Join Walking with Our Sisters on March 24 at Fort Calgary for an evening of food, entertainment and more to support the work of the organization as they bring awareness to the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women of Canada.
The authentic history of Calgary is right here. Whether from Calgary, or from afar, we look forward to sharing our story with you.
Join us for the best brunch in town, with fresh, local ingredients, and complimentary access to the museum.
Fort Calgary National Historic Site is the birthplace of the city of Calgary, where in 1875, the North West Mounted Police built a fort at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers. This site is known as Mohkinsstis in Blackfoot, and here in Treaty 7 territory, we continue to walk in the footsteps of our Indigenous and non-Indigenous ancestors in a spirit of cross-cultural sharing.
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Fort Calgary is moving forward and continuing to shape the way we live, learn and grow. It is not only a physical restoration, but a cultural one too.