<!-- Infobox begins --> <!-- Infobox ends -->Calgary's Chinatown is the fourth largest in Canada after those in Vancouver,Toronto, and Montreal. The size of Calgary's Chinatown is indicative of the relatively high proportion of people of Asian descent living in the city.
The area along Centre Street north of downtown and continuing for several blocks is also very Asian-influenced and is often thought of as the city's second Chinatown. International Avenue is also a major multi-ethnic centre in the city's southeast with considerable Asian influence.
Chinatown Calgary Celebrates 100 YearsIn 2010, Calgary’s Chinatown community celebrates 100 years of challenge, growth and prosperity on its way to becoming Canada’s third largest Chinese community by population and its largest in area. But 100 years marks only the time since Chinatown settled in its permanent home in Calgary. Its actual history dates back to the mid-19th century when the struggles for... Read More