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News Notice
November 12, 2020
Looking Back Through Our Century: November 1952
In November 1952, Nestor Mudry, whose application number was 1000, was admitted by Council to membership in this Association. Do you know Mr. Mudry? Can you guess how many applications have been submitted since 1921? Learn more about both by reading the news story.
Congratulations to Dean Friesen
Congratulations to Dr. Marcia Friesen, P.Eng., FEC, on her appointment as Dean of the Price Faculty of Engineering effective January 1, 2021. The Association looks forward to continuing our strong relationship with the engineering faculty at the University of Manitoba. For more information, see the Price Faculty of Engineering webpage.
Professional Development Opportunities
CCWESTT 2020 Virtual Speaker Series - November 12, 18, and 26, 2020
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba is proud to host the virtual speaker series organized by the Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT). Join us this week for a fireside chat with Dr. Gina Cody, Canadian-Iranian engineer, business leader, and the benefactor of the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science at Concordia University, who will explore her thoughts on ambition, motivation, work-life balance, and her hopes for the future of the engineering profession. For more information about the speaker series and to register, see the CCWESTT website.
Going Paperless is the Goal, Digital Signatures are the Solution - November 19, 2020
As organizations move from paper to electronic filing, one of the key challenges in this transformation is the authentication of these files. During this one-hour webinar, provided by Notarius, the only provider of digital signatures approved by the Association, discover the diverse types of digital signatures and how they can be used to sign distinct types of documents as a person, a professional, a department, or an organization. To register for this webinar, visit the event listing.
Recognition Counts Webinar - November 25, 2020
If you are an internationally-trained professional and plan to work in the same, similar, or alternative profession in Manitoba, join SEED Winnipeg for an informative webinar for skilled immigrants. For more information and to register, see the event listing.

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