The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal


Forward Jordan Finnie and the rest of the Mount Royal women’s hockey team have had a slow start to the season but they’re looking to bounce back and make a strong push for the playoffs.

Maria Samson began playing rugby in grade seven to simply have fun with her friends. But after realizing her natural abilities and completing years of training, Samson became a professional rugby player. She battled injuries and personal tragedy to become a Rugby World Cup finalist and a recipient of Canada’s Player of the Year award. Now she is trying to give back to the game that has given her so much.

Edward Lee loves his job as owner and coach of Sunridge Badminton Centre, but leaving his family in Vancouver is the price he’s had to pay in order to run his own business.

Micheal Zipp’s passion for hockey began as a kid.

Since then, he’s been thrust into a notable junior hockey career where he was recently named captain of the Calgary Hitmen. But despite his achievements, Zipp is still struggling to break into the National Hockey League (NHL) even as he works hard to ensure his success.