All of us need someone in our lives who inspires us. I've been fortunate to have a lot of people who have inspired me in my journey.
Now, I want to tell the stories of people who have inspired you. Tell me why someone deserves to have their story told.
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She’s been the den mother at the U of C’s School of Medicine for four decades and is this week’s Inspiring Albertan.
Elijah Thompson tried gymnastics in the first grade and his dedication to the sport makes him our Inspiring Albertan for this week.
A woman who is the first female to head up the Stampede Dairy Committee and part of three generations to serve on the committee is this week’s Inspiring Albertan. Meet Debbie Lee.
A cancer survivor is bringing others together for a variety of activities and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
Coral Wales’ decision to drop out of school in the ninth grade in order to help her family financially by taking a full time restaurant haunted her for years.
A man who relied on traditional Aboriginal ceremonies when he wound up in jail is using his experience to help others beat their addictions. Brad Fisher is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
A manager at a local kitchen design and renovation company has found a creative way to increase donations to charity and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
The African nation of Kenya is home to tens of thousands of street children. A local family, with help from a Calgarian, is doing its part to give the kids a better life.
Nicola Kozmyk Jones shares the joy of dance with her young students, and helps bring joy to kids in need too.
A woman who has been making donations to the University of Calgary for 50 years is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
A young Calgary lawyer has penned a book on prostate cancer and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
Lena McKenzie lends a hand to seniors at the Kirby Centre who are overwhelmed by filing their taxes.
Bruce Nickel, who served with the First Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry as a peacekeeper in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s, continues to contribute to the cadet corps as a civilian.
Brenda Jack works with the Holy Name Church foodbank, and is our Inspiring Albertan.
A Calgary man who has been in and out of rehab and homeless shelters for years is now using his experiences to prevent others from falling into the pitfalls of drugs and alcohol.
When Mary MacDonald recently celebrated her 100th birthday alongside friends and family, she instructed the guests to bring non-perishable food items to the party instead of gifts or flowers.
The 1988 Winter Olympic Games established Calgary as a world renowned location for winter sports training, a reputation that remains firmly intact more than a quarter of a century later.
Kasenya Bissky-Dziakdyk started the No Ordinary Journey charity to help kids and young adults with cerebral palsy.
A man who lives in a Calgary senior’s centre is sharing his Christmas cheer with other residents and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
Calgary Stampeder wide-receiver Anthony Parker is speaking out against domestic violence and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
What began as a simple thought that crossed the mind of Sharon Hapton during a walk has grown into a charitable endeavour inspiring soup making volunteers across Canada and parts of the United States.
Nancy Longson started making quilts 20 years ago to give to sick and traumatized children.
Operation Christmas Child has been sending shoe boxes full of goodies to kids in need for years, and Calgarian Julie Hay has been there to help.
Not many kids grow up on the farm in Alberta anymore, so Jim Anderson withthe Grain Academy and Museum is there to teach them about where food comes from.