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While many consider Ukrainian egg painting to be a tradition associated with Easter, Jean Richardson is bringing the hobby she loves to students throughout the calendar year.
The majority of motorists travelling along a section of Crowchild Trail are oblivious to the fact botanical gardens have been erected on the other side of the noise barrier.
A Calgary senior is drawing on her own experience with addiction to provide support for younger women who are working their way through the recovery process.
A Calgary woman who not only survived but recovered from traumatic brain injury is now inspiring others going through what she experienced.
A move from a small community to the big city can be a challenging ordeal for anyone but for young adults leaving the First Nation the change of culture can be daunting.
When the school bell rings and their classmates head home, a group of students at Mountain Park Middle School seizes the opportunity to rock out.
Fourth generation ranching family keep the tradition of 4-H alive and well.
From a young age, Joel Desjardine has been fascinated with the design of roads, bridges and anything to do with transportation. He says his addiction to infrastructure was aided by his home computer.
The co-executive director of the Cause and Effect Foundation has spent the last two decades ensuring young children with special succeed when they begin attending grade school classes.
From a young age, Cameron Sparling dreamed of becoming an Irish dancer.
A retired oil patch employee organizes a group of retirees to help sort donations at the food bank and is our CTV Calgary Inspiring Albertan this week.
Staff members at the Peter Lougheed Centre (PLC) have discovered a way to escape the stresses of working in a large hospital while contributing to a program which assists the city’s homeless.
Many young Calgarians dream of becoming a professional dancer. Lisa Svecla has been helping children pursue their dreams for more than three decades.
Each year, thousands of young people around the globe deprive themselves of food to raise money to help feed impoverished people in the developing world.
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.