Calgary Wall Map - Street Detail - Large
A large wall map of Calgary and area showing street details comes with clearly marked landmarks, government buildings, corporate offices, schools, parks, tourist sports, churches, important routes, streets, highways, and more. An inset of the Calgary Downtown map provides a closer view of the city’s primary centre of the economy. The map comes with a legend panel that displays all the symbols and signs used on the map for referential purpose. From primary and secondary roads, provincial highways, motorways, golf course, playground, museum, factory, apartments, rail stations, city boundaries and more.
The city situated in the Canadian province of Alberta is at the confluence of the Bow River and the Elbow River in the south of the province, in an area of foothills and prairie, about 80 km east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies.
The economy of the Canadian city was majorly contributed by activities involving energy, financial services, film and television, transportation and logistics, technology, manufacturing, aerospace, health and wellness, retail, and tourism sectors.
The Calgary census metropolitan area also had the highest number of millionaires per capita of any major city in Canada, and it is also home to the second-highest number of corporate head offices in Canada. The city is consistently named for its high quality of life and is even ranked the fourth most liveable city in the world.
Landmarks and Buildings
Arts Commons, Burns Building, Calgary Tower, Chinese Cultural Centre, City Hall, Fort Calgary, National Music Centre, Stephen Avenue, Prince’s Island Park, The Bow, Confederation Park, Foothills Stadium, Market Mall, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, etc.
Population and Ethnicity
Calgary’s population was 1,239,220 as per the 2016 census, which made it the largest city in Alberta and also recognized it as Canada’s third-largest municipality. The year also deduced a metropolitan population of 1,392,602, which made it the fourth-largest census metropolitan area in Canada. The population reached 1,267,344 as per the 2018 municipal census.
59.5% of Calgary's population was of European origin, 4% was of Aboriginal heritage, and 36.2% of the population belonged to a visible minority. The British, German, Irish, French, and Ukrainian were the most frequently reported ethnic backgrounds in the region. Among visible minorities, the South Asians made up the largest group (9.5%), followed by Chinese (6.8%) and Filipinos (5.5%). 5.4% were of African or Caribbean origin, 3.5% was of West Asian or Middle-Eastern origin, while 2.6% of the population was of Latin American origin.
About the publisher: Lucidmap
Lucidmap offers high-quality interactive, GIS, and web mapping solutions for multi-user enterprise environments, and also provides services pertaining to public transit mapping, custom-mapping services and GIS care. Lucidmap publishes and sells wall maps, recreational maps, atlases, map books, printed maps in cities covering North America.
Calgary Transportation and Logistics
Calgary is considered as the gateway to regional and global markets. The region is home to a number of commercial and logistics clusters with close to 5,000 transportation and logistics businesses. This critical mass of freight, transportation and distribution activity makes Calgary an attractive market that continues to see strong investment.
The city has seen recent investments in transportation and logistics department. Moreover, the level of investment in distribution and warehouse facilities has been higher in the Calgary region than any other Western Canadian city.
Calgary effectively serves global markets as it has one of Canada's busiest airports, major highways north-south and east-west, two of North America's Class 1 railroads, and efficient access to all open ports.
YYC Calgary International Airport is one of Canada's best-connected airports, providing flights to 80 non-stops destinations and welcoming more than 15.7 million passengers in 2016.
Calgary is home to both Canadian Class I railroads - Canadian Pacific Railway and CN Rail. Both railroads offer carload and intermodal services, with efficient connectivity through the U.S. and Mexico.
Calgary’s central location in Western Canada has access to national highway systems and proximity to the U.S. border expedites transportation from Calgary throughout North America and into Mexico.Click here to buy more Calgary city map or Alberta map with cities
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