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FOR SALE $5,100,000
MLS® C4007704 31083 COYOTE VALLEY Rural Rocky View County Alberta T3L 2R1

Coyote Valley
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The beauty of the mountains/river valley await you on this 4 acre piece of paradise with a luxurious custom built home just minutes from NW Calgary in Coyote Valley! Over $400,000 invested in gorgeous landscaping offering both privacy & a magnificent setting. Over 6,000 sqft of development:5 bedrooms w/ 3 full & 2 half baths. The upper floor offers a private enclosed balcony, custom executive office with built-ins & loft area. The main floor is very spacious with a master suite retreat. The ensuite bathroom offers oversized tile steam shower, his & her sinks, air tub & tile flooring. The kitchen is a gourmet's dream with all the built-in appliances including a gas stove, custom cabinets & large island. The living room is open to the kitchen; offers hardwood flooring, 2 storey vaulted ceilings & gas fireplace. The lower walk out level was completed by the builder & offers 2 bedrooms, exercise room, large rec room with wet bar, full bathroom & media area. In-floor heat in both the walkout & 4 car garage!
  • 4,136 Sq Ft
  • 4
  • 3.20
FOR SALE $4,900,000
MLS® C4070532 701 SIFTON BV SW Calgary Alberta T2K 2K8

Elbow Park
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STUNNING NEW ARCHITECTURAL HOME, artfully combining the talents of designer PAUL LAVOIE + architect RICHARD DAVIGNON wit. 5600+ SF of luxurious perfection with a "beach house" feel. UNBELIEVABLE SETTING, WITH SUNNY SOUTH EXPOSURE on the Elbow River, close to the water, but substantially elevated, OFFERING AMAZING 180 DEGREE PANORAMIC VIEWS. The OPEN PLAN takes full advantage of the light + views, incorporating SUBTLE ANGULARITY + 2 STORY VOLUMES to enhance the feel. Tremendous principal rooms w/ 12' CEILINGS FLOW SEAMLESSLY OUT to a full-width rear terrace. Upper level features 10' ceilings, an open lounge + 50' of balconies. Totally indulgent master suite with views, spa-inspired bath + enormous walk-in-closet/dressing room. 2nd bedroom suite. Lower level has a sprawling rec room w/ garden window, media room, 2 more bedrooms + 2 full baths. Constructed post-2013 + incorporating the latest technology ($200,000 barge foundation). Oversized triple garage + landscaped auto court.

  • 3,940 Sq Ft
  • 4
  • 4.10
FOR SALE $4,500,000
MLS® C4040509 2632 TORONTO CR NW Calgary Alberta T2N 3W1

St Andrews Heights
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Toronto Crescent, in the historic inner-city NW community of St. Andrews Heights, is home to some of the newest & sleekest contemporary mansions in the city; a showcase street for a bold new orientation of inner-city multi-million dollar architectural showpieces. This design masterpiece is perched on the Bow River Escarpment offering amazing views overlooking the river valley. Over 6,400 sq.ft. of developed living space, 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms & a must see 2,400 sq.ft. 7-car garage complete with vehicle elevator to lower level parkade. Open-concept main floor plan with dream kitchen ideal for entertaining. Master suite is an oasis unto its own with private lounge offering panoramic views of the river valley & a stunning ensuite with almond shaped master vanity & steam shower. Lower level boasts 2 grand bedrooms (each with their own ensuite), gym, wine cellar, media room, & lower parkade. Convenient access to downtown, hospitals, & river.

  • 4,016 Sq Ft
  • 4
  • 4.30
FOR SALE $4,499,000
MLS® C4031807 4328 BRITANNIA DR SW Calgary Alberta T2S 1J5

