meet a future 40 finalist building relationships — while he builds houses and a new cree language app
The story was originally published in November. 19, 2018. The future 40 in Manitoba shows some of the smartest young people and influential changes Manufacturers under 40 are trying to make the province better for future generations. In the 100 issue, we received more than 2018 nominations, and last week, a panel of judges selected 40 shortlisted nominations. These finalists will be announced online 10 rounds a day between Monday and Thursday this week. Say 17-17 let people hear the ideayear- The old 40 finalists of the future, who led food and toy driving for church Ridge. See all the next 40 finalists in 2018 Manitoba. You can also listen to the CBC noonand radio to speed up and see the Winnipeg news from some of these stations at 6 in the eveningm. To meet the top 10 CBCManitoba\'s next 40 finalists: Cameron Adams secch: category 19: community events and public affairs board Adams are all about architecture, whether it\'s built around the world or his latest project Build an app to help protect traditional Aboriginal languages. 19-19 said: \"Now, I\'m working on a Swampy Cree language applicationyear- Old, an indigenous research student at the University of Winnipeg. His achievements and dedication in volunteering will impress anyone. But Adams did it when he suffered brain damage as a child. This does not prevent him from developing a new language app that will focus on providing English Translation of swamp Cree. His interest in Swampy Cree was inspired by his greatness Grandmother who has learned some language A dialect of Kerry mainly used in northern Manitoba. Grew up in a Norwegian home. Keep the native language? There is an app for \"restoring language\": The new app teaches people to say Wolastoqey \"what I want to say is a passive language user who says: \"It means she knows the language better than she said. \". \"I \'ve always wanted to learn, but it\'s really hard to learn in my family because no one really says [fluently]regularly. . . . . . . People say it once in a while, but not often. \"When he was in high school, he became a member of a Facebook group called Cree Simon Says, where he learned some words in this language. From there, he received some basic translations, including translating his high school daily buffet special from English to Cree. After graduating from high school, he continued to be interested in learning the language when he took an introductory Swampy Cree language course in the United States But he noticed a lack of resources to learn the language. So he decided to develop himself. He has been in contact with elderMargaret Osborneto of the University of Winnipeg, working in translation, and working as a lecturer in computer science at Saskatoon Indian Institute of Technology, Kevin wader, who is working on the technical aspects of applications. Wikwemikong First National and technology company launched the new Anishinaabemowin appNew Cree medical app to teach medical terminology to doctors and patients as a large project He works every year to build habitat for human beings ( This spring, he will travel to Macedonia to build his sixth building). Raised money for the building during his high school At school, he sold his scarf. Knitting has personal benefits for Adams. \"It helped me. \"Because I am anxious because of brain damage, I am under pressure from school,\" he said . \". His brain injury returned to infancy. When he was six weeks old, he had surgery to treat stagnant water. a build- Liquid in the brain. Until he was 11, he was fine when it was found that the edema had recurred and he needed surgery again. \"Basically, I got brain damage the day after tomorrow due to the pressure on my head,\" he said . \". This also brings the opportunity of another volunteer. He joined the Special Olympics with volunteers. At the moment, however, his main focus is on his Cree language application He hopes it will be part of something bigger. \"I want to revitalize the indigenous language across Canada,\" he said . \". \"My goal is to see immersive schools and immersive camps in every indigenous language . . . . . . . It\'s important to bring these languages back to the community, just as I was inspired to inspire young people. \"But whether it\'s developing apps, weaving tuques or building habitat, there\'s always one thing in Adams\'s mind. \"I like to build relationships with people. That\'s who I am. Nominees submitted the next 40 shortlisted biographies and photos. The biography has been edited for a long time. UzomaAsagwaraAge: category 34: community events and public affairs Asagwara is an entrepreneur, a public spokesperson, a registered psychiatric nurse and activist. They were former members of the Canadian women\'s national basketball team and participated in the prime minister\'s advisory committee on education, poverty and citizenship. In 2014, they created cool people in colored Winnipeg, an initiative to create safer spaces for the positive visibility and representation of cool, transgender, black and colored people. Close Watch: Black women make Canada better members of the social responsibility committee of the Rady School of Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba, plug In College of Contemporary Art board and women\'s health clinic board. In February, they were elected 2018 black humanitarian month in Manitoba. They also appeared in the CBC\'s \"2018 close: Making Canada Better\" project, which showed 150 black women across Canada who played a role in the community. Levi alizfofoyage: