Green and Sustainable Procurement and Supply Chain Panel
March 22, 2022
MEIA is excited to partner with Public Services & Procurement Canada and Supply Chain Manitoba to bring you this free webinar. The panel will discuss the Greening Government Strategy Cabinet Directive, Green & Clean Tech Commitments and Green Procurement Requirements, as well as green and sustainable procurement activities in the Western Region.
- Stefanie Bowles, Project Manager, Green and Clean Technology Procurement Team
Strategic Policy Sector, Public Services and Procurement Canada
- MaryAnn McCreight-Balshaw, MSc, CPPB,
Advisor, Contract Quality Assurance, Business Advisory Services / Western Region
Public Services and Procurement Canada / Government of Canada
- Kris Ruiter, Chief, Stakeholder Engagement
Procurement Assistance Canada of Public Services and Procurement Canada in Western Region
Indigenous Business and the 5% of Federal Contracts
March 15, 2022
MEIA is excited to partner with Public Services & Procurement Canada and Supply Chain Manitoba to bring you this free webinar, Indigenous Business and the 5% of Federal Contracts.
Mike Ricci, Senior Program Officer at Indigenous Services Canada
Kris Ruiter is the Chief, Stakeholder Engagement, Procurement Assistance Canada of Public Services and Procurement Canada in Western Region
Cherry Riley, Western Regional Service Line Leader, Contract Services at Defence Construction Canada
Myth Busting Federal Procurement Workshop
March 1, 2022
MEIA is excited to partner with Public Services & Procurement Canada and Supply Chain Manitoba to bring you this free webinar, Myth Busting Federal Procurement. The webinar will cover the fundamentals of federal procurement – how much they buy, what they buy, who they buy from, and more.
What You Will Learn:
- Fundamentals of federal procurement
- Small business opportunities
- Supplier Registration
- Leverage data – Supply chain opportunities
Presenter: Kris Ruiter is the Chief, Stakeholder Engagement, Procurement Assistance Canada of Public Services and Procurement Canada in Western Region. The office’s role is to help companies learn what products & services the Government of Canada buys and how the procurement processes work. Kris brings a variety of both public and private sector experience to the role with Procurement Assistance Canada.
Info Session: Recommendations for the Contaminated Sites Remediation Act
November 30, 2021
– Warren Rospad, Contaminated Sites Program Specialist, Manitoba Conservation and Climate
– Serge Scrafield, Chair, Manitoba Clean Environment Commission
In December 2020, the Clean Environment Commission published the Review of Legislation and Programs for Sites Impacted by Development. Manitoba Conservation and Climate will be holding an information session about the thirteen recommendations that were made under the Contaminated Sites Remediation Act.
The report includes:
• the background and current state of legislation and programming addressing contamination and degradation of sites across Canada;
• a review of management approaches associated with orphaned and abandoned mining and oil and gas sites;
• an in-depth assessment of Manitoba’s legislation and programs; and
• options and recommendations for program improvements in Manitoba.
Following the information session MEIA will be initiating a formal feedback process for all interested stakeholders to provide comments, concerns and questions of clarity on the thirteen recommendations focused on the Contaminated Sites Remediation Act.
MEIA Remediation Conference 2021
June 9, 2021
Province of Manitoba Regulatory Update – Warren Rospad, Manitoba Conservation & Water Stewardship
Risk Based Consulting for Property Clean Up – Theresa Phillips, Pinchin Ltd.
Somerset District Office ESA and Remediation – David Fehr, Manitoba Hydro
Manitoba Permitting for Residential Geothermal Installations
May 4, 2021
Presented by MEIA and the Manitoba Geothermal Energy Alliance.
The Manitoba Geothermal Energy Alliance (MGEA) requires accredited installers to take out a permit for all geothermal installations. Accredited installers need to remain in good standing to qualify for Manitoba Hydro loans and Provincial grants; as a requirement for accredited installers, failure to take out permits can affect their membership status resulting in consumers being unable to obtain these loans and grants. This course provides live instruction on the process of how to fill out MGEA permits
Indigenous Clean Energy Webinar
November 18, 2020
During this webinar, we will take closer look at how Indigenous communities and peoples are leading the way for Canada’s clean energy transition. The session will be hosted by the Indigenous Clean Energy Social Enterprise (ICE) – Canada’s leading non-profit for Indigenous clean energy capacity-building. ICE will discuss how they have helped advance broad sustainable prosperity by supporting First Nation, Inuit and Métis clean energy participation and leadership from coast-to-coast-to-coast. ICE is an open and inclusive community where Indigenous peoples and allies strengthen their capacity and relationships by engaging in intensive collaboration to make clean energy projects a reality.
Presenters: Eryn Stewart, Terri Lynn Morrison, and Darrell Brown
Optimizing Geothermal Design Webinar
October 14, 2020
Presented by MEIA & ManSEA
Find out about what a geothermal heat pump system is, important considerations in designing a system, success stories (and examples of why a design was not as successful as it could have been), design process, feasibility assessment software and the benefits of monitoring ground heat exchanger performance over the life of the building. Presented by Ed Lohrenz, GEOptimize Inc. and Eric Souque, Efficiency Manitoba.
The First Biomass Boiler in a Public School in Manitoba – Primary Heat Source
June 10, 2020
Presented by MEIA & ManSEA
Claude Plante, Facility Maintenance and Safety Supervisor at Prairie Rose School Division, and Nathan Waldner, Mechanical Department Manager and Service Technician at SIM Enterprises, Lowe Farm, Manitoba, describe how they are using biomass energy to replace fossil fuels to heat school division facilities at St. Eustache, Manitoba. For anyone considering the use of biomass as a heat source for your community infrastructure this is an excellent opportunity to learn how to do it.