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british columbia's flag Canada's 8th Province Since 1905

Alberta is offers a diverse landscape as can be seen in the provincial flag. Both the Rocky Mountains and wheat filled plains share this rugged landscape. Because Alberta was the home to many dinosaurs, there are both fossil filled badlands and a booming oil industry. Home to the Calgary stampede, NHL hockey teams and CFL football teams, Alberta is a great place to live or visit. If you're searching for Alberta colouring pages for kids and adults alike then you have found the right place! If you want to know more about Alberta also see the photos page.

Choose a Free Alberta Printable Colouring (coloring) Page:

Art Gallery of Alberta

Calgary Skyline

Alberta's Legislature - Edmonton

The Badlands

Alberta's Flag

Calgary Stampede

Grizzly Bear

Native Canadians

Albertosaurus (Dinosaur)

Great Horned Owl (Provincial bird)

Wild Roses (Provincial flower)

Nikka Yuko Garden, Lethbridge

Edmonton Oilers

Calgary Flames

Edmonton City Hall

Elk Island National Park

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Alberta Photos
Alberta Facts and Symbols

population statistics

Provincial Population - 3,113,000 (2002)
Population of Edmonton - 993,200 (2002)
Population of Calgary - 267,200 (2002)
Males - 1,570,576 (2002)
Females - 1,543,010 (2002)
Ages 0-14 - 626,558 (2002)
Ages 15-64 - 2,168,333 (2002)
Ages 65+ - 318,695 (2002)

environmental statistics

Area km2 - 661,848
Land km2 - 642,317
Fresh Water km2 - 19,531
% of Canada - 6.6%
Forest Land km2 - 382,100
Highest Point - 3,747m
Snow Fall Edmonton - 129.6 cm / year
Snow Fall Calgary - 135.4 cm / year
Largest Lake - Clair - 1,436 km2

Provincial Moto:

Strong and free


alberta's flag The Alberta flag features the Cross of St. George at the top with scenes of the Alberta landscape below it. These scenes include mountains, foothills, prairies, grain fields, a beaver and the Province's floral emblem the wild rose. This flag was adopted by Alberta in 1968.

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Flower: Wild Rose

alberta's flower The wild rose was adopted as Alberta's floral emblem in 1930 as the result of a vote amongst the Provinces school children. Blooming in late spring, when the snow melts, this flower is an excellent source of vitamin C. Because of this many animals eat the blooms as a main food source.

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Bird: Great Horned Owl

alberta's bird the Great Horned is the largest of American "eared" owls. The only larger owl is the Great Gray Owl. These owls eat a wide variety of creatures, including grouse and rabbits as well as beetles, lizards, frogs, and birds. It lays its eggs as early as late January, even when there is still snow on the ground. The Great Horned Owl became Alberta's official bird in 1977.

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Tree: Lodgepole Pine

alberta's tree The Lodgepole Pine is Alberta's provincial tree and reaches up to 30 metres or more. The lodgepole pine is typically found in dense forests formed as the result of fires. It is used for lumber and plywood as well as pulp.

Coat of Arms

alberta's coat of arms