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Apr 12, 2021
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Certified GeoExchange Design (CGD) Course

This course normally runs for $2,800 – MEIA is pleased to be able to offer this course at a significantly reduced rate for MEIA Members…

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Apr 14, 2021

MEIA AGM & 30 Year Anniversary Celebration

Please join us in celebrating MEIA’s 30 year anniversary at our virtual Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, April 14, 2021. The celebration will include a…

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Apr 27, 2021
May 4, 2021

Introduction to Environmental Law in Manitoba

The course will provide an overview of the Canadian legal framework including the history of environmental law, basic purpose and nature of environmental law, and…

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May 4, 2021

Manitoba Permitting for Residential Geothermal Installations

In partnership with the Manitoba Geothermal Energy Alliance

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Photo Courtesy of Boke Consulting. Taken in Northlands Dënesųłiné First Nation.

Since 1991 the Manitoba Environmental Industries Association (MEIA) has worked to advance environmental and clean technology opportunities in Manitoba through networking, education and support. In 2019 MEIA was approved under Manitoba’s Sector Council Program and now has a broader mandate to develop and deliver workforce training and support to Manitoba’s Natural Resources, Energy and Environment industries.


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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…

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Manitoba Remains at ‘Critical’ on Pandemic Response System

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

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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…

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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…

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Photo Courtesy of Boke Consulting. Taken in Northlands Dënesųłiné First Nation.

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