News - Calgary

Get A&W Mama Burger for $2.99

A&W Canada is offering its Mama Burger, 100% pure beef patty with Real Cheddar Cheese for $2.99. The burger is topped with pickles, a slice of onion,… Read more »

60 Things to Do during Winter 2019 in Calgary

Here are 60 fun events to attend this 2019 winter season in Calgary!

Know Your Holiday Pay: Alberta

Alberta would like to remind all that the government has clear standards to ensure those working over the holidays are treated fairly. Facts about general holidays and general… Read more »

Soirée in The Valley – A Brand New Culinary Experience coming to Calgary

Gather your family or four closest friends and take part in this brand new culinary experience coming to Calgary in 2019. Enjoy an elegant 4 course meal inside a… Read more »

Things to Do on Christmas Day in Calgary – December 25, 2018

Here is a list of 10 things to do on December 25 in Calgary. I. Northern Reflections Window Exhibition The shops are closed but you can go scavenger… Read more »

Snowcat Sightseeing of Canadian Rockies – Winter Day Trip from Calgary

Snowcat Sightseeing of Canadian Rockies – Winter Day Trip from Calgary

A must-do winter experience for the non-skier in Alberta!

Get a behind the scenes look at Calgary City Hall’s famous 110 years old clock

Visit the atrium of the Calgary Municipal Building to get a behind the scenes look at Calgary City Hall’s famous 110 years old clock. The Seth Thomas Clock, originally… Read more »

You can get data only plans as low as $15 within the next 90 days

CRTC has announced that Canadians will soon have more innovative and affordable options for mobile wireless services after the big three Bell Mobility, Rogers and Telus have… Read more »

2019 New Years Eve Fireworks will Light Up Calgary Tower

Welcome 2019 at Olympic Plaza and the new Central Library. This year’s festivities include The Rumpus Room in the Municipal Building Atrium, a family dance party in… Read more »

City of Calgary closing Pedestrian Underpass below Glenmore Trail due to Safety Concerns

The City of Calgary has made the decision to permanently close the pedestrian underpass that runs beneath Glenmore Trail to the east of Macleod Trail (beside the… Read more »

New VIP Cinemas Theatre Coming to Calgary’s University District

Cineplex is opening a adults-only VIP Cinemas theatre in Calgary’s University District. Cineplex VIP Cinemas University District will be one of only two Cineplex theatres in the… Read more »

Tickets are on Sale for the 25th Ice Magic Festival

Lake Louise Ice Magic Festival is celebrating 25 Years this year! Aptly themed “Celebrating 25 Years of Ice Magic”, 2019 festival is a must visit destination for… Read more »

Lake Louise Ski Area Ltd fined $2.1 million

Lake Louise Ski Area Ltd. (LLSA) was sentenced on November 30, 2018 to fines totalling $2.1 million for offences under the Species at Risk Act (SARA) and… Read more »

Alberta releases Calgary 2026 Olympic Funding Information

Calgary 2026 estimates the cost to host the Games will be $5.2 billion. The Games are expected to generate $2.2 billion, leaving $3 billion in support that would… Read more »

Alberta Public flu vaccine clinics open Oct. 15

The influenza vaccine will be provided, free of charge, to Albertans six months of age and older at locations around the province, beginning in two weeks on… Read more »

$15/hour Minimum Wage from October 1 in Alberta

The Alberta government is raising the minimum wage to $15 per hour on Oct. 1 to help hard-working families make ends meet and build an economy that… Read more »

Free entry to Alberta Provincial Historic Sites and Museums during Culture Days

All open provincial historic sites and museums will offer free admission and family friendly activities during Alberta Culture Days, Sept. 28-30.

Trans Mountain Pipeline: Statement by Premier Notley

  Premier Rachel Notley delivered the following remarks today in a live address about the Federal Court of Appeal’s ruling on the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project:… Read more »

No more Greyhound Bus Trips in Western Canada

Greyhound Canada is ending its passenger bus and freight services west of Sudbury except one between Vancouver and Seattle.

Calgary Food Fest Returns for the Third Year

CALGARY FOOD FEST organised by Team Up Calgary returns in 2018 with over 20 Food Trucks, live entertainment, a market expo, inflatables, mascots and more! This will… Read more »

There are 50 new foods cookin’ on the Calgary Stampede Midway in 2018!

Do you want Deep Fried Bacon Wrapped Reese’s Cups or Deep Fried Burgers? It’s time to gather your foodie friends, pick your must-eats and plan your Stampede food… Read more »

New Exciting Additions to Castle Parks – Castle Provincial Park & Castle Wildland Park, Alberta

The Province of Alberta is investing $3 million in the Castle parks. Improvements will include new and improved family-friendly camping opportunities, trails, highly accessible front-country experiences and… Read more »

Avenue Calgary’s Joyce Byrne is the recipient of the 2018 Foundation Award for Outstanding Achievement!

Avenue Calgary’s Joyce Byrne is the recipient of the 2018 Foundation Award for Outstanding Achievement!

The National Media Awards Foundation announces Joyce Byrne is recipient of the 2018 Foundation Award for Outstanding Achievement! A quick glance at her career illuminates Joyce’s commitment… Read more »

Spend a Fun Evening at this Secluded Patio in Calgary this Summer

Spend a Fun Evening at this Secluded Patio in Calgary this Summer

Enjoy a summer evening at this patio surrounded by vibrant virginia creepers and twinkling lights in luscious trees that afforded them a top 100 rating as an outdoor dining restaurant in Canada by OpenTable in 2017.