By: Annette Bergeron, MBA, FCAE, FEC, P.Eng. and Gerard McDonald, MBA, P.Eng.
March 1, 2019, marks the start of Canada’s annual celebration of engineering.
At a ceremony on February 28, 2019, Engineers Canada honoured the six recipients of its 2018 scholarship program.
On February 20, 2019, the government of Quebec announced that it would lift the trusteeship it imposed on l’Ordre d’ing
End of OIQ’s trusteeship. The continuing gender gap in STEM subjects. The digital economy and Canada’s offshore oil and gas industry. And self-regulation of the safety profession. These were some of the top stories from the Media monitor in mid-February.
Close to 1,500 grades 6, 7, and 8 students in PEI, New Brunswick, Ontario, and British Columbia have spent the past few months designing the resilient power grids of the future.
About this time last year, Engineers Canada welcomed Gerard McDonald as its new CEO.
Registration now open for second offering of free online course
A new registrar for PEO. Public discussion on building bridges in Kingston and Vancouver. The CBC corrects its reporting on insurance industry climate change report. These were the top stories from the Media Monitor in early February.
Disciplinary action taken against engineers. Post-secondary engineering competitions. New research on the gender pay gap. These are some of the most read stories from the Daily Media Report over the past two weeks.
The discipline of software engineering has been discussed in academic and professional circles since the 1960s but has become more in the public
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Over 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 Competitions kick
Calls for better road safety after tragic accidents. Engineers invested into the Order of Canada. A discussion of the labour mobility of physicians across Canada. These were some of the most read stories from the Media Report during the first few weeks of 2019.
With the rich and luscious smell of gingerbread now gently wafting away from our memories, we decided to take a look back at some of the highlights that made our first ever Feats of Gingerbread Holiday Challenge such a joy.
The 2019 Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES) Congress aimed to tackle the some of the so-called “wicked” problems facing engineering—those complex, mu
Heartbreak at the University of Toronto. Professional reliance legislation in British Columbia. Controversy over an honorary degree at the University of Alberta.
Professional Engineers Ontario recently named 25 new Fellows of Engineers Canada. Congratulations to this year’s honorees!
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