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News Notice
May 7, 2020
Looking Back Through Our Century: May 1997
In early May of 1997, Manitobans were recovering from the most severe flood since 1826. The Flood of the Century caused 28,000 people to be evacuated and $500 million in damage to property and infrastructure. To learn more about the Flood of the Century, see the news story.
By-law Review Committee Seeks Input
Council is seeking input in accordance with By-law 16.4.4 on two proposed by-laws, one proposed by Council under By-law 16.3 and one proposed by members under By-law 16.2. For more information, see the full news stories at Council Proposed By-law and Member Proposed By-law.
Province Highlights Adaptability in the Fight Against COVID-19
The Manitoba government recently saluted some of the Manitoba-based companies and organizations who are using their ingenuity in the fight against COVID-19. To learn more, read the full story. Has your company retooled your operations to help keep Manitobans safe? Share your story with DWawryk@EngGeoMB.ca.
Online Professional Development Opportunities
Webinar: Leading Projects Remotely - May 13, 2020
Missed this webinar last month? Here's another chance to attend this popular course. Managing projects is challenging in normal settings; working from a distance creates additional risks. Join RGI Learning for this two-hour webinar to learn unique communication and leadership strategies that will help you and your teams be more productive and effective. For more information and to register online, see the event listing.
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