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News Notice
October 22, 2020
Looking Back Through Our Century: October 2012
In October 2012, Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba held the first Ingenium Conference. Since then, the Association has held an Ingenium Conference every year and provided hundreds of professional development hours to our practitioners. To learn more, read the news story.
Computer Drive for Distance Learning
With distance learning due to COVID-19 on the rise, the Association is organizing a computer drive to provide students with access to technology. Do you have computers at home or work that aren't being used, the skills to refurbish technology, or funds to help with distribution? See the news story to find out how you can help.
Province Continues to Seek Input on Climate Issues from Youth
The province has opened another selection process for membership to the Youth Advisory Council on climate. Manitoba Conservation and Climate want to hear from young people who want to add their ideas and solutions to help them implement the Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan. For more information on the Youth Advisory Council and the Made-in-Manitoba Climate and Green Plan, or to apply, visit the Government of Manitoba website.
City of Winnipeg Launches Digital Development Permit Services
The City of Winnipeg has launched digital development permit services. Applications will now be reviewed and issued electronically. For more information on how to submit an application, see the news story.
Professional Development Opportunities
Engineering in the Workplace - October 24, 2020
The Pakistan and Chinese Members Chapters invite you to join them for a virtual event where speakers will discuss how they use engineering at their workplace. For more information and to register, see the event listing.
Resume Writing Workshop - October 29, 2020
The Arab Members Chapter invites you to join them for a workshop to learn all that you need to know to build a resume that will stand out to employers and prepare you for your job hunt. To register, visit the event listing.
Indigenous Mapping Workshop - November 16-20, 2020
The Firelight Group and its partners are proud to present the largest international geospatial conference on Indigenous-led geospatial research. Attendees of the Indigenous Mapping Workshop will learn to refine Indigenous landscapes from Indigenous mapping experts and develop hands-on skills from leading industry professionals. To learn more about this free workshop and the Indigenous Maps Network, visit the Indigenous Mapping Workshop website.

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