"Largo es el camino de la enseñanza por medio de teorías; breve y eficaz por medio de ejemplos."
It is located in western Canada, between British Columbia and Saskatchewan. Its named after Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria, as this territory belonged to the British crown.
Alberta possess great natural resources, such as oil and natural gas, which makes it an economically strong province. The natural landscapes are considered breath taking. Geographically, it is divided into four different areas: The Rocky Mountains, The Plains of Alberta, The Plains of Saskatchewan and The Canadian Shield.
Include cities such as Calgary. It is the largest city in Alberta and has become an important economic centre for thanks to oil and natural gas reservoirs. Today it is a modern city full of western bars, pubs and sports clubs as well as the centre of country, pop, rock and punk music and also a frequent location of important cinema and theatre productions. Calgary became a well-known city all over the world when it hosted the Winter Olympics in 1988; The other big city in Alberta is Edmonton, which attracted quite a large number of gold diggers during the nineteenth century, who established themselves in the region turning this city with time into a major industrial centre and creating many jobs surrounding oil. Since 1981, it is known for the West Edmonton Mall, the world's largest mall. It has within its facilities an amusement park, a water park, a skating rink and a luxury hotel.... Finally, the third main city is Jasper, a picturesque village, originally a post mail, which is less than 5,000 inhabitants but has one of the natural wonders of Canada: Jasper National Park.