The Continued Success of the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program

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Published: April 10, 2012

The province of Alberta, located in Western Canada between Saskatchewan and British Columbia, is one of Canada’s most rapidly expanding provinces in terms of both population and economic power. With a population of over 3.6 million, largely centralized in the cities of Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta is the most populous of Canada’s ‘prairie provinces’. It is also home to one of Canada’s strongest economies, supported by the expanding oil industry as well as agriculture and technology. >>Read full article on Canadavisa.com

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