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Welcome to Alberta's Political History

The Heritage Community Foundation is proud to provide a dynamic new platform to help make Alberta's history come alive for everyone! Explore aspects of Alberta's early history through images, text and CKUA Radio Network's Heritage Trails . We hope that your experience fosters new understanding of the Alberta that was , a new appreciation for the Alberta that is , and optimism for the Alberta that will be .

Please join us here, in phase four, as we examine the political history of the province. Topics to be uncovered here include Political Institutions and Process , People , and Events . Alberta has a rich political heritage, one that began years before it gained provincial status. We hope that by learning more about Alberta's political history you will not only gain a better appreciation of the past, but will be able to identify patterns to predict future political events in Alberta!

All of the Phases of this wonderful heritage resource have been completed. Fellow the below links to continue to learn Alberta's history, people and land.

For more in-depth information see our Further Reading page.

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Alberta's First Election!
The division of ridings favours northern Alberta, where the Liberals have the most support.
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