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Alberta's Heartland

Alberta's Heartland

Central Alberta, the Heartland of the province, is a place that celebrates its roots and maintains a close relationship with the land. Aboriginal Peoples of Treaty 6 live here and the rich farmland attracted immigrants from the Ukraine, Scandinavia, Estonia and Western Europe.

The area also hosts a range of industries, in particular, those associated with petroleum.

Women of Aspenland Women of Aspenland
This virtual exhibit explores 100 years of Western settlement history from a woman's perspective and includes artifacts and images...

Treaty 6 Treaty 6
This website explores the making of Treaty 6 through text, historic photographs, audio, video and contextual information...

Alberta Naturally Alberta Naturally
Francophone Alberta is important historically, politically, economically, culturally and socially...

Central Alberta Museums Online Central Alberta Museums Online
The Central Alberta Regional Museums Network (CARMN) Online Catalogue provides access to selected museum artifacts...

Alberta's Estonian Heritage Alberta's Estonian Heritage
The Alberta's Estonian Heritage website tells individual and community stories from the pioneer era to contemporary urban society...

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