Carl DeLine

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Calgary Herald Calgarian of the Year Carl DeLine

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1979

September 15: “Pastor to be installed,” Calgary Herald

1986

April 4: “Retired workers give money earned at Dome to charity,” Calgary Herald
April 26: “Food bank volunteers growing weary, angry,” Calgary Herald
April 29: “Food handouts upset minister,” Calgary Herald
March 26: “Food bank, drop-in centre record hikes in business,” Calgary Herald
May 3: “Line-ups at food bank lengthening,” Regina Leader-Post
May 8: “Getty’s food bank remarks shock group,” Calgary Herald
May 8: “Drives under way to restock food bank’s shelves,” Calgary Herald
May 24: “TV star, Hutterites and students pitch in to fill food bank shelves,” Calgary Herald
May 30: “Calgarians answer food bank’s plea,” Calgary Herald
June 10: “Women’s group pushes milk fund for food bank,” Calgary Herald
June 19: “Province acts to improve welfare system,” Calgary Herald
June 20: “Calgary revamping its welfare system,” Regina Leader-Post
June 1: “Tough times bring out best in Albertans,” Calgary Herald
June 4: “Vision of hungry kids fills shelves,” Calgary Herald
June 28: “The stage is set for a new social planning group,” Calgary Herald
July 2: “Record numbers lining up for welfare,” Calgary Herald
July 6: “Calgary Q&A,” Calgary Herald
July 14: “Roast to aid food bank,” Calgary Herald
July 23: “Klein wears brave face over Calgary slump,” Ottawa Citizen
October 4: “Food bank hunts home,” Calgary Herald
October 18: “Economic decline makes Calgary city of contrast,” Star-Phoenix
October 30: “Food bank collectors warned to get ID,” Calgary Herald
November 6: “SAIT gift to help food bank,” Calgary Herald
November 7: “Food bank gets $12,000 from community groups,” The Jewish Star
November 14: “Food bank has new home,” Calgary Herald
November 25: “Nine hogs help fatten food bank hampers,” Calgary Herald
November 30: “Food bank ready to change homes,” Calgary Herald
December 14: “Agencies stretch networks to retrieve unused food,” Calgary Herald
December 15: “Food bank throws lifeline to Sally Ann,” Calgary Herald
December 16: “Use of waste food urged,” Calgary Herald
December 28: “Calgarians of the year,” Calgary Herald Magazine

1987

January 3: “Swelling welfare list mirrors oilpatch woes,” Calgary Herald
January 20: “Others merit notice,” Calgary Herald
February 19: “Cohen’s joy totally unreserved,” Calgary Herald
April 1: “Calgary welfare lines shortening,” Calgary Herald
March 27: “Welfare recipients urged to voice feelings on cuts,” Calgary Herald
May 31: “Food banks set for big demand as welfare cut,” Calgary Herald
June 7: “Schools find own ways to solve hunger problems,” Calgary Herald
June 7: “Hunger stalks city’s children,” Calgary Herald
June 9: “Low welfare payments blamed for child hunger,” Calgary Herald
July 21: “Calgary climbs back,” Whitehorse Star
October 2: “Welfare cases drop by 2,200,” Calgary Herald
November 7: “Rise in ‘working poor’ boosts hamper demand,” Calgary Herald
November 22: “Salvation Army foresees growing need of hampers,” Calgary Herald
November 24: “Fund to help street teens turn their lives around,” Calgary Herald
November 28: “Salvation Army facing Christmas hamper crisis,” Calgary Herald
December 4: “Calgarians not referred to food bank,” Edmonton Journal
December 15: “Christmas cupboards still bare,” Calgary Herald
December 19: “Christmas can be ‘downer’ for homeless,” Calgary Herald
December 20: “Many reasons why 8,000 people need help,” Calgary Herald
December 22: “Camp survivor’s advice fuels food bank drive,” Calgary Herald

