Social Entrepreneur Awarded $834,600 Trillium Future Grant
The pair held hands and looked a picture of bliss as they strolled through the streets of Paris together on a shopping spree. She told People: ‘I think that’s why our relationship is so special we truly started as friends.’ While the couple were linked together almost immediately, Eva joked: I guess we have the press to thank for pushing us to see something we didn’t see!’ Friends say their relationship is serious and there may be wedding bells in the near future. TV match: The pair met after Ernesto was selected as a contestant on Eva’s short-lived reality show, Ready For Love A source added: ‘Eva is a firm believer in marriage. Ernie may be a player when he is single, but he’s never cheated on anyone and is very religious.
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(Vince Talotta/Toronto Star via Getty Images) Get Impact Newsletters: Social Entrepreneurship , Impact News The Star: Governments must stop talking about creating opportunities for youth and get out of the way, says Hamoon Ekhtiari. Young people will create their own opportunities if we give them the chance, says the 26-year-old, with a knowing smile. The immigrant from Iran has been creating opportunities for himself and others since he arrived in Toronto with his family as a teen. Last month, Ekhtiaris online collaborative venture, CatalystsX, was one of seven youth-focused social enterprises awarded $4.2 million in Ontario Trillium Foundation Future Fund grants.
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Cakes vs collagen: Baking entrepreneur Luisa Zissman and cosmetics medic Leah Totton are through to an all-girl final on The Apprentice
I do respect his decision.’ In one of the tasks Clough gave a motivational speech to a group of businessman, in which he opened up about how his fathers death from cancer had motivated him to succeed in life and make his dad proud. Embarrassing: Jordan Poultan was labelled a ‘parasite’ and his business plan left the panel completely unimpressed He confessed: ‘My father passing away when I was 18 was a real driver, he was a strong character in my life. And he had that goal for me to become a professional footballer. And to this day I never know whether I let him down or not.’ ‘I think that is one of my biggest drivers, to make him proud of me.
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