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News Notice
May 27, 2021

Engage Manitoba - Routes: Trade & Commerce Survey
Practitioners are encouraged to provide feedback through an online engagement survey entitled Routes: Trade & Commerce. Your input will help the Manitoba government prioritize routes that build on the existing network of highways and ensure that Manitobans have reliable connections that support the movement of goods. For more information on the project and access to the survey, see the news story.
Professional Development Opportunities
Online Member Engagement Session - Potential By-law Proposals - May 27, 2021
The By-law Review Committee is seeking member input on potential by-law changes for the 2021 year. You are invited to read the drafts and provide written feedback. Practitioners are also invited to attend an online engagement session at noon today to ask questions and provide feedback directly. To read the proposed by-law changes and register for the session, see the news story.
Culture Change is Necessary: Addressing the Culture of Exclusion to Advance Gender Equity - June 2, 2021
To open this year’s 30 by 30 virtual conference, Engineers Canada invites you to join a discussion of the current state of gender equity in the profession and what has been working to increase the number of women in engineering and dismantle the cultural and systemic barriers that impede progress towards 30 by 30. For more information, see the event notice.
Perspectives: Indigenous Women in Engineering - June 2, 2021
Join Engineers Canada for a panel discussion featuring Indigenous engineers who are women as they share their stories and career development journeys, and recount how they have made a place for themselves in the profession. For more information, see the event notice.
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