OTTAWA, March 22, 2017 – Engineers Canada is pleased to see the federal government’s commitment to green infrastructure, STEM education and skill-development, and the retention of women in the workforce, as laid out in Budget 2017.
As science, technology and engineering rapidly evolve, new scopes of practice are emerging, bringing with them many questions: Are these disciplines to be considered engineering? Should they be regulated? Who should regulate them? How to regulate them?
Engineers Canada is proud to once again join organizations, groups, governments and individuals around the world in celebrating International Women’s Day, which recognizes the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
On February 7, 2017, 20 of Canada’s top researchers and engineers were honoured for their longstanding commitment to innovation at discovery during a ceremony at Rideau Hall with t
Engineers Canada, in partnership with Transport Canada, recently published three reports of climate vulnerability assessments in Canada’s North.
Three engineering professors are included among the ten educators named 2017 3M National Teaching Fellows. Greg Evans of the University of Toronto, Alan Steele of Carleton University and Gordon Stubley of the University of Waterloo, have been named in this year’s cohort.
On February 14-15, 2017, the Engineers Yukon Continuing Professional Development Committee hosted an Engineers Canada training workshop on the application of the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol and its use in assessing infrastructure resilience current a
Chris D. Roney, FEC, P.Eng., IntPE, President of Engineers Canada, is pleased to announce the appointment of Stephanie Price, P.Eng., CAE, as Interim Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
Chris Roney, P.Eng., President of Engineers Canada, regrets to announce the departure of Engineers Canada’s CEO, Kim Allen, P.Eng. effective January 30, 2017.
“The Board of Directors of Engineers Canada wishes Kim well and thanks him for his contributions as CEO.”
At a competition at the Durham District School Board yesterday, students from Alexander Graham Bell Public School were named the winners of the inaugural Future City Competition in Ont
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
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