BREAKING NEWS: PRAIRIE’S CRE HORIZONS WILL BRIGHTEN IN 2020

Taza

/Ta-Zah/

noun of Dené origin: Language of the Tsuut’ina
meaning: Something wondrous is coming

Spanning 1,200 acres, Taza is one of the largest First Nation development projects in North America. With three distinct Villages, its legacy encourages economic prosperity, entrepreneurial spirit and a shared vision for the future. Taza is founded on a set of standards that define an innovative framework to champion Tsuut’ina and all Indigenous communities to further transform and thrive.

Something wondrous is coming!

COMMUNITY AND CONNECTIVITY

BUILDING ON OVER 50 YEARS OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TO HALLMARK TRUST AND ALLIANCE FOR THE FUTURE.

In the spirit of inclusion, a genuine partnership between Tsuut’ina and Canderel has forged the foundation of Taza, setting the tone for what is to come.

COMMUNITY AND CONNECTIVITY

DIRECT RING ROAD ACCESS TO THREE DISTINCT VILLAGES ACROSS 1,200 ACRES OF HIGH-VALUE REAL ESTATE, VIBRANT OUTDOOR SPACES, CENTRES FOR INNOVATION, WELLNESS DESTINATIONS AND MORE.

Taza is unfolding with a diverse, demand-based tenant mix to complement each distinct Village. Experience a vast stretch of celebrated land and unearth the rich narrative of those who call this place home. Delight in the new and enjoy the familiar at Taza.

Cultural Influences

BRIDGING CONNECTION TOWARDS ADVANCEMENT THROUGH RESILIENCE AND SHARED VISION.

The Tsuut’ina are proud, resilient and rooted as a culture of progression and innovation - traits that are akin to their Calgarian neighbours. Taza is a story of inclusion that embraces economic prosperity, entrepreneurial spirit and a shared vision for the future.

Nature and Connection to the Land

CONNECTION TO NATURE INSPIRES A COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY, TARGETING A NET-ZERO CARBON FOOTPRINT.

With strong design standards at the forefront, Taza is planned for maximum adaptability to meet the environmental, social and governance needs of our future.

Economic Diversity

AFFORDABILITY AND COMPETITIVE TAXATION EMPOWERS COMMERCE TO SPUR REAL ECONOMIC IMPACT.

With future generations in focus, Taza is an exciting new avenue to bring all together for socioeconomic prosperity through diverse and intentional development, investment and revitalization.

Economic Diversity

DELIBERATE NATION REINVESTMENT WILL FUND THE FUTURE, PROMOTE SOVEREIGNTY AND CONTINUE TO EXTEND THE RIPPLE OF SUCCESS.

Taza is one of the largest First Nation developments in North America. Its legacy is founded on a set of standards that define an innovative framework to champion all Indigenous communities to further transform and thrive.

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Project Update:

A Momentous Occasion -
The Shops at Buffalo Run and Costco Construction are Underway.

Plans have been unveiled for the first phase of the much anticipated Taza development located on the Tsuut’ina Nation. After three years of planning and preparation, the Tsuut’ina – Canderel Partnership have announced several milestones including the commencement of The Shops at Buffalo Run, encompassing 400,000 square feet of retail, entertainment, and restaurant uses, and home to the first Costco ever to be located on First Nation land.

"The spirit of inclusion is at the very core of Taza… What this Partnership [Between Canderel and Tsuut’ina] has created together, and what the Tsuut’ina have done to bring business and visitors onto the Nation is an inspiration... we are ecstatic that Costco has chosen to locate at Taza."

- William Briscoe, CEO, Canderel MDC

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Breaking News

PRAIRIE’S CRE HORIZONS WILL BRIGHTEN SLIGHTLY IN 2020

Taza, touted as the largest First Nations development in North America, has broken ground on Calgary’s southern border. This 1,200-acre project, which includes big-box and regional retail, offices and hundreds of new homes, is expected to cost $4.5 billion. The Tsuut’ina Nation and Canadrel are developing Taza.

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Featured News

COSTCO TO ANCHOR NEW TSUUT’INA NATION SHOPPING COMPLEX

Costco’s first-ever store on First Nation land is coming to the Tsuut’ina Nation next summer, it was announced Wednesday. The big-box shop is set to be the anchor tenant at the under-construction 400,000 sq. ft. development called Taza.

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Featured News

TSUUT’INA MASSIVE DEVELOPMENT AMONG SEVERAL URBAN INITIATIVES

“As more Indigenous youth move to urban centres… conflicts will arise unless we've got opportunities, and bridging programs to support Indigenous youth." The federal government is well aware of the challenge, and has launched numerous initiatives to foster business development and help gain access to capital…

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Tsuut'ina Nation Canderel