Obviously it doesn't take c1ue very long to crunch data

For further context ... you can get Alberta generation stats here ...

http://www.energy.alberta.ca/Electricity/682.asp

... where you'll see that wind generation is a distant 4th (MW) ...

Coal - 8185
Gas - 5218
Hydro - 900
Wind - 805

... on a total of 13,535 MW making wind ~6% of total generation capacity.

While most people hate coal - Alberta has about 37 billion tons of reserves, and it accounts for 59% of total generation (2008 data). Ironically, there are some rather large coal operations not very far from all those wind farms.