The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


A brand-new collective born out of the Black Lives Matter movement held its first event Thursday, June 25, a fundraiser hosted by Change YYC at containR in Sunnyside.

As other recreational sports face restrictions within the city, cycling has seen a huge uptick in interest. But as cycling interest grows, so do the delays in cycling-related services and retailers.

In this modern-day gold hunt, several salty dogs, smartphones in hand, compete for a real-life treasure chest full of gold and silver. On June 20, Edmonton and Calgary cache crusaders set out to find one of the two $50,000 valued prizes, that was until the triumphant pirates were caught using a compromised means to win.

Despite warnings from Alberta’s chief medical officer of health, and data showing an increase in COVID-19 cases amongst younger age groups, some Calgary singles are ready to return to their normal dating lives as provincial restrictions begin to ease.