CBC Saskatchewan has selected five more winners from its Future 40 competition.
And now, without any further ado, here are our latest five winners:
Currently, Shahzadi is the Co-President for Enactus Regina and works with more than 50 active members to run sustainable projects that make an environmental, social, and economic impact in the community for local and international students, as well as retired military war veterans. She has worked in assisting military personnel start their business-related ventures.
From the Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation in north central Saskatchewan, he is aware of the many challenges and opportunities presented by the many cultures in Saskatchewan. Warren demontrates quiet strength and is a leader as a result of his work ethic and character.
During the Walking with Our Sisters ceremonial art exhibit in Saskatoon, Warren lent his time to keep the sacred fire lit through a special ceremony and continually fed by men and two spirit fire keepers.
Through his company, Insight Interactive, Nathan works with some of the biggest corporations in the transportation, automotive, oil and gas, health, environmental and investment sectors today.
Nathan's philanthropic commitments have affected great change in the province. A simple text message from his friend Geroy Simon, “Let’s do a coat drive for kids,” set in motion a provincial movement. In just 17 months, the Huddle Up Foundation he started has fitted tens of thousands of kids with winter coats, and has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Her most recent documentary work, Backroads, is a powerful testimonial of her partner's experience surviving family and sexual abuse. The Toronto International Film Festival recognized Backroads as one of Canada’s Top Ten Student Films. The film also received the Best Documentary, the Audience Choice, and the Best of Saskatchewan awards at the Living Skies Student Film Festival.
Danny Fernandez (aka Def3)
He has gained great fame through his highly active touring schedule in over 1000 interntional shows and festivals such as SXSW, Shambhala, Juno Fest, Pop Montreal, NXNE, CMW, Breakout West, and Prairie Scene. Def3 headlined the Saskatchewan pavilion at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. By special invitation he performed at private galas for the Governor General of Canada, Michaëlle Jean, during her Saskatchewan visits.