Whether it’s Black Beauty or Marley and Me, there’s something about that animal-human connection. Check out these top 7 places at the Calgary Zoo where you can get closer than ever before.
By night, watch the spectacular fireworks competition and the rest of the time stimulate your taste buds with a feast of worldly flavours
Young or old, a visit to Calgary’s new science centre gives you an opportunity to ‘fertilize’ your brain.
The 2014 Tour of Alberta kicks off in Calgary on Sept. 2, and over the next five days, 135 riders will ride a course over 700 kilometres of scenic, rugged and rolling regions of Alberta.
It takes a whole village to mount Canada’s only outdoor summer opera festival, now in its second year.
Calaway Park delivers in the thrills department, with 32 rides that range from a gentle carousel to giant swings to a wild rollercoaster. Here are our Top 5 screams.
Head out on a Saturday morning to sample some delicious local fare. There are plenty of goodies here to fill a basket for a picnic or a road trip.
Lions, tigers, and dragons, too. There are some new faces to see at the zoo, including a "White" Black Bear, a fast-moving Komodo dragon and a one-horned rhino.
You can’t do this anywhere else: Board a paddle-wheeler boat while gazing at Calgary’s modern glass and steel skyline, make your own ice cream, and help catch a robber!