category 36: community activities and public affairs in the era of reconciliation, many indigenous peoples have accepted the call for action of the truth and reconciliation commission long before the call for action. Levi Foy is one of those fighters who are not only in Manitoba, but also trying to \"screw up\" space across Canada. As a hybrid, two people. As a spiritual leader, he works closely with the community as an activator, researcher and mentor. Elder Rossi boshikkin, from the first nation of the Seine River, described his method as being able to deal with very delicate situations with a child -- Like spirit, it allows people to have difficult conversations in a fun and meaningful way. Queen\'s reading: Drag queen\'s story time to the Winnipeg Library. Canada is a lady who likes dresses but speaks like a truck driver: winnieg is best known for his work at Sunshine House, his list of outreach and engagement events is long and varied, great significance. He is the co- This is a project that teaches two SLGBTQ to participate in and explore the activities of sexuality and gender, self. Expression and publicity. He is the co- The founder of the sunshine beam, the fund-raising department of the Sunshine House Project, a group of dragging and eccentric performers. He recognized the challenges faced by young, eccentric Aboriginal youth and participated in some very high-profile public events such as the Queens reading at the Winnipeg Public Library and the Aboriginal youth training camp at the Ka free schoolNi-Kanichihk. He is an award- Winning, unstoppable drag queen committed to two positive assertions Spiritual leaders of our community. Alexander Holowka Age: 35 categories: art and culturealexandria Holowka is the leader in the independent video game industry and has won the Seymour McNally award for two best games 2009 for aquarium and 2018 for Forest Night) In indie games Developer Conference in San Francisco He has also won several other international awards, including the British Film Academy Award in London this year. He talked about video games as an art form at several games meetings ( Recent keynote speech at \"meaningful drama\" in Michigan) Activities and schools. He started making video games full time. Considered a leader in the Winnipeg indie gaming community. He also created music tracks for himself and other people\'s games. Megan Lovin Cook: 35 categories: education and training School guidance, homework and participation programs for Seven Oak High School students. This project helps- Risk students stay in high school, support their academic and social undertakings and give them financial incentives to participate in post-secondary education. She is the incredible voice of these young people. She knows each and every one of them very well and guides staff and volunteers with integrity and compassion. Combined with her knowledge of the community and her knowledge of the personality and interests of the students, she has found the right mentor and place of work for the students in order to carry out meaningful community outreach. She provides information and guidance to the community The board of operations funds the project. The money provided for the family. Cooking meals, staff who care about students\' academic success and life success, and provide meaningful experience to build the confidence and sense of belonging of the students. Meghan is the ultimate role model for students seeking ways. Her determination, dedication and enthusiasm helped the \"Pathfinder\" program grow from 50 students to 400. Her personal contact, compassion and commitment to the students was an inspiration to the Seven Oaks community. She is a community leader who has an impact on students every day. Lyle McKinnonAge: 40 categories: PhD in science and technology Born and raised in Winnipeg, Laer McKinnon is an assistant professor in the Department of Medical Microbiology, infectious diseases and community health at the University of Manitoba. He has made a significant contribution to HIV Dissemination studies, including the assessment of HIV risk and incidence among male and female workers. He published an article on HIV-specific immune responses that are critical to research on HIV vaccines and disease progression. His research agency represents the contribution to HIV immunology over the past 10 years, especially in relation to the initial HIV infection, and is of great significance for HIV prevention. Dr. McKinnon has published several research manuscripts in a leading research journal in his field. He is currently working on HIV prevention and inflammation, which has an impact on inflammatory intestinal diseases. Working in Kenya and South Africa McKinnon has attracted key populations around HIV research and prevention activities, thus raising awareness of HIV risks and preventive measures. These outreach activities bring international students to Manitoba, which increases the profile of Manitoba\'s Medical Microbiology research worldwide. As a new researcher McKinnon has made great progress in our understanding of HIV risk and prevention, and is a rising star in Canada and international medical microbiology. Brittany Murdoch is union of the Turtle Island Neighborhood Center-Brittany murdoc: 26 categories: community events and public affairs Coordinator of the Marawi vi eta center. Her passion for work is obvious because when it comes to young people in our community, she always goes beyond. Her recent events include hosting a Winnipeg Jet \"whitewash\" playoff party in TINC, where young people and their families enjoy dinner, snacks and hockey games