Britannia
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OUTSTANDING BRAND NEW 5700 SQUARE FOOT LUXURY CONTEMPORARY HOME IN THE HEART OF BRITANNIA ! THIS STUNNING PROPERTY WITH 5 BEDROOMS (ALL ENSUITED ) + 7 BATHS IS BUILT TO THE HIGHEST OF STANDARDS. PHENOMENAL DESIGN FEATURES, SOARING CEILINGS, LOADS OF GLASS , FLOOR TO CEILING WINDOWS, GORGEOUS FLOOR + COUNTER SURFACES, GLASS ENCASED OPEN TREAD STAIRCASE, STUNNING LIGHT FIXTURES, TWO WINE CELLARS (ONE IN THE DINING ROOM + ANOTHER ON THE LOWER ENTERTAINING LEVEL) ELEVATOR, MANY OUTDOOR LIVING AREAS INCLUDING THE GORGEOUS BACKYARD + 2500 SQUARE FEET OF BALCONIES WITH VIEWS ON THE UPPER LEVELS, + STELLAR CITY VIEWS !! AMAZING UPPER LEVEL LOUNGE WITH WET BAR , BATH + OUTDOOR HOT TUB. EXCEPTIONAL BACKYARD WITH OUTDOOR FIREPLACE, PERGOLA + STONE TOP BBQ. ARCHITECTURALLY DESIGNED BY ED GALLAGHER + INTERIOR DESIGNER PAUL LAVOIE. EXCELLENT HOME FOR ENTERTAINING INSIDE + OUT, AS WELL AS FOR FAMILY LIVING.

  • 4,530 Sq Ft
  • 5
  • 6.10
FOR SALE $4,250,000
MLS® C4047018 507 RIVERDALE AV SW Calgary Alberta T2S 0X9

Elboya
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Impressive Executive home built on a 75' lot with views of the river valley & downtown. Designed/built by Mike Holmes, this home capitalizes on green construction & a masterpiece of interior design. Your own private retreat with natural light from the large windows, natural stone & other green outdoor influences captivating you in a mix of zen and modern design. Entertain in your dream kitchen with 2 ovens, 2 dishwashers, & numerous luxuries. The stunning main floor is completed by impressive floor to ceiling windows conveying natural light. Green live wall greets you as the enter the home & three bio flame fireplaces cultivate a cozy ambiance. 3rd floor hosts a spacious master suite with 5 pce. ensuite & walk in closet with adjoining private den & sliding balcony doors to deck. 3 kids bedrooms, 2 baths, gym, laundry complete the second level. Basement features a cinema worthy media room, nanny's quarters, craft room, sauna & rec room. Listing realtor to be present for all showings!

  • 4,288 Sq Ft
  • 5
  • 4.10
FOR SALE $4,200,000
MLS® C4065037 223 LAKE PLACID GR SE Calgary Alberta T2J 5G6

Lake Bonavista
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One of a kind property situated on an incredible lot on Lake Bonaventure. Designed by DeJong & Associates & built by Waterford Homes, this bungalow was constructed with an uncompromising level of finishing. No details were spared across the entire property. Over 3500 sq ft on the main floor & 6500+ across the entire home. Enter the grand foyer & marvel at the soaring ceiling at the entrance & living area with stunning lake views. Appreciate the intricate millwork & built-ins throughout all of the grand principal rooms. The kitchen is a chefs delight. Master retreat with 5pc ensuite & balcony overlooking the lake. Each bedroom has its own ensuite. Dream walkout basement with climate controlled wine cellar + tasting room, exercise room with adjoining bath/steam room & rec area with built-ins & 2 way fireplace. The 19,000+ sq ft lot with 145 ft of frontage is arguably the best on this lake. Heated pool, hot tub, waterfall, built-in bbq & fireplace. One of the most exclusive waterfront properties you'll find!

  • 3,534 Sq Ft
  • 4
  • 5.10
FOR SALE $3,988,000
MLS® C4065957 1943 BRIAR CR NW Calgary Alberta T2N 3V6

Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill
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This Lindner Brother Developments masterpiece is perched atop the ridge in prestigious Briar Hill, backing onto a 40 acre hillside reserve, & offers unsurpassed city views. 8300+ sq. ft. of the finest living quarters imaginable. Attention paid to every detail and every possible upgrade make for pure luxury living. Chef's dream kitchen w/huge pantry, deluxe appliances & island, Dining room & great rooms are absolute Show Stoppers with large gas fireplace & floor to ceiling windows offering breath-taking views of downtown. Coffered ceiling detail with ambient LED lighting is exquisite! Upper level hosts master suite with stunning views, massive walk-in closet & spa-like ensuite. 5 bedrooms up, each with ensuite + walk in closets. Climate controlled wine cellar, theatre room & gym on lower level plus full walkout to sunny south yard. State of the art smart wired with highest quality mechanical. All interior walls and floors insulated. Watch our HD video presentation for viewing of this incredible home.

