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Alberta's South

Calgary & Area

This area is inhabited by Aboriginal Peoples belonging to Treaty 7. It is prime ranchland and today has a thriving livestock industry. The coming of the railway at the end of the nineteenth century brought people from many lands who settled and left their mark. These include communities who sought religious freedom such as the Mennonites and Hutterites.

When Coal was King When Coal was King
This site is the first phase of a multi-phase project that will result in a national website that explores coal mining...

Treaty 7 Treaty 7
This website explores the making of Treaty 7 through text, historic photographs, audio, video and contextual information...

The Road: Building of the Alaska Highway The Road: Building of the Alaska Highway
In 2005, the Edmonton Art Gallery, (now the Art Gallery of Alberta) produced the exhibition THE ROAD: Constructing the Alaska Highway. This Web site recreates to that exhibit...

Celebrating Alberta's Italian Community Celebrating Alberta's Italian Community
Immigrants from Italy began to come to Western Canada in the 1880s to work on the railways and in the mines...

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