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Alberta Champions: Who, What and Why?

It has been said that the benchmark of a great city is the quality of its people.
Calgary is an outstanding city, made even greater by the contributions of thousands of volunteers who participate in projects all over the city every year. In fact, these Calgarians are following in the footsteps of past citizens who laid the foundations of this great city.

Some current leaders of the Calgary community saw a challenge in our community around a huge lack of recognition of past community leaders and philanthropists. They have decided it is time we put a face on leaders of the past and honour them appropriately as well.

Alberta Champions Society in Recognition of Community Enrichment was formed to
commemorate, recognize and honour those Calgarians that have made a significant
contribution to the community and the city of Calgary. This will be achieved by
creating “Fields of Fame” around the city as tributes to men and women of the past
who contributed to the Calgary of today.

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Alberta Champions won a Lion Award in the category of Advocacy and Awareness @YYCLionAwards @YYCHeritageAuth Tom McCabe and Pat Christie proudly posing with the award with Mayor Nenshi @nenshi

Alberta Champions wins Lion Award

Alberta Champions won a Lion Award in the category of Advocacy and Awareness @YYCLionAwards @YYCHeritageAuth Tom McCabe and Pat Christie proudly posing with the award with Mayor Nenshi @nenshi

Alberta Champions is delighted to have been announced as a winner at the prestigious Lion Awards Gala presented by the Calgary Heritage Authority on July 28th.

We were awarded the Lion in the area of Advocacy and Awareness.

Everyday Champions

20 Nov 17
Field Of Fame #6: Spruce Meadows

Field of Fame #6: Spruce Meadows

The sixth Field of Fame is located at Spruce Meadows, 18011 Spruce Meadows Way SW. The monuments will be manufactured and installed at Spruce Meadows in late 2018. This Field of…

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