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News Notice
March 11, 2021

Manitoba Government Introduces Bill 51 to Better Align Regulations Across Jurisdictions
The Manitoba government has announced the introduction of Bill 51 - The Limitation Act, which would repeal and replace the outdated Limitations of Actions Act with a simpler, modern act that would enhance access to justice and make it easier to do business in Manitoba. To learn more about the proposed new legislation, see the news story.
Keystone Professional Committee Seeking Feedback
The Keystone Professional Committee is seeking practitioner feedback for an upcoming article on how COVID-19 has affected your work life. Please complete this short questionnaire to share your experience. Do you have a interesting story to share? We'd love to interview you for the article. Contact DWawryk@EngGeoMB.ca to express your interest.
Ingenium 2021 Call for Abstracts
Planning is underway for Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba's annual Ingenium conference to be held in a virtual format in October 2021. The Association welcomes abstracts for presentations on any topic related to engineering and geoscience and the professionals who practise in those fields. For more information, see the call for abstracts.
Professional Development Opportunities
National Engineering and Geoscience Month Virtual Activities - March 1 - 31, 2021
In addition to over 70 professional development opportunities for practitioners, there are activities for participants of all ages to learn about engineering and geoscience. Visit our event listing to learn more about the activities offered in March and share with friends, family, and teachers in your community.
Future City Experience Panel Discussion: Live Q&A - March 17, 2021
As part of National Engineering and Geoscience Month, you are invited to join Future City Experience participants for a live panel discussion where attendees will get a chance to meet engineers and scientists who have helped us get to the Moon and beyond! Not only will participants learn more about engineering and how they can explore a career in STEM, but they will also get specific tips from the panel of experts on things they need to think about as they design their lunar cities. While the Q&A is geared to students in grades 6 to 8 participating in the Future City Experience, registration is open to anyone interested in space exploration and careers in STEM. For more information, see the event listing.
PD Seminar: Introduction to Data Analytics and Managing the Stresses of Sedentary Work Life - March 18, 2021
Interested in learning about data analytics or looking for tips to manage the stresses of sedentary work life? Join the India Members Chapter for a one-hour professional development seminar to learn more about these two timely topics. See the event listing for more information and to register.
Dare to Compete Conference - March 23 - 24, 2021
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) is excited to announce that the Dare to Compete Conference is back for 2021 in a new, virtual format. To learn more about CME's extensive lineup of training programs for manufacturers, by manufacturers, see the event listing.

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