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MAA e-Bulletin September No.1 Every building has an Architect. Cabin at Little Deer | Architect: Jac Comeau.

Every building has an Architect. Cabin at Little Deer | Architect: Jac Comeau.

The Winnipeg Design Festival

Sept 21-29, 2012

The Winnipeg Design Festival celebrates and promotes contemporary architecture, planning, design and art in the city of Winnipeg. WDF cultivates and shares Winnipeg’s rich community of talented and creative individuals; and the products of their creative processes of design and making. WDF also strives to build and cultivate interdisciplinary relationship and partnerships with industry and like-minded organizations and institutes that promote the value of good design of art, objects, architecture, and the greater built environment.

Visit http://www.winnipegdesignfestival.net/ for a complete schedule.

The Winnipeg Design Festival is an initiative of Storefront Manitoba Inc.

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Manitoba Design Exchange 2012 a table top trade show

Thursday October 4, 2012

This is your chance to meet with industry suppliers and resource specialists. Explore exhibits, view new and established product lines, mingle with colleagues at a cocktail reception and walk away with one of the many sponsored door prizes! Refreshments and hors d'oeuvres will be served. Mark the date on your calendar now and plan on attending!

Please RSVP before September 30, 2012 http://conta.cc/Uf37ms

Where: Wellington Ballroom Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre 1808 Wellington Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3H 0G3 Driving Direction

When: Thursday October 4, 2012 CEU Seminars: 2:00 PM to 5:30 PM Trade Show: 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM

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SDCB280: Core Sunlighting - registration now open

October 4, 2012 Registration Deadline

Architecture Canada | RAIC is pleased to offer a new continuing education course this fall developed by the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) entitled Core Sunlighting Illumination in Buildings - an Architectural Approach. The course, directed at Architects and allied built-environment professionals, examines the application of core sunlighting approaches and technologies in commercial buildings as sustainable strategies to reduce energy costs, offset greenhouse gas, and provide a substantially improved indoor environment in workplaces. The course will be offered in a traditional classroom style October 4, 2012 with site tours of the technology on BCIT's Burnaby Campus and on UBC's Point Grey Campus.

To register: https://portal.raic.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=17

Information and registration for on-line sessions to be offered Nov.24-Dec.1, 2012 and Jan.19-26, 2013 should be available on the RAIC web site by mid-October.

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CHOP: Bundle pricing is back just in time for ExAC

CHOP (Second Edition), the definitive reference for the architectural practice in Canada underwent a complete revision after 10 years to bring it into the digital age. More than 50 checklists - digital-era ready, including one for Integrated Design Process for Retrofitting Buildings Up-to-date references Current contacts and practice advice The latest provincial statistics and regulations Get the complete package - hardcopy with CD and online access for one low price - $199 shipping included. Don't miss this limited time offer.

Order now! https://portal.raic.org/products?term_node_tid_depth=4

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New Rules on Experience Effective July 1, 2012

In an effort to fall in line at the national level, the MAA Council has agreed to adopt a policy, whereby back-entering or retroactive entry of experience gained prior to admission as an Intern, will no longer be permitted. (It should be noted that the policy will not apply to internationally educated individuals, who frequently need considerable time to obtain CACB certification and qualify for admission to the Intern Program.)

The policy will take effect on July 1, 2012. The MAA would request the assistance of all employers, to ensure that any and all employees who might be affected, are advised accordingly.

About the e-Bulletin

The e-Bulletin is published semi-monthly as an informational resource to members of the Manitoba Association of Architects. Send your events and notices directly to Jason Robbins (jasonrobbins@shaw.ca). As well, if you would like to submit an image for the Every building has an Architect series, you can send them directly to Jason Robbins. Include all applicable credits including architect and photo; images should be 800px x 600px or less.

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