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From 1936 to 1945, Alberta was in default on its provincial debt, managing only partial coupon
payments and no principal repayments. Out of cash and out of options, Alberta did what every bankrupt EU country wishes it could do again - Alberta started
printing its own currency. Of course Alberta didn’t call it that, this fiat currency came with the nifty moniker of Alberta Prosperity Certificates (“APCs”).