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Engineers Canada reaches agreement to transfer ownership of the PIEVC Program to the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction

Today, Engineers Canada and the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction (ICLR) jointly announced that an agreement has been reached for ICLR to assume ownership of Engineers Canada’s PIEVC Program, which includes the Protocol for infrastructure climate risk and vulnerability assessment (the “Pr

For HEIs: March 31, 2020 CEAB statement on COVID-19

Deans of Higher Education Institutions offering CEAB-accredited engineering education programs

CEAB statement #2 on COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)

How Canada’s engineering regulators have responded to COVID-19

With organizations across the country heading the guidance of health agencies to close their offices and increase physical distancing, here are the changes that Canada’s engineering regulators have made in order to continue delivering core services.

What role is there for engineers in pandemic preparedness and response?

As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads around the world, it is straining medical systems and supplies, and changing daily life as people practice social distancing, schools clo

Daily Media Report recap: March 13-26

Engineers Canada’s response to COVID-19. Coronavirus transmission and wastewater. Potential overhaul at University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering. New statistics on employment at BC’s top engineering firms. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report in mid-March.

Announcement Engineers Canada’s response to COVID-19
CEAB statement on COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)

To: Deans of Higher Education Institutions offering CEAB-accredited engineering education programs

CEAB statement on COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)

APEGA celebrates “a century well built” this year

The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) turns 100 this year, and their celebrations are focused,

.caISES holds third national gathering of students and professionals at the University of Saskatchewan

The third annual national gathering of the Canadian Indigenous Science and Engineering Society (.caISES [dot-see-eh-sis]) hosted over 170 participants for three days o

DiscoverE shares Global engineer survey results

What are the biggest challenges facing countries around the world, and what are the biggest obstacles to solving them?

Daily Media Report recap: February 28 to March 12

Camp 5 removed as Iron Ring Ceremony presenters. Engineers Without Borders and the #AidToo movement. An Oregon engineer’s red-light camera research changes how traffic engineers calculate timing of traffic lights. Disciplinary action in Quebec against Pierre Shoiry.

#EachforEqual: Engineers Canada celebrates International Women’s Day

March 8 is International Women’s Day, a global day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, and a day that marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality.

OIQ celebrates its centennial

On February 14, 2020, l’Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec celebrated it’s hundredth anniversary. Founded in 1920 to ensure the competence and ethical behaviour of the province’s 500 engineers at the time, a century later, OIQ now oversees 65,000 engineering professionals.

Join the celebration! March is National Engineering Month
Daily Media Report recap: February 14 to 27

Controversy over the Camp 5 Iron Ring ceremony briefing in BC. Remembering Western University’s former engineering dean. Trailblazing Canadian women in STEM. These were some of the most-read stories from the Daily Media Report in late February.

Engineers Canada recognizes six engineers with scholarship awards

2019 scholarship winnersAt a ceremony on February 25, 2020, Engineers Canada honoured the six recipients of its 2019 scholarship program.

Engineers Canada and Victor celebrate fifty-year partnership in 2020

hands reaching together in unityInsurance Business Canada magazine recently ran a feature on Victor (formerly ENCON), who this y

Daily Media Report recap: January 31-February 13, 2020

The APEGA Foundation shuts down. The engineering profession answers questions about its assessment process. New professional practice guidelines from Engineers & Geoscientists BC. A new Fair Registration Practices Act in Alberta.


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