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Our Work

Engineers Canada upholds the honour, integrity, and interests of the engineering profession by supporting consistent high standards in the regulation of engineering, encouraging the growth of the profession in Canada, and inspiring public confidence.

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Accreditation

Engineers Canada accredits Canadian undergraduate programs in engineering. Students who receive a degree from an accredited engineering program meet the academic requirements needed to become licensed with Canada’s engineering regulators.

Become an engineer

To practice engineering in Canada, you must hold and maintain a license from one of Canada’s engineering regulators. Learn more about the licensure process.

Women in engineering

Engineers Canada is working with allies across the profession to increase the representation of women in engineering.

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Public policy

Engineers Canada represents the public interest concerns of the engineering profession by maintaining positive relations with the federal government.

Use of professional title and designations

Learn about who can use the title of engineer and why these protections exist.

Guidelines and papers

Engineers Canada develops guidelines and papers to support the regulation and practice of engineering.

Awards and honours

Engineers Canada offers awards, scholarships, and fellowships to recognize and promote excellence in engineering.

Upcoming Events

Engineers Canada 2024 Winter Meetings

CEO Group meeting

National Discipline and Enforcement Officials Group meeting

Services for engineers

Engineers Canada’s sponsored initiatives and partnerships provide engineers and geoscientists with exclusive rates across a range of services, including insurance, investment, and more.