November Pictures of the Month

Included in the 2020 November Pictures of the Month: Family fun at the Calgary Farmer’s Market; beautiful festive light displays; skating at Olympic Plaza; outdoor hockey at Gap Lake near Canmore; anti-mask protests; outdoor fun near Calgary landmarks; Bantam football; the Field of Crosses memorial; a Fighters of the Polearm tournament; Cochrane Rangers soccer; a protest against UCP budget cuts to health and education funding; and much much more. We hope you enjoy the images our photographers captured this month.

Young girls play alongside the Stampeder field at Shouldice Athletic Park during a game between the Airdrie Raiders and the Calgary Wildcats in Calgary on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020. The Wildcats won 43-14. (Photo by Jessica Dezall/The Press)
The Healthcare Workers Solidarity Strike in Calgary on Monday, Nov. 2, 2020. The solidarity march was to represent healthcare workers who are fighting for their jobs. These workers are not allowed to strike because the UCP have blocked it with Bill 32 which requires pickets to get permission from the UCP. (Photo by Sarah B Groot/The Press)
Calgary Wildcats Ben Falkowsky makes the catch on his way to the end zone during a game against the Airdrie Raiders on the Stampeder field at Shouldice Athletic Park in Calgary on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2020. The Wildcats won 43-14. (Photo by Jessica Dezall/The Press)
People gather to pay respect to those who died in service of the military at the Field of Crosses Memorial in Calgary on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. The Field of Crosses Memorial is an annual event that commemorates more than 3,500 Southern Albertans who gave their lives. (Photo by Christopher Landry/SAIT)
Albertans take a stand against Kenney and the UCP at City Hall in Calgary on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020. The rally demands justice for those who are marginalized and impacted by cuts from the UCP government. (Photo by Sarah B Groot/The Press)
Mary, with Tamarack JackÕs, preparing an order for a customer at the Airdrie farmerÕs market at the Town and Country Centre in Airdrie on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020. Tamarack JackÕs honey was named second best in the Canada and the companyÕs many products are all produced in Caroline. (Photo by Chelsea Blyth/The Press)
Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) member, Sailor First Class Pamela Chester poses for a portrait during the sunset ceremony at the Field of Crosses on Memorial Drive in Calgary on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020. The annual display of white crosses memorializes soldiers who lost their life fighting for Canada. (Photo by Paula Angel/The Press)
Members of the Cochrane Rangers soccer club play a friendly scrimmage amongst themselves in Cochrane on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020. Due to Covid-19 and the shutting down of many sports, the Rangers were forced to cancel their competitive season and instead play scrimmages amongst themselves. (Photo by Jack Carter/The Press)
Fighters of the Polearm category battle it out during the mini tournament hosted by The Company Of The Silver Gryphons in Calgary on Sunday, Nov. 8, 2020. The Calgary Silver Gryphons welcomed members of HACSA from all across Alberta to their Mini duel tournament. (Photo by Jack Carter/The Press)
A woman walk among the thousands of crosses at the Field of Crosses memorial to pay respects to those who lost their life in the line of duty Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020. Each cross represents a soldier from southern Alberta who was killed in action. (Photo by Caroline Esteves/The Press)
Field of Crosses in Calgary on November 8, 2020. Every year the city erects 3500 crosses along Memorial Drive to pay tribute to the thousands of Southern Albertans who were killed in action. (Photo by Jacquelyn Burchell/The Press)
A woman kneels in front of a cross at the Field of Crosses along Memorial Drive in Calgary on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020.Thousands of crosses are illuminated by candlelights to memorialize soldiers who has lost their life fighting for Canada. (Photo by Paula Angel/The Press)
A visitor of the Field of Crosses stops before one of the 3,500 crosses off of Memorial Drive in Calgary on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020. Earlier in the day, volunteers from St. MaryÕs University set up and lit a candle in-front of every cross. (Photo by Dre Kwong/The Press)
A woman reads the description on a cross at the Field of Crosses memorial in Calgary on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020. While a Remembrance Day parade is usually celebrated in Calgary, this year the coronavirus has forced many ceremonies online. (Photo by Christopher Anderson/SAIT)
Shalev Groot poses for a portrait at Limericks Public House in Calgary on Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020. Face masks have become commonplace in drinking / eating establishments as they balance the need to stay in business, with the necessity to protect their employees and customers. (Photo by Sarah B Groot/SAIT)
Mia Thiessen closes up RoosterÕs Ice Cream and Confectionery at Granary Road Active Learning Centre in the Foothills on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020. Thiessen started working at Granary Road earlier this year. Her favourite part of the job is the children that visit the park and the community feel of the place. (Photo by Jessica Dezall/The Press)
