Up to five centimeters of snow was expected for the higher elevations in the foothills and up to ten centimeters on the east-facing slopes.
On Monday morning, Sunshine Village Ski Resort shared photos of the snow-covered and fog-covered terrain.
Meanwhile, Calgarians shared videos and photos on social media of snow-covered lawns and patios.
Environment Canada said there was a chance of seeing mixed precipitation in Calgary, although the forecast snowfall is expected to stay in and near the mountain parks.
Morning lows in the city hovered around 2 ° C, while the average high for the September vacation in Calgary is 18 ° C.
The heaviest snowfall on record for Labor Day in Calgary was 11.4 centimeters in 1962.