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The Association office will be closed on Friday, April 15, for Good Friday, and Monday, April 18, for Easter Monday.

News Notice
April 7, 2022
Online Learning Modules
The Learning Modules from Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba provide practitioners with guidance on the standards of practice that is expected of professional engineers and professional geoscientists within the province. Current available modules include Introduction to Professionalism, Code of Ethics, Good Character, and Using ProDev. Need some help getting started? Join us on April 13, 2022, for our Learning Modules - How To Information Session. This introductory session is designed for all practitioners who are new to the online learning modules or would like to learn more about these flexible professional development opportunities. For more information, please visit the event listing.
Engineers of Tomorrow's Engineer-in-Residence Program
After a successful pilot year in Manitoba, the Engineers of Tomorrow's Engineer-in-Residence program will be expanding for the 2022/2023 school year! This free program links school teachers with engineering volunteers who provide regular in-class or virtual activities to support the curriculum and engage students with the world of engineering. Want to learn more about the program and how to get involved? Check out the upcoming information session on April 26, 2022, and visit the event page for more information.
From Portage La Prairie and beyond, Jeff O'Driscoll, P.Eng., talks to the Winnipeg Free Press about engineering and its relation to climate change, the importance of the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC), and how a pilot project with a little water system on the prairies set in motion vital changes needed in local infrastructure. To read the whole article, please visit the Winnipeg Free Press.
Professional Development Opportunities
Power Delivery in Manitoba -  April 19, 2022
Hosted by the Arab Members Chapter, this presentation will describe the power system in Manitoba, and how it fits into the larger power system within North America. It will describe the methods used to operate the power system and the challenges to keep the lights on for customers. The presentation will also provide some insights of where it's estimated the industry is going, and the challenges in moving away from carbon-based generation sources. For more information, visit the event listing.
The Westman Chapter will be hosting a Member Appreciation Luncheon which will help get people out of winter hibernation and also bring members back together for in-person interactions. The venue will include a fully catered buffet meal with an interactive presentation from Kelsie Kubick on the topic of Source Waters & Treatment Technologies by Delco Waters. This event is limited to the first 40 people, so quick RSVP is recommended! For more information about the event, see the event listing.
Join the Manitoba Building Officials Association (MBOA) at their Annual Spring Seminar. This 2-day seminar will focus on the areas of life safety, alternative construction methods, and ever changing codes. For more information about this upcoming event, please visit the event listing.