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Alberta Universities

This website provides list of Colleges and Universities in Alberta, Canada.  We provide links direct to the school websites, where students can find detailed information about courses, programs, degrees, student loans, grants and more. Most of the schools listed here are located in two major cities: Calgary and Edmonton.

You can find usefull information and news related to Post Secondary Education in province of Alberta on this website as well.

 

Alberta Colleges

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Please visit our Alberta Education News section where we are providing up to date data from multiple sources.

What is the difference between a college and university?
A lot of people are asking this question. Are you one of them? If yes, then this website is for you. Are you looking for Education Information in Alberta, Canada? Even better, this place is right for you!

Please be aware that there is a very distinct difference using this terminology around the world. The difference between College and University depends upon which country you are referring to. Find out more: College & University Difference.

Alberta Maps
We are providing few basic maps of Alberta and larger cities. Maps are either images or integrated solution using Google Maps. Following are links available to see maps: Alberta Map picture, Alberta Map using Google, Calgary Map using Google, Edmonton Map using Google and Lethbridge Map using Google.

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Chameleons
Chameleons have laterally flattened bodies and bulging, independently rotating eyes. They are variously ornamented with crests, horns, and spines. They feed chiefly on insects and are unique among lizards in possessing long, sticky tongues with which they capture their prey. Their changes in skin color are under hormonal and nervous control and are not affected by the color of the background but by stimuli such as light, temperature, and emotion. "Chameleon" is derived from what Greek words? Discuss
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