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As Alberta’s population continues to age, end of life care is of vital importance. Dr. Eric Wasylenko is devoted to ensuring his patients received the best possible care during their final days.
Dr. Chirag Shah completed his medical degree and residency at the Gujarat University in India before immigrating to Canada to become a retina specialist.
Wooden grain elevators are a rare sight but one Albertan is doing all he can to save the few that remain and is our inspiring Albertan this week.
A Calgary woman who makes a living playing and teaching others to play the harp is using her talents to brighten the lives of others in a place that's far from heavenly and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
As the water receded in Southern Alberta following the historic flooding of June 2013, community spirit emerged with an unprecedented showing of compassion and generosity.
Despite their familiarity with the name John Ware, playwright Cheryl Foggo believes many Albertans are unfamiliar with the cowboy’s history, an oversight she aims to correct with a theatrical piece entitled ‘John Ware Reimagined’ starring local talent.
A long-time Forest Lawn resident is trying to change how others view her community and is the CTV Calgary Inspiring Albertan this week.
Sara Cooper devotes her spare time and talents to the Disabled Sailing Association and is our CTV Calgary Inspiring Albertans this week.
Olympic Silver Medalist Cheryl Bernard is using her profile to help impoverished children and is our CTV Calgary Inspiring Albertan.
A local social worker has spent years building up the strength to resume a normal life after a near-fatal crash and is an inspiration to those working to overcome serious injuries.
Jason Hemmaway suffered a debilitating injury when his leg was crushed by his garbage truck, but the Claresholm resident did not allow his new prosthesis to stop him from serving his community.
The Calgary Stampede benefits from the efforts of its 47 volunteer committees and thousands of volunteers including Ivan Juul-Hansen, a member of the courtesy car committee since 1982.
The entries in the Calgary Stampede Parade vary from year to year, but one constant has been the Stampede Showband and its place at the forefront of the kickoff to the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth.
Jane Rivest has been a fixture at every Betty’s Run for ALS, offering assistance and helping to organize the event’s volunteers for the last 18 years.
A young man with arthritis is taking it in stride and is our CTV Calgary Inspiring Albertan this week.
Having a child with cerebral palsy can drastically change the lives of the parents, but for Laverne Bissky and her husband David Dziadyk, their active lifestyle would not slowdown following the birth of their daughter Kasenya.
Following a prominent business career, D. Hugh Gillard, chairman of the Calgary Zoological Society board, continued to give back to the community through his work with Hospice Calgary, the Calgary Zoo and the penning of his autobiography to help children with a condition close to his heart.
Afternoon tea time is a celebration at Lorraine Horlick's group home in northwest Calgary. Lorraine cares for her girls, a group of women with mental disabilities, who reside in the home.
Several Calgary based athletes are in the midst of training for the 2016 Rio Paralympics, and cycling coach Stephen Burke, is doing all he can to help them achieve their goals.
One of this country’s most decorated cross-country skiers has overcome many obstacles on his way to the top and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
The annual Crosscheck Cancer Hockey Tournament is now in its third year and the event continues to grow from its modest beginnings. Forty teams took part in this year’s event more than tripling the entrants from the inaugural tournament in 2012 in which twelve teams competed.
The issue of illiteracy is often overlooked in a province with a well-educated populace, but a significant percentage of Albertans struggle with reading.
A Calgary volunteer engages patients at a local care facility to help them remember the good times and is our inspiring Albertan this week.
Things began to happen for a local man with autism when he picked up a pencil and he is our Inspiring Albertans this week.