The Calgary Awards

Celebrating the outstanding achievements of Calgarians.


In 1994, The City of Calgary established The Calgary Awards to celebrate and recognize outstanding achievements and contributions made by Calgarians. Each year, individuals, corporations, community groups, and organizations are nominated in five major award categories, for a total of 13 awards.

  • Award for Accessibility
  • City of Calgary W.O Mitchell Book Prize
  • Community Achievement Awards (9 awards)
  • Environmental Achievement Award
  • International Achievement Award

2024 Calgary Awards news

The 30th Annual Calgary Awards nominations open January 3, 2024.

Keep up-to-date on what's happening with the Calgary Awards.

2023 Calgary Awards recipients

Congratulations to the 2023 Calgary Awards recipients! The Awards were presented on June 14, 2023. View the 14 Award recipients and along with photos, biographies and video profiles.

Award categories



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Youth award sponsor 

University of Calgary

Event sponsor 

Oil City Press

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The purpose of The City of Calgary is to make life better every day. To fully realize our purpose, we are committed to addressing racism and other forms of discrimination within our programs, policies, and services and eliminating barriers that impact the lives of Indigenous, Racialized, and other marginalized people. It is expected that participants in City of Calgary programs will behave respectfully and treat everyone with dignity and respect aiming for conversations free from bias and prejudice.