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Alberta CanadaThe province Alberta has various nicknames like the Sunshine Province, the Princess Province, and is also known as the Texas of Canada. Some people even like to call it the "Province with a lot of darn oil." Alberta has one of the lowest tax rates in Canada with a flat tax rate of 10% of all taxable income, which is also the only flat tax rate of any Canadian province. Alberta also has no sales tax, which makes it very easy for residents to save their money.
This gorgeous province has everything you can possibly imagine, from gorgeous prairie grassland, to giant mountain peaks, miles of evergreen trees and the most pristine lakes and rivers one has ever seen. And, it has an overflow of oil that contributes to Canada's booming economy. Many residents and tourists alike agree that Alberta is one of the most picturesque places on earth.
AlbertaThe beautiful land of Alberta was founded on September 1st 1905, and was named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta. This province proudly hosts nearly 4 million residents and is considered the main oil hub of Canada. Alberta is gorgeous and gigantic boasting 255,541 square miles or 661,848 kilometers depending on which metric system you are using.
The two main jewels of this province are Calgary and Edmonton. Calgary is also known as "Stampede City", and currently has over 1 million residents. It's known for its bustling downtown vibe, booming economy, and low crime rate. It's also located 50 miles east of the beautiful Rocky Mountains.
Edmonton is the capital of Alberta, and is known as the City of Festivals. It has approximately 1 million residents. One of Edmonton's most beautiful landscapes is the Immaculate River Valley, which has illustrious grass and trees, and beautiful cascading rivers that will lull anyone who graces its presence into an indescribable sense of peace.
Alberta – The land of AbundanceAlberta has a great deal of sunshine, with Calgary averaging 2400 hours of shine a year, closely followed by Edmonton which averages about 2300 hours of sunshine a year. The amount of sunshine makes it possible for Alberta to have one of the best Agriculture economies in Canada. Wheat canola and a wide variety of other grains are abundant in Alberta. A massive amount of beef distributed throughout Canada also comes from Alberta. Surprisingly, Alberta is also known as the Beekeeping province as well. So, it also produces a lot of honey.
Alberta produces more oil than Saudi ArabiaWhile Alberta is booming in Agriculture, one of the most notable traits of Alberta is the amount of oil it produces. In fact, Alberta has three big oil sands; Athabasca Oil Sand, Cold Lake Oil Sands, and Peace River Oil sands. Athabasca Oil Sands is the largest and Cold Lake and Peace River Oils Sands are approximately the same size.
Alberta is so rich in oil that it has more oil than Saudi Arabia! The oil in Alberta is the backbone of Canada's amazingly stable economy. Alberta supplies America with somewhere between 50-60% of its oil and has more than enough oil to keep the supply flowing for the next 100 to 150 years. The amount of oil and resources available in this province are never ending. When using the term "The land of milk and honey" one must truly consider Alberta that land.
So whatever you can imagine is possible in Alberta. World class skiing, sports for all the family to enjoy, a booming economy, beautiful scenery, bustling and booming metropolitan cities, sunshine for days and some of the best fishing and hunting you can find in the world. Alberta may be named after a Princess but is truly the King of Canadian provinces.
The Foot Institute provides professional podiatrist services and orthotics for your local region of Alberta. For a complete list of our clinics please visit the following pages: Alberta Podiatrist Clinics, Physical Therapy Clinics Alberta