Month: March 2021

Water & Wastewater Services Receive $50M from Manitoba Restart Program

The Manitoba government is investing nearly $50 million for essential water and waste-water services projects under the Manitoba Restart Program The funds come from the $500-million Manitoba Restart Program, an …

Manitoba Remains at ‘Critical’ on Pandemic Response System

Changes to public health orders go into effect March 26 and will expire on April 15

Province seeking feedback on next steps of reopening of services and activities.

The Manitoba government is seeking feedback from Manitobans on plans to move to the ‘restricted’ (orange) level on the Pandemic Response System and continue to restore safely services and activities …

Geothermal Energy Exploration in Yukon gets $2M Boost from Federal Government

The federal government is providing $2 million to the Yukon government to explore the potential of geothermal energy as a long-term renewable energy source for communities currently powered by diesel. …

Padraig Leadership Training: Productive Conflict

March 19 at 9am. Registration deadline is Tuesday, March 16th at noon.

MEIA Info Bulletin – March 2021

News and Upcoming Events

Go Green with Composting

By Eliza Maharjan, MEIA Student Chapter volunteer blogger

Province Provides Up to $1 Million to Forest and Fishery Sectors, Northern Development

Funding will begin this spring to enhance economic development opportunities in partnership with Indigenous and northern communities.

Manitoba Bridge Grant Application Deadline EXTENDED to March 31

Province issues third round of payments; increases budget by $15 million

New Manitoba Public Health Orders, Effective March 5

Cautious Reopening Continues with a Focus on Gradually Reopening Activities, Services While Protecting Manitobans’ Health and Safety

Remediation of Abandoned Ruttan Mine Underway

Province committing $45M to Dauphin-based Strilkiwski Contracting Ltd. (SCL) for remediation project