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City Hall Wall of Windows

Have a look through windows that are a glimpse into Calgary's real soul. The Wall of Windows at the City Hall LRT platform captures the vibrant and creative nature of our great city for Calgarians and visitors alike. 

A new way to see Calgary

These distinct and dynamic window displays provide an excellent sharing space for Calgary events, volunteers, art and even your tweets and photos. Have an idea about what you want to see on the Wall of Windows? Let us know about it in the comment section below.

Calgary places and spaces

What's your favourite park bench, building or activity? Grab your camera and share it with the YYCPhoto group on Flickr so everyone can enjoy it. Read about the photographers currently featured on the Wall of Windows.

Ever wondered what your favourite Calgary place looked like years ago? Check out the amazing before-and-after images of iconic areas in the city.

Celebrate together

With the centennial celebrations of the Calgary Stampede, Calgary Public Library and The City of Calgary Recreation, it's easy to see why Calgary is the 2012 Culture Capital of Canada.

Join the conversation

See what others are saying about their Calgary faves. Better yet, follow @cityofcalgary and Tweet your top Calgary place or thing to do to #myYYC and become part of the conversation.

Get inspired

How are others seeing your city? Take a look at the words of art created by young Calgarians from the City Hall School, Nature School at the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, and the EnCana EcoAction School.

Be there

Don't miss a moment of the fun. In just one quick look, you'll discover what's happening with the numerous Calgary events that are adding excitement in every corner of Calgary.

Get involved

Calgary is renowned for its community spirit and volunteers. If you would like to volunteer, check out our volunteer page to see what opportunities are out there.

The Wall of windows is currently part of a pilot project. The project will determine how this dynamic, innovative and unique space can be best used as a way for The City and Calgarians to share and communicate.

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