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News Notice
May 6, 2021

BRACE Survey Results Now Available
The BRACE Project Team extends their appreciation to the 1,001 practitioners in Manitoba who responded to their online survey which was undertaken as part of their engagement and training/tool needs assessment process. Funded by Manitoba Conservation and Climate's Climate Resiliency Training Project, the team will utilize the survey responses to further define training and tool development priorities. Look for courses and tools to be piloted in the summer and a full offering beginning this fall. For more information on the survey findings and the BRACE program, see the news story.
Affiliation with an Association Chapter
Did you know that all practitioners can affiliate with an Association chapter? You are invited to affiliate with any of the Association's chapters through your online member profile. Affiliation with a chapter is not exclusively based on ethnicity or location. Anyone can join any chapter for mutual support, networking, and special events. Choose a chapter and get involved today!
UofM Innovative Design for Engineering Applications (IDEA) Program Now Accepting Project Submissions
The UofM IDEA Program is an integral part of the Price Faculty of Engineering's approach to developing design-ready engineering graduates. The IDEA Program works with industry partners to provide groups of students an opportunity to apply their engineering education in a final-year engineering design course, commonly referred to as a Capstone Design course. For more information, see the full news story.
Professional Development Opportunities
Join the Manitoba Chapter of the American Concrete Institute for an online webinar on concrete aggregates. The presentation will cover topics such as a review of the current CSA requirements for concrete aggregates, examples of issues with problematic aggregates, and a summary of recommended best practices. See the event listing to register.
APEGA Nexus Conference - June 9-10, 2021
APEGA's annual professional development conference launches virtually this year under a new banner: the APEGA Nexus Conference. The conference runs from June 9-10 and features two keynote presentations, 30 sessions, a virtual poster showcase, and themed networking rooms. For more information, see APEGA's website.

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