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News Notice
November 25, 2021

2022 Renewals Available Online
The 2022 renewal period for Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba is now open. Log in to your online profile to view your 2022 renewal notice and to renew online. Further information about the renewal process can be found on our website.
Engineering Community Invited to Virtual Montreal Massacre Memorial Service
The University of Manitoba Engineering Society and the Price Faculty of Engineering invites members of the campus and engineering community to a virtual memorial service on Monday, December 6, in remembrance of the victims of the Montreal Massacre at Ecole Polytechnique. To learn more about where to view the virtual memorial service, please see the UM Today News story. To learn more about the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, the 16 Days of Action, and supports available to those in need, visit the Government of Canada's website.

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

Climate Change Risk Assessment: Core Principles - November 29, 2021
This is the third 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. This course provides a consistent foundation of core climate change risk assessment (CCRA) principles and approaches for all BRACE sector audiences. It will explore core concepts such as hazard identification, vulnerability assessment, risk assessment, and how to use CCRA processes to identify, assess, and prioritize climate impacts to inform climate adaptation planning. Check out the event listing for more information and to register online.
Co-Working Sessions for Interns Who Are Women and Gender-Diverse - December 9, 2021
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba has launched support co-working sessions for interns who are women and gender-diverse to keep up with the report submission requirements to progress toward licensure. Registration is open for the remaining 2021 session in December, with more sessions planned every second Thursday in early 2022. To learn more about the co-working sessions and what is expected of participants, please review the event calendar for full details on upcoming 2021-2022 sessions.
Building Code: Spatial Separation and Exposure Protection - December 17, 2021
Hosted by the Winnipeg Construction Association and facilitated by Dr. John Frye, P.Eng., FEC, and Geoff Mikolayenko, Administrator of Commercial Inspections, City of Winnipeg, this session will help participants gain an understanding of the application of Subsection 3.2.3. Spatial Separation and Exposure Protection of the 2015 National Building Code of Canada. The application of Subsection 3.2.3. is one of the first steps in building design and analysis and is reflected by the City of Winnipeg Part 3 Design Summary. To sign up for this session, please see the event listing.
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