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2018.04.17 Qualifications Board celebrates milestone meeting
The Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board celebrated its 100th meeting on April 17, 2018.
2018.04.03 Engineers and Geoscientists BC to talk climate resiliency in upcoming professional development courses
Engineers and Geoscientists BC, in collaboration with BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium has developed the Climate-Resilient Design Seminar Series, three day-long seminars in the lower mainland, Kelowna and Prince George. These will cover the professional practice guideline Developing Climate Change: Resilient Designs for Highway Infrastructure in BC (Interim) and outline in detail the professional responsibilities in considering climate change and extreme weather events in infrastructure project design.
2018.03.23 Board approves updates to the National Guideline on Site Remediation
After extensive regulator consultation and work by the Qualifications Board and Environment and Sustainability Committee, the Engineers Canada Board recently approved a revised National Guideline on Site Remediation.
2018.03.20 Stephanie Price speaks on 30 by 30 at ANCWT session
Stephanie Price, P.Eng., CAE, Chief Operating Officer of Engineers Canada, presented on 30 by 30—Engineers Canada’s initiative to raise the percentage of newly licensed engineers who are women to 30 percent by the year 2030—at the Advancing New Canadian Women in Technology (ANCWT) sessions at the University of Ottawa on Friday, March 9, 2018.
2018.03.06 National Engineering Month events in the news
National Engineering Month invites young people across Canada to explore some the many different ways that people can get interested and involved in engineering. A number of recent news stories and upcoming events illustrate the wide range of fun, hands-on activities being organized from coast to coast to coast this month.

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