Celebrate all that is Calgary with the Flames.
For the second season in a row we celebrate the people, organizations and landmarks that make the city unique.
|Calgary Police Service
Watch Celebrate the Calgary Police Service
In concert with other agencies and the citizens of Calgary, the Calgary Police Service strives to preserve the quality of life in our community by maintaining Calgary as a safe place to live, work and visit.
Watch Celebrate the Calgary Zoo
Located in the heart of Calgary, the Calgary Zoo is a world-class, non-profit organization focused on education and conservation. Established in 1929, the Calgary Zoo was among the first in Canada, and is currently the second largest zoo in the country.
The exhibits are divided by continent so the animals and plants you see in each area are representative of what you'd see in the wild of each global region.
Watch Celebrate Fort Calgary
Fort Calgary brings history to life by telling the stories of the Mounted Police site, the settlement and the people of Calgary through dynamic interpretation and exciting exhibits.
Fort Calgary is operated by the Fort Calgary Preservation Society. The Society’s mandate is to preserve, utilize, develop, interpret and promote Fort Calgary for the benefit of the citizens and visitors to the city.
|United Way Calgary
Watch Celebrate the United Way
United Way of Calgary and Area is about people helping people and about building the Calgary community. They give support by investing in supporting community programs and initiatives in Airdrie, Cochrane, High River, Okotoks and Strathmore.
Watch Celebrate the Glenbow Museum
The Glenbow Museum is a combination of a museum, art gallery, library and archives all under one roof. Glenbow boasts over a million artifacts and some 28,000 works of art in its vast collections and is one of the largest museums in Canada. Through a variety of dynamic programs and changing exhibitions and programs, and a broad collection of art, artifacts and historical documents, Glenbow Museum builds on a commitment to preserve our cultural and western heritage while simultaneously providing visitors with a glimpse of the world beyond.
Watch Celebrate the Calgary Stampede
The Calgary Stampede is a volunteer-supported, not-for-profit community organization that preserves and promotes western heritage and values. The Stampede contributes to the quality of life in Calgary and southern Alberta through its world-renowned ten day Stampede, year-round facilities, western events and several youth and agriculture programs. All revenue is reinvested into Calgary Stampede programs and facilities.
|Canada Olympic Park
Watch Celebrate Canada Olympic Park
Working together with partners in sport, the Calgary Olympic Development Association's vision is to create Canadian Olympic winter sport excellence, from the grassroots level to the country's Olympic best. CODA supports national sport organizations, encourages educational opportunities, and subsidizes the operation of unique training and recreational facilities used by the nation's top athletes and the general public.
| Spruce Meadows
Watch Celebrate Spruce Meadows
Spruce Meadows is a premier venue in the sport of show jumping containing over twenty buildings: ten permanent stables, two indoor arenas, tournament center, administrative offices, Congress Hall, British House, HD television production suite, maintenance, and storage buildings - all encompassed within 360 acres. Spruce Meadows is located in the foothills of the majestic Canadian Rockies, within the city of Calgary.