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Members of a local community bicycling group line up to “Take Back the Streets.” The cyclists are organizing an Aug. 24 rally in conjunction with the non-profit Community Cycling Center and Metro to fight back against a summer of deadly violence. Organizations dealing in health, gang prevention, after-school programming for youth, transition services and more will be part of the day’s going-ons.

Members of a local community bicycling group line up to “Take Back the Streets.” The cyclists are organizing an Aug. 24 rally in conjunction with the non-profit Community Cycling Center and Metro to fight back against a summer of deadly violence. Organizations dealing in health, gang prevention, after-school programming for youth, transition services and more will be part of the day’s going-ons.

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Stepping Up

Community bike ride a call for peace now and beyond

Hop in your seat, put rubber to the pavement and ride. You’re invited to help take back the streets as the longtime Northeast Alberta Street non-profit Community Cycling Center hosts a public bike ride in response to a surge in violence by local youth and other young men.