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Albertan

1. of or relating to Alberta or its inhabitants
2. a native or inhabitant of Alberta
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Realism and romantic western imagery resurface in her contemporary family drama Cowboys Don't Cry (1988), a story about a troubled father-son relationship set against the landscape of Albertan ranches and rodeos.
The Council asked the Task Force to meet with Albertans who are Aboriginal, to better understand the diversity within the Aboriginal community, the treaty commitments made to Aboriginals by the Federal government, the ways the provincial and federal government jurisdiction interact, the factors that impact health as well as the way Aboriginal Albertans see the progress of health reform.
And until the system can create awareness and there's a really strong signal from normal Albertans, just the average Joe, that they want politicians dealing with not only the benefits, but the challenges, they aren't likely to respond.
Only part of the answer is tied to that now famous Albertan institution, the Heritage Savings Trust Fund.
We are implementing sweeping, fundamental and structural change that will forever alter the role of government; how programs and services are delivered; and Albertans expectations of Government.
16) John Dafoe, "Price Too High To Hold Test On Schedule," The Albertan, September 22, 1955.
The nature of that change was summarized some years later by Calgary journalist Irene Price who argued for the importance of a large and vigorous women's section in the Albertan as follows: "There is little doubt that it is nearly always the housewife who subscribes to the paper, and from the advertisers' viewpoint, is it essential that the paper be taken into the homes.
Consequently, the rest of Canada (ROC) was often off put by "born on third base but thinking they hit a triple" Albertan attitudes which combined entitlement with a more than a touch of arrogance.
From inception, our mandate has been to develop a leading global investment management organization, to best serve our clients and the financial well-being of all Albertans," said Mr.
Sadly, Davidson became another of those who died without leaving a formal memoir, but he did leave writings nearly as good--a rich collection of columns written years after retiring from the Albertan newspaper scene.
One rather wishes the author and publisher had had the fortitude to stick with the original title: Albertans Are Stupid.