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David A. Ennis

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Engineer.

A retired professional engineer and former Executive Director & Registrar of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Manitoba, he has experience as an operations manager of a heavy construction company. His 2011 Masters degree in engineering at the University of Manitoba included a thesis on the history of the Winnipeg Aqueduct.

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

Pressure to Act: The Shoal Lake Aqueduct and the Greater Winnipeg Water District
Manitoba History, Number 72, Spring-Summer 2013

Not All Down Hill From There: The Shoal Lake Aqueduct and the Greater Winnipeg Water District
Manitoba History, Number 75, Summer 2014

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