Due to production delays, the 2022 member validation
stickers will be mailed to practising members in January.
Did you know that the Assosication added two new award
categories this year? The Innovation Award, which is intended to recognize
engineers or geoscientists who have shown innovation though the advent of new
technologies, and the Student Achievement Award, which recognizes an
undergraduate engineering or geoscience student (or group of students) who have
shown excellence in their field of study. Nominations for these awards and the
rest of the award categoies for 2022 will open in the new year. To learn more
about awards criteria and this year's winners, check out the Awards
Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development is leading
the development of a new provincial Water Management Strategy. Feedback was
collected in July and August regarding the drafted strategy framework,
specifically on the proposed vision statement, guiding principles, and focus
areas. The provincial government has released the survey
, which is now available on EngageMB's website.
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
first sessions in January, with more sessions planned every second Thursday throughout the year.
The Registration Committee (RC) is currently seeking
mid-career practitioners with oversight/management experience and expertise in
mining, mechanical/HVAC, geological engineering, or geoscience
join the committee. RC reports to Council and is responsible for conducting
the final review for members and interns who are moving forward towards final
registration. Meetings are held virtually over the lunch hour. For more
information about this position, please see the
call for volunteers
for full details.
This session will provide participants with an understanding of the application of Subsection 3.2.8. Mezzanines and Openings Through Floor Assemblies of the 2015 National Building Code of Canada.
For more information on course content and to register, please see the event listing
This course, hosted by Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba, is the eighth 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. The intention of this session is to provide attendees with a general understanding of codes, standards and regulations as well as where to go for further information. Review the event listing
detailed information about the course, including the recommended pre-requisites, and to register online.