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Organizations: Government of Alberta Publication Type: Fact Sheet Information Type: publications Formats: PDF

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May 11, 2016

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This infographic shows the breakdown of the key areas of culture activities and their contribution to the Canadian economy.


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March 1, 2016

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Writing-on-Stone is home to a number of significant bird species. Some birds, such as the Rufous-sided Towhee and Rock Wren, are scarce in Alberta, but common in the Park. This brochure provides information to assist birdwatchers, and includes a checklist of bird species that might be found in...


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March 1, 2016

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Each spring, Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park comes to life with the subtle and inspiring beauty of prairie wild flowers. The diverse habitats found in the Park have allowed a wide variety of plant life to flourish. A number of species that are rare in the province, and in Canada, are protected...


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September 1, 2015

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Albertans from many ethnic and cultural backgrounds have worked together to build a strong, diverse province with a high standard of living. Alberta's stable economy and innovative business spirit make it an ideal place to work and live. And the overall cost of living in Alberta is one of the...


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November 1, 2014

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The park is named for the founders of the Home Oil Company, James Lowery and Robert Brown. The company donated the land to the government of Alberta in 1969 for it to be kept in its natural state. It became a Provincial Recreation Area in 1974, and in 1992 was designated as Brown-Lowery...


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January 1, 2014

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This information sheet contains key findings from Harvesting the Wisdom of Coalitions, a literature review of more than 100 academic articles, case studies, guides and web content published about or for coalitions mostly since 2000.


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November 1, 2009

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The Government of Alberta acknowledges that culture is vital to the individual, social and economic well-being of this province in its second century.


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July 1, 2009

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This bilingual brochure includes information about the Francophone population and Francophone communities in Alberta, and the Government of Alberta’s commitment to support initiatives aimed at promoting French language and culture. Cette brochure bilingue comprend des renseignements sur la...