From a tin-toy forest with animated animal figures at the airport to a stack of bronze hats in front of Hotel Le Germain, here are 12 pieces you should know about.
The mountain towns and other places where Calgarians go to recreate have an abundance of natural beauty, wildlife and outdoor activities. But what they and other rural communities often lack are surgical, trauma and emergency medical services. For those who make these and other non-urban areas their home and those who are there to visit, a scenic setting often comes with a price.
You'll find this colourful, four-storey stairwell installation inside the new community arts hub called cSpace.
Instead of giving someone an actual pet, consider sponsoring a service dog in their name or giving an adoption gift card instead.
We took photos throughout the process and have templates you can print if you want to recreate our look (or just want a Calgary Tower-shaped cookie).
The six filmmakers who received grants from the initiative are working on projects such as feature films and a series pilot.
The Osten and Victor Alberta Tennis Centre is one of the best facilities of this kind in North America.
Next time you walk by Hotel Le Germain, take a closer look at this sculpture.
Calgary Bird School is an obedience and skills school for birds.
Not only can you try 3D printing at the University of Calgary's Taylor Family Digital Library, but there are more than 25 3D-printing home businesses in Calgary and a local 3D printing club.
Boom or bust, the average Calgarian is comparatively healthy and satisfied with both the quality of health care available to them and their overall quality of life. But scratch the statistics just a little and a much more complex picture emerges.
Calgary's best and brightest under 40 were properly celebrated with a evening of music, ceremony, and fun.