The social history of Alberta Province

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Sterilization settlements coming soon
Edmonton Journal, 28 April 1998. The rights of 700 people who were sterilized between 1928 and 1972 under Alberta&s old eugenics law.
Healthy living hard to come by for low-income Albertans
FFWD Weekly (Calgary), 30 October 2003. Government funded anti-tobacco campaigns and fitness ventures have been implemented to lessen the strain on the health care system, but according to critics, there is a larger problem that needs to be addressed: However, the Alberta government is not investing in all levels of society.
Racism Continues to Scar Alberta Landscape
The Alberta Federation of Labour (AFL) News (Edmonton), 19 May 2004. Police are reporting an increase in hate group activity in Alberta, and B'nai B'rith reports a large increase in anti-Semitic acts last year. We also continue to see discrimination against Muslims in the shadow of the Attack on Iraq. Clearly racism is alive and growing in Alberta.