Shopping Areas

Shopping Areas

Calgary has a number of walkable shopping districts with boutiques, quaint shops, chic fashions and numerous hidden treasures waiting to be found. Areas to check out include:

  • Downtown Calgary has a number of great shopping centres and  3,000 individual businesses in a 120-block area
  • Fourth Street in Mission has been called the “living room of the community” and has several home décor and fashion stores
  • Inglewood is a historic community with local boutiques, design stores and antiques 
  • International Avenue is Calgary's culinary and cultural capital with diverse range of restaurants to choose from
  • Kensington is an inner-city shopping district lined with hip stores and cafés
  • Marda Loop is an area in southwest Calgary with over 130 businesses and services
  • 17th Avenue is Calgary's retail and entertainment district
  • Victoria Park is an up-and-coming revitalized shopping area south of downtown core

To keep up to date with where to shop in Calgary, check out Avenue Magazine

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Markets

Overview

Calgary loves its farmers’ markets, with crowds regularly storming venues for fresh local produce on weekends. Food isn’t all that’s available though - there are all kinds of surprises to be found at the region’s markets.

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Shopping Malls

Shopping Malls

There is a major shopping mall in every quadrant of Calgary, with some providing hundreds of stores and services.

The city’s premier shopping malls include:

  • Chinook Centre - Over 250 stores, including three major department stores and one of North America’s busiest movie theatres
  • CrossIron Mills - The largest single-level shopping centre in Alberta with more than 200 specialty stores and premium brand outlets
  • Deerfoot City - Currently under redevelopment, shoppers will be able to enjoy over 1.1 million square feet of retail when it's finished
  • The Core / TD Square / Holt Renfrew - Downtown’s interconnected web of indoor malls

But that's not all, there are many other malls in the city:

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