Unlike the Others

Takach, Geo
April 2012
Alberta Views;Apr2012, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p42
The article looks into the exceptionality of Alberta from other cities in Canada, as well as how it reflects the province's kind of governance. The author mentions that Alberta is considered exceptional because of its devotion to freedom. It notes that the province's exceptionalist posture also come from its idea of equal opportunity for all people.


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