Special Olympics Canada’s Female Athlete of the Year Paige Norton and her dad Tom are an unstoppable force that’s blazing the way for Special Olympics.
OR Nurse Janice Chan works with a team to perform surgeries and save lives.
“Working as a team, not only just the nurses, but the anesthetists and the surgeons, you really get to know each other. We’re a big family in the operating room.”
There’s no doubt being in the trauma room of the emergency department can be intense. For Naomi, it’s a unique, ever-changing, and chaotic environment, and she loves everything that she does.
At 20 years old, Nick Gueret was in a car crash that left him fighting for his life. It was then, without a doubt, that he knew he was going to be a nurse.
Anthony Coletti was one of Canada’s biggest medical marijuana growers until a hitman was hired to kill him. After taking seven bullets and almost losing his hand, Anthony turned to alternative wellness and found his True Calling in helping others.
Dr. Dominique Vallee is a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and a former Olympic athlete. Find out why she gave up her professional snowboarding career for a vocation in a practice that is thousands of years old.