  • 5,541 Sq Ft
  • 4
  • 5.10
FOR SALE $3,600,000
MLS® C4059532 1916 10 AV NW Calgary Alberta T2N 1G3

Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill
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Mid century modern inspired custom home stretching 65' along its private 50x160 lot. This home is about space with large open + gracious rooms for living + entertaining. Clean lines create simplicity + elegance. The seamless transition between indoors + outdoors is manifest in floor to ceiling windows. 18 skylights, 1 topping a 31' high centre atrium + 10 crowning the spacious great rooms' 18' high floating ceiling, wash the home with light + shadows. Night lighting transforms the space, augmenting the ample room to showcase your art. From the sweeping views watch the river valley + downtown change with the seasons. Whether from the quiet private covered back deck embraced by the earth or from the top deck with its fireplace, downtown view + open sky, this is a house full of experiences. Come + view a different way of living.

  • 4,146 Sq Ft
  • 4
  • 5.10
FOR SALE $3,600,000
MLS® C4033250 250079 Range road 32 Rural Rocky View County Alberta T3Z 1L6

Springbank
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GREAT OPPORTUNITY 80 ACRES FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT CLOSE TO NEW BINGHAM CROSSING EDGE SCHOOL AND SPRINGBANK AIRPORT. MOSTLY LAND VALUE BUT DOES HAVE THE ORIGINAL RESIDENCE,BARN,2 ARENAS SHOP AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS ON THE PROPERTY. 5 ACRES ZONED R2. PRESENTLY OPERATING AS A BOARDING AND RIDING STABLE
  • 3,000 Sq Ft
  • 0
  • 4.00
FOR SALE $3,295,000
MLS® C3647231 18 SAGE HILL GD NW Calgary Alberta T3R 1J1

Sage Hill
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This is Multi Family development land. DC/MH-1 Zoned. On the corner of the future west Simons Valley Parkway and 37 Street (Sage Hill Dr.) It sits directly across Sage Hill Dr. from the RIOCAN Retail Center (Walmart SuperCenter). The land is 3.95 acres (titled) < the road (Sagehill Garden), 2.95 (approx.) acres developable, to +/- 180 units.

  • 1,959 Sq Ft
  • 1
  • 0.00
FOR SALE $3,200,000
MLS® C3632364 42091 TWP RD 280 Rural Rocky View County Alberta T4C 1A1

Rural Rocky View County
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WELCOME TO THIS ESTATE HOME ON 60 ACRES WITH PANORAMIC MOUNTAIN VIEWS. THIS ELEGANT AND MATICULUSLY BUILT HOME IS 40 MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN CALGARY OR THE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. THE WALKOUT BUNGALOW HAS THE MASTER WITH 5 PIECE EN SUITE AND A GUEST BEDROOM WITH EN SUITE ON THE MAIN. THE GOURMET KITCHEN SITS BESIDE THE HEARTH ROOM AND YOU CAN DINE ON THE 574 SQ FT DECK. THE DEN AND THE ELEGANT LIVING AND DINING ROOM COMPLIMENT THE MAIN. THE LOWER LEVEL HAS 2 BED ROOMS, FAMILY ROOM WITH RIVER ROCK FIREPLACE AND FULL BAR. THERE IS A MEDIA ROOM, EXERCISE AND FLEX ROOM. WE ARE SET UP FOR HORSES AND ALSO A 40 X 100 HEATED INSULATED SHOP WITH 220 POWER AND CONCRETE FLOOR. LARGE OVER HEAD DOORS. THE SECOND SHOP IS 40 X 88 AND HAS A GRAVEL FLOOR AND 2 18 FT OVER SIZED DOORS. MANY EXTRAS ON AND IN THIS PROPERTY. A MUST SEE CALL TO DAY TO VIEW THIS PROPERTY.
  • 2,344 Sq Ft
  • 4
  • 3.10
FOR SALE $2,890,000
MLS® C4047160 740 RIDEAU RD SW Calgary Alberta T2S 0R6

