Some key engineering trends for the coming decade
With the calendar now showing a nice, round number, many are reflecting on what the coming years may hold for engineering. A review of recent articles and blog posts on the future of engineering suggests a mixture of trepidation and optimism as to how the next ten years might look.
2019.12.17 Engineers Canada meets with Transport Minister Marc Garneau
On Friday, November 29, 2019, Engineers Canada CEO Gerard MacDonald and Manager, Public Affairs, Joey Taylor, met with Transport Minister Marc Garneau in his constituency office in Montreal, QC.
2019.12.17 Finance minister releases fall economic and fiscal update
On Monday December 16, Finance Minister Bill Morneau released his fall economic and fiscal update to Canadians.
2019.12.06 Media coverage of the 30th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre
30 years ago, 14 women were killed in a mass shooting at École Polytechnique. Below is a collection of media coverage and op-eds on the anniversary.
2019.12.03 First-year engineering ceremonies at universities instill sense of ethics and professionalism in students
On November 10, 2019, the University of Guelph School of Engineering held its inaugural Gryphon Wing Ceremony. Six hundred first-year engineering students received an ornamental silver wing pin as they pledged to uphold the highest standards of learning and conduct.
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