Disciplinary notices in BC. A new engineering program at UNBC. These were the most read stories from the Daily Media Report in early September.
Engineers Canada has released a new resource with actions that engineering employers can und
Registration is now open for Engineers Canada and Polytechnique Montréal’s massive open online cour
The 2020 Canadian Environmental & Engineering Executives Conference (CE3C) will be delivered virtually on October 1, 2020. A select group of Canadian corporate executives in environmental consulting and engineering will be attending this third annual event th
APEGA’s Emerging Professionals Summit is designed to equip early-career professionals and future professional engineers with the skills needed to successfully plan and navigate their careers.
This is the third article in a three-part series on equity, diversity, and inclusion in the engineering profession.
Engineers Canada has submitted its annual pre-budget recommendations to the federal government in advance of the 2021 budget.
What can industry and professional associations do to help industry sectors and professionals prepare for climate change?
Mount Polley research. Letters to young engineers. The pandemic’s effect on working mothers. Bridging the gap between Indigenous people and energy projects. And an Instagram account that is uniting the voices of BIPOC engineering students.
As part of the development of Engineers Canada’s 2022-2024 strategic plan, the Engineers Canada Board held a strategic workshop on Thursday, August 13 and Friday, August 14.
On June 18, 2020, it was announced that the instructional design team behind Polytechnique Montreal’s “Engineers and sustainable development” course have been awarded the Minister's Prize for Higher Education. The course works as a counterpart to the massive open online course (MOOC), “Sustainab
To mark the centennial celebrations of their respective engineering regulators, two Canadian cities have recently declared special days to honour their engineers.
This is the second article in a three-part series on equity, diversity, and inclusion in the engineering profession. Read part 1.
Engineers Canada has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a gender-based analysis of national engineering licensure assistance and engineering employer awareness programs.
How self-regulation protects the public. Corporate theft and self-driving cars. The sixth anniversary of the Mount Polley damn collapse. Possible changes to Alberta’s Health Professions Act. The horn and halo effect of implicit bias.
A BC government announcement about regulation of architects. An interview with APEGA’s new president. An APEGA member appointed Board Chair for Edmonton innovation entity. The investigation into a Jasper bus crash.
Meetings these days frequently feature discussion around how people and organizations are navigating work changes necessitated by COVID-19.
Equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) work is and has always been challenging because it invites us to self-reflect as individuals, and as organizations.
A disciplinary notice from Engineers and Geoscientists BC. Candidates for election to Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s council. An overview of what Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) task forces do. These were the most-read articles from the Daily Media Report in early July.
At the Spring Annual Meeting of the Members, Engineers Canada officially welcomed Jean Boudreau as 2020-21 president.
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