Roads similar to or like Alberta Highway 2

Major highway in Alberta that stretches from the Canada–United States border through Calgary and Edmonton to Grande Prairie. Wikipedia

  • List of municipalities in Alberta

    Fourth-most populous province in Canada with 4,067,175 residents as of 2016 Census of Population and is the fourth-largest in land area at 640330 km2. Alberta's 352 municipalities cover 98.1% of the province's land mass and are home to 98.6% of its population. Wikipedia

  • List of towns in Alberta

    Urban municipality status type used in the Canadian province of Alberta. Alberta towns are created when communities with populations of at least 1,000 people, where a majority of their buildings are on parcels of land smaller than 1,850 m2, apply to Alberta Municipal Affairs for town status under the authority of the Municipal Government Act. Wikipedia

  • Alberta Highway 2A

    Designation of six alternate routes off Highway 2 in Alberta, Canada. In general, these are original sections of Highway 2, such as the southern portion of Macleod Trail in Calgary. Wikipedia

  • [[Image:Alberta Census divisions - population density.svg|thumb|275px|Population density map of Alberta census divisions (people/km²) ]] Wikipedia

  • Northern Alberta

    Region located in the Canadian province of Alberta. An informally defined cultural region, the boundaries of Northern Alberta are not fixed. Wikipedia

  • List of municipal districts in Alberta

    Most common form of all rural municipality statuses used in the Canadian province of Alberta. Alberta's municipal districts, most of which are branded as a county (e.g. Yellowhead County, County of Newell, etc.), are predominantly rural areas that may include either farmland, Crown land or a combination of both depending on their geographic location. Wikipedia

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