BLG Office Section Content 1Centennial Place, East Tower 1900, 520 - 3rd Avenue S.W.Calgary, Alberta, CanadaT2P 0R3 T 403.232.9500Toll-Free (North America): 1.855.660.6003F 403.266.1395 View Larger Map Directions to Borden Ladner Gervais — Calgary From the Calgary International Airport: Leave the terminal area (800 m) and turn right onto Airport Road NE Travel 350 m and turn left (north) onto Barlow Trail NE Travel 600 m and turn left (west) onto 96 Ave NE/Airport Trail NE Drive 2.6 km and turn left (south) onto Highway 2 South/Deerfoot Trail Drive 11 km and take exit ramp 256 for Memorial Drive (Calgary City Centre) Travel 500 m and turn right (west) onto Memorial Drive NE Drive 2 km and keep right Take ramp to right onto 4th Street SW (this flyover passes over the Bow River and into the downtown core) Drive 1.9 km (west) Turn right (north) onto 4th Avenue SW and travel one city block Turn left (west) onto 3rd Avenue SW The Centennial Building East Tower is on your right. BLG Calgary Main Reception is on the 19th Floor. There is street parking and parking lots located around the Centennial complex. Community Involvement Section Content 2BLG Calgary actively encourages all members of the Firm to get involved in the community by providing time off to contribute to a number of community causes related to pro bono legal services, fundraising and volunteer service. BLG Calgary runs an annual United Way Campaign with the Firm matching employees� donations. Each Christmas we support five families in Calgary�s �Adopt a Family� program. We run several fundraising campaigns throughout the year to raise money for various local charities and sponsor a number of community events related to causes such as the Calgary Jewish Community Centre Sports Dinner, the Famous Five Foundation Remarkable Women Series, and Student Legal Assistance, among other worthwhile charitable causes. We proudly support the annual BLG Awards and BLG Reads to Kids program. BLG Calgary pro bono initiatives include providing free legal advice to the children�s advocate at the local Children�s Legal & Education Resource Centre (CLERC). Other pro bono work includes supporting the Alberta Volunteer Lawyers Service (VLS), which helps not-for-profits access legal services that they would otherwise be unable to pay for, and the Civil Claims Duty Counsel Pro Bono Project which provides individuals with assistance in small claims related matters including summary legal advice, procedural information, help with motions and other appearances and assistance completing forms. BLG Calgary lawyers also volunteer at various pro bono clinics including Calgary Legal Guidance and Pro Bono Students Canada. In general, the Firm supports causes involving children, literacy, health research and agencies supporting those less fortunate.