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I will continue to research and look for the pro's and con's. The more I read about Calgary, the more it looks like the better of the two cities.Vancouver has a lot of posts and articles about the loneliness and 'aloofness' (akin to the Seattle freeze) of people, even by reading user comments you can see this is a widespread issue among it's residents. The biggest complaint is that we don't have defined seasons. It can but often we go from Winter weather - straight to Summerish weather. I've lived in Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Toronto, Seattle and have visited Vancouver many times.Launched in 2007, CYP is a vibrant network for emerging leaders to acquire the skills to advance their career.LOT is a mentorship program that connects top post-secondary students with leading industry professionals.In addition to its unique design ,the theatre was renovated to include a state-of-the-art sound, lighting and video as well as enough band width to host fully integrated multimedia events.

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I never found this to be a problem in Calgary, it always seemed like a friendly place. I love Vancouver, but I think if you are looking for somewhere to settle long term that Calgary is the best option.

I will continue to research and look for the pro's and con's. The proximity to Canmore and Banff is very nice and there are many local parks as well. I am now living in So Cal (I earned it after 2 years in Edmonton) and making less money than I did in Canada, especially after taxes.

Vancouver has a lot of posts and articles about the loneliness and 'aloofness' (akin to the Seattle freeze) of people, even by reading user comments you can see this is a widespread issue among it's residents.

I never found this to be a problem in Calgary, it always seemed like a friendly place.

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