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6 results found for: culture and tourism

Organizations: Tourism, Parks, and Recreation (1992, 2008-2014) Audience: Students

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April 1, 2017

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Map of trails and campgrounds at Dinosaur Provincial Park. It includes a campground map and a map of the Brooks region.


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March 1, 2017

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Welcome to Aquatic Ecosystems: The Elbow River, a field study designed for Bio 20 students. This is a curriculum-connected full-day study of the Elbow River with multidisciplinary post-activity support. The intent of this program is to provide a hands-on, engaging outdoor component, which will...


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April 1, 2012

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This publication is an awareness and education program for off-highway vehicles spearheaded by Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation as part of the Alberta Recreational Corridor and Trails Designation Program. It was developed by a collaboration of stakeholders and experts in the safety and...


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May 1, 2010

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Provides information for campers at Dillberry Lake Provincial Park, located south of Lloydminster near Provost. The guide includes a map of the park and surrounding area, and contacts for more information such as learning about any active fire bans.


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November 1, 2008

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This world-class facility provides 35 kilometres of well-maintained cross-country ski trails for skate and classic skiing, a biathlon range, and a luge track. The centre can be enjoyed in spring, summer and fall as well. Forested trails offer opportunities for hiking and mountain biking; there...


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March 31, 2008

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Inventory research, starting in 1999 and continuing through 2007, has been carried out on the moths of eleven major study areas in south‐central Alberta. With the exception of a semi‐urban site in Erskine, all sites were in areas where the vegetation had been relatively undisturbed. Realizing...