311 Citizen Services is your single point of contact for local government information and non-emergency services. Whether you're a resident, a business owner, or a visitor, your connection to The City is at your finger tips
Do you have a health concern for yourself or a child? Call Health Link by dialing 811 for quick and easy advice from a registered nurse 24/7. They will ask questions, assess symptoms and determine the best care for you.
Remember, in a medical emergency, always call 911 or visit the nearest emergency department.
We are a non-profit corporation that since October 1st 1984 has provided a communication service, between the digging community and the owners of buried facilities, to arrange for the marking of the location of buried facilities before a ground disturbance takes place.
Calgary Humane Society has been providing essential community services since 1922, making us Calgary’s first and most experienced animal welfare organization. Today, in addition to being a multi-service animal shelter, Calgary Humane Society’s Protection and Investigations department is also a law enforcement agency appointed by the provincial government to enforce Alberta’s Animal Protection Act.
The Calgary Parking Authority fulfills the City of Calgary’s parking mandates and implements the municipality’s parking policies by managing on- and off-street public parking facilities, enforcement programs and providing parking advisory services.
To report an illegally parked vehicle; Phone: 403-537-7100, option 2 and speak to a Dispatch Officer.
The Calgary Police Service is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In concert with other agencies and the citizens of Calgary, the Calgary Police Service strives to preserve the quality of life in our community by maintaining Calgary as a safe place to live, work and visit.
The Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (CWRS) is dedicated to treating injured and orphaned wildlife, providing valuable outreach and education services to the community and engaging all volunteers in motivational work and skill building experience.
Community Mediation Calgary Society (CMCS), is a registered charitable not-for-profit organization of volunteers who provide conflict management and dispute resolution information, and assistance.
CMCS was formed in 1993 as the brainchild of five newly trained mediators wanting to gain experience mediating community-based disputes by making available the mediation alternative to neighbors, community associations, and not-for-profit groups.
The Independent Living Resource Centre of Calgary (ILRCC) is a consumer controlled, cross disability, community-based, non-profit organization that is committed to promoting and enabling all persons with disabilities to make informed choices about their lives and to achieve their own level of independence. We believe in the right of people to equal opportunity, accessibility and full participation in the community.
We provide, through our core programs and special projects, alternatives that will allow citizens with disabilities to achieve their own level of independence. We are also committed to enhancing public awareness regarding the concerns and contributions of persons with disabilities
InformAlberta is a provincial on-line directory of publicly funded and/or not-for-profit community, health, social, and government organizations and services. The directory is maintained by the InformAlberta Partners – health zones and community information & referral services across Alberta.
Welcome to Vivo! We are a not-for-profit, charitable organization committed to healthy living, innovation and community building. As stewards of one of Calgary's leading regional recreation centres, we encourage people to create their own health and wellness stories. Each day we greet friends and neighbours and invite them to be healthier in mind, body and spirit by learning new skills, getting active and connecting with the community through shared experiences.
Our 195,000 square foot LEED Gold Accredited Facility provides a bright, comfortable, inviting space for a wide range of spontaneous and structured activities for individuals and families of all ages and abilities.
Arts Commons is a multi-venue arts centre in downtown Calgary, Alberta, Canada, located in the Olympic Plaza Cultural District. Occupying a full city block, Arts Commons is a six level complex measuring over 400,000 square feet
Located 191 metres above the downtown core, the Calgary Tower offers the best view in the city and is a must-see on any visitor's itinerary. On the Observation Deck you'll experience a spectacular 360° view of the bustling city, the majestic Rocky Mountains, the foothills, and the prairies.
Stand on the amazing glass floor for a birds-eye view of the city streets below. Enjoy a complimentary tour and learn about Calgary's history, landmarks, and future plans.
The Calgary Zoo is Calgary’s top tourist attraction. Bring your kids for an unforgettable, fun-filled day. Meet our captivating penguins in an Antarctic environment; visit majestic giraffes, bellowing hippos and colourful mandrills in Africa; our cool cats - tigers, lynx and snow leopards in Eurasia; or the stars of the Canadian Wilds – our bears, cougars and wolves.
Fort Calgary is situated on 40 acres of parkland on the eastern edge of downtown Calgary. This is where the modern city of Calgary began.
Explore colourful stories of Calgary’s past in the Interpretive Centre. Try on an authentic RCMP uniform or attend one of our Indigenous programs. Discover this National Historic Site and take a stroll along the RiverWalk to the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers.
As a key cultural cornerstone in Calgary for 50 years, Glenbow has surprised and engaged generations of Albertans and visitors to the province with remarkable connections between art, culture and the world around us. Glenbow provides us with a sense of place -- what it means to live in this amazing landscape -- and an appreciation for the legacy of the remarkable people and events that have shaped our community.
Glenbow's collection represents Western Canadian art and culture, both as a repository of important cultural history but also as a living record of contemporary life in this part of the world. Our collecting priorities respond to our community and over the past 50 years, the collection has shifted and adapted to incorporate new voices and perspectives. Our collection includes over a million objects, documents, photographs and artworks, making Glenbow one of the largest museums in western Canada.
Discover "How the West was Once" at Canada's largest living history museum. Explore our year-round exhibit, Gasoline Alley Museum, and find out how the introduction of the automobile changed our culture.
Spruce Meadows is committed to being the leading venue in the world for the international horse sports with a focus on the organization and hosting of show jumping tournaments of unmatched quality for junior, amateur and professional athletes in a manner that reflects basic family values in a clean, green and welcoming environment that celebrates the horse and encourages the breeding and training of quality sport horses and the teaching and development of athletes.
TELUS Spark is Calgary's Science Centre. Facilitators fuel curiosity. Exhibits and programs ignite a sense of wonder and excitement. Conferences and events act as a catalyst for innovation and new ideas.
TELUS Spark is a place for people of all ages and abilities to let go and embrace the desire to explore and discover science, technology, engineering, art and math.
The Military Museums of Calgary, Alberta is the largest tri-service museum in Western Canada and the second largest military museum in the country.
It consists of the four founding regimental museums and the Naval, Army and Air Force Museums of Alberta. We are also home to The Founders' Gallery and The Military Museums Library and Archives (University of Calgary).
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