Alberta is bounded by the provinces of British Columbia to the west and Saskatchewan to the east, the Northwest Territories to the north, and the US state of Montana to the south. Alberta is one of three Canadian provinces and territories to border only a single US state and one of only two landlocked provinces. It has a predominantly Humid continental climate, but seasonal temperature average swings are smaller than to areas further east, with winters being warmed by occasional chinook winds bringing sudden warming which moderates average temperatures.
Clapton performed the show in front of a small audience on 16 January 1992 at Bray Film Studios in Windsor, England. In addition to the final album tracks, the performance included early versions of "My Father's Eyes" and "Circus Left Town" along with "Worried Life Blues" and a version of "Rollin' and Tumblin'". Clapton played Martin 000-42 acoustic guitars for much of the performance, and in 2004, one of the guitars sold for 791,500 USD (£ 434.400) in auction. Commenting on the popularity of the album in his 2007 autobiography, Clapton wishes the reader to understand the great emotional toll he experienced around that time, and suggests that they visit the grave of his son Conor in Ripley to do so.
Alberta (Minister of Education) v Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright)
Alberta (Minister of Education) v Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright), 2012 SCC 37, is a Supreme Court of Canada case that considered whether the photocopying of textbook excerpts by teachers, on their own initiative, to distribute to students as part of course materials is fair dealing pursuant to the provisions of the Copyright Act. The Supreme Court, in a 5/4 split, concluded that the Copyright Board made several errors in its analysis of the "fairness factors". Thus, it allowed the appeal and remitted the matter back to the Copyright Board for reconsideration.
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“Tyrannosaurs are these large predatory species that roamed Alberta, and North America, during the late Cretaceous ... The almost complete skeleton was found in Alberta’s DinosaurProvincialPark in 2009 ... “In Alberta’s Dinosaur Provincial Park, where this specimen is from, we have a very well sampled formation.
CALGARY — A dinosaur fossil found in the Alberta badlands has revealed new details about the diet of young meat-eating tyrannosaurs ... Gorgosaurus was a tyrannosaur that lived 75 to 77 million years ago, before the Tyrannosaurus rex, in what is now southern Alberta.
What do bald eagles, the stars and stripes, hot dogs, pick up trucks, and Jeeps have in common?. They're all recognizable symbols of American culture around the world. Related. Walmart makes a major move following Elon Musk advertiser comments ... And sales just keep increasing ... Jeep Rubicon parked outside a Jeep dealership in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
JOHN LETASKY. 406mtsports.com/Billings Gazette. BILLINGS — Chase Brooks always kind of knew he would one day be riding saddle broncs for a living ...People are also reading… ... I liked it ... Fellow traveling partner Kolby Wanchuk of SherwoodPark, Alberta, just missed out on the NFR, finishing 17th in the year-end regular-season saddle bronc standings.
Astronomers recently discovered 18-millisecond pulsars in Omega Centauri — located about 17,700 light-years from Earth — using the Parkes and MeerKAT radio telescopes. A pair of astronomers from the University of Alberta in Canada then looked at Chandra data of Omega Centauri to see if any of the millisecond pulsars give off X-rays.
Astronomers recently discovered 18-millisecond pulsars in Omega Centauri—located about 17,700 light-years from Earth—using the Parkes and MeerKAT radio telescopes. A pair of astronomers from the University of Alberta in Canada then looked at Chandra data of Omega Centauri to see if any of the millisecond pulsars give off X-rays ... More information ... DOI.