So the next province ITTL which doesn't exist in OTL: Athabasca. Thanks as always to @Turquoise Blue for her input! Enjoy: Athabasca is one of the 11 provinces and territories of the Dominion of Canada located in the central region of the country, bordered by the Northwest Territories to the north, the province of Manitoba to the east, the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Dominion of Oregon to the south, and the Principality of Alaska to the west. Created in 1912, Athabasca is the seventh-most populous province, with a substantial First Nations population, and is the largest Canadian subdivision without a maritime boundary, as well as being the most recent Canadian province to be created. Historically, Athabasca was part of Rupert's Land and the North-Western Territory and became part of Canada with the creation of the Northwest Territories in 1870. The District of Athabasca was created as a subdivision of the Northwest Territories in 1882, to provide self-government for the growing population and settlements in the region. After a long campaign for autonomy, in 1912 the district was given provincial status, the last Canadian province to be created. Despite demographic growth over the 20th century, Athabasca remains one of the most sparsely populated Canadian provinces, with most of its 440,000 residents living in the major cities of the province, such as Grande Prairie and Fort McMurray. Athabasca is dominated by praireland and boreal forest, and the forestry and logging industries were major players in the province's economy before the 1960s. Since the mid-20th century Athabasca's economy has become primarily dependent on oil and gas, with the beginning of the exploitation of the large heavy oil reserves in the Athabasca oil sands and the extraction of natural gas in the west. The 2018 Athabasca legislative election was held on 23 October 2018 to elect, under the instant runoff voting system, the 23 members of the Legislative Assembly. The incumbent Conservative government, which had been in office since 1999, under Premier Hector Goudreau, comfortably won re-election with more than 50% of the popular vote and an increased majority. The opposition centre-left Progressives under leader Buckley Belanger failed to make inroads at this election, losing a single seat, whilst the centrist Non-Partisan League, under Doug Faulkner, held its two seats. After the election, Goudreau was reappointed as premier as leader of the largest party in the assembly, whilst Belanger and Faulkner announced discussions to merge their two parties together.