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Welcome to Calgary

What's it like to make Calgary your home? For starters, you'll always enjoy a breath of fresh air! Not only is Calgary a consistently top scorer in stability, healthcare, culture, environment, education and infrastructure, it's also an impeccably clean city with a view of the Rocky Mountains that will take your breath away. In Calgary, you'll never be far from nature, year-round outdoor recreation and all the urban amenities you could want. Enjoy great shopping, world-class restaurants and an exciting art culture scene - all within your reach! Choose Calgary as your home and find a life of abundance, comfort and daily inspiration.

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    Calgary Stampede

    For 10 days in July, the city transforms into one of Canada's premiere celebrations - a tribute to the Old West filled with cowboy hats, music, food and culture that's been dubbed "The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth." The Calgary Stampede helps to preserve and celebrate Western heritage, culture and community spirit. Filled with parades, bronco rides, special events and music, the Stampede is truly an event unlike any other.

    Rocky Mountains

    The Rocky Mountains Natural Region is 49,070 square km in size, encompassing 7.4 percent of Alberta. It is located on the South-Western border of the province, reaching from the top of Willmore Wilderness Park to the bottom of Waterton Lakes National Park. The unmistakable snowcapped peaks of the Rockies are at the core of Alberta's cultural identity: housing wildlife, providing clean water and playing a major role in Alberta's economy.

    Calgary Tower

    Calgary Tower is a free-standing 191-metre tall observation deck in downtown Calgary, offering panoramic views of the city. Originally called Huskey Tower, Calgary Tower was built to honour Canada's centennial year of 1967 and to promote growth in the downtown area. It was opened to the public in 1968 as the tallest building in Canada outside of Toronto. There are 802 steps inside the tower leading to the top.

    Mattamy’s Calgary Community Investments

    At Mattamy, we believe that at the heart of every great community are the welcoming people doing inspiring things. Read more about our community investments and sponsorships below.

    Part of the Community

    We care deeply about making a difference in the communities where we live and work.
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    We believe in safety before anything else

    We’re proud to share that we are a finalist for this year’s BILD Alberta’s Safety Leadership Award, a recognition presented to companies with an innovative approach to safety and employees dedicated to promoting safety on the job and in our communities.

    Discover the incredible Mattamy communities in Calgary

    Experience life in the city as a member of one of Mattamy's outstanding Calgary communities, including Southwinds, Cityscape, Carrington and many more.