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Touted as the "The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth", the Calgary Stampede is undeniably a Calgary classic! With its roots dating back to 1886 when the Calgary and District Agricultural Society held its first fair, the first rodeo and festival was held in 1912, known as the Stampede. This became an annual event

The neighbourhood of Bridgeland-Riverside, formerly known as Germantown, is primarily residential but is also shares the same address as Calgary's world famous Calgary Zoo and iconic TELUS Spark (Science Centre).  Connected to the City by the extensive Bow River pathway system, the neighbourhood is easily accessible to pedestrians, cyclists and transit commuters alike.  Tom Campbell's

Hurtling down the concrete-paved race course, swerving around tight hairpin bends, white-knuckled, screaming like a girl.  As an onlooker, I’m sure this ride down the Skyline Luge track at Calgary’s Winsport COP didn’t look like a particularly spectacular race between Christa and myself.  However, this description captures my blurred recollection of the fun-filled five-minute gravity-driven

Construction on the iconic 60,000 square foot Studio Bell edifice in Calgary’s trendy East Village was completed in 2016 and opened on Canada Day, July 1st of that year.  At a cost of $191M it replaced the old Cantos Music Museum that originally housed only keyboard instruments.  Studio Bell now features over 2,000 interactive and

Prince’s Island Park could well be classified as Calgary’s premier urban park.  As the name implies, this 20-hectare gem is located on an island in the Bow River on the north border of Downtown.  The park was built on land donated to the City in 1947 by the Prince family, founders of Eau Claire Lumber