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The complimentary brochure is an excellent addition to our marketing toolkit.The Battle of Alberta is a term applied to the intense rivalry between the Canadian cities of Calgary, the province's most populous (since 1976) city, and Edmonton, the capital (since 1905) of the province of Alberta.The result was that Edmonton and Northern Alberta became much more ethnically diverse than Calgary and Southern Alberta, and this at a time when prejudice against non-British ethnic groups (in particular, Slavic peoples) was commonplace among those of British extraction, adding another layer to the ill will between north and south.Thus, by the turn of the century the differing political leanings of Calgary and Edmonton that persist to this day (that is, with Calgary being quite conservative by Canadian standards and Edmonton tending to be more liberal) were already well established.We are extremely pleased to be featured in the Fall 2011 edition of Canadian Business Executive.The CABE team did a great job and the article really captures the essence of our company.By this time, two new transcontinental railways had been built, both via Edmonton, under the guidance of a federal Liberal government that had replaced the Conservative government which had overseen construction of the CPR.

Calgary also appeared in a Stanley Cup championship series in 1924, but lost to the Montreal Canadiens of the NHL.Pro hockey did not return until the World Hockey Association arrived in 1972.Both cities received teams, but Calgary's Broncos folded without playing a game.By the 1810s, explorer Peter Fidler identified the Battle River as a disputed frontier between the two groups.

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Locke asserts that the lack of an HBC presence in the south set the stage for very different patterns of settlement in the different regions.

After the demise of the WCHL in 1927, Alberta hockey fans turned to junior hockey.