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Friday, April 7, 2017
Canad Inn Polo Park
1405 St. Matthews
$100.00 (GST included)
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
Saying Goodbye Better: What you need to know when releasing employees
Presented by Derek
Rolstone, MBA, CHRP
Stone HR Strategies
May 4, 2017
Magellan Room — Hilton Hotel
1800 Wellington Avenue, Winnipeg
breakfast and morning
Presented by Steven Beal of Beal Business Brokers & Advisors
May 18, 2017
Hilton Hotel — Magellan Room
8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
**Light breakfast included**
Who Gets the Business?
It's the unspoken and highly charged questions that hangs in the air and the answer is often last-minute and ill-considered. When businesses face the issue early on, they can save much heartache and upset, as well as avoiding legal and taxation pitfalls.
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. I will hold your spot until March 31, 2017 when the remainder of the tournament payment is due.
Winnipeggers are being cautioned about a man who falsely posed as a Manitoba Hydro worker and claimed he needed to check a homeowner's furnace.
The man was wearing a Hydro uniform — jacket, shirt, and dark-coloured pants — and recently went to a home on Island Shore Boulevard, in the Island Lakes neighbourhood, police said.
He told the homeowner he was there to "check if the furnace was up to code," police said.
One of the things I love most about my job is that every week, I get to look at what I've created. Every week is a new adventure with tangible results, I can flip through the pages and see the results of our work. If you've ever built something from scratch or made something broken work, you know the satisfaction that comes from the skilled trades. Not just that, but you also know how important they are.
Despite the vital importance of skilled tradespeople to all facets of our lives and economy, there continues to be a shortage of young people entering a career in the trades. With boomers getting set to retire, shortages are expected in a number of areas.
High times are coming to Canada. Sources tell CTV News the Federal Government plans to introduce legislation by April 20th to legalize marijuana, with it becoming legal by Canada Day 2018.
"We do not have legislation tabled yet, so I don't want to prejudge what that legislation is going to look like," said Federal Health Minister Jane Philpot.
The Winnipeg Construction Association will be waiting to see. "The construction industry, I think like any other industry where safety is a real priority, we have concerns about legalization," said Colin Fast.
Winnipeg Free Press
It was just last spring, on Earth Day as a matter of fact, that Manitoba Hydro announced its solar energy program.
This offered grants, loans and financial incentives for both residential and commercial customers to install solar systems. Not just for their own electricity needs though, as Hydro will buy back any surplus power generated. So the timing was right for a solar power conference in Winnipeg.
Core Energy, a local company specializing in solar power, organized just that with their energy summit that took place at four locations around town earlier this month.
Greendell Park Community Centre is set for an upgrade, thanks to a $330,000 investment from the province and city.
The two levels of government will each pay half the renovation tab, with construction slated to wrap up this summer. The work includes a new electrical distribution system; a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning system in the centre's office, board rooms, lobby, kitchen and gymnasium; a new ventilation system in the day care and dressing rooms; and a new suspended ceiling in the lobby.
50 Minthorn Blvd.Suite 800, Thornhill, Ontario L3T 7X8