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Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village site description for Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village
On this site, there is information about the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, including videos and images. 

University of Alberta Botanic Garden site description for University of Alberta Botanic Garden
Need to learn about the native flora (plants) of Alberta? Visit the University of Alberta Botanic Gardens website (formerly Devonian Botanic Gardens)! You will also find information about special events, services, as well as the research done at the gardens. Gardening tips are also available. 

John Janzen Nature Centre site description for John Janzen Nature Centre
The centre offers unique opportunities to discover nature in and around Edmonton. Nestled in the heart of the River Valley Park System, the Centre is a focus for Programs, events, exhibits and information to help awareness and understanding of nature in an urban setting. [site]  

Telus Spark Centre - Calgary site description for Telus Spark Centre - Calgary
This is the web page for the Calgary science centre. Information pertaining to their exhibits, as well as membership details and teacher information are provided. 

Dinosaur Provincial Park site description for Dinosaur Provincial Park
"From your first view into the Badlands, you know that Dinosaur Provincial Park truly is not only one of Alberta's special places, but one also shared with the world. The park was designated a World Heritage Site in 1979 by the United Nations." [site]  

Welcome to the Royal Tyrrell Museum site description for Welcome to the Royal Tyrrell Museum
Visit this wonderful website of The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Drumheller, Alberta, Canada. Explore the different eras and the life of Mr. Tyrrell from the front page. 

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump site description for Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, documents the buffalo hunting culture of aboriginal peoples of the plains over a 5,500 year time-span. 

Glenbow Museum site description for Glenbow Museum
This is the official site of Calgary's Glenbow Museum. It contains a wealth of information on Alberta's history, particularly native history. It includes a number of pictures and documents from the archives; Glenbow is a museum, art gallery, library and archives. 

Heritage Park Historical Village site description for Heritage Park Historical Village
Heritage Park, located in Calgary, Alberta, is Canada's largest living historical village. You can experience pre-1914 Western Canadian history through the lives of trappers, traders, ranchers, and small town business owners. 

Frank Slide Interpretive Centre site description for Frank Slide Interpretive Centre
"The Frank Slide Interpretive Centre highlights the rich history of the Crowsnest Pass amid the breathtaking beauty of the Canadian Rockies. Visitors can experience a variety of interpretive programs, presentations and special events. Displays throughout the Centre feature the 1903 Frank Slide (rockslide-avalanche),... 

The Fort Museum of the North West Mounted Police site description for The Fort Museum of the North West Mounted Police
This page outlines the activities of the Fort Museum in Fort Macleod. There are historical tidbits and pictures of what life may have been like in the past. 

Fort Whoop-Up Interpretive Centre site description for Fort Whoop-Up Interpretive Centre
Learn more about the history of Fort Whoop-Up (located in Lethbridge, Alberta), the Blackfoot of Southern Alberta and the trading of buffalo robes.  

Fort Saskatchewan Museum and Historic Site site description for Fort Saskatchewan Museum and Historic Site
This museum is "operated by the Fort Saskatchewan Historical Society, a registered non-profit organization, to preserve and promote the history and heritage of Fort Saskatchewan and district." (site)  

Fort Normandeau site description for Fort Normandeau
Visit historic Fort Normandeau, where three cultures came together and modern central Alberta began. 

Fort Calgary site description for Fort Calgary
In 1875, amid a sea of scarlet jackets and thundering hooves, 'F' Troop of the North West Mounted Police crossed the Bow River to build Fort Calgary. Sent from Ottawa, the troop was to impose law and order and stop the whiskey trade which was devastating First Nations communities. 

Fort Edmonton Park site description for Fort Edmonton Park
"Fort Edmonton Park is Canada's largest living history museum. Nestled in the scenic Edmonton river valley, Fort Edmonton Park offers a taste of Edmonton's history you'll never forget." (site) 

Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation site description for Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation
The Alberta Birds of Prey Centre is found in Coaldale, AB. Visit their website to learn more about programs and wildlife rescues. 

Alberta Sports Hall of Fame & Museum site description for Alberta Sports Hall of Fame & Museum
"Located along Highway 2 on the west edge of Red Deer, the ..Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is an interactive, hands-on celebration of Alberta's Sporting history. The over 6,000 square feet of exhibit space includes an interactive hockey rink, baseball pitching field, Alpine Skiing machine,... 

Telus World of Science - Edmonton site description for Telus World of Science - Edmonton
This is the official website of the Telus World of Science in Edmonton. Check out the amazing activities, special presentations and shows available. 

Remington Carriage Museum site description for Remington Carriage Museum
The museum houses one of the largest collections of horse-drawn vehicles in North America, with over 200 carriages, wagons and sleighs. 

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Alberta site description for Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Alberta
"Rising 600 metres above the surrounding plains, the Hills are a geological wonder where forests of pine, spruce and aspen make themselves at home. Wapiti, deer and moose quench their thirst at numerous spring-fed creeks. Flowers, which are more common in the Rocky Mountain foothills, grow in abundance... 

Kananaskis Country site description for Kananaskis Country
"Kananaskis Country is a multiple use recreation area in the Canadian Rocky Mountains dedicated to environmental protection, heritage appreciation and education, outdoor recreation, and tourism. Kananaskis Country has an outdoor adventure or activity with your name on it. Whether you're on your own... 

William A. Switzer Provincial Park site description for William A. Switzer Provincial Park
Nestled in the Canadian foothills, William A. Switzer Provincial Park is an uncrowded alternative to the Rocky Mountain parks, offering year-round outdoor recreation and nature appreciation.  

Edmonton Valley Zoo site description for Edmonton Valley Zoo
From wild exhibits and wilder animals to fun rides and educational programs, there's so much to see and do at the Valley Zoo. (site) 

Fish Creek Provincial Park site description for Fish Creek Provincial Park
Calgary's largest urban park stretches 19 kilometres from end to end. A natural landscape in an evolving urban setting where the needs of wildlife and natural systems are balanced with outdoor leisure and environmental education opportunities." [site]  

Cave and Basin National Historic Site site description for Cave and Basin National Historic Site
The Cave and Basin National Historic Site commemorates the birthplace of Canada's National Park system, which began here in 1885. The growth and development of Canada's national parks are celebrated in interactive displays and exhibits. Naturally occurring, warm mineral springs can be found inside the... 

Bonnyville and District Museum site description for Bonnyville and District Museum
Fur trader Angus Shaw stands at the entrance to the museum, which showcases the history and settlement of the Bonnyville area. 

Wood Buffalo National Park site description for Wood Buffalo National Park
As part of Canada's system of national parks and national historic sites, Wood Buffalo National Park is our country's largest national park and one of the largest in the world. It was established in 1922 to protect the last remaining herds of bison in northern Canada. Today, it protects an outstanding... 

Ellis Bird Farm site description for Ellis Bird Farm
Ellis Bird Farm is both a working farm as well as a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of Mountain Bluebirds. Tree swallows and other native birds are also of particular interest. 

Jasper National Park site description for Jasper National Park
Established in 1907, Jasper National Park is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies with 10,878 square kilometres of mountain wilderness. This site includes the history of the park and a photo gallery. 
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