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September 2, 2015
Lunch — 11:00 am
Shotgun start — 12:00pm
Dress code in effect!
Your individual entry fee of $190 plus GST ($199.50) or
team entry fee of $760 plus GST ($798.00) includes: Green fee, lunch, shared golf cart, dinner, tee box prizes, and a Texas scramble format shotgun start.
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contact Judy at 204-783-4125 or email email@example.com.
Golf registrations can be paid by cheque, Visa, or Mastercard.
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Take in the last Bomber game of the season from Toronto, against the Argonauts.
Investors Group Field Pinnacle Club
November 6th at 6:00 pm
Major prize draws: Grey Cup tickets and Bomber merchandise
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Silent auction sponsorship opportunities:
• Bronze $150
• Silver $300
• Gold $600
• Platinum $800
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The EAM continues to meet demand for 2015 CSA Codebooks, says Gord Macpherson, EAM Executive Director. The 2015 edition is available at the EAM office — call 204-783-4125. EAM member pricing is $194.25 with all taxes in and non-member pricing is $210.00, all taxes in. The Association accepts Visa, Mastercard or cheque. The EAM will be conducting a series of code seminars in the fall of 2015 with details at a later date.
The Electrical, Association of Manitoba has made an application to the WCB Research and Workplace Innovation program 2015 — Education & Training. The EAM proposal is for a Licensed Electrical Safety Program & Electrical Safety Program Training for Arc flash and Shock Hazard management.
"Our Association is very committed to education and training in general for workplace safety practices, but specifically on electrical hazards and safety education and management for electrical contractors," said Gord Macpherson, EAM Executive Director. "We have had a pilot project for arc flash training on our website for
some time now and this program is an outstanding learning opportunity.
We are partnered for this proposal with ESPS Electrical Safety Program Solutions Inc., who will provide a licensed Electrical
Safety Program to the EAM for use on a Province wide basis if our application is successful."
• Projected date the 2015 Winnipeg Electrical Bylaw is to be published and available for purchase/download (will contain Technical Interpretations and local amendments to the 2015 Canadian Electrical Code):
July 22, 2015*
• Projected dates of City of Winnipeg seminars to review Code changes:
Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 & Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015*
6:00 — 9:00 pm
Fort Rouge Leisure Centre gym, 625 Osborne St.
• Projected date for the coming into effect of the 2015 Winnipeg Electrical Bylaw:
Oct. 1, 2015*
*projected dates only; subject to change
Business News Network
Large swaths of Canada's prairie region are facing drought conditions that are hampering the economic prospects for an unusual spectrum of industries — everything from trucking companies that serve uranium mines to livestock operations scrambling to secure bales.
The dry spring and summer in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba has allowed wildfires to burn while crops wilt.
Canadian utility Manitoba Hydro seeks bids to perform head cover repairs and hoist frame modifications at the 250-MW Kelsey hydroelectric project on the Nelson River in Manitoba.
Kelsey has been undergoing major rehabilitation that began in 2006. The program includes turbine-generator work, mitigation of concrete alkali aggregate reactivity, and rehabilitation of cranes and other auxiliaries.
Lane closures in downtown Winnipeg are coming now that "major repair milestones" to the skywalk between the Delta Winnipeg Hotel and the RBC Winnipeg Convention Centre have been reached.
The city said recently that the contractor working on the project has now begun work to repair the skywalk, which includes installation of a temporary support system.
There will now be some lane closures to accommodate the shoring work.
The city has released its request for proposals for the second phase of the Southwest Rapid Transitway to the University of Manitoba.
Pre-approved bidders can now submit proposals incorporating price, design and management plans for building and maintaining the rapid bus transit route from Jubilee Avenue to the south Winnipeg campus. The completed first phase runs from downtown to Jubilee; buses then move onto Pembina Highway.
Building for Tomorrow trades and technology summer camp just wrapped up. The camp was open to all northern youth from 13-16, and it focused on showcasing different career options.
Alyssa Harman, the northern in-school program officer for Skills Canada Manitoba, had been travelling with the kids every day to a new business in the city.
Imagine you are at a construction site and a skilled tradesperson arrives on the scene. Did you picture a man or a woman? If you thought of a man, you would be right roughly 96 per cent of the time.
In Canada, women represent only four per cent of the construction trade workforce — a paltry figure Lisa Langevin is looking to beef up through Build Together, an organization founded to inform women of their career options in the skilled trades and offer mentorship and support for women in the industry.
The Guardian Nigeria
After lots of speculations and uncertainty, the Federal Government has renewed its contract with Manitoba Hydro International of Canada for the management of the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN).
The initial three-year contract period, which expires this month, has now been extended by one year.
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