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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A Calgary woman is raising awareness and money for the Alberta Cancer Foundation and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
The community of Black Diamond is giving special recognition to a woman who is approaching her 103 birthday and she is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
A teacher in the hamlet of Cayley is not fiddling around when it comes to music and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
A Calgary man is helping others gain the skills to qualify for apprenticeship programs and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
A Calgary man is a champion for people with disabilities and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
Steve Mesler’s successes as a track-and-field star in Florida and as an Olympic gold medallist bobsledder for the U.S. at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver allowed him the opportunity to inspire and motivate children during classroom visits.
A local woman hopes to become the fastest woman in Canada and is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
A reading program started by a local school psychologist is giving children the tools they need for life-long learning and is inspiring others to get involved.
A Calgary weightlifter is aiming for gold at the World Master Games, but at home is a hero to sick kids.
Hundreds of thousands of people in the developing world are suffering from blindness or visual impairment due to a lack of one of the world’s most basic resources and a Calgary-based organization, including the efforts of one man, is trying to change that.
She’s worked in the dental industry for 40 years but finds that the past four helping kids with dental problems their parents couldn’t have otherwise afforded have been among the most rewarding.
A Calgary teen has been helping out at the Food Bank since he was six and he is our Inspiring Albertan this week
The first president of an organization that offers affordable learning opportunities for adults 45 and older is our Inspiring Albertan this week.
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.