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October 2020

Found 4 blog entries for October 2020.

Best Golf Courses in Calgary

There are numerous top-tier golf courses located throughout Canada. In fact, Canada is the third-largest golfing nation across the globe. Whether people are interested in a laid-back afternoon on the green or want to challenge themselves and improve their golf game, they'll find exactly what they're looking for at one of Calgary's premier golf courses. The following options are some of the best golf courses in and around the city.

Blue Devil Golf Club

The Blue Devil course was created by Browning Horrocks Golf Design, a company owned by well-known course designers Wade Horrocks and Gary Browning. The 18-hole course is situated on 200 acres of beautiful land just West of the Bow River. It features a number of water hazards and dramatic bunkers,

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Best Parks in Calgary, AB

When you need a break from the city, heading to one of Calgary's great parks is a way to get some fresh air without venturing too far. The following choices are some of the best parks in Calgary, where to find them, and what to expect when you get there.

Nose Hill Park

Address: Nose Hill Park, 5620 14 St NW, Calgary, AB T3K 2P6, Canada

Nose Hill Park Amenities

  • Hiking trail
  • Off-leash areas for dogs
  • Wildlife observation opportunities
  • Native Rough Fescue grasslands
  • Botanical specimens, such as Trembling Aspen trees
  • Public washrooms

Nose Hill Park, also called Nose Hill Natural Environment Park, is located west of the Calgary International Airport and Northwest from the Calgary Zoo. It was created at the start of

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Calgary Cost of Living Guide

With a population of 1,285,711 residents, Calgary is Alberta's largest city and the third-largest municipality in all of Canada. Calgary is recognized as both a leader in the Canadian oil and gas industry as well as one of the country's cultural capitals. The city is home to the country's second-highest concentration of corporate headquarters, trailing only Toronto.

The cost of living index for Calgary is 69.85, which is below Canada's average. As such, Calgary falls very much in line with the cost of living in other major Canadian metro areas, including Toronto and Vancouver. Calgary's cost of living—particularly housing—tends to fluctuate according to how well the economy is performing.

Housing prices in Calgary have continued to trend slightly

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Moving to Calgary Relocation Guide

Calgary, Alberta is a city known for many things from its oil to the annual Calgary Stampede. With more than 1.6 million residents, Calgary is the fourth most populous city in all of Canada, and it's growing with every passing year. Calgary is a beautiful city with a booming economy and plenty to see and do, so it's no wonder so many people choose to move there. Cowtown, as it is sometimes known, is full of western culture that any John Wayne or Sam Elliott fan will be able to appreciate, and this is just one reason why Calgary is so different from any other city in Canada. If you're looking for a new place to call home, Calgary has everything anyone could ever want.

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  • Cost of Living in Calgary
  • Calgary Job Market
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