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[[Portal:Alberta|Alberta]] has 12 Judicial Districts. The offices are located at the courthouses in the following cities and towns (except Edmonton, where it is located at the Law Courts Building):  
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[[Alberta]] has 12 Judicial Districts. The offices are located at the courthouses in the following cities and towns (except Edmonton, where it is located at the Law Courts Building):  
  
 
Calgary<br>Drumheller<br>Edmonton<br>Fort Macleod<br>Grande Prairie<br>Hanna<br>Lethbridge<br>Medicine Hat<br>Peace River<br>Red Deer<br>Vegreville<br>Wetaskiwin  
 
Calgary<br>Drumheller<br>Edmonton<br>Fort Macleod<br>Grande Prairie<br>Hanna<br>Lethbridge<br>Medicine Hat<br>Peace River<br>Red Deer<br>Vegreville<br>Wetaskiwin  

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Alberta has 12 Judicial Districts. The offices are located at the courthouses in the following cities and towns (except Edmonton, where it is located at the Law Courts Building):

Calgary
Drumheller
Edmonton
Fort Macleod
Grande Prairie
Hanna
Lethbridge
Medicine Hat
Peace River
Red Deer
Vegreville
Wetaskiwin

The court records found at the Provincial Archives are Coroners’ Files (1910–1927), Inquest Files (1884–1905, 1910–1928), Justice of The Peace Files (1898–1927), and Criminal Files (1915–1928). Most of these records are indexed.