Amanda Siebert | Writer
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Autumn EagleSpeaker, manager of the Iyahrhe Stoney Nakoda Food Bank Society, chanted “Shame on Harper” while leading the Sisters in Spirit March through downtown Calgary towards Eau Claire Market on Oct. 2, 2014. EagleSpeaker was the M.C. for the event and has worked as an advocate for Calgary’s aboriginal community since 2001.
Manual Aragon, bottom, braces himself as he bears the weight of Giacomo Zanini, top, during the gold medal final at the Alberta Provincial Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Championships at Mount Royal University in Calgary on April 11, 2015. Zanini, a black belt from Vancouver, B.C., went on to win the gold medal in the medium-heavy division.
SAIT Students’ Association’s publications manager Heather Setka takes a break in her office at SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary on Dec. 3, 2014. Setka, a self-proclaimed caffeine addict, has been working with SAITSA for six years and oversees the creation of annual yearbook and the student newspaper, The Weal.
Federal Liberal party leader and prime minister hopeful Justin Trudeau takes a ‘selfie’ with Liberal party volunteer Gerard Sinanan at a Team Trudeau rally at the Kerby Centre in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015. Following his address, Trudeau spent over 30 minutes greeting his supporters, where he was subjected to many ‘selfies’.
A group of men converse after lunch at Schezuan Sizzling Woks on the 900 block of Arch Street in Philadelphia’s Chinatown on Oct. 31, 2014.
Idriss Animashaun, left, grimaces after taking a punch from Damien DiMarco during the first and only round of their fight at Hard Knocks 38 at Markin MacPhail Centre in Calgary, Alta. on Oct 3, 2014. Animashuan submitted DiMarco by an arm bar and won the fight.
From left to right, diesel engine technician students Josette King, Sarah Smith, and Aaron Rautenberg stand outside of the Thomas Riley building at SAIT Polytechnic on Nov. 4, 2014. Although they are three of only five female students in their program, they say they aren’t phased by sexism.
John ‘Mr. Lahey’ Dunsworth of the popular show Trailer Park Boys tosses a cheeseburger to an audience member during the second annual ‘Valentine’s Day to Forget’ comedy show with Patrick ‘Randy’ Roach at the Gateway Restaurant and Bar at SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. Their sketch included bits from their TV show, as well as prop comedy and even some music.
A contestant competes in the ‘best vogue” category at the Xxxpose Ball, hosted by The Bad Girls Club YYC at Dickens Pub in Calgary on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. Contestants walked, danced, and vogued their way to prizes in four different categories, which included icons of the runway, most bizarre, sex sirens, and best “vogueing” performance.
Jimmy Kilippert plays his favourite accordion in Harmony Lane, his music shop located on 17th Ave. S.E. in Forest Lawn on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015. Klippert plays nearly a dozen instruments, and also teaches lessons out of his shop, which he opened in 1972. His shop has arguably the largest and most impressive accordion collection in Calgary.
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