Month: October 2021

Hudbay Expands Operations in Manitoba

Hudbay plans to significantly expand its operations in Snow Lake over the next few years. The New Britannia expansion will include the refurbishing of the gold plant and adding a …

Province Acquires Mobile Air-Monitoring Station

The Manitoba government has purchased a new mobile air-monitoring station that will allow enhanced responsiveness to environmental emergencies and support better air quality across the province, Conservation and Climate Minister …

Province Announces $1 Million for Green Projects Through Conservation and Climate Fund

The Manitoba government is awarding $1 million in grants from the Conservation and Climate Fund to nine organizations for green projects throughout the province. Manitoba launched the Conservation and Climate …

Upcoming Retrain Manitoba Launch

In preparation for Manitoba to move to the next stage of economic recovery and as a result of funding provided by the Province of Manitoba, YES! Winnipeg and the Manitoba …

Introducing Linda Coady, Keynote Speaker at MEIA Emerging Issues Conference 2021

Linda Coady is the executive director of the Pembina Institute, Canada’s foremost think tank on energy and environmental issues. Linda has broad leadership experience in sustainable development in multiple sectors, …

Manitoba Moves to Restricted (Orange) Level on Pandemic Response System

Manitoba is taking additional steps to protect Manitobans and maintain health services, including non-COVID-19 care, during a fourth wave of the pandemic, Health and Seniors Care Minister Audrey Gordon and …

Province Releases Information on Fish Stock Assessments

The Manitoba government is releasing progress reports of the status of fish populations within the Lake Manitoba and Lake Winnipegosis fisheries, Agriculture and Resource Development Minister Ralph Eichler announced today. …