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The Association office will be closed on Thursday, November 11, in honour of Remembrance Day.
News Notice
November 10, 2021

Filipino Members Chapter Offering Scholarship Opportunities
The Filipino Members Chapter currently has a 2021 scholarship opportunity to award $1,500 to a non-Filipino student member. To be considered, students must be affiliated with an Association Chapter that is not the Filipino Members Chapter. For additional eligibility requirements and selection criteria, please see the Chapter's website. The deadline to apply had been extended to November 14, 2021.
Renewals Coming Soon
Association renewals will open on November 15, 2021, for the 2022 year. Renewal notices will be sent via email to the preferred email address indicated in your online profile. To ensure your renewal notice is received in a timely manner, please log in to your online profile and confirm that your contact details are correct and up-to-date. If you'd prefer to receive a printed copy via mail, please indicate that preference in your online profile. The deadline to renew your membership for the 2022 year is December 31, 2021. Any renewals submitted after this date may be subject to a late fee.
EngGeoMB Mentorship Program Information Session
Are you considering joining the Association's new mentorship program, but still have questions? Join Association staff from 12:00 p.m. to 1 p.m. on November 26, 2021, to find out about the new mentorship program and have all your questions answered, before the registration deadline on December 3, 2021. To sign up for the information session, please see the event listing. More information about the mentorship program can be found on the Mentorship Program webpage.

Volunteer Opportunities
The Keystone Professional Committee - Multiple Positions
The Keystone Professional Committee is responsible for the release of information to the public via the publication of The Keystone Professional. The committee is looking for a professional engineer or geoscientist, intern, student, or assessment candidate who can participate in regular meetings to discuss current issues relating to engineering and geoscience, has a keen interest in writing and editing articles of interest for publication, and who has previous writing and editing experience. For more information about this position, please see the full call for volunteers.
Registration Committee - Multiple Positions
The Registration Committee (RC) is a committee of Council made up of registered professional members from both engineering and geoscience disciplines. The committee is responsible for conducting the final review for members and interns who are moving forward towards final registration. RC is currently seeking new professional members to join the committee, and while all members are welcome to apply, the committee is most in need of professional members with expertise in the following areas: mining, mechanical/HVAC, geological engineering, or geoscientists. See the call for volunteers for full details.
Professional Development Opportunities
Naawi-Oodena: Kapyong Redevelopment - November 16, 2021
Join the Canadian Society of Senior Engineers (CSSE) for a presentation by David Thomas, Planning and Design Manager at Treaty One Development Corporation, on the rebirth of the long-dormant Kapyong Barracks lands. This is an opportunity to learn more about the vision and the challenges of a project that will become the largest strategically located urban Indigenous economic zone in Canada. Check out the event listing for more information and to register online.
Keeyask Hydroelectric Generating Station and Microaggressions Professional Development Seminar - November 20, 2021
Join the Ethio-Eritrean Members Chapter for a professional development seminar featuring Dave Bowen, P.Eng. and Tom Tonner, P.Eng. of Manitoba Hydro, who oversaw the different design and construction aspects of the Keeyask Project. Lisa Stepnuk, EIT, Director of Equity and Representation with Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba, will follow with a presentation on how to recognize and untangle microaggressions. See the event listing to register online.

Manitoba's Changing Climate - December 2, 2021
This is the fourth Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise (BRACE)/Manitoba Climate Resilience Training (MCRT) course in the nine-course Foundational and Infrastructure path specifically recommended for infrastructure professionals. Participants in this course will learn about the Climate Atlas of Canada, associated risks, vulnerabilities and opportunities across Manitoba, the difference between adaptation and mitigation strategies, and how to apply climate variables in decision-making processes. Check out the event listing for more information and to register.

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