Entrepreneurship will lead Indigenous communities out of the ‘social trap’

Indigenous leaders: entrepreneurship will get Indigenous communities out of the “social trap”

NACCA CEO Shannin Metatawabin believes the path to First Nations well-being and prosperity is federal investment in Indigenous economic development Shannin Metatawabin’s experience in the business world goes way back to when he was a young boy growing up in Fort Albany, a Cree Nation community on the west coast of James Bay. “My family … Read more

Gulf Stream weakest in 1,000 years; which could lead to more flooding on the Jersey Shore

Gulf Stream weakest in 1,000 years;  which could lead to more flooding on the Jersey Shore

A slowdown in the Gulf Stream and major Atlantic Ocean currents could lead to up to 2 feet of sea level rise on the Jersey Shore, researchers say. Scientists are observing this slowing of ocean currents, called the Atlantic Meridian Overturning Circulation, or AMOC, because of the potential for future catastrophic changes to the world, … Read more

Climate change could lead to blackouts and higher electricity costs on the West Coast

Climate change could lead to blackouts and higher electricity costs on the West Coast

Originally published by North Carolina State University.By Laura Oleniacz Two new studies by a researcher at North Carolina State University offer insight into what West Coast electricity consumers could experience in two different future scenarios: one where excessive heat from climate change is putting a strain on power supplies, and one where the grid is … Read more

Male entrepreneurs often lead with ‘What are you doing?’ Instead of these 7 life and career changing topics

Male entrepreneurs often lead with 'What are you doing?'  Instead of these 7 life and career changing topics

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. Recently, I decided to start a local get-together of male entrepreneurs over 30, and came up with the idea to break the typical pattern of most networking groups. Usually, you show up and, within the first few minutes, you’re faced with the repetitive and seemingly obligatory question, … Read more

Six Nations: England retain Owen Farrell as captain with Dan Biggar to lead Wales

Six Nations: England retain Owen Farrell as captain with Dan Biggar to lead Wales

David Rogers/Getty Images Owen Farrell will captain England in the Six Nations despite not having played since November. (File photo). Both England and Wales will be led by fly-halfs in the Six Nations. The teams announced their extended squads for the upcoming competition on Tuesday, with Owen Farrell retained as England captain despite having not … Read more

How to lead in times of constant change

How to lead in times of constant change

Opinions expressed by Contractor the contributors are theirs. Thanks to the pandemic, there is no doubt that things can change – and quickly. Sometimes these adjustments can mean incredible opportunities, while the bursting of new entrepreneurial ventures shows that all doesn’t have to be catastrophic. But anyone who wants to survive, even in “normal” situations, … Read more

Aussie Ajla climbs to world No. 6 as Barty and Millman lead local charge: Aus Open LIVE

Aussie Ajla climbs to world No. 6 as Barty and Millman lead local charge: Aus Open LIVE

World number one Ash Barty has successfully kicked off her Australian Open campaign under the lights of Rod Laver Arena. John Millman joined her in the second round while Ajla Tomljanovic tries to become the third Australian to qualify. Watch the first night of the Australian Open live below! Watch Tennis Live with beIN SPORTS … Read more

Joe Root wants to lead England into a new era despite final Ashes humiliation | England cricket team

Joe Root has declared himself ready to lead the England Test team into a potentially more successful new era after their latest miserable slump saw them lose all 10 wickets for 56 runs in the Hobart floodlights to drop out of the fifth Test and wrap up a one-sided Ashes series. with a final act … Read more

Aussies hope for 300 point lead on ‘big uncharted ground’ in Hobart

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The late call Hobart received to host its first Ashes Test match, and the first five-day match in the scenic town for more than five years, gave the final game of this summer’s Vodafone Ashes series a tinge distinct from romance. But after the second-day carnage, in which more wickets (17) have fallen in any … Read more