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the Manitoba Possibilitarians! 4


Downtown Buzz


7 October 2017 SMART BIZ The door to opportunity in Manitoba


Goldeyes broadcaster celebrates impressive


milestone Steve Schuster calls 1000th game in the American Association


Indigenous youths” Indspire CEO says it’s time for Canadians to invest in the education of Indigenous youths.


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Bill Burfoot R Steve Schuster in his "office" calling a game at Shaw Park.


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Bill Burfoot “It’s like déjà vu all over again.”


nipeg Goldeyes and Wichita Wingnuts. Te Goldeyes and Wingnuts will face each other in the


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league championship for the second consecutive season. Tere is not much to give between the two clubs. Te Goldeyes wrapped up their regular season earlier this month, finishing with a league best 62-38 record, while the Wingnuts finished second with a 61 win season. Te Wingnuts will appear in the Championship Series for the fifth time in the last six years while the Goldeyes have a chance to hoist the American As- sociation championship for the third time in six seasons with a win. Trough it all, one man has played a part in both the Wing-


nuts and Goldeyes recent success. Tat man is the voice of the Goldeyes Steve Schuster. Many residents of Winnipeg can identify the voice of Schuster, who has called every Goldeyes game since 2014, during his commentary on 93.7 CJNU. Te veteran broadcaster came to Winnipeg after spending Broadcasting milestone page 13


ne of the late, great Yogi Berra’s famous quotes seems to somewhat fit when it comes to the upcoming American Association championship series between the Win-


oberta Jamieson wants to make changes, and is more optimistic than ever that they’re on the right track.


Jamieson is president and CEO of Indspire, a


national charity providing educational support and programming to First Nation, Inuit and Métis stu- dents across Canada. Outside the federal govern- ment, Indspire is the largest funder of Indigenous education in Canada. In 2016-2017, through the Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards program, Indspire awarded $11.6 mil- lion through 3,764 awards and scholarships to First Nations, Inuit and Métis students across Canada. “Te needs are huge in our communities, but for


me the key is education,” Jamieson tells SmartBIZ. “When Indigenous students have access to educa- tion, a magical transformation happens, not just


Education for Indigenous youth page 2 Roberta Jamieson, president and CEO of Indspire.


Te beginning pursuit of a hobby turned career


Rylee McOuat I


t's the question every soon-to-be or recent high school grad dreads being asked; What are your plans for after high school?


While the majority of teens will respond with


a less than sure reply comprised of muted panic and uncertainty, there is a minority within the teenage population that will present with a sturdy and confident statement about their future plans. Alan Leung, newly-graduated alumni of Glen-


lawn Collegiate high school, belongs in one such minority. Born and raised in Winnipeg, Leung is a talented and passionate photographer that hopes to create a successful career out of something that


Hobby to career page 2 Photographer Alan Leung.


News from the Downtown BIZ


smartbizwpg.com “Te key is education for


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