As the Future City Competition celebrates its 25th Anniversary, 50 classes from the Durham District School Board in Ontario and eight classes from Prince E
Engineers Canada is proud to announce that it has successfully achieved certification at the Bronze level of Excellence Canada’s Excellence, In
The Engineers Canada Board has approved a new national guideline for regulators that consists of ten guidelines that describe engineering practices that anti
A new report from Engineers Canada, entitled Canadian Engineers for Tomorrow: Trends in Engineering Enrolment and Degrees Awarded 2011-2015, has foun
Following the release of Engineers Canada’s white paper on professional practice in software engineering, the Qualifications Board will be hosting a webinar for regulators on sof
The Engineers Canada Mobility Register grants qualified engineers designations that indicate they are part of an exclusive group of professionals who meet a high standard of competence and who are prepared to conduct engineering practices internationally.
Get professional development hours, or get one step closer to being certified an Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP) with Engineers Canada’s upcoming Climate Law Course for Engineers in Toronto, ON, on February 14 and 15, 2017.
The Engineers Canada Board has approved a new national guideline on returning to active practice, which presents recommendations to the engineering regulators on the treatment of individua
Engineers representing all sectors of the profession convened in Ottawa, ON, from October 1-2, 2016, to explore how to “re-engineer” innova
Engineers Canada congratulates all members of the engineering community who represented Canada at the Olympic Games in Rio from August
OTTAWA, August 30, 2016 –Engineers Canada today published an Issue Statement calling on the federal government to convene a national dialogue to moder
Engineers Canada has submitted its pre-budget recommendations to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance for its consideration in developing the 2017 federal budget.
Over the past weeks, Engineers Canada has submitted comments and recommendations to the federal government on a range of issues that impact the engineering profession, including immigration, environmental assessment processes and the modernization of the National Energy Board.
On July 14, 2016, Engineers Canada’s David Lapp, FEC, P.Eng., IRP, delivered a presentation to the New Brunswick legislature in Fredericton, NB, entitled “Public Infrastructure and Our Changing Climate: Achieving Resilience through Adaptation.”
Engineers Canada CEO Kim Allen to chair taskforce on industry growth
Engineers Canada is excited to announce that it will be bringing DiscoverE’s Future City® Competition to Canada for 2017.
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