Conservation specialist uses her personal experience to connect human health with environmental health

Andrea Johancsik has always admired the natural world, something that led to a degree in environmental science and a career as a conservation specialist. But not seeing any immediate positive benefits from that work has been difficult for her, so now she’s working to change that by finding ways to connect human health to her work with the environment.

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Audio: The Real Me youth program aims to make newcomers to Canada feel at home

Growing up in an immigrant family from Jamaica, Carolee Israel Turner is aware of the challenges that newcomers can face when entering Canada. However, she approaches her experience in a positive way by working with immigrant youth at the Centre for Newcomers.

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A love of music motivates Sara Hahn to inspire those around her

Sara Hahn had no desire to pursue a music career when she was younger, but after falling in love with the flute when she was in high school, she became the principal flutist in the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra. Now she wants to use her musical talents to not only further her own career but also to teach the next generation of flutists.

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Michael Noble: Paving the culinary pathway for future chefs

Michael Noble’s extensive culinary career and years abroad gave him the ambition and skills to open two restaurants. Now, Noble aspires to mentor young chefs and inspire their lifelong dream, leaving not only the legacy of his restaurants, but also the legacy of his service.

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