It’s official Canada- you howled, growled, and voted for the grey wolf as Canada’s Greatest Animal!!
After weeks of voting for the #GreatestCdnAnimal, and featuring each of our fantastic “Eh Team” candidates, it’s finally time to talk about that dam beaver! Is the OG lumberjack still the best representative of Canada’s wildlife?
The race for Canada’s Greatest Animal is heating up! Not physically because, well, Canada, but the battle for a winning candidate is really getting wild. Can’t decide who to vote for? Join us for a debate this Saturday!
Choosing Canada’s Greatest Animal is a tough mountain to climb, but voting for goat could be a sure-footed way to pick a winner!
The country is whooping it up for this towering candidate for “Canada’s Greatest Animal!”
It’s time for Easter Eggstravaganza, a classic two days of springtime fun at the Calgary Zoo.
Join us April 14 and 15, when kids of all ages can explore, create, and learn. This year we looked close to home for our inspiration — the Eggstravaganza is packed with local organizations who want to help us celebrate with face painting, bunny races, cookie decorating and more!
Hop to it! We’ve packed these two days with all the Easter fun your family can find.
No surprise here- the grizzly bear is one big candidate in the running for “Canada’s Greatest Animal.”
Are you hearing the call of the wild? That howl is the distinctive voice of the wolf, a species that values strong social bonds and teamwork. Is the dashing grey wolf up to the challenge of being “Canada’s Greatest Animal?”
The national animal of Canada has been the beaver since 1975. For years the determined rodent has represented Canuck history and a resilient attitude. Sure they’re tough, and can flash a great set of teeth, but is this truly the ambassador that modern Canadians are looking for?
As Canada celebrates our 150 birthday, it’s time to take a look at who represents the people of this great nation. A movement is growing- citizens looking for the national animal that represents the mature and diverse country that Canada has become. With a little flexing of our democratic muscles, constituents can finally crown “Canada’s Greatest Animal.”