MEIA COVID-19 Working Group and Resource List


Important notice to governments, community leaders, business managers, authorities and other industry Sector Council representatives: The Manitoba Environmental Industries Association has members who are experts in providing non-medical COVID-19 clean up, environmental testing, and decontamination services!  ON April 29 the Government of Manitoba released a plan for easing the pandemic emergency measures and presented a cautious path forward.

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

Province Seeks Feedback on Manitobans’ Reopening Priorities


With emergence of variants of concern, focus has to be on reopening cautiously and safely while protecting Manitobans

The Manitoba Mineral Development Fund (MMDF) Call for Applications


Up to $50,000 towards short term projects and up to $300,000 towards medium- or long-term projects available.

Province Launches Organics Green Impact Bond


Aim to reduce organics in landfills to lower the production of methane and create new, clean-growth job opportunities.

2021 MEIA Renewables Survey


We want to hear from you!

New MB Public Health Orders Effective February 12


Following feedback from Manitobans and public health leaders, the province is loosening restrictions while ensuring protocols are in place