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NOTICE: The Association office is closed to visitors until further notice. See the News story for details.

News Notice
April 2, 2020
On April 3, 1929, the last spike was driven at Churchill, and with the completion of port facilities in 1931, the Hudson Bay Railway was officially declared open. Construction of the railway was a victory for prairie farmers in their long campaign for a rail outlet to the sea on Hudson Bay. To learn more about the Hudson Bay Railway, see the full news story.
Ingenium 2020 Professional Development Seminars Call for Abstracts
Planning is still underway for our Ingenium Conference in October. The Association welcomes abstracts for presentations and workshops on any topic related to engineering and geoscience and the professionals which practice in those fields. For more information, see the Call for Abstracts.
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads around the world, it is straining medical systems and supplies, and changing daily life as people practice social distancing, schools close, and organizations tell their employees to work from home. Medical professionals are on the frontlines in the fight against COVID-19 as they care for patients and work to create a vaccine. These unprecedented times have left other professionals wondering what they can do? How can they contribute to help society through this pandemic? Read this article from Engineers Canada to learn what peers around the country are doing in the fight against COVID-19.
Online Professional Development Opportunities
Join the Winnipeg Construction Association for a free, live online webinar designed to help you understand the importance of gaining a sense of control and to obtain strategies to use for yourself and others when dealing with high stress and anxiety. For more information, visit the event page.
Are you constantly making decisions that affect others? Are you looking to maximize your potential as a leader? Whether you are running a crew or overseeing and managing people on a jobsite or in the office, you can make an impact as an influential leader. For more information about this Winnipeg Construction Association course, visit the event page.
If you have attended our Ingenium Conferences or taken our technical writing course, you may have benefited from the training from RGI International. RGI is now offering communication and professional development courses online for engineering and technical professionals. Click on the individual links below for a description of each course and information on how to register.