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Calgary Centre, Classroom
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This space inside the Univeristy of Alberta Calgary Centre is available for bookings and can seat up to 120 people. There are 12 tables and 120 chairs that can be used in different configurations. For more information please see the Calgary Centre Space Bookings site.

The Calgary Centre is located at 120, 333 5 Ave. SW in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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