another thing to consider is the river valley in Edmonton. It's one of the biggest urban parks in the world, and is connected all around by pedestrian bridges and trails (go on google maps to see the size and range of it). Calgary is more built-up so the development often goes up to the river bank on many of its shores. That's arguably an effect of Calgary's corporate and shiny feel that other posters have brought up, so it's a matter of OP's preferences.
I'm partisan to UofA cause that's where I go, but having been to Ucalgary for a debate tournament their campus feels somewhat newer but I still like mine better. UofA has an old english town red brick feel to it from the central walkway between campus st jean and the dentistry building, the old arts building and its opera house, and the alleyway between the campus bar and some other buildings. The building layout is also much more cohesive and not broken up by too many parking lots, whereas ucalgary had a few of them.
@ghoogle @Ewith017 Congratulations to both of you! I am beyond excited for you guys! I wrote the January LSAT so I am still waiting on my score to finalize my application. I took a huge chance this year but really want to get into the program, so will apply for future cycles if it does not work out this time. If you guys are comfortable, could you let me know what GPA and LSAT score you were accepted with + how you think you did on the other application components.