October Pictures of the Month

Included in the 2019 October Pictures of the Month: Trudeau campaign rally; Maxime Bernier campaign rally; Sisters in Spirit vigil; Trojans hockey, soccer, volleyball, basketball and cross country; Dinos football and hockey; fall canoeing; Alzheimer’s Walk and Run; World Powerlifting Championships; artist portrait; Climate Strike protests; Hitmen hockey; provincial election; and an airband competition. We hope you enjoy the images our photographers captured this month.

Many First Nation families and Calgarian march and express their concerns in the 15th Annual Spirit Vigil in Olympic Plaza in Calgary on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. Sisters in Spirit Vigil is one of marches happens across Alberta. This event honours lives of missing and murdered indigenous women. (Photo by Queena Lu/The Press)
Indigenous marchers on their way to Olympic Plaza marching through Stephen Avenue in Calgary on Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019. This is the 15th Annual Sisters in Spirit Vigil to honour the missing and murdered indigenous women across Canada. (Photo by Brett Juvonen/The Press)
Regina Cougars defence-man, Hanna Pennell, looks on from the penalty box during play against the Dinos at the Father David Bauer Olympic Arena in Calgary on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. Dinos Women’s Hockey defeated the Cougars 2 -0. (Photo by Jacob MacPherson/The Press)
Regina Cougars’ goalie, Morgan Baker, stretches out to make a save against the Calgary Dinos at the Father David Bauer Olympic Arena in Calgary on Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. Baker went on to make 36 saves in a 2 – 0 defeat against the Dinos. (Photo by Jacob MacPherson/The Press)
Matthew Peterson of the University of Alberta Bears tackles Grant McDonald of the University of Calgary Dinos to make sure his quarterback, Brad Launhardt makes his pass at McMahon Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. The Dinos went on to win 34-16. (Photo by /The Press)
Dallas Boath of the Dinos is tackled by the Golden Bears Josiah Schakel and Wesley Bookland at McMahon Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. The Dinos went on to win 34-16. (Photo by /The Press)
U of C Dinos’ fan celebrates the team’s win over the U of A Golden Bears at McMahon Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019. Dinos dominated the game with the final score of 34-16. (Photo by Barbara Talaga/The Press)
Trojans Women’s Volleyball Jadyn Leong attempts to block a tipped ball by Ambrose University Lions, Willow Lewington, at the Campus Centre in Calgary on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. The Lions won in straight sets 3 – 0.(Photo by Jacob MacPherson/The Press)
Trojans Women’s Volleyball cheer during a regular season game against the Ambrose University Lions, at the Campus Centre, in Calgary on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. The Lions won in straight sets 3 – 0.(Photo by Jacob MacPherson/The Press)
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau shakes hands with Liberal supporters at the Liberal party’s campaign rally in Calgary on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. Trudeau appeared two days before the federal election with his first appearance in Calgary since he has begun his campaign for re-election. (Photo by Jesse Boily/The Press)
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau in Calgary on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019.Trudeau visits Calgary for one last rally. (Photo by Lief Garrett}/The Press)
University of Alberta Augustana, Vikings keeper, Kiera Sunderland, wasn’t able to keep the SAIT Trojans team from scoring in a goal. The game is Vikings versus Trojans at SAIT’s Cohos Commons Field in Calgary on Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019. The women’s soccer teams battled to a 3-1, Trojans winning the game during regular season play. (Photo by Karina Ferrarotto/The Press)
University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings, Tadgh Dalton slide tackles Trojans’, Martin Bertolesi during Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference regular season play at SAIT Cohos Commons Field in Calgary on Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019. Bertolesi received a yellow card on the play. The Trojans went on to beat the Vikings 9 – 0. (Photo by Jacob MacPherson/The Press)
Vikings defender Abby Gisi opens up the scoring as the SAIT Trojans women’s soccer team played the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings at Cohos Commons Field at SAIT on Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019. The Trojans beat the Vikings by a score of 3-1. (Photo by Mark Wiseman/The Press)
Trojans defender Mykayla Geary-Rigio challenges Vikings striker Kara Strange at Cohos Commons Field at SAIT on Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019. The Trojans beat the Vikings by a score of 3-1. (Photo by Mark Wiseman/The Press)
Trojans midfielder Mackenzie Georgsen scores the Trojans second goal at Cohos Commons Field at SAIT on Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019. The Trojans beat the Vikings by a score of 3-1. (Photo by Mark Wiseman/The Press)
A family enjoys an afternoon paddle on Whiteswan Lake in British Columbia on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. Over Thanksgiving weekend many families enjoy spending time outdoors and in the mountains. (Photo by Lexa Chambers/The Press)
Calgarians cross the finish line of this years Alzeimers run and walk in Calgary on Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019. Roughly 1,500 runners, walkers and supporters showed up to this years Alzeizmers run and walk. (Photo by Lief Garrett}/The Press)
Joe Stockinger, 89, participates in the World Powerlifting Championship, at the Performance Training Centre, WinSport, Calgary, Oct. 3, 2019. Stockinger gets ready to lift the bar. (Photo by Marijo Abad/The Press)
