The Calgary Journal
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New mom shares her food beliefs with her daughter

Produced by Devon Jolie

A small food-processor whirs, puréeing roma tomatoes with olive oil and garlic. It's a raw pasta sauce, explains Jenice Schneider, for the zuchinni pasta she made just moments before.

Spaghetti-like strips of crisp zucchini stand in place of the traditional flour and egg pasta. And the finishing touch is a far cry from aged parmigiano reggiano. Instead, Schneider sprinkles several spoons of ground walnuts over the "spaghetti" to add texture to the dish.

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Family's goal to raise awareness starts with a penny drive

Produced by Danielle Semrau

Shelby Kemery was epileptic. Diagnosed at eight years old, she spent the larger part of her life dealing with seizures.

On May 21, 2011, Shelby passed away at her home in High River, Alta., from Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy, or SUDEP. She was 19 years old.

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Sheila Paré copes with the difficulties of moving her legs daily

Produced by Jenica Foster

Eleven years ago, Sheila Paré went into a coma.

She was in the coma for about six weeks. Upon waking up, she said she couldn't move at all.

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The cooking industry can be difficult but Liana Robberecht has pushed through to become a head chef

Produced by Shannon Galley

Chef Liana Robberecht is a busy woman. While she is the head chef at the Calgary Petroleum Club; she also sells her paintings and has her own girls accessory line. She has made a name for herself in the male-dominated culinary industry.

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