When Calgarian Lynn LaForge-Tieman’s son James was diagnosed with autism at age four, she tapped into whatever supports and resources she could find to ensure the best life for him. Read the full story...
In the summer of 1951, 15-year-old Bob Wardle was a lifeguard at the pool in Brooks, Alta.,— but it was on a day off work that he rescued two-year-old Frankie Bates. Read the full story...
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