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Alberta is one of Canada's prairie provinces. The climate is dry and continental, meaning that winters are very cold (with temperatures as low as -45 Celcius) and summers can be very hot. In winter food will quickly freeze outside. That is often a good thing, as it will help preserve a lot. Some fruits, veggies, dairy products and beverages may get ruined though. In summer you must act quickly, as the heat will soon ruin your food.

The major urban centres of Alberta are Calgary and Edmonton; both offer dumpster diving opportunities.


Provinces and territories of Canada

Alberta | British Columbia | Manitoba | New Brunswick | Newfoundland and Labrador | Northwest Territories | Nova Scotia | Nunavut | Ontario | Prince Edward Island | Quebec | Saskatchewan | Yukon