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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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.
Ann Ten Pierik was a teen in Holland when Canadian Soldiers liberated her town, and she gives back now by volunteering at the Military Museums.
A group of patriotic volunteers in Nanton are making sure we never forget how our air force contributed in the First and Second World Wars by preserving a Lancaster aircraft.
A former stampede wrestler is using his fame to help others, and that makes him an Inspiring Albertan.
Irene Pfeiffer’s willingness to work hard resulted in success in the business world and now, she’s using the profile and contacts she created within Calgary’s business community to assist an organization close to her heart.
A Calgary woman is showing that her love of special needs children and horses have no bounds, leading her to create a magical place where the two come together to really enjoy the freedom of horse riding.
The founder of the Tooth Fairy Children’s Foundation does much more than leave toonies for teeth and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
The director of a program that helps women and children who are fleeing family violence is our inspiring Albertan this week.
The head of an initiative that gleans produce from southern Alberta greenhouses and gardeners to support poor communities around the world is our Inspiring Albertan.
Great strides are being made in helping people recover after suffering traumatic brain injury, but often sheer determination on the part of the patient brings about the greatest progress.
On Thursday, Lynn Fast, alongside 30 other cyclists, will dip the back tire of her bike in the Pacific Ocean at the kickoff of the 2015 Sears National Kids Cancer Ride, a relay style fundraiser that will have the group pedal across the country.
Easter Seals Camp Horizon has been a part of Nicole Wuetherick’s life for more than a decade. Now, the 18-year-old, who was recently named the 2015 Easter Seals ambassador for Southern Alberta, is looking to give back to the camp.
The creative mind behind the Girls Rock Camp Calgary is allowing young girls an opportunity to perform and learn in a supportive arena without intimidation.
Triathlete Deanne Jabs now coaches and inspires other women to compete in triathlons. She is this week's Inspiring Albertan.
Even with approximately 2,000 sworn members, the Calgary Police Service (CPS) is unable to be in all places at all times.
A local woman makes a difference in the senior community in the East Village and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
While many people view retirement as an opportunity to slow down, others make the most of their new found time.
There was a time when oil and gas well blowouts were alarmingly common. The brave people who fought the fires continue to hold respect in industry folklore.
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.
After a thirty year career with the Calgary Fire Department, Dennis Halstead hung up his helmet but his post-firefighting days have not been quietly spent out to pasture.
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.