Discover the vibrant heart of Calgary at the University District, where a thriving neighbourhood has emerged from careful planning and progressive development. Explore diverse businesses, serene parks, and community connections, all within walking distance. Join us in this dynamic tapestry of culture and convenience!
In the heart of Kananaskis, Alberta, I found myself standing before the Blackshale Suspension Bridge. This unique structure marked the start of an adventure teeming with unpredictable weather. We were prepared to face it all, outfitted in Arc'teryx's new summer line, including the Delta ½ Zip Neck Hoody, the Coelle Shell Jacket, the Covert Pullover Hoody, and the Essent leggings.
Ever since the invention of the railroad, timekeeping has played a crucial role in our lives. In the 19th century, having a reliable timepiece could mean the difference between a smooth journey and a catastrophic accident. Inspired by this unique history, one Canadian watchmaker is bringing the spirit of that era back to life in a big way.
When night falls, Calgary comes alive with vibrant night markets. These markets are filled with delicious food, unique items to buy, and live entertainment, making the city buzz with activity. Inglewood, Calgary Night Market, U/D Night Market, Marda Loop, Heritage Park and more are among the best in the city. Each market offers its own special appeal, promising memorable summer evenings filled with exploration and enjoyment. So, gear up for a summer filled with exciting night market adventures that await in Calgary!
The vibrant neighbourhood of Calgary known as 17th Ave is an energetic corridor that stretches west from the city's downtown core. Nestled near notable sites such as the iconic Calgary Tower and the trendy Beltline district, 17th Ave is just south of the Bow River and showcases a unique blend of energy, diversity, historic charm, and modern allure.
Just off busy Crowchild Trail is Villages Calgary, a little shop dedicated to making a difference through fair trade and community building.
A thrift store is a treasure trove for finding a fantastic outfit without breaking the bank. Here are the best in Calgary.
The neighbourhood of Bridgeland-Riverside was once two separate areas known for German, Ukrainian, and Italian immigrants.
Winter is finally over! It’s the perfect time to get outside and explore what's happening in Calgary this spring.