Maps

Maps

Calgary is home to over 1.2 million people and nearly one third of these residents were born outside of Canada. Below are links to different online maps which provide information on the diversity in the various regions of our city, and where to find helpful resources.

 

Calgary Map: Wards and Communities

The City of Calgary is divided into 14 Wards.  Each Ward is comprised of multiple communities and represented by a City Councilor. You can find more information about your Ward, its communities, and City Councilor on the City of Calgary’s Wards and Communities Map. The City of Calgary also provides Ward Profiles which include information on the demographics of each Ward based on the Census of Canada data.  Community profiles are also available from the Calgary Community Social Statistic Profiles page.
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Newcomer Maps

The City of Calgary has a wide range of maps available on their website.  These maps provide information on a variety of topics from what Languages are spoken throughout the city, to where to find different social programs and services around town, to public transportation maps. See the City of Calgary Maps Here
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211 Alberta

211 Alberta – Links to settlement services for newcomers including employment programs, language training, interpretation services, etc., 211 Alberta is a directory of community, government and social service agencies in the province. A directory of community, social, health and government services. This will help you and your church locate services for: Aboriginal peoples, child and family, youth, employment and training, homelessness and much more. UReach’s desire is to see Christians and Churches engage in and bringing transformative change to individuals and the larger community; we trust resources such as this will be a helpful resource.
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