Michaela Clarke of Wild Rose Living poses for her portrait in Cochrane on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021. Wild Rose Living is a home-based cookie business, making and selling cookies to Cochrane and the surrounding area. Clarke has been operating out of her home since September of 2020.

A Cochrane high school basketball player finishes a layup in his game against Bow Valley high school in Cochrane on Thursday, Jan. 9, 2020. The game was part of the two Cochrane high schools hoops for a cure initiation and all proceeds from the tickets sold went towards the Kid’s Cancer Care Society. 

Two year old Clark leads a group of demonstrators from the 2020 Cochrane Black Lives Matter and Anti-Racism Rally march through 1st street in Cochrane Alta., on Sunday, June 14, 2020. Hundreds of supporters marched through the street towards Centennial Plaza on 1st Street West where they then listened to multiple speakers for the remainder of the event.

An individual walks along a wooden bridge at the entrance of Lake Agnes in Banff National Park on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020. Lake Agnes trail and the tea house were heavily trafficked on the Saturday from a combination of the pleasant weather and it being one of the last weekends of hotels being open before the winter season.

Emily Carter of Emily C Art poses for her portrait in her basement studio located in Cochrane on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021. Carter currently teaches art to school-aged students and works on commission pieces for the Cochrane and the surrounding area. 

Students of the Titan Intensive Dance Program dance outside Forest Lawn High School in Calgary on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020. Due to Covid-19 and the cancellation of many sporting events, the Titans dance team had to transition to video-recorded dance recitals instead of attending in person competitions. 

Fireworks go off over the Jack Tennant Memorial Bridge in Cochrane for the grand opening on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020. The 53 million dollar bridge connecting the North and South of Cochrane over the Bow River was named after Jack Tennant, who died in 2018. Tennant was the founder and a publisher of the Cochrane Eagle as well as a photojournalist. The bridge took just over two years to complete and was built to help lessen the traffic strain the town currently faces.

A young boy chases his friends while carrying a pride flag after the rainbow sock walk in Cochrane on Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2020. The walk was in support of a 12 year old who was recently bullied for wearing rainbow socks on their walk home from school last week. The walk was organized by students, parents and several LGBTQ+ organizations in Cochrane to stand up to the harassment and to show their support of LGBTQ+ youth.

The Jack Tennant Memorial Bridge in Cochrane illuminated blue in honour of Sgt. Andrew Harnett of the Calgary Police Service on Monday, Jan. 4, 2021. “This is a life needlessly taken; lighting our bridge in his honour shows our support, and I hope, serves as a reminder to everyone about the preciousness of life and the situations our first responders place themselves in on our behalf,” commented Cochrane Mayor Jeff Genung.

Maryjane Rowan, a dancer with the Stoney Mini Thni Dancers, dances in a solo at the Cochrane Cultural Days event in Cochrane on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020. Rowan was one of four girls under the age of 17 from her dance group who danced at the Cultural Days event. Rowan and the other girls from her dance group put on a one hour show for the many spectators who came out to attend the event.

A Cowboys player attempts to break past a Raiders defence player at the Stampeder field at Shouldice Athletic Park in Calgary on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020. The Cowboys beat the Raiders 56-46.

Two visitors sit socially distanced on a bench overlooking the ice as other people skate past at Bowness Park in Calgary on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021. Calgarians were treated to a mild Thursday afternoon ahead of the slightly colder weekend coming up. 

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