Lacombe
Lacombe City is situated within Central Alberta in between the Rocky Mountains and the Alberta Prairie. The city was named by a Roman Catholic father, Albert Lacombe. Father Lacombe was a missionary who resided among the Crees and Blackfoot peoples....
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High River
High River is a town in southwestern Alberta, Canada with a population of 10,716. It is 23 mi or 37 kilometres south of Calgary City, at the junction of Alberta Highways 23 and 2. Though reasonably distant from Calgary, the town is nevertheless consi...
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Airdrie
Aidrie city is located north of Calgary in Alberta Canada. It is situated in the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor and is a part of Calgary's Census Metropolitan Area. Airdrie's population has expanded significantly during the last several years due to the c...
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Leduc
The city of Leduc is located 33 km south of the Alberta provincial capital Edmonton. Leduc sits in the Edmonton Capital Region metropolitan area. The trade of gas and oil continue to dominate the financial system of the city. Moreover, the Edmonto...
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Alberta
The province of Alberta is the second westernmost province in Canada. During 2010, the projected population was 3.7 million which made it the most densely inhabited of the 3 Prairie Provinces. On the first of September, the year 1905, the province of...
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Edmonton
Edmonton is situated on the North Saskatchewan River, and is considered to be the capital of the Canadian province of Alberta. Edmonton is generally recognized as the 2nd most populous provincial capital following Toronto, and plays host to several w...
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Lloydminster
Lloydminster is a city in Alberta with a uniquely distinct geographical location as it straddles the provincial border between Saskatchewan and Alberta. The city has been incorporated as a single city that consists of a single municipal administratio...
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Brooks
The small city of Brooks is located in southeast Alberta, in the county of Newell. The Canadian Pacific Railway and the Trans Canada Highway run through the city, which is approximately 116 mi or 186 kilometres southeast of Calgary, and 68 mi or 110...
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Red Deer
Red Deer's first residents were the aboriginal tribes, like the Plains Cree, Blackfoot, and Stoney. It was just during the late 18th century that fur traders from Europe began to pass through the area. Amongst the first settlers, Reverend Leonard Gae...
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Sherwood Park
The city of Sherwood Park, Alberta is situated roughly 3 km east from Edmonton. It is considered a hamlet, the largest hamlet within the world with a current population more than 62,000 people. Currently, Sherwood Park is the 7th largest city within...
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Cochrane
Cochrane is a town in the province of Alberta, Canada. The town is situated 18 km west of the Calgary city limits along Highway 1A. With a 2009 population of 15,424, the town of Cochrane is the second biggest town in Alberta Province and among the fa...
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Medicine Hat
The city of medicine Hat has something meant for everyone. Local events, like the Spectrum Sunshine Festival, Family Leisure Centre, Medicine Hat Speedway and the Medicine Hat Motorplex, Police Point Park, Canada Day and the Standfly Festival, Medici...
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Sylvan Lake
The town of Sylvan Lake is located in central Alberta, along Highway 11A or highway 11, approximately 25 kilometres west of Red Deer City. It is located on the southeast edge of Sylvan Lake, a 15 kilometre or 9.3 mile long freshwater lake, within the...
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Olds
Olds is a small town within Central Alberta, Canada. It is located 61 km south of Red Deer and north of Calgary. Its closest neighbors are the towns of Didsbury and Sundre. The history of this town could be marked in the year 1890, when settlers star...
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Camrose
Camrose is a city in central Alberta, Canada amidst some of the richest farmland within the prairies. It is a moderately small city that originally grew up along a railroad and presently grows along Highway 13. The city of Camrose is a beautiful comm...
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St. Albert
Located in Alberta, Canada, the city of St. Albert is situated on the Sturgeon River, northwest of the capital city, Edmonton. At first, St. Albert city was a settlement of the Metis community, Nowadays, it is considered the second largest of all the...
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Calgary
In the Province of Alberta, Calgary is the largest city. The city is situated around eighty kms east of the Rocky Mountains in the south of the province. The city of Calgary is considered a metropolitan city with a rich traditional culture of footbal...
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Spruce Grove
Situated on the outskirts of Edmonton, Alberta is the gorgeous city of Spruce Grove. As a matter of fact, the city is only eleven kilometers west of Edmonton. Spruce Grove and nearby Stony Plain are surrounded by Parkland County. The city is the elev...
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Fort McMurray
Fort McMurray city is a city situated in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo, Alberta. This big region is considered among the biggest municipalities within North America. Canada Post still refers to the area of Fort McMurray for its mail deliv...
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Clovis
Clovis (population 37,775) is a city in the eastern part of the state of New Mexico, within the US. It serves as the county seat of Curry County. It is the major city in the Clovis Metropolitan Statistical Area. The largely agricultural community...
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Hinton
The small town of Hinton is located within west-central Alberta. The city is located in Alberta's Yellowhead County, around 284 kms west of Edmonton and 81 kilometres northeast of Jasper. The town is located in the Athabasca River Valley at the inter...
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Cold Lake
The city of Cold Lake, named after the nearby lake, is located within the northeastern part of Alberta. The city of Cold Lake is situated roughly 300 kilometres northeast of Edmonton within Alberta's "Lakeland" district, that is near the Alberta-Sask...
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Wetaskiwin
Wetaskiwin play is a small city in the province of Alberta, Canada. The city is located 43 mi or 70 kilometres south of the provincial capital of Edmonton. The city name comes from the Cree word wi-taski-win-ispatinaw, that means "the hills where pea...
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Canmore
Canmore is a town in Alberta, Canada, located around 81 kilometres or 50 miles west of the City of Calgary near the southeast boundary of Banff National Park. It is situated in the Bow Valley within Alberta's Rockies. The town of Canmore shares a bor...
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Banff
The town of Banff is located in the Banff National Park within southwestern Alberta. The town of Banff is located in the Rocky Mountains, 58 km east of Lake Louise, and just about 126 km west of Calgary. The town of Banff sits at an elevation of 4...
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Lethbridge
The largest city within Alberta's southern area is Lethbridge. It is the 3rd largest city in the province following Edmonton and Calgary and the fourth biggest population in the province. During 2004 to 2005, the city became known as the "Cultural Ca...
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Strathmore
Strathmore is a town located along the Trans-Canada Highway within southern Alberta, Canada, 25 miles or 40 kilometres east of Calgary, in the boundaries of Wheatland County. During 1883, the town was established as a hamlet for the Canadian Pacif...
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Stony Plain
The huge town of Stony Plain is situated in central Alberta, just to the west of Edmonton. The rapidly growing town of Stony Plain has strong historical roots. The town is situated in Parkland County west of Spruce Grove and is led by 6 councilors...
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Okotoks
The town of Okotoks is situated within southern Alberta, about 18 kms or 11 miles south of Calgary. The town of Okotoks though is part of a cooperative of communities within the Calgary Region referred to as the Calgary Regional Partnership. Okotoks...
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Strathcona
The city of Strathcona County, within Alberta or the "County" for short is classified by the government of the province as a specialized municipality. The municipality is considered part of the Census Metropolitan Area of Edmonton. Much of the pop...
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Grande Prairie
Grand Prairie is the main city within the northwestern part of Alberta province in Western Canada. It is named after the prairie, that was first occupied by the Beaver First Nation bands who began their trade with the North West Company at Dunvegan i...
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