Calgary Co-op breaks ground on first mix-use development at Mission Landing

Mission Ground Breaking Team Jan17 18
From left: Jeanette Lee, VP Developments, Quarry Bay Investments;
Jeff Ambrose, VP, Petroleum, Wine Spirits Beer, Home Health Care, Calgary Co-op;
Damon Tanzola, VP, Facilities Development and Real Estate,Calgary Co-op; Patricia McLeod Q.C., Board Chair,
Calgary Co-op; Ken Keelor, CEO, Calgary Co-op


Thursday, January 18 - Calgary, Alberta – Calgary Co-op is excited to announce the ground breaking of our first mixed-use development at Mission Landing.

Located on the corner of at Macleod Trail and Mission Road SW, Mission Landing will be the first Calgary Co-op development that will feature a residential building developed by Quarry Bay Investments on top of a 3,995 square foot Co-op Wine Spirits Beer, an eight pump gas bar, 2,988 square foot convenience store and touchless car wash.

“The community of Mission has been incredibly supportive of Calgary Co-op,” said Damon, Vice President, Facilities Development and Real Estate. “As a co-operative, we are dedicated to delivering exceptional customer experiences, products and services that sustain and grow our community and business.  Mission Landing represents the beginning of a new real estate and development chapter for Calgary Co-op – one that speaks directly to our vision – to touch the lives of our Community by being respected as the best, most trusted place to shop…every day.”

About Co-op Wine Spirits Beer

With 30 locations in Calgary, Airdrie, Cochrane, High River, Okotoks and Strathmore, Co-op Wine Spirits Beer provides a sparkling mix of service, selection and savings. Co-op Wine Spirits Beer is a division of Calgary Co-op, one of the largest retail co-operatives in North America. With over 460,000 members, 3,850 employees, assets of $565 million and annual sales over $1.18 billion, Calgary Co-op is committed to lead in food, petroleum, home health care, pharmacy, and wine, spirits and beer. In 2016, through the Co-op Community Foundation and community initiatives, Calgary Co-op invested over $4.1 million into local food security programs, youth programs, education, the environment, preventative health and poverty relief. For more information please visit  


For further information, please contact:

Robyn Soper
Senior Communications and Events Coordinator
Calgary Co-operative Association Limited
Office: 403.219.6025 ext. 6912