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Engineers Canada participates in sharing circle on Indigenous engineering education in Canada

Four event participants in front of Cumberland HouseAt the Canadian Engineering Education Assocation Annual Conference, held in Toronto, ON,

Celebrating innovating: 150 years of Canadian engineering

What does canal design have in common with telecommunications and artificial intelligence?

Canada is a wide and varied land. From Nunavut to Nova Scotia, the nation sprawls across vast distances, offering diverse terrain and dispersed population.

2017-2018 Future City Competition to ask students to design age-friendly cities

Students showing their Future City model to other studentsDiscoverE has announced its theme for the 2017-2018 Future City Competition.

Announcement Russ Kinghorn Appointed Engineers Canada President

Engineers Canada is pleased to welcome Russ Kinghorn, MBA, FEC, P.Eng., IntPE, as its president for the 2017–2018 term.

2017 Engineers Canada Award Recipients Announced

On Thursday, eight engineers from across Canada will receive top honours for their contributions to the engineering profe

Dean Ishwar Puri elected Chair of NCDEAS

At the spring meeting of the National Council of Deans of Engineering and Applied Science (NCDEAS) from April 27-29, 2017, in Ottawa, ON, the Council elected a new Chair. Dean Ishwar K. Puri of McMaster University takes over for Dean Greg Naterer of Memorial University.

Engineers Canada recognized for its climate change adaptation and resilience work

In recognition of the work its efforts to integrate climate change risks and adaptation in engineering work, Engineers Canada was a recipient of the Climate Change Business Journal’s 9th

Workshop to equip engineers with tools to assess climate risk to infrastructure

On June 13, 2017, Engineers Canada will host a one-day workshop in Toronto, ON, that will provide participants with a practical tool and process that systematically assesses the risks of current and future climate on public infrastructure.

Supreme Court rules on mandatory CPD

In a decision last month, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that professional regulatory bodies can continue to suspend practitioners who fail to fulfil the continuing professional development (CPD) requirements it establishes.

Engineering Change Lab receives $420,000 grant from J.W. McConnell Family Foundation

The board of the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation has approved the Engineering Change Lab’s grant application for $420,000 of funding over the next four years.

2017 Engineers Canada Award recipients to be honoured in St. John’s

engineers canada awards logoOTTAWA, April 20, 2017 – Engineers Canada is pleased to announce this year’s eight winners of the annual Engineers Canada

Engineers Canada named a Top Employer in the National Capital Region

National Capital Region’s top employers logo

Engineers Canada has been recognized as one of the 2017 National Capital Region’s Top Employers.

Register today: Engineers Canada courses to equip engineers with climate resilience skills

Two upcoming courses offered by Engineers Canada will educate engineers on the legal implications and on asset management issues associated with their practice

Stephanie Price: Here’s why we must encourage girls to pursue STEM

By: Stephanie Price, P.Eng., CAE, Engineers Canada Interim CEO

New PEO PEAK program a unique and innovative alternative to competence assurance reporting

As of March 31, 2017, renewal notices to all engineering licence holders in Ontario will contain a request from Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) encouraging participation in a new competence assurance program.

UNESCO and WomEng launch One Million Girls in STEM campaign

UNESCO and WomEng have together committed to reach one million girls through STEM education and awareness initiatives in at least 10 regions in the next 10 years.


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