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2017.01.23
As the Future City Competition celebrates its 25th Anniversary, 50 classes from the Durham District School Board in Ontario and eight classes from Prince Edward Island will be participating in the competition for the first time.
2016.12.08 Engineers Canada commends Bank of Canada on selection of Viola Desmond as #bankNOTEable woman
Engineers Canada commends the Bank of Canada on their selection process for the iconic Canadian woman who will be featured on the next regularly circulating bank note.
2016.11.30 #WorldWorksBetter: Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba launches first major public awareness campaign
If you’ve been to a movie theatre in Manitoba recently, waited at a bus shelter in Winnipeg, watched TV or listened to the radio throughout the province, or read the newspaper, you may have seen the products of Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba’s first major public awareness campaign.
2016.11.16 Engineers Canada releases guideline for regulators on sustainable development and environmental stewardship
The Engineers Canada Board has approved a new national guideline for regulators that consists of ten guidelines that describe engineering practices that anticipate sustainable development and prevent degradation of the environment.
2016.11.16 New Engineers Canada report finds strong growth in postsecondary engineering enrolment
A new report from Engineers Canada, entitled Canadian Engineers for Tomorrow: Trends in Engineering Enrolment and Degrees Awarded 2011-2015, has found that undergraduate enrolment in engineering programs continues to increase, and that Canadian programs continue to be a popular choice for international students.

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