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The Association office will be closed on Monday, February 17, for Louis Riel Day.
News Notice
February 13, 2020
Looking Back Through Our Century: February 1999
The last issue of The Manitoba Professional Engineer was published in February 1999 and would then be rebranded to The Keystone Professional. Stay tuned for our Spring issue of The Keystone Professional published in March which will be dedicated to our Centennial where you'll be able to read more about the history of our publications and the history of the Association. For more info, see the full news story.
Call for Member By-law Proposals
In accordance with By-law 16.2 Member By-law Proposals, Council is seeking requests for by-law amendments, repeals, or enactments. Proposals should be submitted to the secretary at GKoropatnick@EngGeoMB.ca by March 11, 2020. For more information, see the full news story.

Volunteer Opportunities
Centennial Give Back - I Love to Read Month
As part of our Centennial Celebrations, we are inviting our members to give back to the community by contacting their local school to offer their services to read to a classroom during the month of February to celebrate I Love to Read Month. To learn more, see the full news story.
Provincial Engineering and Geoscience Week (PEGW) - Multiple Positions
March is National Engineering Month and, here in Manitoba, PEGW is held to promote engineering and geoscience as career choices, celebrate engineering and geoscience within our province, and to draw attention to the vital role that engineering and geoscience play in our daily lives. This year, PEGW will be recognized from March 1 to March 8 with events taking place at multiple schools within Winnipeg and at Kildonan Place Mall. Volunteers play a vital role in the success of this week and are needed for such events as the Spaghetti Bridge Competition, Association Booth, and Children's Activities. Please review the call for volunteers for full details and times when volunteers are needed.
Rotary Career Symposium - Multiple Positions
The Rotary Career Symposium provides a dynamic venue where students and adults gain valuable information about various education and employment options available in Manitoba, Canada, and even internationally. The Association is looking for volunteers to assist in staffing a booth to promote engineering and geoscience as careers to students, parents, and teachers. The Rotary Career Symposium takes place the evening of Monday, March 16 and during the day on Tuesday, March 17 and Wednesday, March 18 at the RBC Convention Centre. Please review the call for volunteers for full details and times when volunteers are needed.

Upcoming Events
Lunch 'n' Learn: Good Guy or Bad Guy - Which One Are You? - February 19, 2020
Join CEO and Registrar, Grant Koropatnick, for a one-hour session where he will explore the topic of good character as it relates to professional practice. For more information and to register, visit the event page. Webinar option also available.
Centennial Speaker Series: Manitoba Hydro High Voltage Test Facility Tour - February 21, 2020
Always wanted to see inside the Manitoba Hydro High Voltage Test Facility? This is your chance! Sign up soon as spots are limited. For more information and to register, visit the event page.
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba Day at FortWhyte Alive - February 22, 2020
As part of our Centennial Celebrations, come check out FortWhyte Alive, admission for all visitors is on us! Join us for a day of hiking, snowshoeing, tobogganing, scavenger hunts, and fresh bannock over the fire. For more information, visit the event page.
Emerging Green Professionals Mentor Mixer - February 26, 2020
Join Canada Green Building Council - Manitoba Chapter and the Emerging Green Professionals Committee for a speed-networking event with an emphasis on showcasing the variety of green building jobs and a chance to see the different career options that exist in the industry. For more information and to register, visit the event page.
Centennial Recognition Gala - April 4, 2020
Join us for this once in a lifetime event to celebrate the history of engineering regulation in our province over the last 100 years. Featuring highlights from the past 100 years, an evening of unforgettable entertainment, special Centennial showcase, Bob McDonald from CBC's Quirks and Quarks as our Master of Ceremonies, dance with the Big City All Star Band, and much more! You won't want to miss this event! Get your tickets now!