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Canada’s third-largest city, with a population of over 1.2 million people, Calgary is the economic capital of Western Canada. Its downtown core is populated by oil and gas industry head offices while its distinct skyline is dominated by the Calgary Tower and Encana’s curvaceous The Bow building.

A city of entrepreneurial hustle and Western hospitality, Calgary is nestled in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, with the beautiful Bow River Valley meandering through its heart. One of the country’s sunniest cities, Calgary is well known for its proximity to world-class outdoor recreational attractions that include Canada Olympic Park, Banff National Park and Kananaskis Country.

Calgary was the first Canadian city to host the Winter Olympics in 1988 and continues to attract over 4.5 million tourists a year. The city’s major festivals include renowned rodeo and exhibition the Calgary Stampede, Calgary Folk Music Festival, YYComedy Festival and art-meets-science extravaganza Beakerhead.

Referred to as the Red Mile, Calgary’s 17th Ave Retail & Entertainment District features many of the city’s top restaurants and boutiques, and is a nightlife hub, while International Avenue in Forest Lawn is the city’s top global food destination. Stephen Avenue Walk in the heart of downtown Calgary also features a mix of top shopping and dining as well as arts and cultural venues including Arts Commons and Glenbow Museum.

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Taking place at Prince’s Island Park from July 21 to 24, 2016, Calgary Folk Music Festival presents a surprisingly diverse array of musical styles. Also varied, festivalgoer fashions naturally lean to cool and casual Bohemian chic. Visit the following shops to find unique, summery clothing and funky accessories fit for folk aficionados, world-music devotees and indie enthusiasts. [Image credit: iStock.com/svetikd]
Whether it’s sunny or not, many Calgarians can’t resist the lure of an outdoor restaurant patio. The best feature great views, secluded locations or unique seating arrangements, but these seasonal seating areas may also feature their own special food and beverage menus. Here are a few top outdoor spots where you can enjoy exceptional open-air meals this summer. Image credit: iStock.com/stevecoleimages.
The city’s summer season features a delicious dance card of culinary festivals and events. Many, such as Stampede-time pancake breakfasts, are easy to access the day of, but the various tasting and tippling shindigs listed here can fill up quickly, so purchasing tickets sooner than later for these foodie festivities is recommended. Image credit: iStock.com/kasto80.
Sundresses are versatile and can be worn all summer. Warm-weather dress trends that rocked the SS16 runways include tailored sleeves, high necklines and bare shoulders with hints of lace as well as suede and denim pieces influenced by fashion styles of the ’60s and ’70s. If you’re looking to upgrade your dress collection with some of the season’s latest styles, start at these boutiques. Image credit: iStock.com/smithcjb.

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