Scarboro Digital History Archives

The SCA Digital History Archives offer a portal into the Olmsted-designed community of Scarboro (Calgary, Alberta) – a passageway into material that has accumulated over more than 100 years. 

There are over 400 documents to explore, accompanied by stories and photos. Find out about the Chautauqua house that hosted parties with performers from all over the world. The story of the early Methodist Church where neighbours gathered for spiritual guidance, danced at parties and joined the first sporting clubs. The fight to keep the doors open for Sunalta Elementary School. The discovery of bones on Scarboro Avenue during excavations for city works. The first woman juvenile court judge in Alberta lived in Scarboro. The story of war heroes fallen that will always be remembered…

Browse the SCA Archives by:

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CONTRIBUTE

The stories of community-building in Scarboro can be told from multiple perspectives. We want to hear your story! Your day-to-day experiences, the challenges or triumphs of past family members. Your experience of significant events in Scarboro. Your participation in activities that led to building community and a sense of place. Please help us compile photos, stories, letters, and memorabilia that will help future generations catch a glimpse of what makes this community unique.  

It’s easy to contribute to the SCA archives. Click on link below to upload your comments and/or attachments

Digital Archives Submission



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