Yearly Renewals


Your membership expires each year. You must renew it annually.

Member TypeMembership Year
Student MemberOct 1 - Sept 30
InternJan 1 - Dec 31
Professional Member
(excluding Temporary Licence)*
Jan 1 - Dec 31

* Temporary Licensees cannot renew membership. You must submit an Application for Admission annually.
   See > Step 6: Professional Member Registration

IMPORTANT To transfer to a non-practising status or resign membership, see > Special Status

To apply for dues relief, see > Application for Dues Relief (PDF)

Renewal Process

1. Notice Given

You will receive a renewal notice by mail prior to your renewal deadline, sent to your preferred mailing address on file. Make sure this address is kept up-to-date. Your notice will include:

  • Renewal deadline
  • Renewal fee
  • Payment options

2. Renewal Form

Login to and renew online OR complete the paper renewal form:

3. Payment

Pay your renewal fee. If you miss the renewal deadline, a late fee will be applied.
See > Fees for details.

4. Delivery

Submit your renewal form and fee online or by mail, fax, or in person:

Accounting and Membership Coordinator
Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba
870 Pembina Highway
Winnipeg, MB
R3M 2M7

F: 204.474.5960

Next Step

Upon receipt of your renewal form and payment, we will mail you a letter to confirm your renewal.

Notice of Resignation

If you decide not to renew your membership in Manitoba, you must provide notice of resignation to remain in good standing. Resignation without notice results in de-registration, which has consequences if you later decide to reapply. See Special Status for details.

Failure to Renew

The absolute deadline to renew your membership is January 31st. (Students December 31st)

Student Members who fail to renew:

  • Must rewrite the ABC Test to become an Intern
  • Can no longer claim pre-graduation work experience free of charge

Interns who fail to renew:

  • Must reapply should they wish to reinstate

Professional Members who fail to renew:

  • Will have their name removed from the Association register
  • Can no longer use the designations P.Eng. or P.Geo
  • Can no longer legally practise Professional Engineering or Geoscience in Manitoba
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