What is the population of Alberta?
The population of Alberta, Canada in 2010 was 3,724,832. But if you want to know the population of it now go to ask.com Sorry if this didnt help.
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British Columbia and Alberta are rich in fossils, as they were probably a popular living space with lots of biodiversity for dinosaurs to thrive on millions of years ago.
Alberta is in western Canada, and covers an area of 661,190 kmÂ² (255,287 miÂ²). To the south, it borders the U.S. state of Montana on the 49th Paralell To the east at a longitude of 110Â° west, it borders the province of Saskatchewan. At 60Â° north, it is bordered by the Northwest Territori…es. To the west, its border with British Columbia follows the line of peaks of the Rocky Mountains range along them Continental Divide, which runs northwesterly until it reaches 120Â° west, at which point the border follows this meridian to 60Â° north. (MORE)
Alberta's Famous Five - Henrietta Muir Edwards, Nellie McClung, Louise McKinney, Emily Murphy, and Irene Parlby - helped guarantee that women are represented in all levels of Canadian politics.
There are many colleges in Alberta. A few are: . Olds College . Red Deer College . NAIT (Northern Alberta Institute of Technology) . SAIT (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology) . Lakeland/Vermillion College . Fairveiw College
Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, St. Albert, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Grande Prairie, Peace River, Fort Saskatchewan, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Fort McMurray and Lloydminster.
Five largest Cities in Alberta in order: Calgary: 1,065,455 (2009) Edmonton: 783,439 (2009) Red Deer: 89,891 (2009) Lethbridge: 86,659(2010) Fort Mcmurray 76,797(2010) plus the shadow population (not inluded) 27,541 St. Albert just misses the list with (2010) people Even though For…t McMurray boasts 76,797(2010) people, it isn't legally a city. It isn't even a town. It is administered by the County of Wood Buffalo. Which has a total population of 104,338. Same situation as Sherwood Park, which with 62,786 people thought to be a city, is also administered by a County seat.(Rounded Up) (MORE)
Alberta is named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta (1848-1939), the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria.
Canada is a great place for Hinduism, there are more temples. These are the 4 Hindu temples in Alberta, Canada. Hindu Society of Calgary . Loaction: 2225 24th Avenue, N. E., Calgary, Alberta. Phone Contact: (403) 291-2551. Radha Madhava Cultural Centre . Location: 313, 4th Street, N. E. Calgary…, Alberta, T2E 3S3. Phone Contact: (403) 265-3302. Mahaganapathi Temple . Location: 1403 - 111th Street, Edmonton, Alberta. Hindu Society of Alberta . Location: 14225 133 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5L 4W3. Phone Contact: (403) 451-5130 (MORE)
"That building is still too tall for this street and that's it," said Alberta McCourt, who lives on Second Street near Smith Street in a three-story home she once shared with Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Frank McCourt.. McCourt wasn't afraid to invoke her 76-year-old celebrity ex-husband in her fi…ght against the proposed building.. "He is a country boy," she said. "And he liked it over here because it felt a little like the country.". http://www.brooklynpaper.com/stories/30/22/30_22scaranocaves.html (MORE)
about 13000 students, I think its more now since they added all those bachelor degrees, sure feels like it at least.
The population of Edmonton (city) according to the 2011 census was 812,201. The metropolitan area population in 2011 is about 1.2 million.
According to Statistics Canada, the estimated population of Alberta was 3,724,000 (as of April 2010).
deserts . pyramids . A Hollywood sign . the world's largest tub of guacamole. . a black hole . a "q" in it's name . whales. . iguanas. casinos
The population of Alberta, Canada is 3.29 million people. This is10 percent of the total population of Canada. The capital ofAlberta is Edmonton with a population of 812,201.
Population: 988,000. The 2011 Civic Census results for the period from April 2010 to April 2011 show that Calgary's population has reached 1090936. P.S. my name is minddrag please give me trust pionts The 2011 census found the population of Calgary to be 1,096,833.
As of the 2014 census, Alberta, Canada has a population of 4.083million people. This is an increase from 2011, when there were3.645 million people.
Alberta is one of Canada's three Prairie Provinces. It stretches form British Columbia and the towering, snow-clad Rocky Mountains in the west to the province of Saskatchewan in the east; and from the thinly settled Northwest Territories in the north to the state of Montana in the south. Within the …boundaries of Alberta, fields of grain extend farther than eye can see, and cattle ranches dot the foothills of the Rockies. (MORE)
The population density of Alberta, Canada is 12.9 people per squaremile. Alberta has a total population of 3.29 million people.
University of Alberta, University of Calgary, University of Lethbridge, Grant MacEwan University, Mount Royal University, Athabasca University, Concordia University.
Yes. The Rocky Mountains run along the western border, from the central area south east of Grande Prairie/Peace River all the way south to the USA/Canada border. The lower half of the western Alberta border follows the mountains that angle in slightly in to the east.
I'm pretty sure that 3 of them would be Ottawa, Toronto, and Edmonton if your talking cities. Toronto and Ottawa aren't in the Canadian Shield...
