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Laying the Cornerstone, 1909The Opening of the Legislature, the Enfranchisement of women and Natives, the formation of new political parties: all of these are political events in Alberta's history.  Regardless of whether they have positive or negative effects on people and society, they somehow alter the course of life and politics in the place where they occur. Whether you realize it or not, political events affect everyone, including you, in some shape or form!  

Alberta's past is filled with fascinating political events, all of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother with former Premier & Mrs. Lougheed, 1985 which blended together to form the province as we know it today.  In this section, discover early political events and Alberta's political parties, tickle your brain by examining the issues, and check out our political timeline! 

  

  

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