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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

Press Release Budget 2018 acknowledges gender gap in STEM, particularly in engineering

OTTAWA, February 27, 2018 – Engineers Canada is pleased to see the federal government’s commitment to gender equality, research, and climate data collection, as laid out in Budget 2018, Equality and Growth: A Strong Middle Class.

Engineers Canada’s Testimony to the Senate Standing Committee on Transport and Communications

Chris Roney testifyingBy: Chris Roney, FEC, P.Eng., IntPE, Past-President, Engineers Canada

Engineers Canada named a Top Employer in the National Capital Region

National Capital Region's Top Employers logoFor the second year in a row, Engi

2018 Future City competitions kick off as students build age-friendly cities

future city conferenceOver the coming weeks and months, students in Grades 6, 7, and 8 will be showcasing their visions for cities of the future as this year’s Future City

CFES celebrates its 50th Congress at Dalhousie University
Engineers Canada was once again proud to partner with TD Insurance this year to sponsor the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES) Congress. This marked the 50th anniversary of the Congress and explored a particularly timely theme: the Global Engineer.
Press Release Engineers Canada names Gerard McDonald as Chief Executive Officer

Gerard McDonaldOTTAWA, December 19, 2017 – President Russ Kinghorn, MBA, FEC, P.Eng., IntPE, and the Board of Engineers Canada are pleased to an

Final Year Student Exit Report available online

2017 final year exit report coverEngineers Canada and PRA surveyed members of the engi

Remembering to honour; remembering for change

By: Stephanie Price, P.Eng., CAE, Interim CEO

When December 6 arrives each year, I think back to 1989. I was in high school, and was interested in studying engineering. I had visited university campuses that fall, and was considering where to apply.

PEAK program team responding to first wave of user input

Initial users of the Practice Evaluation and Knowledge (PEAK) program, Professional Engineers of Ontario’s (PEO) recently rolled-out compe

Polytechnique Montréal and Engineers Canada partner to launch online course on sustainable development and environmental stewardship

Polytechnique Montréal and Engineers Canada have signed a memorandum of understanding to launch a massive open online course (MOOC) based on the Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board’s National

Accreditation renewal activities gaining momentum

Through the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board, one of Engineers Canada’s core functions is the accreditation of undergraduate engineering programs in Canada.


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