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The Association office will be closed on Friday, March 29, 2024, for Good Friday, and Monday, April 1, 2024, for Easter Monday.

News Notice
March 28, 2024
2024 Spaghetti Bridge Competition: A PEGW Pasta Pulverization Success!
EngGeoMB experienced amazing numbers during Provincial Engineering and Geoscience Week: Over 1,000 enthusiastic students joined the Association from all over Manitoba to design, build, and smash bridges during the annual 2024 Spaghetti Bridge Competition for a total of weight held at 14,984.2 kg, and this year, the Association is proud to announce a donation of $29,968.40 to Harvest Manitoba. To read more about this year's competition, please see the full news story, or check out the official Youtube video.

Certificate of Authorization Renewals
Certificate of Authorizations are currently renewing for the period of May 1, 2024, to April 30, 2025. Renewal notices have been mailed out to the listed authorized designates. All companies who hold a Certificate of Authorization must submit their renewal payment by April 30, 2024. If the company is no longer providing engineering and/or geoscience services within the province of Manitoba, please complete and return the cancellation form. Renewal payments can be made online by credit card or submitting a cheque by mail.

Manitoba Government Appoints New Board for Efficiency Manitoba
The Manitoba government has appointed a new board of directors for Efficiency Manitoba and issued a new mandate letter to the Crown Corporation, Environment and Climate Change Minister Tracy Schmidt, minister responsible for Efficiency Manitoba, announced recently. To read the full press release and the mandate letter, please see the news story.

Volunteer Opportunities
Registration Committee
The Registration Committee is a committee of Council, responsible for conducting the final review of applicants and interns moving forward towards final registration. The committee is currently looking for professional engineers, specifically in the areas of civil, structural, geotechnical, mechanical, or electrical engineering to participate in monthly meetings to discuss assigned files, issues, and policy development. Application deadline for this opportunity is Friday, April 12, 2024. For full details about this position, please review the full call for volunteers.

Appeal Committee
The Appeal Committee fulfills one of the core functions of Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba, as mandated by the Act and by-laws. Appeal Committee members determine, as a panel, whether to uphold, modify, or overturn decisions made by the Registration Committee, Registrar, or Investigation Committee, by hearing appeals made by applicants regarding registration decisions, and complainants regarding decisions made by the Investigation Committee. The committee is looking for additional professional members (P.Eng. and P.Geo.) who have ten or more years of professional practice experience, have knowledge of the Act and by-laws, and some knowledge of the judicial process to join the committee. For full details about this position please review the full call for volunteers.

Upcoming Events
How to Apply & Competency-Based Assessment (CBA) Session - April 23, 2024
Are you looking to apply for professional registration or licensure with Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba, need more information, or have questions? This session will be of interest to prospective applicants, new graduates, current interns, validators, assessors, and anyone interested in learning about how to apply for registration and Competency-Based Assessment (CBA). For more information and to register, please see the event listing.

Professional Geoscientists Ontario: 2024 Virtual Symposium - April 16 - 25, 2024
Professional Geoscientists Ontario invites you to join their virtual symposium on April 16, 18, 23, and 25, 2024. For the full event program and information on presentations and speakers planned, please see the event listing.

Climate Risk Institute Courses - April 25 - May 24, 2024
This spring, extend your learning on topics including infrastructure climate risks, the globally-recognized PIEVC risk assessment protocol, risk management and communication, climate law, and climate smart policy and procurement. These e-learning courses, led by industry leaders and experts, follow a hybrid model, blending the best of both self-paced learning and live, interactive sessions with experts and peers. For the full course program and to register, please see the news story.