Rideau Park
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Brand new 4195 sq ft 3 bedroom executive family home to be built by Mairen Homes situated on a 12,363 sq ft ( ¼ acre +) lot backing onto the Elbow River. The main floor offers an open concept plan including a great room with fireplace, formal dining area & spacious gourmet kitchen with huge island/eating bar. There are 3 bedrooms up, each with an ensuite bath, a fitness room or potential fourth bedroom & a laundry room on the second level. The spacious master retreat features a sun room, his & hers dressing rooms & 5 piece ensuite. The basement gives access to the triple under drive garage & has potential for a lounge area & mudroom. Further features include a roughed-in elevator, sunny west back yard with river views & the advantages of living in Rideau Park close to river pathways, vibrant 4th Street, the Talisman Centre, excellent schools, public transit & just minutes to the downtown core. This property could be combined with 738 Rideau Road SW for a 25,511 sq ft (1/2 acre+) lot.

  • 4,195 Sq Ft
  • 3
  • 3.20
FOR SALE $2,850,000
MLS® C4060610 2032 BRIAR CR NW Calgary Alberta T2N 3V8

Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill
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Spectacular estate home by award winning builder Blok Home Development & Design. Truly a modern masterpiece, this open design feat. 24' ceilings, stunning custom wood & glass staircase & natural stone accents. O/S stained wood windows flood home w/natural light. Breathtaking gourmet kitchen, feat. high gloss modern cabinetry & Miele appliance pkg. opening to innovative breakfast nook w/built in coffee bar. The exceptional quality & design is evident t/o w/striking dual living areas, dramatic FP, & oversized office w/solid Carrera heated marble floors. Upstairs boasts a stunning loft retreat & inviting master w/a private balc. w/downtown views & luxurious bath. Also, 4th bdrm option upstairs! Experience true indoor/outdoor living & enter the rear courtyard thru nano sliding doors; stunning yard showcases built-in BBQ & firepit. Numerous other features incl.home integration w/alarm, high tech boiler/HVAC systems. Located on prestigious Briar CR & only steps to schools, parks & inner city amenities.

  • 3,729 Sq Ft
  • 5
  • 4.10

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The city of Calgary is situated where the impressive Canadian prairies meets the rugged, snow-capped peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Its' puerile, glittering skyscrapers rise out of older suburban neighbourhoods and seem oddly superimposed on this stunningly diverse landscape. Calgary continues to grow at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow rivers. Its' population is now over 950,000 citizens. While Calgary is the fourth largest city in , it is the second largest in terms of hosting head offices and one of the least expensive for wage versus cost of living compared to other major cities in . It's land mass covers over 5,000 square kilometers making it the single largest metropolitan city in North America.

The major industries in Calgary reflect that of the whole province. Oil & gas is the top job-creating industry, followed by technology, agriculture and tourism. We have put together a directory of Calgary and surrounding area websites so that you may get a good feel and some great ideas about our breath taking province.

The first recorded immigrant presence in the Calgary region took place in 1787 and by 1860 settlers began arriving to hunt buffalo and sell illegal whisky. In response, ?s first Prime Minister sent a troop of Mounties to impose the law and make the prairie suitable for immigration. As a result, the little trading post of Fort Calgary was born (it was named by Colonel James Macleod after Calgary Bay on the Isle of Mull, Scotland). The settlement did not experience much in the way of population growth until the arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1883 and it was not until 1894 that Calgary became a city.

Many have linked the Calgary of today to a Canadian Houston, a comparison that is not without merit.

Like Houston, Calgary is a confident, often-brash cowboy town that grew wealthy on oil. As an image, however, this captures only a small part of what the city and its people are actually like. Calgary is also a city of diverse and vibrant neighbourhoods, where its citizens relax in caf?s, stroll the scenic streets or take in cultural events although they are just as likely to head off to the great outdoors.

