Mr. Alberta, Ads, Activism

December 2010
Alberta Views;Dec2010, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p62
The article offers information on various topics in Alberta. It notes that author Robert Kroetsch was born on June 26, 1927. History shows that "Alberta Advantage" stayed as the provincial slogan of the province for 15 years. It points out that activist Mike Hudema proposed 52 actions in his book "An Action A Day."


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