Ottawa, October 30, 2018 - The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP), the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA), Engineers Canada and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) are pleased to announce the signing of a Letter of Understanding.
October is Women’s History Month in Canada, so it’s fitting that this month also marks a long overdue moment in history.
The most read stories from the past two weeks included a Canadian winner of the Nobel Prize in physics, growing concerns over the BC Hydro Site C Dam project, and a study calling for action on speed limits in British Columbia.
Engineers Canada, in partnership with school boards and teachers from across the country, is bringing the Future City competition to Canadian students for a third year.
People may gravitate towards a good controversy, but when it comes to cases where professionals publicly express opinions, th
On October 17, 2018 Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba announced six new Fellows of Engineers Canada:
After Lieutenant Colonel R.P.
On October 17, 2018, the House of Commons Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities tabled their report on “Experiential Lear
OTTAWA, ON, October 16, 2018 - Engineers Canada is pleased to announce its partnership with ARMATURE in the delivery of a new data management system to support engineering education program accreditation and the annual Enrolment and Degrees Awarded Survey.
In a report released on September 26, 2018, the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC) and 6 Degrees have made a series of recommendations directed
Because each project inevitably presents a unique set of challenges and problems, the tools students gain in class may only provide part of any given solution.
An historical first at Concordia University, the collapse of a new bridge in rural Saskatchewan, and disciplinary hearings for three engineers involved in the Mount Polley disaster were amongst the most viewed coverage from the past two weeks of the Media Monitor.
In the aftermath of the tornadoes that struck the Ottawa-Gatineau area on September 21, 2018, our thoughts are with our fellow engineers and geoscientists, and their fa
Following a summer of analysis, planning, and design work, on September 6, 2018, we relaunched ou
The tragic death of an University of Toronto engineering student at the school’s surveying camp, the appointment of a science advisor to the Canadian Space Agency, and a couple of engineering awards announcements in Ontario were amongst the most-viewed content from the Media Monitor over the past
After almost a year of hearings, testimonies, and written submissions, the House of Commons Standing Committee on the Sta
- The collapse of an Italian bridge, a new report on the Mount Polley tailings dam breach, and two articles about the smaller numbers of women in STEM fields were amongst the most popular content from the Media Monitor from the past few weeks.
The 2019-2021 Strategic plan outlines four strategic priorities, one of which is to make an online competency-based assess
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