Which one is better to live in – Calgary or Edmonton? Why?

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Which one is better to live in – Calgary or Edmonton? Why?

Do you feel like a big city slicker or a small town girl? Edmonton or Calgary – which one is better to live in? Both cities have their pros and cons, but when it comes down to it, we think Calgary takes the cake. Read on to find out why!

Calgary and Edmonton are the 2 biggest cities in Alberta, Canada. The question is which one is better to live in, Calgary or Edmonton? Why?

 

It is difficult to say which city is better to live in, as it ultimately depends on an individual’s personal preferences and priorities. Both Calgary and Edmonton have their own unique features and attractions, and which city is better for you will depend on what you are looking for in a place to live.

Here are some factors to consider when deciding between Calgary and Edmonton:

  • Location: Calgary is located in southern Alberta, near the Rocky Mountains, while Edmonton is located in central Alberta. This can be a factor to consider if you enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking and skiing, or if you prefer a more urban environment.

  • Cost of living: Both Calgary and Edmonton have a relatively low cost of living compared to other major cities in Canada. However, Calgary tends to be more expensive than Edmonton, particularly in terms of housing costs.

  • Employment: Both cities have strong economies and a diverse range of industries, including oil and gas, healthcare, and technology. Unemployment rates in both cities are generally low.

  • Climate: Calgary and Edmonton both have cold winters and warm summers, with Calgary generally experiencing cooler temperatures and more snowfall.

Ultimately, the decision of which city is better to live in will depend on your personal circumstances and what you are looking for in a place to call home. It may be helpful to research and compare the two cities in more detail to determine which one is a better fit for you.

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What are the pros and cons of Calgary vs Edmonton.




As someone who has lived in both cities for more than 3 years and is still living in Calgary:

  1. Weather: you have more sunshine and less harsh winter in Calgary with occasional positive temperature in the middle of the winter because of the Chinook winds: Calgary wins
  2. Cost of life: Edmonton rent, home ownership, food, clothing is slightly cheaper than same items in Calgary: Edmonton wins
  3. Job Opportunities: more blue collar jobs in Edmonton, more white collar jobs in Calgary: tie
  4. Education: Edmonton has one of the top university in Canada called University of Alberta. University of Calgary has a first class business school called Hayskane school of business. Edmonton wins.
  5. City’s architecture: Calgary seems newer, nicely architected and just more beautiful to me by far: Calgary wins
  6. People: just the same to me, no difference: tie
  7. Size and population: Calgary (1.3 million people, 825 km2) is larger and have more people than Edmonton (1 million people, 684 km2): I won’t call this a win
  8. Mountains and lakes : Banff National Park, Lake Louise, Jasper National Park, Waterton Lakes National Park, are all closer to Calgary than Edmonton.  Calgary is 1 hour from Banff, and day trips to the mountains are very common. Edmonton is 4 hours from Jasper, and trips to the mountains are more of a long weekend activity: Calgary Wins
  9. Summer festivities: Both cities have great and similar festivals, but Calgary hosts the greatest western festival on earth in July called the Stampede. Sylvan Lake is halfway between Calgary and Edmonton. Calgary wins.
  10. Sunshine: Calgary has way more sunshine that Edmonton. In fact, Calgary is amongst the top city with sunshine exposure in the entire country. Sunshine is happiness. Calgary wins.
  11. Politics: Both cities are economically conservative. Edmonton is a little bit more socially liberal than Calgary. Who cares? Tie.
  12. Sports: Flames(NHL)and Stampeders(CFL)in Calgary, Oiler(NHL) and Eskimos(CFL) in Edmonton. Several amateur leagues, indoor and outdoor facilities for soccer, hockey, basketball, football and baseball in both cities; ShowUpAndPlay in Calgary, ShowUpAndPlay in Edmonton : Tie
  13. Bars and Pubs: Cowboys in Calgary, Black dog free house in Edmonton are the most populars. Cowboy culture in both cities but not violent, no guns. Tie ( The 10 Best Nightclubs in Calgary , The Best Nightlife in Edmonton – TripAdvisor )
  14. Downton: See Calgary Downtown inRealTimeNow.com. See Edmonton inRealTimeNow.com They are both vibrant and Nice: Tie
  15. Cleanliness: Calgary is one of the cleanness cities in the world. I am in awe myself whenever I walk downtown and in my neighbourhood of Walden. Calgary wins by far.
  16. FestivalsCalgary Stampede is unique and a must see in North America. Interstellar Rodeo Festival , Fringe, Jazz Fest, Folk Fest in Edmonton: Calgary wins.
  17. Public Transit: Calgary C-Train has 3 lines and covers all 4 quadrants of the city(NW, SW,SE,NE) with multiple park and rides location at various C-Train stations. There are buses in almost every neighborhoods in Calgary connecting you to the nearest C-Train station. Edmonton Transit Services (ETS) provides service on buses and light-rail transit within the City of Edmonton limits, in addition to Fort Saskatchewan, Spruce Grove, Beaumont, and the Edmonton Garrison at Namao. It also provides connections to suburban transit services. Calgary Wins.

