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Accreditation renewal activities gaining momentum

Through the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board, one of Engineers Canada’s core functions is the accreditation of undergraduate engineering programs in Canada.

Driving WinTech: Cross-country tour seeks to elevate women in tech

This September, Women in Tech World kicked-off a cross-country fact-finding mission as part of their quest to elevate women in tech.

Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) Credential Course Continuing Professional Development Short Course

Understanding the Changing Legal Climate:

Canadian Climate Law for Engineers

Atlantic Canada Offering – December 6-7, 2017

Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) On-Line Workshop Continuing Professional Development On-Line Workshop

Integrating Climate Risk into Infrastructure Development: The PIEVC Protocol

November 7, 9, 14, and 16, 2017
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST

Accreditation Board welcomes new members

At its meeting on September 8 and 9, 2017, in Edmonton, AB, the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board welcomed three new members:

Manulife’s REDLab promotes innovation in research, design, and prototyping

In August, Engineers Canada’s Member Services Team paid a visit to Manulife’s REDLab in Kitchener, ON.

Engineers Canada president-elect to guide government-funded project to address barriers faced by women in STEM

Maryam Monsef making the announcementEngineers Canada President-Elect Annette Bergeron, MBA, FEC, P.Eng., is one of three leaders who will guide an upcoming project fro

Atlantic teachers build future cities

close up of Future City modelOn August 9, 2017, Engineers Canada lead teachers from Atlantic Canada through a three-hour workshop about bringing STEM into the classroom.

Information for those affected by BC wildfires

During this difficult time, our thoughts are with our fellow engineers and geoscientists, their families, and friends who are affected by the wildfires in British Columbia.

Engineers Canada’s affinity partner, Manulife, is helping customers affected by the BC wildfires.

Inclusion is everyone’s job

group of diverse peopleBy: Stephanie Price, P.Eng., CAE, Interim CEO, Engineers Canada

The importance of human skills in today’s engineering graduates

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

Engineers Canada presents PIEVC Protocol to Parks Canada

Parks Canada has initiated a Cultural Resources and Climate Change Initiative as part of a larger agency-wide Strategic Asset Management Initiative.

Celebrating Canada-US engineering achievements on PE Day 2017

Engineers play a key role in solving some of the world’s most pressing problems.


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