What 2021 holds in store for Engineers Canada
Like most organizations, 2020 threw Engineers Canada a curveball in the form of the COVID-19 pandemic. But our staff and volunteers proved themselves to be resilient as we adapted a work-from-home posture, accomplishing a great deal despite the challenges faced last year.
2021.01.12 Daily Media Report recap: January 1-14, 2021
2020.12.14 Engineers Canada submits recommendations to government on impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on women
In November 2020, Engineers Canada submitted recommendations to the House of Commons Standing Committee on the Status of Women regarding its study on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on women to ensure that future economic recovery measures bring economic prosperity and support to women.
2020.12.14 Counting down the top 5 engineering news stories of 2020
These were the most-read stories from the Engineers Canada Daily Media Report this year. Read on as we take a look back at the top five stories from the engineering world in 2020.
2020.12.17 Happy Holidays from Engineers Canada!
Thank you to all those partners and volunteers who helped us accomplish so much this year. Despite all the disruption of 2020, Engineers Canada achieved much to advance Canadian engineering through national collaboration. To mark this, we present a new holiday classic, "T'was the day after lockdown."
2020.12.03 Update on CEAB working groups and task forces
With the deferral of most CEAB accreditation visits in the 2020/2021 cycle, the CEAB shifted its focus to priority workplan items. This led to the creation of several working groups and a task force with specific mandates and deadlines. This is a summary of where each of these groups are at in their work.
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