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Professional Development Opportunity: United Way presents Patricia Hardy, MA, ACFRE for the Art & Science of Philanthropy

All six sessions will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Learning Centre at United Way, 580 Main Street (visitor parking in rear) and participation in the course will be limited to 22 people. Cost to register: $345 per participant. Session dates: Thursday, March 15, 2018, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm Thursday, March […]

Professional Development Opportunity: Climate Change in Ecological Restoration online course

Upcoming ONLINE course in Climate Change:   ER505: Climate Change in Ecological Restoration (online) Climate Change has implications for how we plan and practice ecological restoration. In this ONLINE course you will explore the impact of climate change on restoration through course activities and current thinking. The course can be taken for professional development or as […]

Got an article for the next Eco-Journal? We’d love to have a look!

It’s almost my first year anniversary as the editor of the Manitoba Eco Network’s Eco-Journal. It is has been an absolute pleasure working with the staff and talented contributors to build four great editions (and counting!).   As I ponder the great fall dilemmas, such as “to rake, or not to rake,” or vacuum up […]

job opportunity – Administrative Assistant, Stantec

Your Opportunity: Whatever the distance, wherever the destination—our designs lead you there. Our Transportation group provides comprehensive planning, design, and engineering services for all phases of airport, bridge, rail, roadway, and transit projects. Join our team and help us keep communities connected.

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Why you should buy a real Christmas tree

In the beloved television classic A Charlie Brown Christmas, Charlie chooses a natural Christmas tree over an artificial one. Charlie’s choice is heartwarming. It’s also a sounder decision for environmental, health, and economic reasons. Purchasing a natural tree is better for the environment. Natural trees are typically grown for eight to 10 years before being […]

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