Its technology industries have grown immensely, diversifying the economy and making it less of a one-horse cowboy town and more of a 21st-century city.

Calgary (IPA: /ˈk?lgəriː/) is the largest city in the province of Alberta, . It is located in the south of the province, in a region of foothills and high plains, approximately 80?kilometres (50?mi) east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies. Calgary is the third largest civic municipality, by population, in . As of the 2007 civic census, Calgary's population was 1,019,942. The metropolitan population (CMA) was 1,079,310 in 2006, making Greater Calgary the fifth largest census metropolitan area in the country. Because it is located 300?kilometres (185?mi) due south of Edmonton, statisticians define the narrow populated region between these cities as the "Calgary-Edmonton Corridor". It is the largest Canadian metropolitan area between Toronto and Vancouver.

A resident of Calgary is known as a Calgarian.

Calgary is well-known as a destination for winter sports and ecotourism with a number of major mountain resorts near the city and metropolitan area. Economic activity in Calgary is mostly centred on the petroleum industry; however, agriculture, tourism, and high-tech industries also contribute to the city's fast economic growth. Calgary holds many major annual festivals which include the Calgary Stampede, the Folk Music Festival, the Lilac Festival, Wordfest: Banff-Calgary International Writers Festival, One World Festival (GlobalFest), and the second largest Caribbean festival in the country (Carifest). In 1988, Calgary became the first Canadian city to host the Olympic Winter Games, and one of the fastest ice skating rinks in the world was built at the University of Calgary to accommodate these games.

Sports and recreation

In large part due to its proximity to the Rocky Mountains, Calgary has traditionally been a popular destination for winter sports. Since hosting the 1988 Winter Olympics, the city has also been home to a number of major winter sporting facilities such as Olympic (luge, cross-country skiing, ski jumping, downhill skiing, snowboarding, and some summer sports) and the Olympic Oval (speed skating and hockey). These facilities serve as the primary training venues for a number of competitive athletes.

In the summer, the Bow River is very popular among fly-fishermen. Golfing is also an extremely popular activity for Calgarians and the region has a large number of courses.

The city also has a large number of urban s including Fish Creek Provincial , Nose Hill , Bowness , Edworthy , the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, Confederation , and Prince's Island . Nose Hill is the largest municipal in . Connecting these s and most of the city's neighbourhoods is one of the most extensive multi-use (walking, bike, rollerblading, etc) path systems in North America.

Attractions

Calgary's features an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars, cultural venues, shopping (most notably, TD Square, Calgary Eaton Centre, Stephen Avenue and Eau Claire Market), and public squares such as Olympic Plaza. tourist attractions include the Calgary Zoo, the TELUS World of Science, the TELUS Convention Centre, the Chinatown district, the Glenbow Museum, the Calgary Tower, the Art Gallery of Calgary (AGC) and the EPCOR Centre for the Performing Arts. At 2.5 acres (1.01?ha), the Devonian Gardens is one of the largest urban indoor gardens in the world, and it is located on the 4th floor of TD Square (above the shopping). Located here is The Core Shopping center, resident to many popular stores including Urban, Henry Singer, Holt Renfrew and Harry Rosen. The region is also home to Prince's Island , an urban located just north of the Eau Claire district. Directly to the south of is Midtown and the Beltline. This area is quickly becoming one of the city's densest and most active mixed use areas. At the district's core is the popular "17 Avenue", which is known for its many bars and nightclubs, restaurants, and shopping venues. During the Calgary Flames' playoff run in 2004, 17 Avenue was frequented by over 50,000 fans and supporters per game night. The concentration of notorious red jersey-wearing fans led to the street's playoff moniker, the "Red Mile." Calgary is easily accessed using the city's C-Train light rail (LRT) transit system.

Demographics

According the 2001 Statistics federal census, there were 878,866 people living within the City of Calgary proper. Of this population, 49.9 per cent were male and 50.1 per cent were female. Children under five accounted for approximately 6.0 per cent of the resident population of Calgary. This compares with 6.2 per cent in Alberta, and almost 5.6 per cent for overall.

