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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Getting to school can be a dangerous endeavour when the building is situated near a busy intersection.
A Calgary special needs teacher is this week’s Inspired Albertan.
The founder of Reading Rainbow is this week’s Inspired Albertan.
Meals on Wheels depends on volunteers to help deliver nutritious meals to Calgarians. Anne Pawelek has been helping deliver food since 1970, and she's not the only family member dedicating time to the organization.
As Black History Month approaches its conclusion, thespians with the Ellipsis Tree Collective prepare to honour the achievements of those who paved the way with a performance of the play, The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God.
WestJet, the little airline that could, has become a major player in the North American airline industry.
The Libin Cardiovascular Institute of Alberta continues to receive international recognition as a leader in heart research and much of the credit belongs to the contributions of the institute’s namesake.
An Alberta woman with a fair share of trouble behind her is happy that she can help other women with a recovery home that has opened in High River.
When a woman becomes involved in the Canadian criminal justice system, or becomes highly marginalized in some other way, the Elizabeth Fry (EFry) Society is ready to help.
Since arriving in Calgary in 1950 from her native Denmark, Karen Nordgaard has been instrumental in the creation of organizations which have grown to become the present day Calgary Drop-In & Rehab Centre and the Calgary Inter-Faith Food Bank.
A senior who lost her husband 11 years ago spends time every week making sure children are fed properly and is our CTV Calgary Inspiring Albertan this week.
Changing schools is a difficult process for most teenagers, but moving from your country of birth to a school on the other side of the world is an intimidating process. Agamjit Singh Sivia embraced the challenge and achieved success.
When young people find themselves facing legal trouble, the Calgary Youth Justice Society offers an opportunity to right their path.
Prior to the introduction of specialty channels, nearly every television station aired its own children program. While kids’ shows came and went, CFCN’s The Buckshot show endured for the better part of three decades.
Thanks to the efforts of Connie Smigarowski, there are fewer kids with cold hands in Calgary, and in locations around the globe, than there used to be.
The Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter will be at capacity this holiday season, assisting women and children in their attempts to escape abuse.
A seven-year-old girl is setting an example for her peers and parents by sharing her good fortune with children in need and is our inspiring Albertan this week.
A valued team member at Goodwill Industries is showing others that work is something to smile about and is our CTV Calgary Inspiring Albertan this week.
Angela Roseneder, a recent graduate of Notre Dame High School, has achieved success despite the fact her parents received a bleak outlook for her future when she was a young child.
A former Alberta pastor’s commitment to helping orphans has him mounting up and riding from Deadhorse, Alaska to Guadalajara, Mexico.
One man’s vision for an empty patch of green space along Memorial Drive N.W. has resulted in a one-of-a-kind tribute to the sacrifices of Canadian soldiers.
While many people would love the opportunity to sing in a social setting, the idea of facing an audition process is a frightening scenario.
Thirty years after retiring from elite-level competition, Kelly Kryczka-Irwin is now using synchronized swimming to motivate a new generation and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
June 2013’s flooding of the Highwood River left a path of destruction throughout downtown High River, but for the Museum of the Highwood, the flood damage was the second major blow to occur in a three year span.