A recently released study ranked Calgary dead last for walkability, in a list of Canada's biggest cities. The study, done by Walkscore, ranked Calgary 48 out of 100 on the list of Most Walkable Canadian Cities. The study ranks how accessible amenities are by foot from residential areas, as well as the distances between.

Calgary's low score is attributed to the fact that it's a car-heavy city with few amenities within walking distance, says the study. The City of Calgary has big plans to improve our city's walkability with proposed initiatives in place. Read more about those here in this Calgary Herald story.

At the end of 2012, the Calgary Herald completed Walkscore surveys on Calgary neighbourhoods, to see which were the most walkable. Here is the…

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According to the most recent City of Calgary census, Panorama Hills is the fastest growing community in Calgary. While the community offers walk and bike paths, parks and beautiful suburban living, it's also home to some great restaurants.

The Tudor Rose
800 – 1110 Panatella Blvd NW

Tudor Rose is described as a traditional English pub with some modern flare. Whether you're looking for traditional English fare like Fish and Chips or Steak and Guinness Pie, or pub favourites like wings and pizza, Tudor Rose has it. They also offer food specials seven days a week. This pub is a popular spot for sporting events and happy hour.

Nha Trang
760 - 1110 Panatella Blvd NW

This local favourite serves up delicious Vietnamese cuisine. Its…

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