300+ days

Canada’s sunniest province
Pack your sunscreen.
Alberta has on average 312 sunny days and up to 18 hours of daylight in the summer.

Brighter Days Ahead

Enjoy life like never before

Shorter commute times and a more affordable cost of living means you can get out, socialize, and experience everything Alberta has to offer.

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Discover: your inner camper
It’s an overhead view of an RV driving down an open road in the beautiful countryside.
Explore Alberta Provincial Parks

Rent an RV and camp out at one of the 91 provincial parks with campgrounds.

02
Discover: nature within your community
A couple of people are paddleboarding on a lake on a warm, sunny day.
Experience Nature Within The City

Grab your paddleboard, kayak, or canoe and float the waterways in and around Edmonton and Calgary.

03
Discover: downhill skiing and snowboarding
A snowboarder is sliding down the mountain slope.
Winter In The Canadian Rockies

Cruise the runs of world-class mountain resorts like Lake Louise Ski Resort, Banff Sunshine Village, Marmot Basin, and more.

Relocation Stories

Making the move

Evelyn recently moved to Calgary from Vancouver. She’s happy about the move and confident that she’s made the right decision.

I wanted to replicate that feeling you get on vacation...
I’ve never been happier.”
Evelyn
Vancouver to Calgary
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Arts & Culture

Explore Alberta

Our province has a rich and diverse art and culture scene worth celebrating. Whether you enjoy paintings and sculptures or food and entertainment, you'll find many opportunities here.

Alberta venues on Canada’s 100 Best
Bars & Restaurants List for 2022

Alberta's food scene may surprise you. Edmonton and Calgary are home to 10 of Canada's 100 Best restaurants and 5 of Canada's top 50 bars.
2 young adults are interacting with the bartender behind the bar counter at Bar Clementine.
Edmonton
Bar Clementine

Ranked the 15th best bar in Canada, Clementine is an elegant bar inspired by nature and early 20th century French Art Nouveau.

A glass of drink with ice is sitting on a wooden table at the Major Tom Bar in Calgary.
Calgary
Major Tom

Ranked the 12th best restaurant in Canada, Major Tom is a rooftop destination with craft cocktails and sweeping city views.

A bartender is mixing drinks at the Little Hong Kong Bar in Edmonton.
Edmonton
Little Hong Kong

Ranked the 23rd best bar in Canada, Little Hong Kong is a secret cocktail bar tucked behind a hidden door.

Photo via Little Hong Kong/Instagram.
A group of young adults are enjoying their food and drinks on a patio at the River Café in Calgary.
Calgary
River Café

Ranked the 10th best restaurant in Canada, River Café is an extraordinary dining experience in a spectacular, riverfront setting.

It’s an overhead view of a hand taking a bite from the table full of food at Baijiu in Edmonton.
Edmonton
Baijiu

Ranked the 23rd best bar in Canada, Baijiu is a bustling Asian-inspired cocktail bar and eatery.

chefs grilling meat skewer
Calgary
Shokunin

Ranked the 22nd best restaurant in Canada and featured on Netflix’s Final Table, Shokunin is a Japanese gastropub offering sushi, sashimi, yakitori, sake, and more.

Photo via Shokunin/Instagram

Soak Up Alberta’s
Arts & Culture

See Alberta from a whole new perspective. Discover our province’s art, culture, and playful personality.
A crowd of people are watching performers at the outdoor Edmonton Heritage Festival.
Hawrelak Park, Edmonton
The Edmonton Heritage Festival

Enjoy the food, art, and culture from 100 countries in one unique outdoor celebration of Canada’s vibrant multicultural heritage.

2 young adults are holding hands while walking through a crosswalk by the Royal Alberta Museum.
Downtown Edmonton
Royal Alberta Museum

Take a journey through millions of years of Alberta’s remarkable stories. A-ha moments await you around every corner of the RAM.

2 young adults are holding hands while experiencing the Indigenous Peoples exhibit in Edmonton.
Fort Edmonton Park
Indigenous Peoples Experience

Explore this immersive exhibit and bring yourself closer to the rich history and culture of our First Nations and Métis Peoples.

It’s a picture of a giant fire-breathing mechanical octopus at the Beakerhead Festival in Calgary.
Century Gardens, Calgary
Beakerhead

Celebrate a smash-up of art, science, and engineering that's delightfully bizarre and innovative. Why? Because creativity is crucial.

2 young adults are sitting on a bench inside the National Music Centre in Calgary.
Studio Bell, Calgary
National Music Centre

Experience the power of music and learn about the story of music in Canada—in one spectacular building.

A crowd of people are enjoying themselves at the outdoor Sled Island Festival in Calgary.
Central Calgary
Sled Island

Jump between venues and discover hundreds of musicians, filmmakers, and comedians during this one-of-a-kind festival.

Hey, new Albertan, what will you do first?

Canada Olympic Park

girl in a yellow helmet about to zipline at canada olympic park

Prince Island Park

3 women laying out a picnic blanket on the grass in prince island park

Cariwest Festival

girl in traditional clothing and head dress, smiling at the camera

Art Gallery of Alberta

two women laughing in front of the art gallery of alberta