Thousands gathered holding lit lanterns in Calgary for the Light the Night walk to raise funds and awareness for blood cancer and their patients. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada has been holding the annual event for the past eight years, and has 11 official walks across Canada.
“It’s a great opportunity to know the city,” says Marnie Shaw, a first timer volunteer for YYC Doors Open. Shaw points out that there are many things happening around us and we don’t even know about it.
Over the past two months, Kai and Ricole Cabodyna, of the Light and Soul art collaborative, have been putting the final touches on a 52-panel mural, surrounding the construction of Calgary’s New Central Library.
Student run and passion driven, a club started by students at SAIT has been promoting surfing the Bow and Kananaskis rivers. The club looks to help expand the community and promote a culture of learning.