Altadore is a residential community located, between the Crowchild Trail and 14 Street in southwest Calgary, Alberta. It was established in 1945 and borders the River Park, one of the best Parks in Calgary on the Elbow River.



Britannia community was detached from Calgary City back in 1910, but it was until late 1950s that serious developments were recorded in the neighborhood. The ancient British culture is still evident, from the architecturally designed homes to the street names such as Coronation Drive, Elizabeth Road and Edinburgh Boulevard.


Eagle Ridge

Eagle Ridge is located southwest of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, only a few minutes’ drive from the city center. It is a small but amazing residential community bounded by Glenmore Trail to the north, Heritage Drive to the south, 14th Street W to the east and sits nestled on Glenmore Reservoir’s eastern shore, which is arguably one of the finest recreation places in the city.


Green Heaven

Green Haven is an upcoming community that is truly heavenly. Located in the heart of Alberta foothills on the Northwest corner of 48th Street East and 370th Avenue in Foothills Municipality, the estate offers current and future homeowners a breathtaking backdrop and very close proximity to essential amenities.


Mount Royal

Located in southern Calgary along the Elbow River, Upper Mount Royal community is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Calgary.  It is separated from Lower Mount Royal by an escarpment running along Royal and Cameron. Originally, this community was known as the American Hill due to its high population of well-heeled Americans.



Parkdale is one of the best Calgary’s inner neighborhoods situated on its northwest quadrant, along Bow River’s bank and sandwiched between Point McKay and West Hillhurst. It was annexed from the city back in 1910, but it was until after the Second World War, in 1948 that serious developments were undertaken.


Pump Hill

Perched on the south-west quadrant of Calgary, Pump Hill is a quiet and affluent community that was developed way back in 1967 under Palliser but became an independent community in 1991. The name is borrowed from a windmill that used to pump water to the original owners of the land.


Worldwide WOW Photo Contest

CPC Elevate would like to thank this years sponsors including; our cash grand prize sponsor National Captioning Canada, our very generous media sponsors Avenue Magazine, Westjet Magazine and Photolife Magazine, and prize sponsors The Camera Store. In addition, we would like to thank all of you photographers out there who entered previous WOW contests and are looking forward to the 2016 contest. All of your help is in support of The Canadian Women’s Foundation and we couldn’t have done it without you.

This year’s contest closed on April 10th, 2016, and judging will occur before the end of April 2016. All winners have been notified via email and the winning photographs will be added to our website.  In addition to the cash and gift card prizes, winners will have their photo featured by Photolife Magazine.

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