Engineers and Geoscientists New Brunswick bestowed Senator Joseph A. Day with an Engineers Canada Fellowship.
A letter from CEO Kim Allen, FEC, P.Eng.,to engineering students about the need to reinforce professionalism in engineering.
Choosing a career can be confusing and overwhelming. High school students now have a new online career tool to help them decide. Engineers Canada’s Career Focus provides students with a predictor of success in an engineering profession.
Past-President Catherine Karakatsanis, FEC, FCAE, P.Eng., was revealed today as a recipient of the Women's Executive Network’s (WXN) 2013 Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards.
In this enlightening interview, Chief Executive Officer Kim Allen, FEC, P.Eng., discusses the vital role Engineers Canada plays in helping to shape the nation’s engineering profession
Call for Papers: International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure 2014
The 2013 Engineers Canada scholarship recipients are complementing their technical skills with business and leadership skills, and developing tools and technologies that will r
Statistics Canada's National Household Survey shows that almost 60 percent of young adults aged 25-34 who possessed a university degree were women.
Engineers Canada shares Professional Engineers Ontario’s concerns over a decision by the Ontario government to reverse a three-year legislative commitment that would have brought Ontario in line...
Canada’s engineering profession will once again celebrate excellence in engineering during its annual Engineers Cana...
Engineers Canada is pleased to welcome W. James Beckett, FEC, P.Eng., as its president for the 2013–2014 term. Mr.
Apr 29, 2010 While 33 million Canadians rely on the skills of pilots while flying through our skies, or the steady hands of the surgeon, they may not be aware that these routine acts are enhanced and made possible ...
Lisa Belbeck was voted in as president of Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES) at the CFES Annual Congress in Waterloo, Ontario, in January 2013, and officially assumed the role on April...
Budget 2013 has engaged the interest of the engineering profession by committing to the future of Canada’s prosperity.
Engineers Canada is pleased to announce that 11 professional engineers will receive the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal at a special dinner being held on February 28, 2013, at the Canadian War Museum.
Throughout the month of March, Canada’s youth will discover how they can change the world as professional engineers at over 500 National Engineering Month events happening from coast to coast to coast.
There’s an EnGenious new way to encourage today’s youth to become the professional engineers we need tomorrow.
A new website launched by Engineers Canada and funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada provides international engineering graduates with a single, comprehensive source of high-quality information about ho
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