It was almost 60 years ago, on October 6, 1962, that then Premier of Manitoba Duff Roblin and federal Minister of Northern Affairs and National Resources
Walter Dinsdale climbed atop of a bulldozer and stripped the first sod off the prairie to begin construction of the Red River Floodway. At a cost
of 63-million dollars, the Floodway officially opened on October 11, 1968. To learn more about this outstanding engineering achievement,
read the news story
Ingenium starts next week! Have you reserved your spot?
With four keynote speakers and 15 seminars, this year's virtual Ingenium Professional Development Seminars provide you with the opportunity to earn over 15 hours of ProDev hours without even leaving home. In celebration of our Centennial year,
registration is just $100 (+GST). Register today via the Ingenium webpage
Join the Winnipeg Construction Association (WCA) for a one-hour webinar where industry leaders will speak about the impacts of a potential construction industry shutdown, how to maintain proper construction site hygiene, what to
do if an employee tests positive, and other pressing questions. For more information, see the WCA website
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba
is proud to host the four-part virtual speaker series organized by the Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT). For more information about the speaker series and to register, see the event listing
As organizations move from paper to electronic filing, one of the key challenges in this transformation is the authentication of these files. During this one-hour webinar, discover the diverse types of
digital signatures and how they can be used to sign distinct types of documents as a person, a professional, a department, or an organization. To register for this webinar provided by
Notarius, the only provider of digital signatures approved by the Association, visit the event listing
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