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and is one of Canada's four most urban regions. It consists of Statistics Canada census divisions (List of census divisions of Alberta) No. 11 (Division No. 11, Alberta), No. 8 (Division No. 8, Alberta), and Division No. 6

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Country2011Main.jsp?param Canada work Academic Ranking of World Universities publisher ShanhaiRanking Consultancy accessdate March 23, 2012 The university's main campus consists of over 90 buildings and covers 50 city blocks on the south rim of the North Saskatchewan River valley (North Saskatchewan River valley parks system), directly across from downtown Edmonton. Its enabling legislation is the ''Post-secondary Learning Act.'' http: 574.cfm?page p19p5.cfm&leg_type Acts&isbncln 9780779737932 ''Post-secondary Learning Act'' Location The location of the university was to be decided along the same lines as that of Saskatchewan. (The province of Saskatchewan shares the same founding date as Alberta, 1905.) Saskatchewan had to please two competing cities when deciding the location of its capital city and provincial university. Thus, Regina (Regina, Saskatchewan) was designated the provincial capital and Saskatoon received the provincial university, the University of Saskatchewan. The same heated wrangling over the location of the provincial capital also took place in Alberta between the cities of Calgary and Edmonton. It was stated that the capital would be north of the North Saskatchewan River and that the university would be in a city south of it. In the end the city of Edmonton became capital and the then-separate city of Strathcona (Strathcona, Alberta) on the south bank of the river, where Premier Alexander Rutherford lived, was granted the university, much to the chagrin of Calgary, for many years to come. - Atlanta Flames 1972 1980 style "background:#ff9;" Calgary Flames* 8 commons:Calgary

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and is a stronghold for the Conservative Party (Conservative Party of Canada). Boklöv competed in two Winter Olympics, finishing seventh in the team large hill event at Calgary in 1988 (1988 Winter Olympics) and 47th in the individual normal hill at Albertville in 1992 (1992 Winter Olympics). At the 1989 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Lahti, he finished fifth in the team large hill and tenth in the individual normal hill events for his best finishes. In 1990 at Vikersund, Boklöv finished 27th at the Ski-flying World Championships. Biography Ron Gostick was born in Wales to Canadian parents and moved with them to Canada shortly after the First World War (World War I). They established a homestead near Stettler, Alberta and lived there for nine years before moving to Calgary. From 1933 to 1935, he attended Crescent Heights High School (Crescent Heights High School (Calgary)) and was influenced by the school's principal, William Aberhart, a proponent of the social credit (Canadian social credit movement) movement in Alberta. Gostick and his family became members of the Alberta Social Credit League. His mother, Edith Gostick, was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta in the 1935 provincial election (Alberta general election, 1935) that brought Social Credit to power for the first time, making Aberhardt Premier of Alberta. She would remain the Member of the Legislative Assembly for Calgary until 1940. '''Theatre Calgary''', theatre company in Calgary, Alberta, established as a professional company in 1968. '''Voodoo Computers Inc.''' or '''VoodooPC''' was a luxury (Luxury good) personal computer brand owned by Hewlett Packard. Voodoo was originally started as a niche PC maker in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. It was founded in 1991, and in September of 2006 Hewlett Packard announced they would acquire Voodoo. Voodoo specialized in high performance computing. As of June 28, 2011, VoodooPC offered only two models: the Envy 133 (laptop) and the HP Firebird (desktop), although both are no longer available for purchase. It is unknown at this time if any new products are in production. commons:Calgary

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such as John Ware (John Ware (cowboy))—who brought the first cattle into the province in 1876—were American. Government of Alberta - About Alberta - History. American style open range dryland ranching began to dominate southern Alberta (and, to a lesser extent, southwestern Saskatchewan) by the 1880s. The nearby city of Calgary became the centre of the Canadian cattle industry, earning it the nickname "Cowtown"

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to contribute to Canadian and world music. It was at Mr Kendrick's instance, with the enthusiastic support of Dean Allan and the financial underwriting by the Whitmore family, that the current small but fine Casavant Frères organ was installed in north transept of the Cathedral in May 1974 at the time St Paul's was given cathedral status. The '''International Festival of Animated Objects''' is a biennial festival sponsored by the non-profit group '' CAOS Calgary Animated Objects Society

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of the St. Louis Cardinals minor league organization. Anson, ''McGovern'', pp. 15–16. group "nb" but had given the latter up due to the heavy drinking, gambling, and womanizing of his teammates, and entered the seminary instead. Ambrose, ''The Wild Blue'', pp. 27, 29. George's mother

