Bringing your outdoor vision to life, one yard at a time.
Calgary Landscape Professionals is a local company that provides high-quality landscape design services to residential and commercial clients in the Calgary area. Our team of experienced designers works closely with clients to create custom outdoor spaces that meet their functional and aesthetic needs. Whether you're looking to add a patio, install a water feature, or redesign your entire yard, we have the expertise and resources to bring your vision to life.
Calgary Landscaping Professionals
199 Dalhurst Way NW Ste 3
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Calgary ( (listen) KAL-gər-ee) (Locally: KAL-gree) is the largest city in the western Canadian province of Alberta and the largest metro area of the three Prairie Provinces. As of 2021, the city proper had a population of 1,306,784 and a metropolitan population of 1,481,806, making it the third-largest city and fifth-largest metropolitan area in Canada. Calgary is situated at the confluence of the Bow River and the Elbow River in the south of the province, in the transitional area between the Rocky Mountain Foothills and the Canadian Prairies, about 80 km (50 mi) east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies, roughly 299 km (186 mi) south of the provincial capital of Edmonton and approximately 240 km (150 mi) north of the Canada–United States border. The city anchors the south end of the Statistics Canada-defined urban area, the Calgary–Edmonton Corridor.Calgary's economy includes activity in the energy, financial services, film and television, transportation and logistics, technology, manufacturing, aerospace, health and wellness, retail, and tourism sectors. The Calgary Metropolitan Region is home to Canada's second-largest number of corporate head offices among the country's 800 largest corporations. In 2015, Calgary had the largest number of millionaires per capita of any major Canadian city. In 2022, Calgary was ranked alongside Zürich as the third most livable city in the world, ranking first in Canada and in North America. In 1988, it became the first Canadian city to host the Olympic Winter Games. == Etymology == Calgary was named after Calgary on the Isle of Mull, Scotland, United Kingdom. In turn, the name originates from a compound of kald and gart, similar Old Norse words, meaning "cold" and "garden", likely used when named by the Vikings who inhabited the Inner Hebrides.
Neighborhoods around CalgarySt. Andrews Heights, Erlton, Hounsfield Heights/Briar Hill, Highwood, Scarboro, Ramsay, Glendale, Capitol Hill, South Calgary, Renfrew, Cambrian Heights, Mission, Parkdale, Vista Heights, Upper Mount Royal, Beltline, Sunnyside, Red Carpet, Signal Hill, North Haven,
Things To Do in Calgary
Prince's Island Park
Gasoline Alley Museum
Stephen Avenue Walk
The Military Museums
Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre
Nose Hill Park
Inglewood Bird Sanctuary & Nature Centre
Fish Creek Provincial Park
TELUS Spark Science Centre
Lougheed House National & Provincial Historic Site