Maxime Bernier enters the sold out People’s Party of Canada (PPC) rally at the Metropolitan Conference Centre in Calgary on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019. Bernier is the leader of the PPC, and was campaigning in Calgary on Thursday night. (Photo by Mark Wiseman/The Press)
Matias Martinez poses for a portrait in his home studio in Calgary on Monday, Oct. 14, 2019. Martinez blows glass and has work in galleries all over Calgary. (Photo by Jesse Boily/The Press)
Maya Morrell, forward, steals the ball from defence-woman Jamie Erickson during the MRU Women’s Cougars Soccer vs MacEwan Griffins game at Mount Royal Stadium Field on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019. MacEwan defeats MRU 7-1. (Photo by Bree Tresoor/The Press)
Protestors march at the Climate Strike protest in Edmonton on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019. A line of people was created to protect members of the protest from counter-protestors. Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg joined the Edmonton climate strike protest, who believes more action is needed to prevent the effects of climate change. A counter-protest by the United We Roll group occurred. They said in a Facebook post that they believe climate change is a hoax, and they came to show support to the oil and gas industry. (Photo by Jesse Boily/The Press)
Stephan Tremblay encourages protesters to put of their signs and cheer before they began walking to Alberta Legislature in Edmonton on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019. Tremblay travelled all the way from Bonnyvile, Alberta. (Photo by Lexa Chambers/The Press)
A energy supporter carries a sign and dances to oil and gas chants in Edmonton on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019. The energy supporters were part of a counter protest during the climate strike. (Photo by Jacey Conway/The Press)
Calgary Hitmen host the Moose Jaw Warriors at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019. (Photo by Jacob MacPherson/The Press)
SAIT Sirache Ubaldo Vs St Mary’s University Madi Gladstone in Calgary on Friday, Oct. 18, 2019. The two teams battled to a 41-61 win for St Mary. (Photo by Lief Garrett}/The Press)
The loyal Liberal supporters react to the speech of Kent Hehr, a Liberal Alberta MP during the election night rally at the Palace Theatre in Calgary, on Monday, Sept. 21, 2019. In January 2018 Hehr has resigned his position at Justin Trudeau cabinet amidst the allegations of sexual misconduct. At that time, Hehr held a role of a Minister of Sports and Persons with Disabilities.Hehr lost the 2019 federal election to his Conservative opponent Greg McLean.(Photo by Barbara Talaga/The Press)
Nirmala Naidoo held a party to reveal the federal election results at the Magnolia Banquet Hall in Calgary on Monday, Oct. 21, 2019. While Liberal’s secured a minority government, Nirmala lost her riding election. (Photo by Danielle Bernard/The Press)
Nimala Naidoo, Liberal Party candidate for Calgary Skyview, speaks at a Team Trudeau campaign rally at Magnolia Banquet Hall in Northeast Calgary on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019. During her speech she said, “We will never stop advocating for the city we love and the province we represent.” If re-elected, the Liberal government says they will increase Canadian Student Grants by 40 per cent for low and middle income students, which will offer students up to an additional $1,200 per year. They also plan to implement an interest-free two-year grace period for student loan repayments. (Photo by Kendra Marshall/The Press)
SAIT Trojans’, Nyakang Chiek, left, and Anne Krywitsky, attempt to block a spike from Olds College Broncos’ Samantha Laboucan, during Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference regular season play at the Campus Centre in Calgary on Friday, Oct. 25, 2019. The Broncos defeated the Trojans 3 sets to 2.(Photo by Jacob MacPherson/The Press)
SAIT Trojans’ Dakota Mullen, right, celebrates a point on the floor with her teammates, during Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference regular season play against the Olds College Broncos at the Campus Centre in Calgary on Friday, Oct. 25, 2019. The Broncos defeated the Trojans 3 sets to 2.(Photo by Jacob MacPherson/The Press)
SAIT Trojans’ goalie Kyle Dumba, middle, block a shot at SAIT Arena in Calgary on Friday, Oct. 25, 2019. The Trojans defeated the Thunder by a score of 3-2. (Photo by Queena Lu/The Press)
Lethbridge College Kodiaks cross-country runner Sophia Nowicki crosses the finish line to complete a women’s 6K run at the 2019 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Cross-Country Running Championships hosted by SAIT in Calgary’s Confederation Park on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. Nowicki finished in first place out of 52 runners, with a time of 00:24:04.75. (Photo by Kendra Marshall/The Press)
A group of performers pantomimes playing Poison’s Nothin’ but a Good Time at Airband Together for a Wish at the Gateway restaurant and bar in Calgary on Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019. (Photo by Joel Fournier/The Press)
The puck rolls along the goal line and manages to stay out in the first period between the Hitmen and the Thunderbirds at the Scotiabank Saddledome on Monday, Oct. 28, 2019. This was the only regular season game between the Hitmen and the Thunderbirds . (Photo by Mark Wiseman/The Press)
An unknown person walks through the Irene Lewis Atrium at SAIT campus in Calgary on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019. Named in honour of former SAIT president and CEO, Irene Lewis, the atrium is located in the centre of the campus and its use varies from private weddings to social events.(Photo by Jacob MacPherson/The Press)
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