Alberta's Northwest

Worden, Peter
December 2011
Alberta Views;Dec2011, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p12
The article offers information on Alberta's northwest area including human population, marital status of its citizens, and its geography. It mentions that its population is approximately 22,300, marital age is over 15 and above, and the geography is predominant with subarctic muskeg tundra. It also cites the locals who made testimonies on its community including Elise Willison, Heather Porrill , and Jim Lewis.


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