An overview of our origins
Review past annual reports of Engineers Canada
Policy and Corporate Documents
Board Member profiles and backgrounds
Committee lists, members and terms of reference
Engineers Canada's planning approach and documents.
Current vacancies at Engineers Canada
There are 281 accredited engineering programs at 43 higher education institutions across Canada
For Canadian higher education institutions seeking to have their programs become or remain accredited
Search or browse Canada's accredited engineering programs
The Accreditation Improvement Program is essential to ensuring that engineering education accreditation continues to be delivered in the most effective and efficient manner possible.
Globalization results in an increased need for engineers to have their credentials recognized around the world
About the Accord and its purpose
Evaluating engineering programs offered outside of Canada.
About the board which accredits undergraduate engineering programs which provide requirements for licensure in Canada
How can we ensure that accreditation is done in a manner that brings greatest benefit to the profession?
How to become a licensed Engineer in Canada
A set of topics used by the regulators to check an applicant’s academic knowledge
For Engineers-in-Training (EITs) and Members-in-Training (MITs)
Requirements and procedures for working in different provinces and territories
Become a licensed engineer in Canada.
For engineers seeking to move to Canada, and Canadians working abroad
The 12 provincial and territorial engineering regulators that we work for
Recommendations on professional requirements, programs for members of the regulators, assessment tools for international graduates
Aspirational elements that form the baseline for engineering regulators
Search for guidelines developed by provincial and territorial engineering regulators and Engineers Canada.
Ensuring the federal government addresses the public interest concerns of the engineering profession
Revisiting designs to improve safety and protect Canadians in light of climate change
Consensus positions on key issues relating to the public interest
Bringing the expertise and the experience of the professional engineer to government
An expert resource on infrastructure
Statements on various national issues that relate to engineering
The key to a sustainable engineering profession is ensuring it is supported by as many views as possible
Engineers Canada leads a number of initiatives that encourage youth to discover their passion for engineering.
Attracting and retaining Indigenous peoples in the engineering profession
Increasing the participation of women in the engineering profession
Providing practical information to international engineering graduates on becoming part of the Canadian engineering profession
Evolving the profession in order to unlock its full potential to benefit society
Trends in various aspects of the labour market, enrolment, employment etc.
Graduating students’ familiarity with the profession, initial motivations, future plans and undergraduate experiences
Looking at current supply and demand for engineers and projects to the year 2025
Assessing trends in engineering enrolment and degrees awarded
Information about the members of the engineering profession in Canada
Research on Canadian’s perceptions of the value, impact, opportunities and challenges of the engineering profession
Insurance plans, financial and other services for your family and you
Get consent to use registered engineering terms
Continuing professional development opportunities for engineers.
News from and relating to Engineers Canada and Canada's Provincial and Territorial Regulators
Older news items
Older copies of our biweekly newsletter
Events of relevance to Canadian engineers
Canada’s biggest celebration of engineering happens every March
Outstanding Canadian engineers, teams of engineers, projects, achievements and students
Support for professional engineers returning to university
Individuals who have given special service to the engineering profession
Globalization and advances in international trade and business services have resulted in an increased need for engineers to have their credentials recognized around the world.