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Cal·ga·ry

 (kăl′gə-rē)
A city of southern Alberta, Canada, south of Edmonton. It grew with the development of the cattle industry in the late 1800s and later became the center of Canada's petroleum industry.

Cal·gar′i·an (-gâr′ē-ən, -găr′-) n.

Calgary

(ˈkælɡərɪ)
n
(Placename) a city in Canada, in S Alberta: centre of a large agricultural region; oilfields. Pop: 879 277 (2001)

Cal•ga•ry

(ˈkæl gə ri)

n.
a city in S Alberta, in SW Canada. 710,677.
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Noun1.Calgary - the largest city in southern Alberta; an oil and gas center and a technology center for Alberta and most of western Canada
Alberta - one of the three prairie provinces in western Canada; rich in oil and natural gas and minerals
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While Calgarians participate in celebrations of First Nations, Metis and Inuit culture, their understanding and appreciation could go deeper, says McLandress.
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They aren't even in the debate because their positions are seen by many Calgarians as repugnant.
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Imagine if Calgarians were reminded of 2013's Great Flood when gassing up, if only to drive home the fact that relentless fuel comsumption is linked to the hyperactive weather and excessive glacial melt that spilled the city's rivers.