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The EAM is pleased to launch its newly revamped Member Loyalty Program. The companies involved in our program will provide preferred consideration on products or services. All program partners have been vetted by the EAM. Our website allows you to connect directly with our loyalty partners. A detailed offering will be added shortly to our Loyalty Program website page.
Our Loyalty Program is one of many benefits of an EAM membership. Very shortly, you will receive a membership card which must be presented when dealing with one of our loyalty partners.
The EAM is always looking for ways to enhance the membership experience!
For more details, click here.
EAM wishes to welcome it newest member, BlueSky LED. BlueSky is a leading provider of energy efficient LED Lighting and control solutions for commercial, industrial and residential customers. The experienced and qualified team of professionals bring over 100 years of combined knowledge to your project to ensure you maximize applicable rebates while getting the highest quality LED lighting available.
Dear EAM Member:
It's that time of year again to be out enjoying the sun and playing some golf! For 2016, we are thrilled to announce that the EAM Fall Golf Classic Golf Tournament will be held Elmhurst Golf & Country Club on Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016.
Only a 15-minute drive from Winnipeg, Elmhurst is considered Manitoba's premier golf and country club, offering beautiful surroundings, a modern clubhouse, an elegant banquet hall, a fully stocked pro shop, and an exciting course designed by Donald Ross whose name is synonymous with the very best in golf course design. Altogether, the Elmhurst Golf & Country Club offers everything that you would expect from a high quality Golf Club. Click here to read more about the Classic.
Click here to view the Registration form.
Click here to view the Sponsorship form.
Click here to view the full-size event poster.
Below minimum participant registration for this course to run has resulted in cancellation. Registrants will receive a 100 per cent refund. This course may be rescheduled in the November 2016 timeframe if enough interest generates viability. Our sincerest apologies.
Oct. 26-27, 2016
8:30 am — 4:30 p.m.
CENTRO CABOTA CENTRE, CLASSROOM #5
1055 WILKES AVENUE
(INSTRUCTOR — CHRIS REINERT, PEC)
Assessing & Finalizing the Tender consists of three parts designed to create an awareness of the various business principles involved in preparing a tender including calculations of overheads, mark-up theories, labour factors, evaluating risk factors, as well as the day-to-day concerns of a professional business operation. This course is perfect for the Professional Electrical Contractor to learn the various business principles involved in tender preparation.
Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016
Club Regent Event Centre
• Music provided by Rewind,
a great band playing
dancing music of
the 1960s and 1970s
• Entertainment by
Cocktails and Appetizers from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Dinner from 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Brian Glow @ 8:30-9:15 p.m.
Dancing with Rewind starts @ 9:30 to midnight
B. A. Robinson Co. Ltd.
On behalf of the shareholders, Matt, Kaley and myself, and with the full support of the Advisory
Board members, we are pleased to appoint Shea Robinson to the position of President, B. A.
Robinson Co. Ltd., effective June 17, 2016.
We would like to congratulate Shea on his new position and senior leadership role for the
company and look forward to working with him for the mutual success of employees and
shareholders of B. A. Robinson Co. Ltd.
Manitoba says it plans to overhaul how Crown corporations operate to save money and to make them more accountable.
The changes would affect Manitoba Hydro, Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries, Manitoba Public Insurance and the Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation.
The government says the changes are needed to improve how decisions are made and to more clearly spell out responsibilities and liabilities.
Journal of Commerce
An aging workforce and fewer young Canadians seeking careers in the trades are among the obstacles forcing contractors to look further afield — even outside of Canada — to secure labour. But in some regions an undeveloped source of workers might not be that far away.
"We have a large pool of untapped labour," says Molly McCracken, referring to unemployed indigenous people and newcomers in Winnipeg.
Pembina Valley Online
The Carman area is getting a $5 million upgrade to its hydro infrastructure.
Manitoba Hydro Public Affairs Manager Scott Powell says a new distribution supply centre is going up south of town at the intersection of PTH 3 and Road 33 North.
"(It's) part of our plan to re-power our province and begin replacing and upgrading our aging infrastructure."
Powell describes a distribution supply centre as a sort of underground substation, however is far less intrusive and more reliable.
The city has been given the green light to move forward with expropriating portions of 11 properties for the Waverley underpass, and the project is being put on the fast track. The decision was made public recently.
The city typically has to hold individual expropriation hearings with each property owner, which can be a time consuming process.
A new series of workshops is giving street youth and homeless veterans trades skills, and, organizers say, a "fresh start."
"What we're hoping for is to get these people off the street, give them something to do constructive... Boost their self confidence and also give them the idea that the community hasn't forgotten about them," said Patrick Belhumer, a Métis elder and president of the Urban Knights and Ladies Peace Patrol.
Taking turns merging near construction sites didn't do much to improve traffic flow in Winnipeg.
A "zipper merge" pilot test by the City of Winnipeg's public works department found a marginal number of drivers used the extra lane to merge, resulting in a minimal benefit to traffic flow.
The pilot, which was the brainchild of City Coun. Matt Allard, was conducted near two construction sites last summer — one at Lagimodiere Boulevard near Fermor Avenue and the other on Bishop Grandin Boulevard near Waverley Street.
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