A high school football player jumps to catch the ball during training at Hellard Field in Calgary on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020. (Photo by Christopher Anderson/SAIT)
The Bulldogs celebrate their win against the Stampeders at Shouldice Park in Calgary on Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020. The Bulldogs beat the Stampeders nine to three. (Photo by Dre Kwong/The Press)
People enjoy Inglewood Christmas Light Up The Night in Calgary on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020. Inglewood kicks off the holiday season with a late-night shopping event. (Photo by Sarah B Groot/The Press)
Calgarians skate at the Olympic Plaza while they enjoy the setting sun in Calgary on Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020. Many people lined up to get a chance to skate as pandemic restrictions only allowed so many on the ice at one time. (Photo by Paula Angel/The Press)
A man looks at the sunset sitting on a bench at PrinceÕs Island Park in Calgary on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020. The parks are least crowded due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Paula Angel/The Press)
Family stands under light arch at Legacy light display in Calgary on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020. Legacy Annual Christmas Lights Parade is hosted near the clock tower in the Legacy community. This is their 6th annual event, with over 1 million lights on display. (Photo by Rouland Majrlo Atis/SAIT)
Kristin Davick poses in her graduation gown in Calgary on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020. After graduation Davick took over as the manager of Residence Life at the University of Calgary, where she now oversees the well-being of hundreds of students. (Photo by Christopher Anderson/SAIT)
People spend time outdoors in Calgary on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2020. With the recent covid measures being put in place, Calgarians once again flock to PrinceÕs Island Park to enjoy time with loved ones. (Photo by Christopher Landry/SAIT)
People spend time outdoors in Calgary on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2020. With the recent covid measures being put in place, Calgarians once again flock to PrinceÕs Island Park to enjoy time with loved ones. (Photo by Christopher Landry/SAIT)
Ponds around town are frozen over and ready for winter activities in Airdrie on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020. With new COVID-19 restrictions, outdoor activities are some of the only options to stay connected and active within the community. (Photo by Chelsea Blyth/The Press)
Anti mask protest rally at City Hall in Calgary on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020. People gathered to protest against new rules applied by the Alberta government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Inderbir Singh Bains/SAIT)
Anti mask protest rally at City Hall in Calgary on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020. People gathered to protest against new rules applied by the Alberta government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. (Photo by Inderbir Singh Bains/SAIT)
Protestors demonstrate against masks, social-distancing and the COVID-19 virus and vaccine in Calgary on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020. About 350 people showed up for the protest and march. (Photo by Dre Kwong/The Press)
Protestors demonstrate against masks, social-distancing and the COVID-19 virus and vaccine in Calgary on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020. About 350 people showed up for the protest and march. (Photo by Dre Kwong/The Press)
Protestors demonstrate against masks, social-distancing and the COVID-19 virus and vaccine in Calgary on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020. About 350 people showed up for the protest and march. (Photo by Dre Kwong/The Press)
People having fun ice skating at the frozen Gap Lake in Canmore on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020. The recent frozen lake has a bright blue colour which is enhanced by the sun light. (Photo by Caroline Esteves/The Press)
People having fun ice skating at the frozen Gap Lake in Canmore on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020. The recent frozen lake has a bright blue colour which is enhanced by the sun light. (Photo by Caroline Esteves/The Press)
People having fun ice skating at the frozen Gap Lake in Canmore on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020. The recent frozen lake has a bright blue colour which is enhanced by the sun light. (Photo by Caroline Esteves/The Press)
Calgarians skate at night at Olympic Plaza under the stars and Christmas lights, in Calgary on Friday, Nov. 20, 2020. Olympic Plaza has hosted many events and festivals, created for the 1988 Winter Olympics, it transforms every winter for skating. (Photo by Katharyn Sotvedt/SAIT)
Parkland is home to one of the biggest Christmas light displays in the city in Calgary on Sunday, Nov. 29, 2020. Having everyone around the neighbourhood coming to see the festive lights and music. (Photo by Katharyn Sotvedt/The Press)
Families enjoy the festive activities at the CalgaryÕs Farmers Market Friday, Nov. 27, 2020. Reindeers and fire pits were part of the outdoor attractions for guests to enjoy in a socially distanced way. (Photo by Chelsea Blyth/The Press)
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