May 23, 2020 – Engineers Canada is pleased to welcome Jean Boudreau, FEC, P.Eng., as president for the 2020–2021 term.
A disciplinary notice in BC. Expanding a downtown Montreal boutique hotel with no place to anchor a crane. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report from mid-May.
2019 was a pivotal year for Engineers Canada.
A new president at APEGA. New research on COVID-19 and HVAC systems. Engineering students at UBC and alumni at the University of Waterloo each contributing to the fight against COVID-19. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report in late April and early May.
Given the substantial restrictions on travel and social interaction necessitated by the spread of COVID-19, 2020 will see the first ever all-virtual Spring Meetings and Annual Meeting of Members for Engineers Canada.
A new report from Engineers Canada, Canadian Engineers for Tomor
Engineers Canada has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the creation of brand engagement and communications strategies for its 30 by 30 program.
On March 30, 2020, Engineers Canada and the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction (ICLR) jointly announced that an agreement had been reached for ICLR to assume ownership of Engineers Canada’s PIEVC Program, including the PIEVC Protocol for infrastructure climate risk and vulnerability assess
This week Canada is celebrating National Volunteer Week. In these times of disruption and worry, it can be challenging to feel celebratory.
The Bioengineering Summer Institute offered through the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering is a new program designed specifically for students who are passionate about biology and bioengineering.
For several years, Engineers Canada and Girl Guides Canada (GGC) have been working together to spark girls’ interest in engineering.
Engineering activities for kids at home during coronavirus lockdowns. BC’s Human Rights Tribunal dismisses a complaint from an engineer whose membership in Engineers and Geoscientists BC was revoked after he made death threats against TransLink employees.
The battle against the COVID-19 pandemic has dominated media coverage over the past month, and the Engineers Canada Daily Media Report has been full of stories about how engineers are using their skills and resources to contribute to this global fight.
Over the past weeks, provincial and territorial governments have ordered all but essential businesses to close as Canada tries to contain the spread of COVID-19.
The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) is closely monitoring the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on CEAB-accredited engineering education programs.
Today, Engineers Canada and the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction (ICLR) jointly announced that an agreement has been reached for ICLR to assume ownership of Engineers Canada’s PIEVC Program, which includes the Protocol for infrastructure climate risk and vulnerability assessment (the “Pr
Deans of Higher Education Institutions offering CEAB-accredited engineering education programs
CEAB statement #2 on COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads around the world, it is straining medical systems and supplies, and changing daily life as people practice social distancing, schools clo
Engineers Canada’s response to COVID-19. Coronavirus transmission and wastewater. Potential overhaul at University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering. New statistics on employment at BC’s top engineering firms. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report in mid-March.
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