An East Coast resident, 19 year-old student Jackson Way has been attending school in Nova Scotia for the last year with a focus on history, but calls Ontario his home. He has one younger sister, and is close with his whole family, especially his parents and paternal grandmother. Jackson was a good student, and describes his childhood as simple and normal.
Jackson has a summer job at a local zoo, and performs in live animal shows. He is a self described parrot enthusiast, and has three birds of his own. When he’s not in school, Jackson works as a hockey referee. Jackson has loved hockey his whole life; he is involved in the sport at the community level, and follows professional hockey closely. He is very interested in archery, a hobby he was introduced to by his grandparents. He has traveled throughout the United States with his parents, and went camping at Manitolin Island often. Tropical locations are his favorite.
Jackson has a passion for history and politics, and is a creative person. He loves poetry, playing guitar, songwriting and singing, and theater. Politically, Jackson is left leaning; he feels strongly about social responsibility and how our choices affect the greater good. Jackson is an open, kind, outgoing person who is up for anything. He loves to learn and is always up for a healthy debate.