1988

January 2: “It will be tough for poor after Olympics: experts,” Calgary Herald
January 20: “Moving firm to help food banks,” Calgary Herald
February 8: “Teen says system failing to solve special needs,” Calgary Herald
March 17: “Welfare recipients get raise,” Calgary Herald
March 19: “‘Urban church’ subject of forum,” Calgary Herald
April 6: “City welfare cases fall, but food bank busier,” Calgary Herald
April 20: “Alberta hikes minimum pay,” Calgary Herald
August 4: “Food bank starving for funds,” Calgary Herald
August 6: “Food banks hail tax-break idea,” Calgary Herald
September 10: “Men’s hostel operation handed to Sally Ann,” Calgary Herald
September 18: “Mean streets,” Calgary Herald
September 26: “Mall stores to act on ‘undesirables’,” Calgary Herald
October 7: “Food bank’s new boss fears tougher times,” Calgary Herald
December 4: “Streets promise bitter harvest,” Calgary Herald
December 17: “The best Christmas gifts ever,” Calgary Herald
December 24: “It’s time for season’s best to those hardest to forget,” Calgary Herald

1989

March 4: “Young delegates set for food bank drive,” Calgary Herald
October 8: “Slum tenants living in fear,” Calgary Herald

1990

February 10: “Church issued challenge over rights concerns,” Calgary Herald
May 13: “Sunday at five,” Calgary Herald
September 14: “Spiral of poverty targeted,” Calgary Herald
December 1: “Response to crusade seen as ‘I don’t care’,” Calgary Herald
December 12: “Street people find new path,” Calgary Herald

1991

February 20: “Cost for street counsellors termed a waste,” Calgary Herald
March 27: “Back Door looking for open doors,” Calgary Herald
June 3: “Street youth violence targeted,” Calgary Herald
June 9: “Funding announcements deserve second look,” Calgary Herald
September 23: “Church aid sought for inner city,” Calgary Herald
October 11: “Scott wants Child Act review,” Calgary Herald
October 17: “Too soon to link 3 slayings, RCMP say,” Edmonton Journal
November 15: “Street-wise youths shown path to better life,” Edmonton Journal
December 12: “Mayor sets holiday feast for street kids,” Calgary Herald
December 24: “The Homeless: City shelter hit with rising demand,” Calgary Herald
December 24: “The Homeless: Get involved, churches urged,” Calgary Herald

1992

March 13: “Jackpot seen with video slots,” Calgary Herald
May 5: “$500 million ‘makes little difference’,” Calgary Herald
June 7: “On a roll,” Calgary Herald
August 6: “Kids enter business through Back Door,” Calgary Herald
November 14: “Violence a way of life to those on the street,” Calgary Herald
December 4: “They are worth the chance,” Calgary Herald
December 13: “Youths take control at the Back Door,” Calgary Herald

1993

October 30: “Non-profit social agencies grapple with new demands,” Calgary Herald
November 24: “Back Door getting weary of hard knocks,” Calgary Herald

1994

April 16: “Youth workers give job plan mixed reviews,” Calgary Herald
June 15: “Doing good deeds through The Back Door,” Calgary Herald

1995

April 9: “A place to call home,” Calgary Herald
November 18: “Welfare cuts hit young hard,” Edmonton Journal
December 5: “The Back Door shows a way out for kids,” Calgary Herald

1996

June 29: “Back Door campaigns to raise funds,” Calgary Herald
July 20: “Charities have to become self-sufficient,” Calgary Herald
December 19: “Prominent Calgarians recall Yuletides past,” Calgary Herald

1998

March 17: “The Calgary way,” Calgary Herald

2001

September 9: “Real change – The Back Door gets homeless off the street and on their feet,” Calgary Sun

2002

January 14: “Program for inner-city homeless gets a trial in rural Minnesota,” Brainerd Dispatch

2003

February 22: “Back Door open for party,” Calgary Herald
March 20: “OKC program launched to help homeless young adults,” The Journal Record
April 1: “Willson Lecture inspires effort to help homeless,” Focus Magazine

2013

March 7: “Youth summit feedback reveals need for mentors at top priority,” The Free Press
March 11: “In second community summit, youth give voice,” The Free Press