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Alberta Community Development—Cultural Facilities and Historical Resources Division 

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The mandate of the Cultural Facilities and Historical Resources Division, in its Divisional Core Business, is to preserve, protect and present Alberta's unique cultural and natural history. The division comprises seven branches:

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Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology 
Provincial Museum of Alberta
Provincial Archives of Alberta  
Dinosaur Provincial Park

Historic Sites and Cultural Facilities
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