Attend a vegan festival, watch a hot sauce eating competition or explore a local farm during one of these events.
We're embarking on a gallery crawl to explore Calgary's visual art scene. Our first stop is Transformation Fine Art.
Celebrate Indigenous culture and heritage, take on a serious sporting challenge or just go for a soak in the hot springs. It's all going down in the mountains near Calgary this month.
You've never toured a city like this before. Urban Pedal Tours offers a brand new way to experience the city, enjoy craft drinks and have a blast with friends.
Plan to drink a lot of coffee, listen to live music and even visit with some wolfdogs.
There will be 50 new foods and drinks at Stampede this year, including kangaroo pizza, deep fried pineapple rings and hot ice cream doughnut sandwiches. Vote for the ones you're most excited to try.
This month, climb a 45-foot outdoor wall at a huge new climbing facility, learn how to play disc golf and check out a new exhibit about the Barenaked Ladies.
The Calgary Stampede is the big one, but there are plenty of rural rodeos to attend this summer. Depending on what it is you like, they might be even more fun.
It's one of the most classic day trips from Calgary. While you are there, try some of these things to do and places to eat. They are quintessential Banff and some of the best things to experience in the national park town.
See how an old-fashioned woolen mill works, eat at adorable diners, navigate your way out of Canada’s only sunflower maze and see for yourself why the Torrington Gopher Hole Museum really is worth the trip north.
Lasso, drink, dine, tour and paint your way to appreciating Calgary's western roots.
Spend a day or two in one of the most beautiful national parks in Canada. It's also a little quieter than the others.