Standing Committee releases report on women’s economic security; includes Engineers Canada’s recommendations
After almost a year of hearings, testimonies, and written submissions, the House of Commons Standing Committee on the Status of Women recently presented its report entitled Women’s Economic Security: Securing the Future of Canada’s Economy in the House of Commons. In its report, the Committee calls on the Government of Canada to implement measures to increase women’s economic security and ensure their full participation in the Canadian economy.
2018.09.14 Some notes on Engineering Matters
Following a summer of analysis, planning, and design work, on September 6, 2018, we relaunched our newsletter as Engineering Matters. With a more focused layout, streamlined newsletter text, deep-dive stories, and more ways to discover related content online, we hope that the changes we’ve made will provide an improved overall experience for anyone and everyone who wants to keep up with the work we’re doing.
2018.08.31 Programs in Focus: ENGAP at the University of Manitoba
The University of Manitoba’s Engineering Access Program (ENGAP) provides a golden opportunity for students of Indigenous ancestry.
2018.08.15 Engineers Canada submits seed document on a national stormwater quality management standard
Working with Zizzo Strategy and Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), Engineers Canada recently submitted a seed document to the Standards Council of Canada on the development of a stormwater quality management standard (QMS). Currently, no national standard for stormwater exists, which has implications for the management of extreme rain events and the excessive stormwater that needs to be managed, particularly in urban areas.
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