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  • Glenbow MuseumGlenbow Museum Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    The Glenbow Museum is located in Calgary, Canada and is one of the biggest museums in western Canada containing over 20 galleries on 93,000 square feet and more than a million items. In 1966, Eric Harvie donated his impressive and monstrous collection of historical relics to the citizens of Alberta, and the Glenbow-Alberta Institute was started. It is located in downtown Calgary, and manages the Glenbow Museum, which contains not just the museum's collections but also the library, archives and huge art collection. Mavericks, the newest permanent collection at the museum, opened in 2007, and follows the history of the province by visiting a number of influential and colorful people. There are four main collections that include mineralogy, cultural history, military history and ethnology. In the cultural history collection, there are more than 100,000 pieces that came from all over the world, but giving insight about the life of people living in the region during the latter 1800s to the current day. The relics in this collection show how people lived, what they ate, how they worshipped, dressed, ate, how and what they did to relax and how their personal family mementos assisted them in their new homeland. It includes items of pottery, numismatics, textiles, western Canada folk studies, glass and northern explorations. 

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  • Fish Creek Provincial ParkFish Creek Provincial Park Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    The Fish Creek Provincial Park in Calgary, Alberta, Canada is one of the biggest urban wildernesses in the world and contains more than 54 miles of trails that is favored for biking, running and hiking, as well as magnificent scenery of landscapes and animals. The city of Calgary has continued to grow, and today almost all of the park is encompassed by city dwellers and their houses, complexes, stores, restaurants and businesses. On its western border, the territory of the Tsuu T'ina Nation (Sarcee) a First Nation tribe lives, hunts, farms and enjoys the wonderful natural habitations of the region. Fish Creek passes through the park, as well as Bow River; which spreads across the city's width. The park contains paved and unpaved trails that connect the park to the city's huge trail system that lets visitors enjoy day camping, artificial swimming lake and stables. Of the 54 miles of trails, some 19 miles are paved for those that love to bike through the park and enjoy their exercise this way. There is a lot of wildlife living here which is unusual considering it sits in the midst of a huge and growing city, and these include beavers, owls, deer and coyotes. There are numerous picnicking and forest places, with the beach at Sikome Lake being the busiest in the summer and the Bow Valley Ranch allows visitors and others to hold various private and business events.

September 11, 2012