The vulnerability of the power supply in many northern communities prompted Haroon Bhatti and others at Denesoline Corp., the business development arm of Łutsël K’é Dene First Nation, to look for ways to become more self-sufficient and sustainable. The company is now building a microgrid in Łutsel K’e.

“Without diesel, many northern communities would have no alternative for their power needs,” says Haroon Bhatti, innovations manager at Denesoline Corp., the business development arm of the Łutsël K’é Dene First Nation. The Indigenous-owned company secures work for its joint ventures, taking part in negotiations and passing on the benefitsContinue Reading

How to fend off cybersecurity burnout

Facing a worsening talent shortage and increasingly active and sophisticated attackers, cybersecurity practitioners are finding themselves stretched thin and overworked. We saw major security incidents occur in 2021 such as the cyberattacks on SolarWinds, Microsoft Exchange, and Kaseya, which exacerbated stress leading to burnout of security professionals. By adopting theContinue Reading