Located in the heart of agricultural Alberta, and enjoys some of nature's most glorious sunsets. It is a rapidly growing community with a population of 14,185.
Nestled in the spectacular Rocky Mountains. It is about one hour from Calgary, five minutes from the entrance to Banff National Park, and on the doorstep of Kananaskis Country, which boasts thousands of acres of pristine wilderness. In Canmore it is possible to achieve a balance between work and pleasure in a breathtaking natural environment. Canmore's mountain lifestyle is ideal for those who appreciate the outdoors. Fine dining, music, cultural festivals, fabulous shopping, every outdoor sport imaginable and an excellent range of other amenities makes Canmore a prime tourist destination - and a beautiful place to live. Welcome to Canmore, where you will find mountains of opportunity.
Home of the world famous dinosaur park and Tyrrell Museum, is home to 8,000 people. A drive of approximately ninety minutes from Calgary to Drumheller presents the beauty of rolling farmland and the Red Deer River Valley.
Rich in Western Heritage and located approximately forty minutes south of Calgary, is nestled along the Highwood River and views the fabulous foothills and Rocky Mountains. Approximately 13,584 people reside in High River.
A growing community of over 28,000 people situated about 15 minutes south of Calgary, enjoys the ever changing vistas of the Rocky Mountains and the recreational pleasures offered by the Sheep River which passes through the town.
Home to 1,100 of Alberta's friendliest citizens, is a farming community near the Saskatchewan border.
A growing community of more than 13,300 people, situated about thirty minutes east of Calgary on the Trans Canada Highway. Strathmore is an active, full-service community and its proximity to lakes and mountains makes it an attractive place to live.
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