Alberta

[ US /æɫˈbɝtə/ ]
NOUN
  1. one of the three prairie provinces in western Canada; rich in oil and natural gas and minerals
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How To Use Alberta In A Sentence

  • Red Deer Catholic schools are publicly funded schools within the province of Alberta.
  • The actress let out a scream as she tobogganed down a hill at the ski resort of Banff in Alberta, Canada.
  • Caffey's Alberta is less a full-fledged personality than an archetype.
  • The U.S. imposed the ban on all Canadian ruminant products and by-products in May, following the discovery of a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or mad cow disease, on a farm in Alberta.
  • These birds summer in Alberta Canada and winter at the Aransas Wildlife Refuge in Texas.
  • Near the lake named for him in central Alberta, not far from the homestead where he raised his nine children, a stone cairn will honour his extraordinary life.
  • Problems for students caused by differences in grading scales used at post-secondary education institutions around Alberta may finally have a remedy.
  • He came as a bumptious outsider to the Alberta Tories but soon elbowed his way to the top, winning the leadership as a rookie MP.
  • Everyone can dance the reels and such, but I know Miss Alberta loves to waltz.
  • But turning labour into a political force to be reckoned with in Alberta is a tall order, which McGowan clearly outlined in his paper.
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