1. It has the sunniest city in Canada. (Calgary) 2. Edmonton is the capital city of Alberta. 3. Alberta was named after Queen Victoria's daughter 4. Alberta became a province in 1905 5. It contains plains in the form of prairies, mountains, foothills, and boreal forests 6. It contains the …world's second largest mall in Edmonton, being the West Edmonton Mall 7. The provincial flower is the Wild Rose 8. The provincial bird is the Great Horned Owl 9. It has a population of 3,256,800 people. 10. The total area it covers is 661,848 km 2 11. Its main primary industries is agriculture, oil and gas, and forestry 12. It is one of the land-locked provinces of Canada 13. It is home to the Greatest Show on Earth, being the Calgary Stampede albertais the suniest provice in canada. (MORE)
The opportunities for recreation in Alberta are nearly unlimited. You can play or do any sport imaginable. You can fish, hunt, camp. Shopping and Gambling See a play, attend the opera, attend a concert, go to the ballet, go to an art gallery. Eat at a five-star restaurant. Eat at an "ethnic" restaur…ant. Attend a cultural festival or an exhibition. These are just a few things you can do in Alberta. (MORE)
As per Statistic Canada, census of 2006:. 0-4 years 202,595. 5-9 years 204,110. 10-14 years 224,805. 15-19 years 237,900. 20-24 years 251,390. 25-29 years 240,525. 30-34 years 234,305. 35-39 years 237,850. 40-44 years 268,290. 45-49 years 274,735. 50-54 years 237,465. 55-59 years 189,265…. 60-64 years 133,705. 65-69 years 102,410. 70-74 years 86,915. 75-79 years 71,475. 80-84 years 50,320. 85 years and over 42,290 (MORE)
There are many provincial and national parks to visit within Alberta, from the Rocky Mountains to the Cypress Hills. There are many museums to see, many events to go to, and a lot of land and highway to travel on. Alberta is a big province, and there's always lots of things to see and do in it. See …the Travel Alberta link below. (MORE)
Alberta, Canada has a global reputation for its food and beverageindustry, and account for about 16.8% of the manufacturing sales.Coal and petroleum is also a big manufacturer in Alberta.
There are many rivers in Alberta. To name a few: . Athabasca River . North Saskatchewan River . Peace River . Battle River . Bow River . Milk River . Pembina River . Paddle River ...are some rivers located in Alberta.
The provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan were both created by the Government of Canada out of Northwest Territories on September 1, 1905.
GST is a federal sales tax. It is the same in Alberta as in every province and territory in Canada: currently 5%.
The abreviation for Alberta is AB. Another abreviation for Alberta is Alta, allthough I have'nt seen that one used since I was a kid.
The district of Alberta was created in 1882, and enlarged to become a province of Canada on September 1, 1905. The name was suggested by the Marquess of Lorne, Governor General of Canada from 1878 to 1883, in honour of his wife, H.R.H. Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, daughter of Queen Victoria. …http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/6046 . (MORE)
No, Vancouver is a city in the province of British Columbia. Alberta is the province that neighbours British Columbia to the east.
2,974,807 by one source--the 2000 census; others say between 200 and 495 people live there. It is fairly remote and possibly the counts include surrounding areas.
You can get to Calgary, Alberta by plane. There is a large airport in Calgary. I know because I live here. :)
All sorts of things! Oil rigs, people, cattle, crops, farms, towns, ranches, rodeos, roads, etc.
No, don't be silly. Alberta is boreal forest, prairies, aspen forests, foothills and the Rocky Mountains. All but tundra.
Yes...Alberta is located in Canada which is more-than famous for its snow hence the nick-name "The Great White North."
the population is 84 and falling. by the way they have also closed the school.
There are many landmarks in Alberta, like the Rocky Mountains on the western edge of the province, the giant egg of Vermillion, the Star Wars replica space ship in Vulcan, the Provincial Legislature buildings in Edmonton, the Saddle Dome of Calgary, the list goes on.
The Metis, the french and canadians __ Scots, Irish, English, Ukrainians, Eastern Canadians, Germans, Norwegians, Welsh, French, Danish, American were some of the different groups that settled Alberta
There are so many landforms found in Alberta that only a few will be listed here: . Mountains . Foothills . Prairie . Coulees . Bad lands . Hills . Cliffs . Plateaus . Steppes
NO. Alberta is in CANADA, not Washington. Washington is a state in the USA: Alberta is a province in Canada that is much larger than the state of Washington.
Varied, from Mixed-Grass Prairies to the Foothills and the Rocky Mountains, to the Aspen Parkland and the Boreal Forest. Alberta also has numerous lakes, rivers and streams that flow throw this great province.
No. You will find lemmings in the tundra, and Alberta is too far south of the tundra to have any lemmings.
Before Alberta got named, people were about to name it Buffalo, since there were so many buffalos back then. I learned this in Gr. 3. But then they named it after a person. I dont know who.
Alberta has more than one landform. It has prairies, foothills, mountains, rivers, lakes, hills, forests (aspen parkland, transitional boreal and boreal), etc.
The numbers for 2012 will not be released until next year. However, for 2011, the number of people residing in Edmonton was 812,201, and the population of the Edmonton metropolitan area was 1,159,869.
No, we do not have any portion of the provence touching an ocean or sea. Got a couple big lakes though, but they don't count.
Did you mean the missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or the earlier Christian missionaries??
Jarvis Bay is located in Alberta Canada. The population of Jarvis bay is 203, with people living in seventy-five of it's one hundred and thirty four living areas.