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Alan Hobson thought he had overcome adversity by summiting Mount Everest, but a cancer diagnosis brought him the true fight of his life.
A teen who suffered from mental health issues is now sharing her story with others in an attempted to help them through their own struggles.
Non-profit organizations do a lot of good in the community, and Heidi Brauer helps them do it right.
Samira Fayad, an immigration law program legal assistant, encounters the touching stories of immigrants who require legal help but are unable to afford lawyer or qualify for legal aid.
Head shaves are a popular way to raise funds for cancer research and for one Calgary teacher it was also a very personal way to show her support for Kids Cancer Care.
She’s been bestowed with an Outstanding Principal Award from the Learning Partnership, but Rita Dickson says the award is shared by everyone she works with and helps.
Weeks before celebrating her 104th birthday, Peggy Orr continues to remain active and is a regular on the dance floor at the Royal Canadian Legion: Bowness Chapter’s weekly jam session for seniors on Thursday afternoons.
Gertie Williams makes the trip to Belvedere Parkway School in Bowness each Thursday, as she has for the better part of two decades, to participate in the school’s grandparent reading program.
A Calgary senior is helping others by connecting those who have with those who don’t and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
A local pediatric dentist is taking steps to reverse the alarming increase in the number of very young children with bad teeth.
A High River woman with Williams Syndrome has become a spokesperson for inclusion and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
Canadian speed skating star Denny Morrison is seldom caught on the ice but a frightening experience during a cycling trip temporarily slowed the world class athlete.
2017 will be a year of change for the United Way of Calgary as, for the first time in five years, Lucy Miller will not be at the helm as she has stepped down as president and CEO.
A veteran volunteer at a local hospice is bringing a little joy to patients with a weekly tea party and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
Every year, a Calgary teacher works to teach his students a very important lesson about awareness and raising funds for a worthy cause like CTV’s Toy Mountain.
Significant progress has been made in stroke treatment research at the University of Calgary’s Hotchkiss Brain Institute and Dr. Michael Hill has played a major role in several groundbreaking studies.
A Calgary woman who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at a young age is sharing her knowledge with others and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
After seeing a major increase in the rate of suicide among young people in Alberta, a Calgary woman decided that enough was enough and people need to ‘Get Real’ about the situation.
One of the original members of the University of Calgary Faculty Women’s Club is still active in the organization and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
Visitors to the Military Museums of Calgary have the opportunity to experience a selection of uniforms from the First World War as Victor Taboika agreed to loan his personal collection to the organization.
Two local philanthropists have generated over $3 million for the Nature Conservancy of Canada over the years and are our Inspiring Albertans this week.
A Calgary lawyer’s desire to celebrate the achievements of Albertans who played key roles in defining Calgary and Alberta resulted in the creation of a distinguished society and tribute installations at locations throughout the city.
Smaller communities often need to work a bit harder to gather the money they need for projects and while many struggle to find funding, Olds has an ace in the hole.
A one of a kind program created by a nurse for Hospice Calgary is making a difference for cancer patients who don't know where to turn for help.