This inner city Calgary district, with 4th Street S.W. as its main artery, is home to some of the city’s best independent shops and must-try eateries.
The cocktail had its beginnings at Calgary's Westin hotel back in 1969 when bartender Walter Chell added a twist to the established Bloody Mary.
Whether you have an early morning flight, late touchdown or need a convenient spot for a business meeting, these airport hotels are worth a reservation.
In the city’s southeast, you’ll find the Barley Belt, nine breweries and one distillery located a few minutes apart and each with a special vibe.
There's tons of live music, the bike paths are epic, you can float on the river and The East Village is where you should hang out.
Your meetings have wrapped and you have time to spare. Here are some suggestions on how to explore three Canadian cities if you're there for work.