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Skyline view, Calgary, Alberta
Calgary has all the benefits of a large metropolitan and sophisticated centre enjoyed in a relaxed and friendly lifestyle typical of Calgary's legendary western hospitality. It has Canada's youngest and most highly educated population
Its reputation as Canada's Energy Capital stems from its thriving oil and gas industry and from the energy and enthusiasm of its business community. In the period 2000-2004, the region experienced an average annual population growth higher than any other city in Canada.
Calgary is Canada's number one economic performer, it is home to a diverse array of industries, including the energy, finance, manufacturing, transportation, technology, film and creative industry sectors, and its employment rate and per capita income are ahead of the Canadian national average.
SOURCE: Calgary Downtown Association - www.downtowncalgary.com, courtesy of Canadian Tourism Commission.
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