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Geoscientists Canada is involved on behalf of the profession through participation in the project’s Advisory Committee.Read More »A report titled "Access to Engineering Education in the Province of Manitoba", produced by Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba's Engineering Education Task Group, is now available on the Association website.

Read More »Ingenium, the Association's conference, was held October 25-28, 2016 at the Fort Garry Hotel.

Themed on 'Great Expectations', the conference offered five different seminar tracks, giving attendees a wide variety of options and learning experiences. Jayas has been recognized by Tamil Nadu Agricultural University in India.

Read More »Canada’s universities welcome changes to the Express Entry system which will make it easier for international students, researchers, and academics to become permanent residents to Canada, and enhance our reputation as a welcoming and diverse nation.

Read More »The Faculty of Engineering’s Access Program (ENGAP) is thrilled to announce that Kyle Monkman, a 23 year old Metis engineering student has won the Manitoba Aboriginal Youth Achievement Award (MAYAA) for the Senior Academic category, and Emma Gillespie, a 17 year old Metis engineering student from Selkirk has won the MAYAA for the Junior Academic category.

Read More »Engineers Canada is seeking nominations for its 2018 scholarships, consisting of six cash prizes totalling $60,000, which are awarded to professional engineers returning to university or college.

Read More »The Faculty of Engineering at the University of Manitoba is seeking ideas and interest from the professional engineering and geoscience community to assist in initiatives that support Indigenous students and that foster Indigenous Knowledge, perspectives, and design principles in their programs.

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 Manitoba government is partnering with school divisions and industry sectors to host a series of forums in Winnipeg, Beausejour and The Pas encouraging girls to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and other non-traditional skilled trades, Sport, Culture and Heritage Minister Rochelle Squires, minister responsible for the status of women, announced on November 4.

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