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News Notice
February 4, 2021

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BRACE Infrastructure Project Training Program Engagement Session - Save the Date!
Impacts from climate change are happening now. We see those impacts becoming more frequent and severe with each passing year. The Association is working with the Province of Manitoba and other sectors to develop and deliver training to enable our practitioners to incorporate climate change resilience into their practice. Would you like to be involved and make a change? Mark your calendar for noon on February 23 to attend an engagement session. Stay tuned for more information on this great opportunity to share your expertise and advice to help prepare our province for what warns to be a challenging future.
Winnipeg Free Press Engineering Supplement
As part of Provincial Engineering and Geoscience Week (PEGW), the Association is partnering with the Winnipeg Free Press to publish a special section celebrating and showcasing Manitoba's outstanding engineers and geoscientists. You are invited to be part of this special supplement. See the Winnipeg Free Press Supplement Guidelines for more information.
Geoscientists Canada Celebrates its 25th Anniversary
Join us in wishing Geoscientists Canada a Happy 25th Anniversary of service to the regulated practice of geoscience in Canada. Watch their social media posts throughout 2021 for more information on the organization, available resources, member regulators, and Canada's accomplished professional geoscientists. See the news story to read the press release.

As we approach the end of our Centennial year, join us in the celebration with this video highlighting a century of work by engineers and geoscientists - making life work better in Manitoba. Want to see more? Tune in next week when we launch the entire series of Centennial videos.
Volunteer Opportunities
Future City Experience - Multiple Positions
The Future City Experience challenges students in grades 6, 7, and 8 across Canada to use the engineering design process to research, design, and build a model of a city 100 years into the future. Students in this year's challenge are to design a lunar city and provide examples of how the city uses two moon resources to keep its residents safe and healthy. Volunteers are needed to serve as a mentor to participants as they work through their build. For full information about this opportunity, see the call for volunteers.
Professional Development Opportunities
Pakistan Members Chapter Professional Development and Annual General Meeting - February 13, 2021
Join the Pakistan Members Chapter for a professional development session on climate change followed by their first Annual General Meeting. Visit the event listing for more information and to register.
Get to the Point! A Practical Writing Course for Technical Professionals - Starting February 23, 2021
During this six-part live online version of the popular two-day technical writing course delivered by RGI International, attendees will learn techniques that apply to writing technical letters, reports, emails, and proposals. For more information and to register, see the event listing.

Looking for more online training opportunities? Click here to access a full listing of training delivered online.