, ''The Wild Blue'', p. 30. Joseph and Frances McGovern were both firm Republican (Republican Party (United States))s, but were not politically active or doctrinaire. Miroff, ''The Liberals' Moment'', p. 28. Early years Charles Joseph Clark was born in High River (High River, Alberta), Alberta, on June 5, 1939, the son of Charles A. Clark, who was the publisher of the local newspaper, and Grace Welch. He has

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name "OWOW" birth_place Calgary, Alberta (Calgary), Canada resides DATE OF BIRTH July 11, 1980 PLACE OF BIRTH Calgary, Alberta (Calgary), Canada DATE OF DEATH Riza Santos Calgary, Alberta Top 25, Miss Sport Award Top 20, Miss Talent Award Shawna Roberts Calgary, Alberta - Jody Jensen Calgary, Alberta - '''Vida Vencienė

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, and business. Unique collections in the archives include catalogs, cookbooks, records of land sales by the Canadian Pacific Railway, maps, school yearbooks, extensive genealogical resources, and an excellent collection of resources for the study of Métis genealogy. Location The Siksika Nation reserve, Siksika 146 is located one hour's drive east of the city of Calgary, and three kilometres south of the Trans Canada Highway #1. The administrative and business district are strategically located adjacent to the Town of Gleichen (Gleichen, Alberta) to accommodate visitor traffic. '''Ian Willoughby Bazalgette''', VC (Victoria Cross), DFC (Distinguished Flying Cross (UK)) (19 October 1918 – 4 August 1944) was born in Calgary, Alberta and while serving in the Royal Air Force was awarded the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British (United Kingdom) and Commonwealth (Commonwealth of Nations) forces. birth_date commons:Calgary

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leader_title4 MLAs (Legislative Assembly of Alberta) leader_name4 title List of MLAs frame_style border:none; padding: 0; list_style text-align:left;display:none; 1 Moe Amery 2 Manmeet Bhullar 3 Neil Brown (Neil Brown (Canadian politician)) 4 Wayne Cao 5 Christine Cusanelli 6 Alana DeLong 7 Jonathan Denis 8 Gordon Dirks 9 Mike Ellis (Mike Ellis (Canadian politician)) 10 Kyle Fawcett 11 Heather Forsyth 12 Rick Fraser (Rick Fraser (politician)) 13 Yvonne Fritz 14 Kent Hehr 15 Sandra Jansen 16 Linda Johnson (Linda Johnson (politician)) 17 Darshan Kang 18 Donna Kennedy-Glans 19 Jason Luan 20 Ric McIver 21 Jim Prentice 22 Dave Rodney 23 David Swann 24 Jeff Wilson (Jeff Wilson (politician)) 25 Teresa Woo-Paw established_title Established established_date 1875 established_title2 Incorporated   - Town (List of towns in Alberta)  established_date2 November 7, 1884 established_title3  - City (List of cities in Alberta) established_date3 January 1, 1894 area_magnitude unit_pref area_footnotes  (2011) area_total_km2 825.29 area_metro_km2 5107.55 area_urban_km2 704.51 population_as_of 2011 population_footnotes population_total 1096833 (3rd (List of the 100 largest municipalities in Canada by population)) population_density_km2 1329.0 population_metro 1214839 (5th (List of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in Canada)) population_density_metro_km2 237.9 population_urban 1095404 population_density_urban_km2 1554.8 population_demonym Calgarian population_blank1_title Municipal census (Municipal census in Canada) (2014 (Alberta municipal censuses, 2014)) population_blank1 1195194 blank_name_sec2 GDP blank_info_sec2 US$ (American dollar) 97.9 billion blank1_name_sec2 GDP per capita blank1_info_sec2 US$ 69,826 timezone MST (Mountain Time Zone) utc_offset −7 timezone_DST MDT utc_offset_DST −6 latd 51 latm 03 latNS N longd 114 longm 04 longEW W coordinates_display title elevation_footnotes elevation_m 1045 postal_code_type Postal code span postal_code T1Y to T3R (List of T postal codes of Canada) area_code 403 (Area code 403), 587 (Area code 587) website footnotes


The economy of Calgary includes activity in the energy, financial services, film and television, transportation and logistics, technology, manufacturing, aerospace, health and wellness, retail, and tourism sectors. http: industries The Calgary CMA is home to the second-most corporate head offices in Canada among the country's 800 largest corporations.

Calgary anchors the south end of what Statistics Canada defines as the "Calgary–Edmonton Corridor".

In 1988, Calgary became the first Canadian city to host the Olympic Winter Games (1988 Winter Olympics).

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