Pages tagged with Alberta

Find out how much of an Albertan you really are. Did you grow up in Alberta, do you love Alberta, are you a true Albertan? Take this fun quiz. Keep track of how many "yeses" you get and check at the bottom
Why should you not feed the wildlife? Why is it dangerous to leave food out when you are camping? How to stay safe when camping in the mountains. Why some bears become nuisance bears.
Last week was my vacation. Although I had a week off work we only went away for a few days. My wife and I drove north from our home near Pigeon Lake, up to Lake Wabamun, then over to Hinton, then to Jasper,and south to Fort Saskatchewan Crossing, before coming home.
Captain Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn blows his top at the Brass on top of the Dung Heap as they jeopardize other nations and their own red, white and blue! And the military Generals are not whom he fires at! – Rania Seila Sentana-Ries-Cortez
I just got back from a short trip to Medicine Hat in southern Alberta, the city was suffering from a flood at the time.
Captain Sananda, James Galiac berates those who reside in D.C. for their ongoing mindset of ploys yet against the Canadian public. The Captain also brings together the reason why OPEC is consistently being blamed for high oil and gas prices around the world. – Uthrania Seila Sentana...
Dear ones all. In 1994 I was given a vision which was so horrific I would not have wished the contents of that vision on any living Being. This I describe in our opening. Following this Captain James Galiac does not split hairs with his words! - Uthrania Seila Sentana-Ries
Darryl Hannah was arrested yesterday for trying to halt construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Rats are pretty much everywhere, but thanks to the hard work of Alberta's Rat Patrol, you will not find a rat in this Canadian province. Learn more about how Alberta managed to stay Rat Free.
Learn how tampering with nature may have caused the extinction of yet another species, this one the Banff Longnose Dace, as I recount my visit to Banff's Cave and Basin area.
I live in Canada, and work in a popular tourist area. Canada is a great tourist destination, less crowded than most places in Europe or the USA, and we welcome you to our home.
My wife and I had been on vacation (to Vancouver) and arrived home to see a huge owl sitting on a post in our back pasture. I got the camera to take some photos. The owl flew to another post, then to a tree. If I had a better camera (and was not so tired from the holiday) I am sure...
Have you ever bought a car and realized you made a mistake; the dealer was not honest? Me too. My wife and I bought a truck and were taken advantage of. Here is our story.
West Edmonton Mall was once the world's largest shopping mall. It is only 1 hour from my home and is well worth visiting, even if you do not plan on buying anything, it is a very entertaining place to visit, you should plan on spending at least 4-8 hours.
Farm animals have to survive outside in cold weather, how do they cope?
74-year old woman murders husband, grandson and daughter help.
I wanted to share some recent pictures of myself, Mark Gordon Brown. I was born in Flint, Michigan, went to school in Lapeer, and lived there for many years before finally coming to Alberta, Canada.
In southern Alberta, Canada, just to the North West of Banff, and within Banff National Park, there are three terrific hiking opportunities, all at the same spot.
Drumheller is located in South Eastern Alberta, Canada, (1.5 hours NE of Calgary). The area is known as the Badlands, famous for the many dinosaur bones discovered in the area, it also features some interesting tourist stops. Plan your trip to Drumheller to see these Tourist Attract...
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