Read More »The Province of Manitoba is proposing a series of initiatives as part of a new watershed-based policy framework to streamline and coordinate provincial programs and initiatives in the geographic context of watersheds.Read More »CME has launched a survey aimed at identifying the challenges women face in advancing their careers in manufacturing, the perception of manufacturing as a career option for women, and the barriers that impede women-led manufacturing firms.
Read More »The Planning Property and Development Department has launched an online occupancy permit search tool.
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The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP), in partnership with the Manitoba Professional Planners Institute (MPPI), is hosting its 2018 National Conference in Winnipeg in July 2018.
The university conferred a doctor of science degree on Jayas at its 37th Convocation on Oct. Read More »The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) — who handle the criminal record checks of federal government contractors — is retiring name-based record checks in favour of mandatory electronic fingerprinting.
This means that contractors working in construction or real property activities in the federal government will have to be fingerprinted as part of the security screening process.
All professionals involved in city and community building are invited to join planners from across Canada in dialogue about the core issues that shape our communities. Read More »Project submissions are being sought for the 2018 Prairie Wood Design Awards.
Nominations are welcome from design firms, individuals, and communities with accomplishments in wood construction.
Please click here for more information on Bill C-243 and how you can help support the Bill as it approaches debate in the House of Commons this month.
Read More »Engineers Canada has added a case law catalogue and a guidelines catalogue to its website, making reference material easily available and searchable to engineering regulators, policy-makers, and stakeholders.
Read More »An important national HR survey of Canada’s mineral exploration sector has lunched on April 12.