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Federal government Climate Lens a game-changer for Canada’s infrastructure

Climate Lens report coverThe Government of Canada has announced that as part of the Investing

Engineers Canada co-organizes event on integrating climate risk management into infrastructure planning at UNFCCC
unfccc eventIn early May, more than 60 delegates assembled in person and by Skype from around the world for an information-sharing event on the challenges and opportunities
Combining traditional knowledge with the PIEVC framework to strengthen climate resilient infrastructure in First Nations communities
Working together with the Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation (OFNTSC) and Stantec, Engineers Canada has released a new version of the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol that is tailored specifically fo
Annette Bergeron appointed Engineers Canada president

Annette BergeronSASKATOON, SK, May 26, 2018 Engineers Canada is pleased to welcome Annette Bergeron, MBA, FEC, P.Eng., as president for t

Press Release 2018 Engineers Canada award recipients honoured

Stories of achievement, excellence and passion for the engineering profession

Upcoming regional Graduate Attribute Continual Improvement Process meetings

This spring, engineering educators across Canada will be hosting regional meetings to discuss the Graduate Attribute Continual Improvement Process (GACIP).

#PEngsOnTheHill: Engineers Canada meets with 56 parliamentarians on annual Hill Day
PEngsOnTheHill Hill Day 2018On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, members of Engineers Canada’s Bridging Government and Engineers Co
A new champion joins the 30 by 30 cause
Engineers Canada is proud to announce that the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering has endorsed 30 by 30 and joined the 30
Qualifications Board celebrates milestone meeting

qualification boardThe Qualifications Board celebrated its 100th meeting on April 17, 2018.

An Interview With Gerard McDonald, CEO
Gerard McDonaldWhat are your initial impressions of Engineers Canada staff and the work they do?
Engineers and Geoscientists BC to talk climate resiliency in upcoming professional development courses

Engineers and Geoscientists BC, in collaboration with BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure and Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium has developed the Climate-Resilient Design Seminar Series, three day-long seminars in the lower mainland, Kelowna and Prince George.

Engineers Canada celebrates National Engineering Month, launches new website to explore engineering

NEMMarch 1, 2018, marks the start of National Engineering Month, and as in previous years, Engineers Canada encourages young Canadians to take advantag


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