Web Hosting Alberta

If you are from Alberta, rest assured that your web hosting needs will be met with professionalism, superior hosting and support. Our service centre provides seamless web hosting service on our shared linux web hosting servers to individuals and businesses in Alberta.

Alberta web hosting is a three step process depending on your needs. First time web hosting clients must understand that getting a website requires several steps. First, you need to obtain a domain name. You can do this by visiting our domain registration page, input a name you would like and see if it is available. If it's available you will then chose a hosting package that suits your needs. For most new website owners, our basic Web Presence package provides all the storage, bandwidth and services you will need. Of course, as your website grows you can add numerous other features and services or upgrade to a more complex hosting packages. We provide an excellent control panel for maintaining your site and domain name with a full set of tools and a comprehensive Portal support in case you need assistance.

If you are moving an existing web Hosting account to us, you will need several pieces of information, such as your domain information. You then must choose a package from our list of many that meets your needs.

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Alberta

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Alberta, province in western Canada, the most westerly of the three Prairie provinces, which also include Manitoba and Saskatchewan. As represented in the provincial coat of arms, Alberta is a land of golden wheat fields, rolling plains, tree-clad foothills, snowy mountains, and clear blue skies. The Cross of Saint George, the patron saint of England, surmounts the coat of arms and is a symbol of Alberta's traditional ties with Britain. Many of the early settlers in the territory were of British descent and were bound by sentiment to the mother country. The Marquess of Lorne, governor-general of Canada from 1878 until 1883, visited Calgary and Banff in 1881, and the territory was named for his wife, Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, daughter of Queen Victoria of Britain.