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The office will be closed from Monday, December 26, 2022 - Monday, January 2, 2023. We will be re-opening on Tuesday, January 3, at 8:30 a.m.
Wishing our membership a wonderful festive season and a safe and healthy new year!

News Notice
December 22, 2022
ProDev Deadline 2022
This is a reminder to members, licensees, and specified scope of practice licensees that the deadline to record ProDev activities for the 2020 to 2022 evaluation period is December 31, 2022. Please log in to your online profile and record your activities if you have not already done so.

EngGeoMB Mentorship Centre Open House and Ribbon Cutting
On January 12, 2023, the Association invites you to our office at 870 Pembina Highway for the official opening of the new Mentorship Centre! From 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., you can stop by the building to network with other members, enjoy some drinks and snacks, and take a tour of our new Mentorship Centre on the second floor. With a variety of formal and informal meeting spaces, the centre is designed as a flexible space to meet and work. For more about the centre, the ribbon cutting, and information about our mentorship programs, please read our event listing.

Stopping Workplace Sexual Harassment on Multi-Party Worksites
A panel consisting of James Blatz, P.Eng., FEC, Katie Moist, P.Eng., and Michael Turko, C.E.T., Eng.L., and facilitated by Lisa Stepnuk, EIT, will present practices successfully used to stop the sexual harassment of women engineering interns and professionals on multi-party (consultant, client, contractor) worksites. This event is intended for resource executives, managers, and team leaders with organizational and departmental strategies to stop workplace sexual harassment. For more information and to register, please see our event listing.

2023 Curling Funspiel
Join Association staff, members, and corporate partners on January 18, 2023, for an afternoon of fun on the ice at the St. Vital Curling Club! After a filling lunch, your team will take to the ice to fight for top spot in this curling funspiel, where each team will play at least four two-end games. To register your team and/or sponsor this event, please see our event listing for further information.

2020 Model Code Adoption
The Province of Manitoba has recently announced it will adopt the 2020 editions of the national model construction codes (building, plumbing, energy and fire). As the posted proposal was to adopt the 2015 edition of the national model codes, Inspection and Technical Services is enquiring with several key stakeholder groups if there are any questions or concerns specific to adoption of the 2020 edition of the national model codes. If you have feedback regarding any concerns you may have related to the accelerated adoption of the 2020 national model codes, please reach out to Info@EngGeoMB.ca in order to submit your thoughts with the subject line 2020 Model Code Adoption. The 2020 editions of the national model codes make updates in a number of key areas and can be read in their entirety in our news story.