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For Dr. Samyra Stuart-Altman, being animal-centred simplifies life


Growing up in Winnipeg with a dad who is a pilot, Dr. Samyra Stuart-Altman had the unique opportunity to experience different places growing up – spending some time in Thompson, MB, and the Caribbean – while otherwise being on a fairly common Jewish childhood trajectory – going to school at Brock Corydon, then River Heights, followed by Kelvin.
“One thing I was really drawn to in all the places we travelled to was animals – hence, my journey into veterinary medicine, which has become my passion and profession today,” said Stuart-Altman.


Newcomer Daniel Kazado brings sophisticated 3D building modeling from Turkey

Daniel and Lora Kazado along with their two children: Roz (8), and Roy (2). Daniel had a successful business in Istanbul, developing 3D models for buildings. He still has that business; now he has opened a branch office in Winnipeg.


In 2016, Daniel and Lora Kazado decided to relocate their family from Istanbul to Winnipeg.
Coming from Istanbul, Turkey, the Kazados chose Winnipeg over bigger Canadian cities like Toronto or Vancouver, to be able to enjoy the smaller, more relaxed nature of the city, as well as the openness of the community.

Millennials discuss “going into business for yourself” at Jewish Business Network program

The Millennial panel (l-r): Moderator Bryan Borzykowski, Tali Litvak-Kor, Daniel Moscovitch, Daniel Worb, Alex Meron Gamili

Just who are millennials? According to the most commonly accepted definition – as coined by authors Neil Howe and William Strauss in their 1991 book, Generations: The History of America’s Future, 1584 to 2069, a millennial is anyone born between the years 1982 and 2004.