Alberta and Great Waterways Railway Scandal Alberta's first Premier, Alexander Cameron Rutherford?
in Bar U Ranch Alberta, Canada, hosted both Prince Edward of Wales and the Sundance Kid?
in Social Credit Board Alberta, Canada, was disbanded in 1948 because of its radical policy proposals and antisemitic conspiracy theories?
during the offseason,
Canadian football linebacker, , works as a Raymond Fontaine roughneck in the Alberta oil fields?
was re-appointed to the office of Attorney-General of Charles Wilson Cross Alberta after resigning in scandal, only to be fired by Premier Charles Stewart six years later?
oil and natural gas extraction and exploration will cease by 2017 in , an inland Hay-Zama Lakes wetland in Alberta, Canada, and the province's only site for the re-introduction of Wood Bison?
Saskatchewan Deputy Minister of Agriculture s personal papers are among the few records that chronicle the drought years of the 1920s and 1930s in F. H. Auld' Alberta?
veterinarian linked reproductive and immunological problems among cattle to Martha Kostuch sulphur dioxide emitted in the oil and gas industry in Alberta?
is a short road from British Columbia provincial highway 2 Dawson Creek to the B.C./ Alberta border?
Alberta's collapsed in 1921 following repeated accusations its teams were using ineligible players?
Big-4 hockey league
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Question 1: As of the ________ the largest religious group was Roman Catholic, representing 25.7% of the population.
Question 2: What % of the area of Alberta is water?
Question 3: What timezone is Alberta in?
Question 4: ________ and canola are primary farm crops, with Alberta leading the provinces in spring wheat production; other grains are also prominent.
Question 5: In addition to buses, Calgary and Edmonton operate ________ (LRT) systems.
Question 6: Between 2003 and 2004, the province had high birthrates (on par with some larger provinces such as ________), relatively high immigration, and a high rate of interprovincial migration when compared to other provinces.
Question 7: To the south, the province borders on the ________, separating it from the U.S.
Question 8: The southern corridor, part of the Trans-Canada Highway system, enters the province near Medicine Hat, runs westward through Calgary, and leaves Alberta through ________.
Question 9: Who of the following people was Alberta's viceroy?
Question 10: It is economically important primarily because of its vast [4 ] ________, and its large tertiary and quaternary economic sector.