Confederation Park

Previously known as the North Hill Coulee, Confederation Park has become a staple in many Calgarian's lives. Not only are there plenty of pathways and climbing structures to explore, but the park also hosts a number of events throughout the year, such as Remembrance Day ceremonies and Canada Day celebrations. 

In 1967 when the park first opened, a time capsule was buried. 50 years later, on Canada Day in 2017, Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi opened up the time capsule to reveal old coins and newspapers. This moment was such a beautiful reminder of how connected we all are to Calgarians of the past; and the future, since a new time capsule will be buried soon! What do you think they should include?

Learn more about what you can find at this beautiful park by visiting its webpage here!

(Photo Courtesy of The Calgary Herald)