Do you know that they have a series of "Talk Notes" on the Alberta Family History Society since 1997 up to the present day.
These are notes on the talks that are given by the meeting presenters to post on the society's website, and some of them are quite useful.
I took a minute and read through them yesterday, and there are notes on Eastern European Ancestry, Scottish Law, Ontario Land Records, Mining Online Resources, and Family History in Homestead and Land Records.
There have been other societies in Canada which have done this, but they hae usually put them behind “Member’s Only” website, so they aren’t available to the public.
But if you want to read the AFHS "Talk Notes", go to www.afhs.ab.ca/aids/talks/index.shtml to see what notes are available.