Friday, December 15, 2017

Tyson Jerry and Cloe Whittaker – an interview

Tyson Jerry and Cloe Whittaker had a passion, a goal — and now they have a world record!

Putting a Face on Calgary’s Past

Alberta Champions Society unveils first “Field of Fame” Calgary, AB – On May 20th, theĀ  Alberta Champions Society unveiled six monuments to pay posthumous tribute to some of the greatest Albertans who ever lived, five prominent men and one woman, who helped shape our city, our province and our nation. The unveiling is set for […]

Driven to Sustain

Two idealists, one green van, and a world record fueled by french fries. Oh, and national media in both Canada and the US, along with dozens of stories in local markets coast to coast.

Sandy Naiman

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Sandy Naiman Sandy Naiman is a writer, a blogger, a broadcaster, a teacher, and an inspiration to those who are working towards creating a more just society. Sandy Naiman is an advocate for those living with mental illnesses, and is, herself, in recovery. She won the Courage to Come Back Award in 1998. Sandy Naiman […]

The Noronic – A Toronto Disaster

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Six decades on, the fire on board The Noronic remains the Toronto disaster with the most loss of life in history. Ronald Anderson, a hero of the day, is one of the last survivors.

Why we give back – Driven to Sustain

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Cloe Whittaker and Tyson Jerry of Driven to Sustain We at Babble On Communications consider ourselves wildly privileged to work on the caliber of projects we do. We express our gratitude to the universe through the donation of a substantial amount of services to organizations we believe could use our help. We also lend a […]

Alice Jamieson and Jamieson Place

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Jamieson Place I am unlikely to have anything named after me. And I’m okay with that. My great, great grandmother, Alice Jamieson, however, is a different story. And what a story she is. Alice Jamieson, my mother’s mother’s mother’s mother, was an Alberta feminist who was appointed a magistrate in the juvenile court in 1914, […]

Letter from Tom Hanks to Susan McLennan

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Over the years, we have been greatly honoured to walk alongside a wide variety of charities, people and businesses as they reach to make the world better in real and demonstrable ways. We are profoundly grateful for the thanks and recognition we receive from our clients and those who are near and dear to them. […]

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