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Population & demographics

Total population

1,296,795

Population age (%)

0-19 (24%)20-34 (21%)35-49 (23%)50-64 (19%)65+ (14%)

Household

Average household income

$146,479


Household composition (%)

Single person (28%)Multi person (6%)Single Family (65%)

Owners / Renters (%)

Owners (69%)Renters (31%)

Mother Tongue (%)

English (72%)Others (5%)Punjabi (Panjabi) (3%)Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) (3%)Yue (Cantonese) (3%)Mandarin (3%)Spanish (2%)Arabic (2%)French (1%)Urdu (1%)

Why live in Calgary?

There are so many reasons that someone would want to call Calgary home. First, it has a vibrant city centre that is full of culture, including the world-famous Calgary Stampede, as well as other attractions like the Calgary Zoo, Prince’s Island Park, the TELUS Spark Science Centre, The Military Museums, Glenbow Museum, Calgary Tower, and more. The city of Calgary (the fourth largest in Canada, by the way), also happens to be an economic hub, which means you will find plenty of job opportunities here. Even better, the city’s economy is diverse, with top industries ranging from technology and finance to energy and healthcare. Further, Calgary is surrounded by breathtaking natural scenery. Just over an hour west of the city lies Banff National Park, one of the most visited national parks in Canada and widely regarded as one of the most beautiful parts of the country. By living in Calgary, you will have quick and convenient access to this natural gem. From hiking and camping to skiing, snowboarding, or sipping on hot chocolate and marvelling at Lake Louise, there is so much to do in Banff. However, if you need some green space even closer to home, you will find it in Calgary via the likes of Bowness Park, Riley Park, Nose Hill Park, and Fish Creek Provincial Park, one of the top spots nearby for fishing, swimming, and hiking. Speaking of recreation such as swimming, if you enjoy sports, you’ll love living in Calgary, what with the city’s multiple professional sports teams, including the Calgary Flames NHL team, Calgary Stampeders CFL team, and Cavalry FC team. There are also countless golf courses and public walking and biking paths scattered throughout the city. One more reason to live in Calgary? It is still affordable. This Alberta city has a much lower cost of living than many other major Canadian cities, such as Vancouver or Toronto. Housing in particular is far below that of other provinces. Plus, Alberta doesn’t have PST or HST and land transfer tax does not apply to real estate transactions. At the end of the day, if you’re looking for an affordable, culturally rich and diverse, and family-friendly city to call home, it doesn’t get better than Calgary.

Quality and diversity of education in Calgary

Calgary is home to some of the best schools in the province. Public schools are run jointly by the Calgary Board of Education (which is responsible for running 251 schools and teaching over 128,000 students every year) and the Calgary Catholic School Board. A few of the province’s best private schools are also located in Calgary, like West Island College, Calgary Academy, Webber Academy, and the Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School. Meanwhile, if you live in Calgary, then you are well-positioned to attend university or college, as there are a number of post-secondary options in the city. A few of the top universities and colleges in the area include the University of Calgary, Ambrose University, St. Mary’s University, Mount Royal University, Rocky Mountain College, the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Bow Valley College - South Campus, and ABM College - Calgary Campus. However, there are also several others nearby, like the University of Lethbridge, which is two hours south in Lethbridge, or Red Deer Polytechnic, which is an hour and a half north in Red Deer.

Most populous cities in Calgary

The largest neighbourhoods in Calgary are as follows: Panorama Hills, Beltline, Saddle Ridge, Evergreen, Tuscany, Cranston, Taradale, McKenzie Towne, Coventry Hills, and Auburn Bay.

Quality of infrastructure for Calgary

Calgary’s infrastructure is top-tier, beginning with its public transit system run by Calgary Transit. Calgary Transit provides locals with an extensive network of bus and light rail routes. A portion of two of the light rail routes, known as the C-Train, even has a free fare zone in which travellers can board and take the train for free. This free zone goes through downtown Calgary from either 3rd Street East or 11th Street West along 7 Avenue. Beyond Calgary’s excellent public transportation infrastructure within the city, you have several options for travelling outside of the city. For example, multiple coach bus services, like Ebus, Cold Shot, Rider Express, The Canada Bus, and Red Arrow, operate all over the province and beyond, connecting Calgary residents with other cities and towns in Alberta, BC, and beyond. Calgary is also home to the largest airport in the province, Calgary International Airport, where flights can be taken within Canada, to the United States, and all over the world. One of the country’s largest airlines, WestJet, even has its headquarters at Calgary International Airport. Although Via Rail, the country’s national passenger train service, does not have a stop in Calgary, there are nearby stops in Edmonton, Edson, Evansburg, Hinton, Jasper, Viking, and Wainwright. Finally, when it comes to healthcare, you will be in good hands in Calgary. The city features some of the top hospitals in the province, including Alberta Children's Hospital (ACH), Rockyview General Hospital (RGH), Foothills Medical Centre (FMC), and South Health Campus (SHC).

Safety and security for Calgary

The Calgary Police Service upholds the safety and security of Calgary. That said, Calgary is generally considered a very safe place to live. The risk of natural disasters is low, as is the risk of various types of crime, including violent crime. Within the city itself, some of the neighbourhoods that are considered among the safest include Aspen Woods, Elbow Park, Springbank Hill, Tuscany, West Springs, and Edgemont. Just like elsewhere in Canada, if you are ever in an emergency situation, call 9-1-1.

Calgary property market

Calgary’s housing market is affordable and strong. As a major city in Canada, buyers will also find a wide range of housing types here, from condos and apartments downtown to bungalows, detached homes, duplexes, and semi-detached homes in the city’s many suburbs. On top of this, there is no land transfer tax in Calgary, as well as no PST or HST, which can significantly decrease the fees that come with buying a home.

Standard of living in Calgary

The quality of life in Calgary is among the highest in Canada. Between the low crime rates, excellent education and healthcare infrastructure, ample green space, and the city’s tight-knit community feel, locals enjoy a high standard of living in Calgary. Plus, as mentioned above, the city’s tax structure means no PST or HST on any goods or services, including homes, all of which make the city an affordable place to live.

Something wonderful about Calgary

Calgary has a distinct cowboy culture that is fairly unique within Canada. No event better encapsulates this culture than the Calgary Stampede, a ten-day festival held every July, in which tourists and locals alike flock to the city to enjoy a mix of rodeo events, agricultural exhibits, live entertainment, amusement games and rides, and delicious food. The Calgary Stampede is a one-of-a-kind event that features everything from wild chuckwagon races, bareback riding, carnival rides, and art and history exhibits to a marketplace with over 50 vendors and some of the best fair food in the country, like funnel cakes and Alberta all-beef burgers and hot dogs.