American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- The largest city of Alberta, Canada, in the southern part south of Edmonton. Site of the annual Calgary Stampede, a famous rodeo dating from 1912, it is the largest city in the province and the center of Canada's petroleum industry. The 1988 Winter Olympics were held here. Population: 988,000.
- n. the largest city in southern Alberta; an oil and gas center and a technology center for Alberta and most of western Canada
“CALGARY - A new gopher-killing tool called the Rodenator is behind a massive grass fire that threatened several homes just west of Calgary on the Easter weekend.”
“Rich's celebration of life will be held at SOUTH CALGARY FUNERAL CENTRE, 12700 Macleod Trail South, Calgary, AB (corner of Macleod Trail and Lake Fraser Gate) on Saturday, February 18, 2006 at 1: 00 p.m.”
“CALGARY - A young boy has fallen to his death from an apartment building in Calgary.”
“CALGARY - Calgary police have laid charges against nine people in connection with Tuesday's”
“CALGARY - After falling victim to scam artists promising a charter bus ride to London, a Calgary couple left stranded in Rome by the Icelandic volcano eruption are worried they'll no longer be able to afford to get home.”
“CALGARY - Charges have been laid against two men after a serious assault in Calgary left a man in his 20s fighting for his life.”
“CALGARY - A Calgary woman is pleading with Prime Minister Stephen Harper to help her bring her 12-year-old son home to Canada.”
“CALGARY - John Hufnagel will not tolerate any off-day trash talking by the Calgary”
“CALGARY - Calgary police said Monday they are investigating two more cases of food tampering, bringing the total number of the troubling incidents to 13 since January.”
“CALGARY - Lufthansa's daily flight between Calgary and Frankfurt will remain cancelled at least until Tuesday this week, says a spokesperson with the German airline.”
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