The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal

Living

For John Anderson, the passion for equestrian sport began on his family farm. That passion initially didn’t become his career, Anderson returned to the sport after getting the bug again, which later developed into what is now Rocky Mountain Show Jumping (RMSJ) — an equestrian facility focused on providing opportunity and support for developing athletes.

Kylar Stern thought he would grow up to play in the NHL, but after leaving hockey, he instead turned his interests to painting. He now sells his artwork online and has donated thousands of dollars in proceeds to charity.

In the later part of December 2008, Barrett Richard Jordan was arrested following an RCMP investigation into a “dial-a-dope” operation in both Langley and Surrey, B.C. The officers wouldn’t know at the time that Jordan’s arrest would set off a chain reaction of legal events that would lead to a Supreme Court decision in Jordan’s name.

For Shanda Roslyn, cheerleading and makeup always went hand-in-hand. But, now she has turned her makeup artistry into a business, partnering with a friend to help clients boost their self-confidence.