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Audience: Government

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January 1, 2002

Description

Establishes and enables the Glenbow-Alberta Institute (Glenbow Museum) to promote and encourage the diffusion of cultural and scientific knowledge through crown collections, exhibits, education programs and research.


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January 1, 2002

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Establishes Yom ha-Shoah - Holocaust Memorial Day.


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Last Modified

January 1, 2002

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The Act sets out the responsibilities for the administration of Willmore Wilderness Park. There are no regulations under the Willmore Wilderness Park Act; however, the Forest Land Use and Management Regulations under the Public Lands Act do apply to the park.


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Last Modified

March 1, 2001

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Cottonwood Consultants Ltd. of Calgary was contracted by Alberta Environment to undertake a natural history inventory at Grizzly Ridge Wildland Park in the Swan Hills area of north-central Alberta. No previous comprehensive natural history studies have been carried out on fauna and flora in the...


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March 5, 1998

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The purpose of this study was to conduct a floristic and plant community survey in order to document the occurrence and location of rare or otherwise significant plant species and communities of the Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area uplands. Site conditions are described for significant plant...


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Last Modified

January 1, 1997

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The purpose of this study was to conduct floristic surveys, identify and document the location of rare vascular and non-vascular native plants, and describe the site conditions where observed rare plants occur as information for the management of the natural resources of the Blackfoot Provincial...


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January 1, 1992

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During the development of a heritage site, it may be necessary to turn to a professional consultant with a specific expertise. This Heritage Note presents information to help ensure that this process is a successful one. This is the second in a series of Heritage Notes, which are intended to...


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Last Modified

October 1, 1987

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A biophysical inventory of several contiguous land parcels adjacent to or near Coyote Lake, Leduc County, Alberta, was completed in 1987. The total area involved was 647.5 ha. The inventory included a description of the physical environment, which was based on a literature review; field...