Judy Aldous

CBC Radio

Judy Aldous is an award-winning reporter and producer who has worked across the country for CBC Radio. She's been working with CBC Calgary since 2002 and is currently the host of alberta@noon.

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Pure North health program spurs alternative public care debate

Over the past seven years, Pure North S’Energy Foundation’s preventive health program has gained a significant foothold in Alberta and parts of B.C. — 20,000 people have registered to try its vitamin and supplements, according to the foundation.
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Controversial preventive health program seeks public funding

Pure North, a health-care program that focuses on preventing disease, is asking for provincial funding but some Alberta physicians say they are concerned not enough study has been done to prove the program is effective.

'We're not what you'd expect': Food bank users defy stereotypes

As CBC Calgary ramps up its annual CBC Food Bank Drive, meet some of the people who benefit from your generosity. And be prepared to be surprised.
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Tag along with the Calgary Food Bank for a 'food gleaning' pickup

Did you know that 80 per cent of food given to the Calgary Food Bank — almost 6,000,000 kg a year — comes from food retailers and manufacturers? It's called "food gleaning" and CBC Calgary tagged along with a driver on his regular pickup.

Refugee finds part-time work after CBC story

Only a day after Zainab Al Qaisi's story of her first year in Calgary went online, she was offered part-time work through a Calgary-based well service company.

A year in Calgary: 3 dramatically different refugee stories for 3 different families

CBC News reconnects with three refugee families we first met a year ago. One woman is thriving in her new home, another family is struggling to even get out of the house, and the third family has left town.

Canal Flats, B.C., becomes mecca for Calgary hockey tournaments

Canal Flats, B.C., has become the go-to place for Calgary minor hockey teams looking for a place to host tournaments. The local arena is booked every weekend until March and dozens of other tournaments have been turned away.

Immigrants fill the pews: Calgary churches enjoy resurgence thanks to newcomers

A new survey of Canadian values shows that religion is not that important to a majority of Canadians, but for immigrants the opposite is true. Most Catholic churches in the city say at least half their congregations were born outside of Canada.

Calgary child taken to Iran 'without my knowledge or consent' says mother

A Calgary judge has ordered a young girl returned to her mother after the child was taken to Iran without the mother's consent or knowledge.

Calgary medical clinic shaves months off wait times with simple solution: secure mail

A Calgary spine clinic says it has dramatically cut down on wait times to see its specialists and improved patient care with a simple solution where patients register and communicate using a secure online server.

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