The City of Winnipeg is the capital of the province of Manitoba. Winnipeg is also located only 4 hours away from the Nation's Capital Ottawa.
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The Anxiety Disorders Association of Manitoba Inc. (ADAM) was formed in 1986 by and for people suffering from anxiety disorders.
The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of Manitoba was established by an act of legislation to regulate the profession of engineering in Manitoba on March 27, 1920.
Across the country, the Canadian Diabetes Association is leading the fight against diabetes by helping people with diabetes live healthy lives while we work to find a cure.
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) plays a leading role in protecting the national security interests of Canada by investigating and reporting on threats to the security of Canada.
CPAM is an independent non-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Association offers information, referral, support, advocacy and use of its library to anyone affected with CP or to those interested in or working with people affected by CP.
The Consumers' Association of Canada (CAC), founded in 1947, is an independent, not-for-profit, volunteer-based, charitable organization.
The Manitoba Association of Architects (MAA) is a self-governing professional association, mandated by the Province of Manitoba under The Architects Act to regulate the practice of architecture in the province.
The Manitoba Association of Parent Councils (MAPC) is an organization of school based parent groups throughout Manitoba. Most of those members are Parent Advisory Councils (PACs), Parent Councils, Advisory Councils for School Leadership (ACSL).
Our forests are a fragile resource. They are a valuable asset to our economy and a vital part of our environment, critical to wildlife, soil stability, water resources and life itself.
The MLCC (Manitoba Liquor Control Commission) is an agency of the province of Manitoba mandated with regulating, distributing and selling beverage alcohol in the province of Manitoba.
The Manitoba Municipal Administrators' Association (MMAA) will be recognized as a dynamic, action-orientated organization that municipal employees want to belong to since we focus on the needs of our membership and are committed to their professional development.
The Municipal Employees Benefits Program (MEBP or 'the Program') began on January 1, 1977. At that time, the Program consisted of a pension plan and a group insurance plan. On June 1, 1981 the Program was expanded to include a long-term disability plan (now the Disability Income Plan).
The National Research Council (NRC) is the Government of Canada's premier organization for research and development. We have been active since 1916.
A White Paper introducing the concept of an Ombudsman to investigate complaints from persons who feel they have been unfairly dealt with by government departments or agencies was presented to the Manitoba Legislature in December 1966.
The Paramedic Association of Manitoba operates as the professional association for registered Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers licensed in the province of Manitoba. Representing both rural and urban practitioners.
The Partnership of the Manitoba Capital Region has been meeting together since 1999 to: work together to develop a competitive, economically strong Capital Region; build strong civic leadership in the Capital Region and strengthen working relationships.
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Steven Fletcher is the Minister of State for Democratic Reform. In his role as Minister he is responsible for Senate reform legislation, House of Commons seat distribution, the creation of a Canadian agency to promote democracy abroad and many other initiatives surrounding voter turn-out.
The Mining Association of Manitoba Inc. (MAMI) was originally established in 1940 as the Mid-west Metal Mining Association and has represented the interests of the mining industry in Manitoba on a continuous basis since that time.
Serving the needs and promoting the common interests of the Canadian Lumber, building materials and hardgoods industry in Western Canada.
WAA employs over 160 highly trained airport specialists. We work out of 5 different locations: Administration Building, Air Terminal Building, Powerhouse, Field Electrical Centre and the Combined Services Building.