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Canadian Ports: Introduction to the Port of Calgary

Calgary Port Map

The location of the Port of Calgary is shown on the map.

Calgary (calgary) geographical longitude: -114.0708459, latitude: 51.0486151. One of the major ports on the Canada Line

Calgary, also known as Calgary, is the fourth largest city in Canada[1]. It is a city located in the Rocky Mountains of southern Alberta, Canada, with an area of ​​825.3㎞² and an altitude of approximately 1048 meters. It is the economic, financial, and cultural center of Alberta. The word Calgary means "clear flowing water". It was originally a ranch. Oil and natural gas were discovered in the 20th century, and the economy developed rapidly. Many oil companies in the world, including China (CNPC, Sinopec and CNOOC), have permanent offices here. Many energy companies have their Canadian headquarters here. Therefore, Calgary is the energy center of Canada and the second largest in North America. Energy Center. Calgary ranks first in Canada in the number of Fortune 500 companies per capita.

Calgary is an important shipping port in Canada. There are 165 ports in Canada, including 12 major ports, namely: Calgary (calgary), Montreal (montreal, qc), Port Rupert ( prince rupert), vancouver, bc, winnipeg, halifax, toronto, on, edmonton, ottawa, on Regina (regina), saskatoon (saskatoon), hamilton (hamilton, on) port.

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