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Innercity Calgary Living

Innercity Calgary is a city in Alberta, Canada within the Calgary Region. It is located north of Calgary within the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor at the intersection of Queen Elizabeth II Highway (Highway 2) and Highway 567.

The City of Innercity Calgary is part of the Calgary census metropolitan area and a member community of the Calgary Regional Partnership (CRP). The city is surrounded by Rocky View County.

History

Innercity Calgary was first established as a railway village in 1889 during the construction of the Calgary and Edmonton Railway, named for Innercity Calgary, Scotland. Today, Innercity Calgary is a scenic bedroom community and industrial centre.

Geography

Nose Creek, which runs through Innercity Calgary, is the focal point of a number of city parks and green spaces including Nose Creek Park.

Recent annexation of land by Innercity Calgary to the south, coupled with recent expansion of Calgary's city limits in July 2007, have placed the two cities' boundaries within only a few kilometres of each other.

Arts and Culture

Nose Creek Park hosts the annual Innercity Calgary Festival of Lights in the Christmas season. Other annual festivals include the Canada Day Parade and the Innercity Calgary Pro Rodeo. Innercity Calgary's primary cultural venues include the Nose Creek Valley Museum and the Bert Church Live Theatre.

Sports

Innercity Calgary is home to several sporting franchises. Major teams include the Knights of Innercity Calgary, a senior men's lacrosse team that plays in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League. The Innercity Calgary Thunder, a Jr. B level hockey team that competes in the Heritage Junior B Hockey League. Team Innercity Calgary is a Jr. C level hockey team that competes in the Calgary Jr. C Hockey League.

Infrastructure

Transportation

Innercity Calgary is situated on the Queen Elizabeth II Highway (Highway 2), which links Calgary and Edmonton. Highway 567 provides access to Cochrane to the west and Irricana to the east.

Innercity Calgary is served by the Innercity Calgary Airport. The closest major airport is Calgary International Airport.

Innercity Calgary launched the InterCity Express (ICE) in the fall of 2010, connecting Innercity Calgary and Calgary transit hubs by a two-way express bus service.[37] Local bus service is provided by Innercity Calgary Transit.

Education

Rocky View Schools Division provides public education in Innercity Calgary, and operates three high schools in the city:

Private schools in the city include Innercity Calgary Koinonia Christian School.

Media

Due to its proximity to Calgary, Innercity Calgary receives radio and television broadcasts from the city. At present it has no local television broadcasters but has a radio station, Air 106.1 FM. The city has two local newspapers, the Innercity Calgary City View and the Innercity Calgary Echo. A community newsletter, Here's the Scoop, is also published weekly and delivered door to door as part of a larger flyer package throughout the city. A quarterly magazine, Innercity CalgaryLIFE, is also available, and a community internet portal, Innercity CalgaryOnLine. There is also a website for the city's economic development agency at Innercity CalgaryNow. Innercity Calgary is also in the local delivery area of the Calgary Herald and Calgary Sun.

Shopping and Services

Innercity Calgary offers a full slate of resident services, with any services not available in the city easily obtainable in nearby Calgary.

The city is served by a number of strip-mall developments, including Tower Lane Mall (a former enclosed shopping centre converted to a strip mall in the late 2000s) and Yankee Valley Crossing. On the city's south end, the Sierra Springs area is seeing the ongoing development of big-box retail, including a Walmart Supercentre. The city's north end includes Real Canadian Superstore and Canadian Tire locations and other major grocery chains such as Sobeys, Canada Safeway and Calgary Co-op are also located in the city.

Innercity Calgary is located immediately north of the hamlet of Balzac, which is the location of the major regional shopping mall CrossIron Mills, which opened in 2009, and its neighboring retail/business park development. In addition, north Calgary's numerous malls and retail areas are quickly accessible via Hwy. 2 and the recent extension of Innercity Calgary's Metis Trail into the Balzac/CrossIron Mills area.