The Huffington Post is opening two new Canadian sites to serve regional markets in British Columbia and Alberta, the online news website and content aggregator announced on Tuesday. In a release, the Huffington Post Media Group and parent company AOL Inc. said the new sites would feature “HuffPost’s signature mix” of news, blogging, community content and social engagement while capturing the “unique cultures” of each province. “HuffPost Canada was our first international edition and has always had a special place in the HuffPost family,” Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group, said in the release. "I'm delighted that we'll be welcoming even more voices to the conversation by expanding to British Columbia and Alberta.” Huffington Post, which first expanded from the U.S. to Canada in May, 2011, announced a new Canadian service dedicated to the Quebec market in February. Both new services announced Tuesday will launch in the fall, the company said.