With all that in mind, I’ll choose Calgary any day.

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  • Crown wants judge removed from child abuse cases involving youth advocacy centre
    by /u/GoShogun (Calgary: Onward) on April 18, 2024 at 3:43 pm

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  • Looking for Irish dancing classes for adults
    by /u/Blusaphire3 (Calgary: Onward) on April 18, 2024 at 3:17 pm

    Hello Calgary! Does anyone know of any Irish Dancing schools that has adult classes? I've been on the search ,but I just thought I'd post here to see if anyone has any recommendations. Thank you 😊 submitted by /u/Blusaphire3 [link] [comments]

  • Alberta to provide first update of 2024 wildfire season
    by /u/EcityLights (Stories from in and about Edmonton) on April 18, 2024 at 3:07 pm

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  • Edmonton Public Schools faces financial shortfall
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  • A decade later: Calgary didn't turn into a Canadian Detroit
    by /u/wulf_rk (Calgary: Onward) on April 18, 2024 at 1:02 pm

    This was an article published 10 years ago. If you weren't in Calgary then, there was a recurring trope that Calgary would become the next Detroit. This article was by no means alone, it just represents a theme that was in the air then. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/this-canadian-city-could-be-the-next-detroit/article15820368/?service=mobile&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=Referrer%253A+Social+Network+%252F+Media&utm_campaign=Shared+Web+Article+Links I didn't believe it then, and we can see, a decade later that it didn't happen. In fact, quite the opposite. submitted by /u/wulf_rk [link] [comments]

  • Rundle station shelter this morning 4:45am
    by /u/kjdking (Calgary: Onward) on April 18, 2024 at 11:10 am

    I'm ok with homeless using the shelters to stay warm, I get it, but the mess they leave .. and starting a fire in there...WTF (made sure no faces showing so this post won't get taken down) submitted by /u/kjdking [link] [comments]

  • River Valley Cleanup in Dawson Park Area
    by /u/Snoo-42111 (Stories from in and about Edmonton) on April 18, 2024 at 5:45 am

    I saw a bunch of these posters up while on a walk this afternoon, thought I'd share for anyone else who wants to get involved. This is in Riverdale/near Dawson Park, and if you struggle to read from the pic, it's happening this Saturday April 20th at 10am. Anyone know who organized this? A few community members, students, or a specific organization? It's a great opportunity to care for our environment and build community, so I hope it goes well. (If this is your event and you don't want it on Reddit please say so) submitted by /u/Snoo-42111 [link] [comments]

  • Hey all, quick question about addiction treatment
    by /u/vyvanse_abuser (Stories from in and about Edmonton) on April 18, 2024 at 2:29 am

    Sorry in advance if this isn't allowed here. I need advice on how to get accepted into rehab for substance/alcohol abuse, it's at a point where if I don't deal with it soon I'm going to end up dead. I went one time to henwood but didn't stay long cause I "Didn't need it" and clearly I was wrong haha. I've been trainwrecking really hard for a few weeks and I think it's time to seek some help for it but I have no idea where to start or if my healthcare would cover it or anything, when I google it it's just an information overload so if anyone has a number I can call to start or somewhere I can go meet up with somebody I'd greatly appreciate it. EDIT: Thank you guys for all the resources you've provided, I think I know where to start now. I'm probably going to remove the thread in a few minutes but this has been 100x more helpful than Google. EDIT 2: Holy, I did not expect to get this much help so quickly. I can't thank you guys enough. Someone said to leave the post up for someone else who might need it and I think they're right. I'll be getting in touch with a few of these resources when I wake up tomorrow to weigh my options. submitted by /u/vyvanse_abuser [link] [comments]

