On New Year's Eve of 2003, Esplanade Riel, Winnipeg's new pedestrian bridge, opened to foot traffic. The pedestrian bridge was part of the $72 million Provencher Twin Bridges project,
which included a new four-lane divided vehicular bridge as well as new roadways and sidewalks. To learn more about this award-winning structure, see the news story
This is a reminder for those in the General, Licensee, and Specified Scope of Practice Licensee member categories that the deadline to record ProDev activities for the
2018 to 2020 evaluation period is December 31, 2020. Please log in to your online profile
and record your activities if you have not already done so.
Need additional ProDev hours?
It's not too late to access the Ingenium On-Demand Library which includes all the live and exclusively recorded sessions from Ingenium 2020.
Registration to access over 15 hours of professional development is open until January 8, 2021. For more information, visit the Ingenium website
The Association is seeking nominations for its 2021 Awards. Honours are presented in a variety of categories and recognize outstanding Manitoba engineers and geoscientists,
teams, and employers. Information about the awards and award nomination forms can be found on our website
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba, in partnership with Natural Resources Canada and the Manitoba Government, is working to achieve the objectives of the Building Regional Adaptation Capacity and Expertise
(BRACE) Program. The project team will help design a comprehensive training course to enable engineers and other infrastructure decision-makers to integrate climate resiliency into their designs and practice. To learn more about the BRACE Program,
see the news story
Too much time on your hands over the holidays?
Write an article for The Keystone Professional
for the chance to win $500 towards your engineering or geoscience studies!
For more information, see the news story
The Nominating Committee assists Council in identifying election candidates who meet the criteria for councillors as described in the Governance Policy in a manner consistent
with the Act and By-laws and taking into consideration the broadest possible diversity of the membership. The Committee is recruiting for five new
members: one intern (engineering or geoscience) and four professional members, one of which needs to be a professional geoscientist.
Please see the call for volunteers
for full details.