OTTAWA, March 22, 2016 – Engineers Canada is pleased to see the federal government’s commitment to building resilient and sustainable infrastructure, improving water distribution and treatment and investing in First Nations communities.
The Ontario Good Roads Association and Rural Ontario Municipal Association invited Engineers Canada’s Practice Lead for Globalization and Sustainable Development, David Lapp, FEC, P.Eng., to present at its 2016 Combined Conference in Toronto, Ont., from February 21-24, 2016.
The Engineers Canada Board and other stakeholders were briefed on the Trans-Pacific Partnership—better known as the TPP—and its potential impact on the engineering profession at the Engineers Canada Board Meeting in Ottawa, Ont., on February 23, 2016.
OTTAWA, March 8, 2016 – Engineers Canada is proud to join in the worldwide celebration of International Women’s Day, which recognizes the many social, political, economic and other achievements made by women.
Ensuring climate change vulnerability assessments are included will be key to success of this initiative
Engineers Canada presents National Engineering Month 2016
Engineers Canada’s Bridging Government and Engineers Committee (BGE) has been very busy lately. Just last week its members met with four different Members of Parliament in their ridings across the country.
OTTAWA, Feb. 17, 2016 - As part of Engineers Canada’s commitment to continuous improvement, we have connected with Excellence Canada to embark on a journey to enhance all aspects of our work as we strive to advance the engineering profession in Canada.
Engineers Canada completed its second four-year term as host and chair of the WFEO Committee on Engineering and the Environment in December 2015. The Committee was chaired by Darrel Danyluk, FEC, P.Eng., a Past-President of Engineers Canada and APEGA.
In her decision released on January 26, 2016, Justice Ross of the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench overturned a 2014 decision by the Alberta Human Rights Commission (AHRC) tribunal regarding the licensure of internationally trained engineers.
In support of the engineering sector’s continuous learning, Engineers Canada has translated key recommendations of the Charbonneau Commission’s report into how public contracts in the construction industry were awarded and managed.
From January 15 to 17, 2016, the Engineering Change Lab held its fourth workshop, in conjunction with Engineers Without Borders Canada’s XChange Conference in Hamilton, Ont.
With the founding of the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee (PIEVC) a decade ago, and with dozens of successful applications of the formalized climate risk assessment procedure that the Committee developed, Engineers Canada has become a leader
Engineers Canada in conjunction with Geoscientists Canada, has published a planning resource guide that outlines best practices for employees and employers managing maternity or parental leave in Canada’s engineering and geoscience professions.
OTTAWA, Jan. 19, 2016. Engineers Canada and Geoscientists Canada have today jointly published a planning resource guide that outlines best practices for employees and employers managing maternity or parental leave in Canada’s engineering and geoscience professions.
OTTAWA, Jan. 19, 2016. Engineers Canada and Geoscientists Canada have jointly published a planning resource guide that outlines best practices for employees and employers managing maternity or parental leave in Canada’s engineering and geoscience professions.
The Engineering Change Lab is pleased to welcome Suncor and the Suncor Foundation as its newest Lab Champions.
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