News from the self-regulated professions. An engineering challenge in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. And reflections on being a woman in engineering. These were the most-read stories from the Daily Media Monitor in mid-September.
In the aftermath of the hurricane that struck Atlantic Canada on September 7, 2019, our thoughts are with our fellow engineers and geoscientists, and their families and friends who were impacted.
The 30 by 30 Champions Group, which consists of more than 40 members nationwide, works on strategy and action plans to improve the recruitment, retention, and pro
In late summer, Engineers Canada submitted recommendations to the federal government in response to two separate consultations—the House of Commons Standing Committee on Indigenous and Northern Affairs’ study on community capacity building and retention of talent in Indigenous communities, and Gl
News from another self-regulating profession. Self-regulation news from another country. The consequences of e-scooter abandonment. These were the most-read stories from the Daily Media Report in early September.
Engineers Canada and Polytechnique Montréal have once again teamed up to offer the third edition of their successful
In an open letter published in mid-August by key media outlets in Quebec, more than twenty experts
Engineers Canada has submitted its annual pre-budget recommendations to the federal government in advance of the 2020 budget.
Engineers Canada staff celebrated diversity, equity, and inclusion in our community by joining 190 other associatio
A year after the project was finished, a condominium designer was stripped of their engineering permit for unrelated disciplinary action. New program to support foreign credential recognition. Climate change impacts on concrete.
This week, the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) released a white paper entitled “Curriculum content measuremen
Three stories from BC on discipline, regulation, and the Mt. Polley mine disaster topped the reads from the Daily Media Report in the first two weeks of August.
The Engineer-in-Training (EIT) program offers an effective way for Canadian and international engineering graduates to navigate the process to becoming an eng
A major restructuring at a large Canadian engineering firm. Questions about smart cities. Barriers to women’s participation in STEM. These were the most-read stories from the Daily Media Report in late July.
When it comes to projects with the potential to have a major societal impact, such as the development of autonomous vehicles, whose job is it to ensure that all ethical dimensions are considered?
In late July, Engineers Canada responded to two separate consultations, submitting recommendations to the federal government on procurement pricing and on the National Occupational Classifications (NOC).
Last week, the Government of Canada announced the launch of ClimateData.ca, a site designed to support decision makers across a bro
A regulatory review of PEO. A profile of OIQ president and Engineers Canada Board member Kathy Baig. Waiting for charges in the Mount Polley disaster. These were the top stories from the Daily Media Report in early July.
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