  • Calgary Grocery Deals (April 18 to 24, 2024)
    by /u/PurpleGeek (Calgary: Onward) on April 18, 2024 at 12:29 am

    Happy Wednesday! This is a continuation of my pattern of posting what I think are decent grocery deals with the hope that this will save some people some money. As noted previously this is heavily skewed to items that I and my family eat. There are probably additional items that are good deals but I don't know it because they aren't items I use but hopefully my list is still useful to you. A few quick reminders: PC Optimum points are collected at No Frills and Superstore. 1,000pts is worth $1. Scene+ points are collected at Safeway, Sobeys and FreshCo. 100pts is worth $1. The value of Save on Foods points depends on what you redeem them for. If you redeem them for a 4L jug of milk then 1,000pts is worth about $1.50. Other redemptions might make them more or less valuable. Superstore, No Frills and FreshCo are generally willing to price match identical products from (some) other major grocery stores if you show them the item in the competitor’s flyer while checking out so knowing what is on sale at stores that you don't visit can still be useful. I'm told that Save on Foods will also price match, though I have no first hand experience with them. There are some restrictions on this... FreshCo won't price match Safeway or Sobeys. Superstore (at least sometimes) won't price match Coop. The No Frills on 85st SW won't price match FreshCo. Finally, thank you to everyone that has posted positive comments. It's always nice to receive positive feedback. No Frills: Ataulfo Mangoes: $0.88 Allen’s apple juice (1L): $0.88 Strawberries (1lb): $2.79 Campell’s Chunky soup: $1.88 Broccoli crowns: $2.49/lb Cosmic Crisp apples (5lb): $6.99 Cucumbers (3-pack): $3.99 No Name flour (10kg): $9.99 Superstore: Lean ground beef (1.1kg): $9.99 (works out to about $4.12/lb) Country Harvest bread: $2.77 Farmer’s Market grape tomatoes (2lb): $5.00 + 100pts per dollar spent, effectively making them $4.50 PC Blue Menu beans, peas or lentils: (900g): $2.99 PC Blue Menu whole grain pasta (375g): $1.99 Calgary Coop: English cucumber: $1.29 Cal & Gary’s frozen fruit (600g): $3.99 Broccoli Crowns: $2.49/lb Tre Stelle Bocconcini (200g): $5.99 + 20% bonus cash, effectively making them $4.80ea Navel oranges: $1.69/lb + 25% bonus cash, effectively making them $1.27/lb FreshCo: Red Mangos and Avocados: $1ea when you buy 5 or more, buy 5 get 100pts effectively making them $0.80ea when you buy 5 Hot house tomatoes: $0.97/lb General Mills cereal (516-778g): $5.47, buy 2 get 200pts, effectively making them $4.47ea when you buy pairs Schneider’s bacon (375g) $3.97 Dempster’s bread: $3.00 when you buy 2 or more Walmart: Romain Lettuce Hearts (3-pack): $2.94 White mushrooms (227g): $1.44 Clover Leaf canned tuna (170g): $0.97 Christie Crackers: $1.97 Safeway / Sobeys: Spend $50, get 500pts (loadable offer) Lay’s potato chips (220-235g): $1.99 (2 days only, April 18 and 19) Dempster’s bread: $3.00 Honeydew Melon: $6.49, buy 1 get 50pts, effectively making them $5.99ea Save on Foods: Pork tenderloin (fresh): $3.88/lb Avocado (bag of 4): $2.99 submitted by /u/PurpleGeek [link] [comments]

  • Why is the healthcare system trying to kill my mother?
    by /u/kaput_corpus (Stories from in and about Edmonton) on April 18, 2024 at 12:15 am

