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Women Lead in Pursuing STEM Education

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 Concerned with Decision by Ontario Government Reversal on Legislative Commitment to Improve Workplace Health and Safety

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...

Journalist and Engineers Showcase Engineering Achievement

Canada’s engineering profession will once again celebrate excellence in engineering during its annual Engineers Cana...

Jim Beckett Appointed as Engineers Canada President

Engineers Canada is pleased to welcome W. James Beckett, FEC, P.Eng., as its president for the 2013–2014 term. Mr.

Engineers are behind Canadians - Profession Comes Together to Further Serve Society

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 ...

Questions and Answers for Canadian Federation of Engineering Students President Lisa Belbeck

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...

Federal Budget to Drive Canada's Economy through Skills and Infrastructure Investments

Budget 2013 has engaged the interest of the engineering profession by committing to the future of Canada’s prosperity.

37 Professional Engineers to receive the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal

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.

Next Generation Discovers Profession through National Engineering Month

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.

Building Canada's economic future with an online game

There’s an EnGenious new way to encourage today’s youth to become the professional engineers we need tomorrow.

Engineers Canada launches website to help newcomers plan their engineering careers

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

Labour Market Study shows Engineering Market Skills Shortage and Job Growth

Engineers Canada released Engineering Labour Market in Canada: Projections to 2020 that shows Canada is facing a short supply of engineers with more than 10 years of specialized experience.

Engineers Canada President Wins Ontario Professional Engineers Award

Nov 26, 2012 Engineers Canada’s President Catherine Karakatsanis, FEC, FCAE, P.Eng., received the 2012 Ontario Professional Engineers Awards’ Engineering Medal – Management at a ceremony on November ...

Federal Infrastructure Plan Must Protect Canada's Local Economic Foundations, Says National Coalition

Nov 08, 2012 The federal government must secure Canada’s economic foundations by making long-term investments in local infrastructure a top budget priority. That was the message today from members of the Municipal...

Engineers Canada invites nominations for the 2013 awards

Presented annually, the awards honour engineering excellence, outstanding community and professional involvement, contributions to engineering education, support for women in engineering,contributions ...

Professional Engineers Receive National Scholarships for Advanced Studies

Oct 02, 2012 Engineers Canada is honoured to announce the 2012 Engineers Canada Scholarships recipients. The seven annual scholarships are provided through the generous support of Manulife Financial and TD Insurance...

Globe and Mail - Engineers in Demand: Canada’s Growing Economy Opens Doors for Credentialed Professionals

October 1, 2012 Demand for engineers in Canada’s knowledge intensive energy and mining industries is booming, and all indications are that the strong domestic economy, bolstered by Canada’s resource sector strength, will continue to fuel growth well into the future.

Globe and Mail - Information Supplement 2012

Demand for engineers in Canada’s knowledge intensive energy and mining industries is booming, and all indications are that the strong domestic economy, bolstered by Canada’s resource sector strength, will continue to fuel growth well into the future.

Engineers Nova Scotia Adopts Code of Ethics

Engineers Nova Scotia is the most recent of the provincial and territorial engineering regulators who have adopted the national Code of Ethics as set out in the Engineers Canada publication Guideline ...

The National Post - Information Supplement: The Future of Engineering – “Discovering New Possibilities in all Facets of Engineering” and “Questions and Answers”

September 28, 2012 The National Post published a special national information supplement called "The Future of Engineering," which features a foreword by Engineers Canada President Catherine Karakatsanis, FEC, FCAE, P.Eng.: “Discovering new possibilities in all facets of engineering” on page 2.


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