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Where is Alberta, Canada?

Location of province of Alberta on a map

Alberta is a province found in the nation of Canada. Home to 3,790,200 people, it is the 4th largest division in Canada in terms of population.

Alberta gained its current status as a province in the year 1905. The government of Alberta is lead by Rachel Notley and is based in the province capital of Edmonton (Population: 712,391).

The most populous cities in Alberta are: Calgary (Population: 1,019,942), Edmonton (Population: 712,391), Fort McMurray (Population: 76,000), Red Deer (Population: 73,593), Lethbridge (Population: 70,617).

Alberta Province - Quick Facts

Country Canada
Region Type Province
Time Zone MST
Year of Establishment 1905
Capital Edmonton (Population: 712,391)
Head of Government Rachel Notley
Total Population 3,790,200
Total Area 661,848 sq km (255,541 sq miles)
Population Density 5.7 sq km (14.8 sq miles)
This page was last updated on July 24, 2015.

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