About the Calgary Region

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About the Calgary Regional Partnership

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Why Calgary Region

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Working with Calgary

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Transportation, Supply Chain & Logistics

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About the Calgary Regional Partnership

The Calgary Regional Partnership (CRP) is a collaborative network of 14 municipalities in the Calgary Region that work together to ensure growth occurs in a sustainable manner.

We are the only voluntary regional organization of municipalities in Canada, and collectively we represent more than 1.2 million people.

The Partnership is preparing the Region for the more than 1.8 million people expected to arrive over the next 60 years.  We want to answer the following questions as a result of that growth:

  • Where will they live?
  • How will they move around?
  • Will there be enough water?
  • What type of jobs will they have?

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The Calgary Regional Partnership (CRP) is a collaborative network of 14 municipalities in the Calgary Region that work together to ensure growth occurs in a sustainable manner.

We are the only voluntary regional organization of municipalities in Canada, and collectively we represent more than 1.2 million people.

The Partnership is preparing the Region for the more than 1.8 million people expected to arrive over the next 60 years.  We want to answer the following questions as a result of that growth:

  • Where will they live?
  • How will they move around?
  • Will there be enough water?
  • What type of jobs will they have?