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FEBRUARY, 2011

TheCommission Connection

AUC bio

A conversation  with  Jason  Ellard Jason Ellard joined the AUC as a Systems Support Representative in our Edmonton office at the end of November, 2010. It was quickly evident to everyone in the office that he was going to fit quit nicely into our little Edmonton family. Somehow within the first week of his being here, he charmed me into bringing an apple crumble to the office. So when it came time to choose a subject for the Commission Connection’s biography, I immediately thought it would be a great opportunity for everyone to get to know Jason a little better.

Within two months Jason sold his house and within five months he was a full fledged small business owner – in Hawaii! ”

Jason was born in Calgary, a fact we have been kind enough to overlook in the Edmonton office. He was raised there with his 11 year senior sister. Due to the age difference he and his sister weren’t very close growing up, but as they have gotten older and found common ground they have developed a much closer relationship. His sister remains in Calgary with her husband of almost thirty years and their three children; two boys, ages 27 and 24; and a daughter, age 26. Jason’s father was born in England and emigrated to Calgary in 1957 with his parents. As a child Jason and his family would spend their summers in London with some of his father’s family who still lived there. His mother was born in Saskatchewan and met his father when she moved to Calgary with her family. Both of Jason’s parents worked for the Calgary Board of Education; his father in the glazing department where they maintained school windows; and his mother, a librarian at Lord Beaverbrook school. Jason’s sister also works for Calgary Board of Education, as well as her husband, sons and some of their cousins. In fact, his family has been recognized to have the

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largest number of family members to work for the Calgary Board of Education. At the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Board they invited Jason’s family to pose for a picture to commemorate the occasion. Both of Jason’s parents retired from the Board in 1992 and are living the good life, half of the year in Calgary and the other half in Hawaii, where Jason spent a lot of time…but we will get more into that later. Jason matriculated at Lord Beaverbrook and played football in high school. He still has a passion for football, however it is now from the sidelines cheering on the Calgary Stampeders. Up until 2007 Jason went to every Labour Day Classic game since he was 19 years old with friends that cheer for the rival team, which always keeps things interesting. After high school Jason attended Mount Royal college and started to work towards a degree in commerce, but decided to leave the program early to work for CIBC bank as a teller. He eventually ended up at Laurentien bank in lending and investing and got a Canadian Securities ticket while with them. Looking for a change, in 2002 he hit the books again and enrolled in the Information Technology program at SAIT in the one year fast track program. Jason commented that he always considered himself a “techie” and quickly realized how little he really knew when he started the program. He caught on quickly though and enjoyed and did well in the program.

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After the year at SAIT he went to work for Bank of America for three years doing technical support. In 2006 he moved to CNRL as technical support where he

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was coincidently a DDS administrator there also. That same year Jason went on vacation to Waikiki to visit his parents in the winter and decided he needed another change in his life. While there he looked into employment opportunities so that he could stay there permanently and live the island life. He didn’t have much luck initially, but just hours before leaving for home he put in an offer to buy a travel agency. In January 2007 the owner of the travel agency agreed to sell Jason his business. Within two months Jason sold his house and within five months he was a full fledged small business owner – in Hawaii!! The travel agency was in a small town, Hauula, on the island of Oahu. Because the travel agency was all internet based, Jason was able to work from home the majority of the time. He had one employee who also worked from home - next door. However, Jason did take tourists on tours around the islands even though it wasn’t a part of the initial business plan. However, if you have met Jason you know that socializing is a big part of who he is and what he is really great at – so inevitably he worked the people into the business plan. And the plan worked, Jason did well in Hawaii. He said that living there was amazing. He noted that Hawaiians have a similar mentality to Canadians - very laid back and everyone lets people do their own thing for the most part.

tion of returning to Hawaii in six months. However, he started at the AUC and a life in St. Albert and reconsidered his quick return to the warmth. Jason commented that he loves the new job and the people he works with and for and wanted to stick around for a while. Jason is living in St. Albert, just outside of Edmonton, with his ex-ex-girlfriend. They dated when they were 19 years old in Calgary and have always stayed in contact. He decided to move to Edmonton instead of his hometown Calgary to live with her and her three daughters. Through all of it Jason’s blue heeler, Booker has been by his side. Booker will be seven years old in March and it is evident in Jason’s references to his dog that they are tight. Jason bragged that Booker was top of his class in all three training classes that Jason enrolled him in. So it seems that Jason and Booker have settled nicely into their new lives in Alberta. Jason commented that a lot of his old friends are up in Edmonton so it has been great reconnecting those relationships here. He has maintained his love for the Stampeders through a long distance relationship and seems as loyal as ever with his constant jabs at the Eskimos. As for his future, I think it will always be wide open for Jason. His positive thinking and approach with people will allow him endless opportunities in life. In his near future he will be organizing a skydiving outing this summer for any staff that are willing and able…

He has maintained his love for the Stampeders through a long distance relationship and seems as loyal as ever with his constant jabs at the Eskimos.”

Business did slow down when the recession hit and in the summer of 2010 Jason found out he needed to have his gall bladder removed. For health insurance reasons he came back to Alberta for the surgery with the inten-

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