Barry Ehlert, a serial entrepreneur has captured streets of Calgary eerily empty during COVID-19.
The video includes various downtown locations, attractions like Calgary Zoo and Canada Olympic Park and hospital workers saluted by Calgary Police Service.
Since Calgary declared a state of emergency, the streets are relatively empty, but not as much has as shown in the video. Apple’s mobility data shows that Calgarians are enjoying outdoors quite a bit.
Without further ado, watch the video below:
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It has always been there for you, through every up and down. It is a reflection of our strength and resolve as residents to overcome anything we are faced. You know every nook and cranny, every shortcut, every coffee shop. You cannot drive down the road without it invoking some memory, a feeling, the vague recollection of an old song you used to sing, or a smell or a taste that is still almost tangible. You don’t stop to think about it often, but when you do it hits you just how good your city has been to you. You hope you have lived a life in this city and on these streets that is worthy, that you have laughed loud enough, and fought for it hard enough. This is who we are in the city we love, called Calgary. . Calgary, I love you… this is for you 🎬 . Follow the link in bio to watch the full version!