Engineers Canada celebrates National Engineering Month, launches new website to explore engineering
March 1, 2018, marks the start of National Engineering Month, and as in previous years, Engineers Canada encourages young Canadians to take advantage of the opportunities the month provides to discover the joys of engineering.
2018.03.06 National Engineering Month events in the news
National Engineering Month invites young people across Canada to explore some the many different ways that people can get interested and involved in engineering. A number of recent news stories and upcoming events illustrate the wide range of fun, hands-on activities being organized from coast to coast to coast this month.
2018.02.08 Engineers Canada’s Testimony to the Senate Standing Committee on Transport and Communications
2018.01.24 30 by 30 sees key developments
Several recent events have highlighted the wide-scale commitment by individuals and groups across Canada to 30 by 30—Engineers Canada’s national goal to have women comprise 30 per cent of newly licensed engineers by 2030.
2018.01.11 2018 Future City competitions kick off as students build age-friendly cities
Over the coming weeks and months, students in Grades 6, 7, and 8 will be showcasing their visions for cities of the future as this year’s Future City Competitions kick off in Prince Edward Island and Durham, ON.
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