Month: November 2021

Province Invites Applications for Building Sustainable Communities Grants

Applications are now being accepted for the 2022-23 Building Sustainable Communities (BSC) program, which helps to support important community development projects, Municipal Relations Minister Derek Johnson announced today. “Our government …

Province Introduces Multi-Year Permitting For Mineral Exploration

Work permits for mineral exploration outside of parks will now be valid for up to three years with the option for an additional two-year extension.

Clean Environment Commission Public Hearing To Be Held Regarding Silica Sand Extraction Project

The Manitoba Clean Environment Commission (CEC) will conduct a public hearing and review of an Environment Act proposal submitted by CanWhite Sands Corp. for a silica sand extraction project in …

CEWIL Innovation Hub (iHub) Call for Proposals

Co-operative Education & Work-Integrated Learning (CEWIL) is pleased to announce a call for proposals as part of its new CEWIL Innovation Hub (iHub), funded in part by the Government of …

New Public Health Orders in Manitoba

Due to rising COVID-19 cases, increased community transmission and a growing strain on the health-care system, Manitoba is taking additional steps to help curb the spread of the virus in …

Welcome to the MEIA Team Melissa Dorota!

Please join us in welcoming MEIA’s new Industry Workforce Development Manager, Melissa Dorota! Melissa has a B.A. in Environmental Studies and a B.A. in Political Science. With 15 years of …

Retrain Manitoba Launched to Reimburse Employers for Training Costs

Businesses are eligible to apply immediately for up to $2,500 per employee to a maximum of $75,000 per company

Canada at the COP26 Summit: Announcement of Enhanced Climate Action to Cut Pollution

The Prime Minister today announced Canada’s enhanced plans to support the global phase-out of thermal coal, help developing countries transition to clean fuel alternatives as quickly as possible, and reduce …