Shawn Miller is an officiant and the CEO of Young Hip & Married, a wedding company that gives couples the freedom to express their love for each other in their own unique way. He tells us what it’s like to be in the business of love and how he gives back by offering free weddings around Valentine’s Day in Vancouver’s Robson Square.
Annette Labedzki is an artist that has spent the last 30 years studying colour, painting, and sketching. Annette talks to us about how growing this unintentional Instagram community has pulled her out of isolation as a painter and into the world of performance art and what it means to her to be in front of the camera connecting with her tribe.
Her “perfect life” drove her to depression. In her True Calling story, food, travel, and lifestyle expert Jackie Kai Ellis takes us through her journey, from leaving everything behind for Paris and pastry school and opening her own bakery, to finding her true self through a new career, and writing it all in her first book, The Measure of My Powers: A Memoir of Food, Misery, and Paris.
When you’re known publicly as a field hockey player for Canada’s Olympic team, it’s a big decision to walk away from it all. After moving on from his full-time commitment to field hockey Adam started a new path as an analyst in Corporate Finance at Deloitte Canada.
Capt. Bree Stotts is a Helijet pilot for the BC Air Ambulance Service, transporting people in dire medical conditions. She puts herself at risk every day 24/7, but helping save lives is what makes her job worth it in every moment.