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Why wait for the thaw to practice your swing? Join us on April 27, 2017 from 3:00-7:00 p.m.!
• Private virtual golf bays
• Private driving range stations
• Taste teasing appetizers
• Draw for $100 Visa gift certificate
• All for $50 per person
1. Human Resources — What You Need to Know When Releasing Employees
(Dealing with Labour Laws and Regulations)
Breakfast Seminar to be led by Derek Rolstone MBA CHRP
Senior Consultant — LHH Knightsbridge Human Capital Solutions
and EAM Member
2. Strategic Planning/Succession Planning
Do you know where your business is headed? What will your business look like five years from now? Do you have a critical path and action plan?
Breakfast Seminar led by Steven Beal, President of Beal Business Brokers and Advisors
3. Substance Abuse in the Workplace and the Coming Legalization of Marijuana
Are you prepared and does your company have policies in place to deal with this? This
subject is gaining a lot of traction and business owners and managers have to know how to
operate and manage in this new environment.
Breakfast Seminar to be led by a team of Professionals from Vital Life, providing Workplace Health Solutions for Employers
the wish of
Friday, April 7, 2017
Canad Inn Polo Park
1405 St. Matthews
$100.00 (GST included)
Vital Life presents... Leaders for Workplace Psychological Safety Conference
8:00 a.m. — Noon (followed by Lunch)
2nd Floor, Banquet Room
Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada
958 Ferry Road, Winnipeg, MB
The EAM Workplace Safety and Health Committee, under the chairmanship of Jason Rice of McCaine Electric Ltd., is working on some innovative safety initiatives and potential programs to benefit member companies and the electrical industry. In order for the EAM to share this information and get feedback from those directly responsible for safety and health in your company, we require their contact information.
If you have not done so, it would be appreciated if you could contact the EAM office or email firstname.lastname@example.org with all contact information for the person(s) responsible for workplace safety and health in your organization at your earliest opportunity.
Get your workers up to speed with EAM's state of the art online training. Checkout the e-learning section of our website and get information and course outlines for the the following two programs:
• Full Workforce Arc Flash & Shock Training
• Electrical Safety Training System (ESTS) for Non-Electrical Worker Canada and USA — 2015.
Welcome to Premier Events PINT Series Battle of the Badges "BOTB" Tournament Group. Premier Events will be having annual celebrity hockey tournaments in most major cities such as Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Halifax and even Minneapolis. As part of this group, you will receive information pertaining to present and future hockey tournament events.
April 27-29, 2017: BOTB PINT Series Winnipeg will be underway. Similar to last year's tournament agenda, draft night will again be on Thursday (April 27) at 6:00 p.m. located at THE PINT, downtown Winnipeg. Make sure a minimum of six (6) team members are present for draft night (VIP team tables will be assigned) in order to take advantage of the NHL alumni player draft and multiple prizes throughout the evening. We encourage you invite your entire team, so everyone can get to know the NHL alumni and enjoy the evening. See ATTACHED to find more event details.
There will be two divisions this year at eight (8) teams per division. THE ISLANDERS DIVISION (30 years and older) and the HOCKEY HALL OF FAME DIVISION (18 years and older). Each division will have eight (8) teams that will battle towards playing in the championship game for the historic SHIELD CUP. Each team will be guaranteed a minimum of three games. If you lose a game, you can still have the opportunity to "BATTLE" your way back to the championship game. We will have HOPS PIZZA/LABBATTS BEER, snacks and other refreshments sold at South dale Community Centre from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Friday (28th) and 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday (29th).
Premier Events presents the following available NHL ALUMNI for this years BOTB PINT Winnipeg series...
1. Bryan Trottier
2. Bernie Nicholls
3. George Laraque
4. Morris Lukowich
5. Dave Babych
6. Wayne Babych
7. Dave Ellett
8. Mike Ford
9. Shane Hnidy
10. Jamie Leach
11. Russ Romaniuk
12. Troy Westwood
13. Ab McDonald
14. Bill Lesuk
15. Joe Daley
16. Warren Skorodenski (Goalie)
All teams interested in this tournament can pay online at our company's website www.premiereventscelebs.com using our PayPal or credit card payment methods. Just go to the upcoming events section. IF you want to guarantee a quick spot for the tournament, immediately e-transfer $100 (non-refundable) to email@example.com. I will hold your spot until March 31, 2017 when the remainder of the tournament payment is due.
Winnipeg Free Press
Manitoba Hydro said it expects to post a profit this year despite losing $26 million over the first nine months of its fiscal year.
According to its latest quarterly report, the Crown corporation attributed the loss to higher expenses, including financing costs, capital taxes and depreciation. Mitigating the loss were higher revenues from domestic and extra provincial electricity sales.
With the cold winter months still to be reported — the corporation's fiscal year ends March 31 — Hydro is projecting that it will earn a profit of $50 million this year, nearly identical to that of the previous year, when its net income totalled $49 million.
The city approved another $3.2 million to support a plaza at True North Square, while the province hinted it will soon answer a $6 million request for the same project.
Council's executive policy committee unanimously approved a plan to invest its share for a $9 million plaza around the $400 million mixed-use development, pending council approval.
"Tax-increment financing is a good way to leverage money that is mobile and doesn't necessarily have to be invested in Winnipeg," Mayor Brian Bowman said.
Manitoba might not exactly seem like a hub of climate policy debate in Canada. After all, the province's emissions are a mere blip on the national radar. In 2014, Manitoba only emitted 21.5 megatonnes (Mt) of carbon dioxide equivalent, less than three per cent of the country's total. By contrast, that same year Alberta emitted 237.8 Mt and Ontario contributed 170.2 Mt.
And despite not signing the Pan-Canada Framework in December, the provincial government is in the process of crafting a "Made-in-Manitoba Climate Action Plan" to fulfill national climate obligations.
Daily Commercial News
March is an uncomfortable time of year. Spring should arrive any day now, but we're wary.
What if spring is just a cruel joke?
It's a time of year when people start measuring snow packs, trying to determine whether they're going to be flooded or not.
That's especially true in Winnipeg, where the Red River chooses to misbehave often enough that local residents are edgy about the possibility every year. I was talking to someone in Winnipeg a few days ago, though, who told me the warm stretch in February melted enough snow that the flood worries melted along with it. Maybe.
Winnipeg Free Press
Have you ever travelled in an electric vehicle?
Don't worry if the answer is "no," you're not alone. Despite their many advantages, electric buses and cars are only a tiny fraction of the total number of vehicles on our roads. I'd like to change that, and with your help I think we can do it.
Just last month, I held a press conference calling on the provincial government to provide no-interest loans to municipalities, to help make electric buses more affordable. I also suggested that the same no-interest loans should be available to individual Manitobans, so that it's easier to go electric when they need a new car.
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