on the big screen. She has helped in the past two years. Coordinate Youth Activities for fire evacuees in northern Manitoba. A week before the student returned to school, she hosted a counterbullying walk. The group walked from Turtle Island to Oodena Circle at the fork. Indoor trick-or- In the last week of October, Murdock assisted in co-operation, the treatment attracted hundreds of young men in costumes to the north end, eyes and board games helped them find the evacuation of children in winnipeni Coordinate \"Halloween\" with TINC at Win Gardner Place, including corn maze tours, costumes and pumpkins Make, feast in the community and safe Halloween activities. Safe Halloween is a huge success with more than 1,000 young people attending in two places ( Turtle Island Neighborhood Center and Gardner Square). She is a natural leader and has a good relationship with young people in our community. She is an important member of the Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre youth project team and we are very grateful for the gift she shared with our youth, family and colleaguesworkers. Nathan NickelAge: 37 categories: health, exercise and health Nathan Nickel is an international recognized expert in population health research. As a scientist at the Manitoba Health Policy Center at the University of Manitoba, he uses big data to understand what can contribute to the health and well-being of Manitobans. Dr. Nickel is the common health of the population. A leader in the Manitoba dedication Network, a research team dedicated to learning about early situations Life experiences shape life-long health. He has developed an innovative new system to monitor and study baby feeding practices across Manitoba. He is the chief researcher on the road to child health and social equity (PATHS) Project to study more than 600,000 children born in Manitoba over the past 30 years to learn about things like full- Kindergarten, social housing and healthy baby program. The thought-provoking report tracks the struggle of 53,000 Manitobans against alcohol, barriers to entry into helpDr. Nickel is guiding breakthrough research on substance use disorders and addiction. He led a 25- Annual research to inform Manitoba\'s new mental health and addiction strategy, and head of Manitoba Canada student tobacco, alcohol and drug research. He is currently leading a study on the health and social impact of cannabis legalization. In 2017, Dr. Nickel was awarded the Chipman Health Research Award by the University of North Carolina and is recognized as one of the leading population health researchers in North America. He served on the Executive Council of the International Society for breast and breastfeeding research and on the health equity committee of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. Karly TardiffAge: 27 categories: community events and social events Her dream is big, just like she organized a fundraiser for Manitoba cancer care -- It set a world record. breaking event. She also organized the longest chain of skaters and raised $146,000 for charities -- No marketing budget. Winnipeg informally broke the world record for the longest skating chain of cancer care. Manitoba hopes to quickly eliminate any idea that her campaign and fundraising talent is a fluke by skating chain world records, Tardiff With the success of Winnipeg airlines in 2018, the campaign raised urban pride to an unprecedented level. She sold a total of 400 sweaters and donated $11,000 to Siloam Mission. She continued the campaign, adapting winniegisgood to raise funds for the Rainbow Resource Center and implementing Project 11 to support the organization\'s efforts in raising mental health awareness. Tardiff is not just a master of charity. She is very active in the running community in Winnipeg. Recently, she organized the sports bra team, a group dedicated to encouraging the physical enthusiasm of women. It is encouraging to witness confidence and self These women were respected. The benefits of this group are not limited to fitness. She also contributed her talents to other activities. She is an integral contributor to several major events in Winnipeg, such as draining your lungs, the Guardian Angel Gala and the winter canoe race. She is rapidly becoming a recognized authority for community activity planning and directing many other young people who want to change the status quo in a similar way. Jill ZdunichAge: Under 40 categories: Business and lawJill Zdunich is the owner of a consignment clothing store called \"take care of everyone. She is a young, visionary entrepreneur, leading the way in redefining how people shop and what neighborhood stores can be. Be careful to celebrate LGBT and physical diversity. Her clothing store is organized by color and deliberately avoids organizing by gender ( Men and women)or size. By breaking the traditional gender division, the store allows all gender and gender-expressive people to shop equally in a comfortable environment. At the request of the customer, Zdunich sometimes curates a \"handsome\" part ( Not the \"man\" part) This attracts more people. In this clothing store, there is no male or female area due to ignoring the size, and the store encourages customers to try on the goods in style. While these seem to be just small details, they have led to a loyal and growing customer base as the store is considered a safer space with an inclusive atmosphere. Taking care of everyone will live up to its name, and its success proves her inclusive business model of refusing divorce to start a business and social justice. There\'s Laurie hogstrathon\'s file.