Public Art In Alberta

Alberta is a a province of Canada and was named in honour of Princess Louise Caroline Alberta (1848–1939), the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria.  The first people in Alberta were Paleo-Indians who arrived in Alberta at least 10,000 years ago. The British arrived in the mid 1600's and set up fur trading companies. Half the land of the province of Alberta was granted by King Charles II to the Hudson's Bay Company and subsequently all rival fur traders were no longer allowed to trade. The French began settling in the area around 1731.

Public Art In St Albert - featuring ; Time Is A River monument,


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