By: Gerard McDonald, Engineers Canada CEO
Annette Bergeron chairs ESA board. Gina Cody appointed to Order of Canada. News from Queen’s Engineering. These were the most-read stories from the Daily Media Report in early January.
Observations about the rapid pace of change and disruptive forces in the world today are not new, but if there is anything to learn from 2020, it is how pervasive and enduring those changes and disruptions can be.
Engineers Canada and Engineers of Tomorrow are looking for engineers to volunteer for the Future City Experience.
In early January, Engineers Canada submitted comments to Natural Resources Canada on their discussion paper regarding Canada’s approach to offshore renewable energy regulations.
After five previous successful offerings and more that 7,800 participants worldwide, Engineers Canada and Polytechnique Montréal have opened registration for a sixth offer
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 was a year certainly shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic. But as we adapted to the challenges that the pandemic presented, Engineers Canada’s work continued.
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.
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.
The Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board (CEQB) recently posted two openings for members-at-large.
DiscoverE’s Global Marathon dates back to 2005, when it first launched as a true marathon of sorts —a 24-hour teleconference for women in engineering and tech
The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) is seeking a member-at-large, who will contribute to the CEAB’s ongoing work to accredi
On December 3, International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD), Engineers Canada celebrates and takes action for the inclusion of p
An engineer found guilty of professional misconduct over the 2012 Radiohead stage collapse. Pearl Sullivan, University of Waterloo’s first female engineering dean passes away. A study about gay men in STEM. The engineering achievements of Niagara Falls.
The Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) is inviting comments from accreditation stakeholders on the following proposed changes to the Interpretive Statement on Licensure (Appendix 3 CE
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.
The volume of licence applications is increasing in most jurisdictions and there are growing external pressures from governments, the public, and applicants for faster application processing times.
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