In 2001, 9.0 per cent of the resident population in Calgary were of retirement age (65 and over for males and females) compared with 13.2 per cent in ; therefore, the average age in Calgary is 34.9 years of age compared with 37.6 years of age for all of .

Between 1996 and 2001, Calgary's population grew by 15.8 percent. During the same time period, the population of Alberta increased by 10.3 percent. The population density of Calgary averaged 1,252.3 persons per square kilometre (3,243/sq?mi), compared with an average of 4.6 persons per square kilometre (11.9/sq?mi) for the province.

A city-administered census estimate, conducted annually to assist in negotiating financial agreements with the provincial and federal governments, showed a population of just over 991,000 in 2006. The population of the Calgary Census Metropolitan Area was just over 1.1 million, and the Calgary Economic Region posted a population of just under 1.17 million in 2006. On July 25, 2006 the municipal government officially acknowledged the birth of the city's one millionth resident, with the census indicating that the population is rising by approximately 98 people per day. This date was arrived at only by means of assumption and statistical approximation and only took into account children born to Calgarian parents. A net migration of 25,794 persons/year was recorded in 2006, a significant increase from 12,117 in 2005.

Calgary is the main city of Census Division No. 6 and the Calgary Regional Partnership.

Visible minority groups

A majority of Calgarians declare themselves to be of European ancestry. This group comprises 79% of the population (688,465 people). Another 2.3% (19,765 people) of the population is Aboriginal. In addition, the city is home to a relatively large number of people belonging to visible minority groups. These groups include Chinese: 51,540 or 5.9%, South Asian: 37,370 or 4.2%,Filipino: 16,245 or 1.9%, Black Canadian: 13,370 or 1.5%, Latin American: 8,525 or 1.0%, and many others.Based on single responses. Statistics are from the 2001 Statistics census.

Government and politics

Calgary is mostly a conservative city, dominated by traditional small-c social conservatives and fiscal conservatives. As the city is a corporate power-centre, a high percentage of the workforce is employed in white-collar jobs. The high concentration of oil and gas corporation lead to the rise of Peter Lougheed?s Progressive Conservative Party in 1971. During the 1990s the city's mainstream political culture was dominated by the right-wing Reform Party of federally, and the Alberta Progressive Conservatives provincially. The Reform Party was founded in Calgary.

The Green Party of has also made inroads in Calgary, exemplified by results of the 2004 federal election where they achieved 7.5% of the vote across the city and 11.3% in the Calgary North Centre riding. A provincial alternative, represented by the right-wing Alberta Alliance, became active during the 26th Alberta general election and campaigned for fiscally and socially conservative reforms, and managed a growing percentage of support thereafter.

However, as Calgary's population has increased, so has the diversity of its politics. One growing alternative movement was recently active during the 2000 World Petroleum Congress demonstrations and the J26 G8 2002 protests. Protesters were a mix of locals and outsiders. The city has chapters of various activist organizations, as well as an Anti-Capitalist Convergence.

Municipal politics

Calgary is governed in accordance with Alberta's Municipal Government Act (1995). The citizens vote for members of the Calgary City Council every three years with the most recent vote in October 2007. City Council is comprised of the mayor and 14 ward aldermen. The mayor is Dave Bronconnier who was first elected in 2001.

The city has an operating budget of $2.1 billion for 2007, supported 41% by property taxes. $757 million in property taxes are collected annually, with $386 million from residential and $371 million from non-residential properties. 54% of the budget is spent for wages of the 13,043 city employees and expeditures.

Economy

Calgary's economy is still dominated by the oil and gas industry, despite recent diversification. The larger companies are BP, EnCana, Imperial Oil, Petro-, Shell , Suncor Energy, and Trans, making the city home to 87% of 's oil and natural gas producers and 66% of coal producers.

In 1996, Canadian Pacific Railway moved its head office from Montreal to Calgary, and, with 3,100 employees, is among the city's top employers. In 2005, Imperial Oil moved its headquarters from Toronto to Calgary in order to take advantage of Alberta's favorable corporate taxes and to be closer to its oil operations. This involved the relocation of approximately 400 families.

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