    My mom has two large ovarian cysts. She got diagnosed less than two months ago. The pain is debilitating. She has been off work for weeks, she can do nothing but lay in bed. She has been turned away by three surgeons for being “too urgent” (they don’t have time to take an urgent case?) and “too high risk” (she has a history of abdominal surgeries and scar tissue). Her family doctor and gynecologist both told her to go to the hospital and try to be taken in for emergency surgery. Two weeks ago she went to the Grey Nuns. They sent her home after some tests. Yesterday she spent 24 hours in the Royal Alex. More tests, and they sent her home and told her to call the surgeon she had been previously referred to. Apparently this referral was sent when she was last seen at the Grey Nuns but it “got lost”. She called that surgeon and it’s a 3-4 month wait. Her tests from yesterday show that her cysts are already bleeding, information they withheld before sending her home. I am at a complete loss for what to do. My mom just turned 50, I can’t lose her. Multiple healthcare professionals have told her she “shouldn’t be in this much pain” but no one seems to care that she is. She’s already filed one complaint with the Alberta College of Physicians. Any help that can be given would be great. submitted by /u/kaput_corpus [link] [comments]

  • Closing in on 100 years, CKUA Radio could go dark without cash infusion
    by /u/joe4942 (Calgary: Onward) on April 17, 2024 at 8:58 pm

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  • My two favourite photos I’ve taken of the Calgary Tower
    by /u/YouShouldWatchJojos (Calgary: Onward) on April 17, 2024 at 6:46 pm

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  • Career/Employment Advice & Discussion Thread
    by /u/AutoModerator (Calgary: Onward) on March 5, 2024 at 11:00 am

    Please use this thread to discuss any job/career relevant questions or other information you might have to share with the sub. Know somewhere hiring? Seen something coming up? Job fairs? Placement agency stories? If you're sharing information for a job please include a link/source as well, if available. Our goal is to keep the discussion in one place to better organize /r/Calgary and hopefully find work for someone. Please remember the subreddit rules and reddiquette when commenting. Job posts outside this thread will be removed and directed here. ​ Update your resume - https://reddit.com/r/resumes Search the most popular websites: Indeed - https://ca.indeed.com/m/jobs?l=Calgary%2C+AB Monster - https://www.monster.ca/jobs/l-calgary-ab City of Calgary - https://www.calgary.ca/cfod/hr/careers/career-opportunities.html?redirect=/careers Alberta Jobs Centre - https://www.albertajobcentre.ca/companies Search the Job Bank - https://www jobbank.gc.ca/home ​ Thank you! submitted by /u/AutoModerator [link] [comments]

  • Moving to Calgary Megathread
    by /u/AutoModerator (Calgary: Onward) on February 18, 2024 at 2:51 pm

    Please ask (and answer) any and all questions related to moving to the Calgary area in this thread. Suggested format for submitted information regarding neighbourhoods: Quadrant / Neighborhood you live in Your age (20s,30s,40s,50s etc) Do you have kids? Would you recommend your area for people with kids? How would you rate your area on transit accessibility /10? How would you rate your area on drivability /10? How would you rate the walkability /10? How would you rate the affordability /10? What is your favourite thing about your area? What is your least favourite thing about your area? Any other highlights of your neighbourhood you'd like to share? Previous Megathread: Moving to Calgary Megathread Rental websites: Rentfaster, Kijiji, Other Options Real Estate: Realtor.ca, ReMax, Royal LePage, RealEstate403, Housing information via CREB Jobs: r/Calgary career and employment thread Neighborhood information: Calgary Police Crime Heat Map, Map, Communities by Quadrant w/ Info submitted by /u/AutoModerator [link] [comments]

  • Moving to Edmonton Megathread 2024
    by /u/jstock14 (Stories from in and about Edmonton) on January 9, 2024 at 7:28 pm

    By popular demand, this topic has been turned into a megathread. Any posts on the subject matter outside of the megathread may be removed at the discretion of the moderators. Within this thread please ask questions about moving to Edmonton (or within Edmonton, if you already live here), including recommendations for housing and neighbourhood selections. If you live in Edmonton, consider answering the questions. submitted by /u/jstock14 [link] [comments]

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