Engineers Canada has released a snapshot of national progress toward 30 by 30 as well as a guide that can assist regulators and other engineering stakeholders in their work towards the goal.
However, there is a perception that including sustainability considerations, particularly in infrastructure projects, costs more and increases risk.
Katy Warren, a fourth-year electrical engineering student at Memorial University of Newfoundland, earned the title of “Canada’s Smartest Person” after winning the CBC reality television competition of the same name.
Engineers Canada extends its congratulations to the five professional engineers included amongst this year’s winners of the Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada Awards.
OTTAWA, Nov. 30, 2015.
David Lapp, FEC, P.Eng. Practice Lead, Engineering and Public Policy, traveled to Whitehorse, YT, to represent Engineers Canada at the Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) Adaptation Platform Plenary Meeting in October.
Mark Grady started off in engineering the same way a lot of people did: he liked math and science courses in high school and the next logical step seemed to be a degree in engineering. But once he was done the first year of university, he realized he was driven by something much larger.
Engineers Canada has released Canadian Engineers for Tomorrow: Trends in Engineering Enrolment and Degrees Awarded 2010-2014.
Engineers Canada, in partnership with APEGS, delivered a one-day workshop on November 5, 2015, that provided participants with information about, and practice with, the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol.
The Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA) has embarked on a climate vulnerability assessment of the Nanaimo Health Care Facility using the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) Protocol.
The Engineers PEI Council decided at their meeting on November 9, 2015 that they will accept Washington Accord degrees in the same way as Engineers Canada Accreditation Board degrees. This brings the province into compliance with the intention of the Washington Accord.
Representatives from the engineering and scientific communities gathered at a workshop at the Environment Canada Toronto campus to define the key challenges facing both communities in understanding and communicating information on how infrastructure design can adapt to extreme precipitation under
The National Council of Deans of Engineering and Applied Science (NCDEAS) held their fall meeting in Halifax last week, from November 12 to 14, 2015.
In September 2015, it was announced that Volkswagen had installed software in several of their diesel vehicles that was designed to show compliant levels of nitrous oxide emissions under testing conditions.
Engineers Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Vice-Presidents. Effective November 2, Jeanette Southwood, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., FEC, FCAE, QPESA, QPRA, will join our team as Vice-President, Strategy and Partnerships.
Ottawa, ON, September 30, 2015 – At a dinner last night, Engineers Canada honoured the six recipients of its 2015 scholarship program. The recipients were chosen from a large number of submissions from across Canada.
The Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee marks a decade of working to improve how engineers assess infrastructure climate risk and vulnerability.
As Canadians head to the polls this October, Engineers Canada is encouraging citizens to vote for resilient infrastructure and fostering a strong engineering sector to build a better country.
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