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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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From that moment on, oil sands mining began playing an increasingly pivotal role in Albertan industry.
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.
As long as market prices continue to exceed the oil sands' production costs per barrel--and costs are likely to fall still further--their full exploration is sufficient to underpin a red-hot Albertan economy for the next 25 to 50 years.
At the end of the film, Rosanne, having learned the truth, embraces Lily and offers her and her children a place to live in her shabby little house, amid the Albertan wilderness.
Over 85% of those Albertans who voted in the last election voted for a government that would demonstrate fiscal responsibility by balancing the budget.
Smaller players have also thrived in the Albertan coal scene.
Albertans wanting to broaden their search will use the site as a springboard to other provinces or the world.
By working with the Writers Guild, the producers and the broadcasters, we were able to do some gentle arm-twisting to ensure that Albertans were afforded opportunities.
Shragge is a well known Albertan with many years of experience in various business ventures.
Every Albertan should be able to go to work and come home healthy and safe at the end of the workday.
Agriculture is at the heart of who we are as Albertans thats why the Hall of Fame is so important in recognizing those whose vision and hard work have helped advance our sector.
Faron Ellis of the Citizens Society Research Lab revealed that Albertans oppose the plan by the federal government to fully fund the New International Trade Crossing (NITC), a bridge that would compete with the privately-owned Ambassador Bridge for the declining traffic crossing the Detroit River.