Alberta is known for some incredible buildings, communities, and developments – but few are as historic as Taza, a Tsuut’ina project just outside of Calgary.

At 1,200 acres, this 10 km multi-use space is on its way to becoming the largest indigenous-led development not just in Canada, but all of North America.

With Costco already up and running, the first phase is well underway but they’ve got a long way to go!

In addition to the big box store, they will also have a Metro Ford, residential buildings, a smart farm, and an entertainment complex, as well as ‘The Shops at Buffalo Run,’ which is slated to open in the fall of 2022.

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A true expression of Tsuut’ina wisdom and values (honoring mother earth, culture, language, and traditions) this incredible feat will not only be a great place to shop, support local and grab a bite to eat – it’ll be a great place to take a walk as well!

Here, guests can take a leisurely stroll along the Mattamy trail – one of the largest pathway systems in the world.

“Humanity is built on connection; with community, with our environment, with our culture, and with our roots,” they said in a press release.


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“Taza offers unprecedented connections with nature and serves as a doorway between The Nation, her urban neighbors, and any visitor who is eager to engage more meaningfully with the Tsuut’ina. Together, we are creating change powerful enough to realize true prosperity.”

As always, we’ll keep you updated as new information is released, but definitely keep an eye on this one, Calgary.

When all is said, done, and built – Taza on Tsuut’ina nation is going to be one impressive spot.