Skip to content

Calgary News

Free Your Feet, the Rest Will Follow

Almost everyone experiences issues with their feet as they get older, and most people simply accept it as a natural part of aging.

Colorectal Cancer: A Q&A with Sarah Remmer

Registered Dietitian Sarah Remmer, is one of four dieticians visiting Albertan cities to raise awareness about colorectal cancer. With a few lifestyle changes, Remmer says people can significantly reduce their risk of this disease.
Ahead of His Time

Ahead of His Time

"It's hard to know where to start.
Brian Keating Goes Wild for CPAWS

Brian Keating Goes Wild for CPAWS

Outdoor enthusiast Louise Welen is very worried about the environment in Alberta, which is why she spent her birthday among 130 guests at the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) annual Wild Voices Soiree at SAIT.
"Immigrants of Distinction Awards" Marks Their 20th Year

"Immigrants of Distinction Awards" Marks Their 20th Year

Over 500 guests and dignitaries were on hand to pay tribute to the work and accomplishments of individuals and groups from Calgary's ethno cultural communities.

Hearing Loss: the Quiet Condition

The Canadian Hearing Society reports that one in four Canadians has some level of hearing loss.

Coming of Age in the Golden Years

Bob Chartier's story can teach a lesson of perseverance, staying true to yourself and believing in yourself. As a youngster growing up in Saskatchewan, Chartier loved to sing. He sang at church. He sang at school.
Opening Minds Through Art

Opening Minds Through Art

The Alzheimer Society of Calgary is bringing innovation, art and community collaboration to its Club 36, an adult day program for people living with dementia.
Calgary: The Way it Was

Calgary: The Way it Was

Peter Duthie proudly makes his rounds. There's the photo of Calgarians playing tennis outdoors on a balmy day in late January 1892; hen there's a picture of two people rowing their way through the city during the 1897 Bow River floods.

Bringing seniors out of isolation

This past February 21st was Rise Sunday, a national campaign called Reach Isolated Seniors Everywhere. The idea was to raise awareness of the impact of loneliness and isolation of the elderly in our communities.