By Brian Brennan
From philanthropists to neighborhood characters, artists to oil-patch executives, Alberta Originals is stuffed with those that made a different contribution to the social, fiscal, cultural, and political foundations of Alberta. all people was once an unique who introduced his or her power and imaginative and prescient to the shaping of a province that has a background of embracing the bizarre and entrepreneurial.
Brian Brennan presents a clean examine those province developers, highlighting little-known info from the lives of The well-known 5, “Bible invoice” Aberhart, Frank McMahon, Catharine Robb Whyte, Ernest Manning, Bruno Engler, and lots of more.
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