Besides Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia, Alberta is the most populous Canadian province with a population of over 4 million according to the 2016 census. Alberta is bounded to the east by Saskatchewan and to the west by British Columbia. The province was originally a district of the Northwest Territories until it became a province on September 1, 1905. Alberta already had some major features such as public education at this time and accordingly, the public schools became provincial institutions.
Health budget account for up to 45% of all government spending in Alberta; the budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year is $22.5 billion.
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