U of M wins the 4th CSDC!

U of M wins the 4th CSDC!

Originally published by CSDCMS on June 28th 2018 Congratulations to the University of Manitoba team, which earned First Place in this fourth offering of the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge! The CSDC launch simulation testing took place at the Canadian Space...
A Procurement Story… with a twist!

A Procurement Story… with a twist!

On January 18th, the MAI met for their quarterly Aerospace industry update. The meeting was well attended, with almost over 75 people in attendance. The keynote presentation for this meeting explored a unique take on procurement. The presenter, Nicole Verkindt –...
Northern lights at GLACIER

Northern lights at GLACIER

When we think of the Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, we somehow think that they are not that far away, perhaps only a few kilometers up. The Northern Lights are actually generated from distances of 100 to more than 240 kilometers above the Earth....
New type of northern lights discovered, named Steve

New type of northern lights discovered, named Steve

Originally published on by mlive.com by Mark Torregrossa on October 6th 2017 Northern lights enthusiasts have discovered a new type of northern lights, and named it Steve. You might wonder what Steve means. At first it didn’t mean anything. It was just a name....
The Churchill Rocket Research Range

The Churchill Rocket Research Range

by Frances Koncan, September 6th 2017 In March 2017, a blizzard of unprecedented size hit the town of Churchill, Manitoba and the surrounding area. Lasting over three days, the blizzard created white-out conditions and brought emergency services to a halt. I was an...
EnviroTREC presents at ENGAP

EnviroTREC presents at ENGAP

ENGAP (Engineering Access Program) is Canada’s best know engineering school for supporting and developing Indigenous students. This past week the ENGAP program invited presenters from Magellan Aerospace, Standard Aero, Boeing Winnipeg and EnviroTREC to discuss how...