When the first coal deposits were developed commercially, following the expansion of the railway towards Western Canada, Albertan
wildlife must have felt relieved.
Geo Takach discusses the existence of the Canadian redneck, who have much more in common with their American cousins than what many people think of when they think of an Albertan
. Analyzing these individuals and their place in Albertan
society their stance in politics, and the constant clash with those around them.
In April, 1913, the Calgary Albertan
carried a front-page story alleging that local stores were hiring under-age girls as clerks and requiring them to work long hours under difficult conditions.
Because Bob believed Athabasca to be a selection from the wild, he called the result of this cross an all-Albertan-bred-wild-rose, or 'Albertan
' for short.
As long as market prices continue to exceed the oil sands' production costs per barrel--and costs are likely to fall still further--their full exploration is sufficient to underpin a red-hot Albertan
economy for the next 25 to 50 years.
For a moment I felt Albertan
. I cast my eyes around the limitless horizon, looking for a pronghorn.
Lily Sutton (Susan Wooldridge) is the upper--middle--class English woman who finds herself stranded in the middle of an isolated Albertan
town with three young children and an emotionally unavailable husband.
is involved, and the vast majority of Albertans
agree with the plan.
I wish every Albertan
of Korean heritage a proud and joyous Day of Liberation!
Despite this discrepancy, the Albertan
coal industry is very active.
If you have a favourite Albertan
, that person is probably included here.
* Brand results--the tag line "There's a horse for everyone" is gaining increased awareness among the Albertan
population, rising from 21 percent prompted recall pre-campaign to 35 percent in May 2004.