Southern Alberta is a region located in the Canadian province of Alberta. As of the year 2004, the region's population was approximately 272,017. The primary cities are Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. The region is known mostly for agricultural production, but other sectors, such as alternative energy, film production and tourism, are emerging.
Brooks Brooks is located just 2 hours east of Calgary on the TransCanada Highway; 1 hour west of Medicine Hat; or 1 ½ hours from Lethbridge on Highway #36.
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Calgary Whether you are a longtime resident, a newcomer to our city or just here for a visit, there are many things to see and do in Calgary.
With more than 550 km of pathways, the city o ..read more
Cochrane Located in the heart of Alberta cattle country and the Cowboy Trail, Cochrane is a recreation playground for families, adventure enthusiasts and those seeking rest and relaxation i ..read more
From a distance, Fort Macleod looks like any other town. It is at a crossroads that once hosted Indian encampments, wagon trails and buffalo grazing grounds, in view of the ..read more
Lethbridge There are so many things to do and see in Lethbridge. If you're planning a visit, you'll need more than a weekend to see and do everything we have to offer.
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Medicine Hat The City of Medicine Hat is the major urban centre in Southeast Alberta, and is the southeast entrance to Alberta's industrial corridor. It is 293 km southeast of Calgary, 1,347 km ..read more
Pincher Creek Welcome to Pincher Creek, Alberta. Make Pincher Creek and Area, your destination vacation for a day, a week, or two weeks. We have a wide range of accommodations, restaurants and a ..read more
Strathmore Strathmore is located 40 km. east of Calgary on the Trans Canada Highway. It is a community that is over 80 years old. It was originally created as a service centre along the CPR r ..read more
Three Hills The Town of Three Hills was named after three prominent hills located north of the town. The entire community was moved to its present site on the Canadian Northern Railway (CNR) i ..read more