Originally used as a military reserve and training ground by the Canadian Military from WW1 to the early 1990s, this ... More
Originally used as a military reserve and training ground by the Canadian Military from WW1 to the early 1990s, this southwest park, Battalion Park aims to remember the four battalions that trained in the area during the First World War before being sent to the front lines overseas for active duty. There are interpretive signs along the park but their biggest attractions are the large white stone numbers that signify the four battalions. History acknowledges that soldiers hauled the 16,000 white stones up the hill. There is also a lookout and numerous pathways along the park.
From the outside, this enormous shopping center looks a bit like a giant spaceship. The Bay, Zellers and Sears are
the major stops here, while The Gap, Eddie Bauer, Hallmark and The Sony Store are among some 150 other ...
During the 1988 Olympic Winter Games in Calgary, Olympic Plaza was the focal point of much of the event, including
most of the medal ceremonies and laser and fireworks displays. Tens of thousands of people jammed into the square ...
On any mild winter day, the frozen lagoon in this park is filled with skaters. An open expanse of ice
with smaller tributaries that wind off out of view, the man made lagoon is great for youngsters just learning ...
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