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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.

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.

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.

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

Deadline extended! Request for proposals: A cloud-based solution to help Canada's engineering regulators access database information about international engineering programs

Engineers Canada is conducting a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the development and implementation of a customized cloud-based solution to help Canada's engineering regulators access database information about international engineering programs.

Daily Media Report recap: January 16-January 30

The Queen’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders ends its boycott of the national office. An opinion piece on competency-based assessment. An engineer appointed to the Order of Canada. And the UBC president hails the benefits of liberal arts.

Future City Atlantic competition invites students to consider the future of water

Jon Barrett, a co-organizer for the Atlantic regional competition for the 2019-2020 Future City competition, recently shared some of his thoughts on the important role these events play in introducing students to engineering concepts and careers.  

Are Canada’s regulators making engineering accessible to international graduates?

Recently, several national media outlets have published stories highlighting the frustrations of international engineering graduates trying to transfer thei

ReNew Canada releases Top 100 infrastructure project list

In January, ReNew Canada published its annual “Top 100: Canada’s biggest infrastructure projects” report, which features a list of the largest Canadian infrastructure projects

Registration now open for the 2020 Global Marathon

Engineers Canada is happy to once again this year support DiscoverE’s Global Marathon, a series of engaging online discus

Canadian Engineering Leadership Conference puts focus on versatility

David Lynch speaking at the podiumOn January 2 to 7, 2020, delegates from Engineers Canada attended the Canadian Engineering Leadership Conference (CELC) at the University

Some key engineering trends for the coming decade

woman working in a labWith the calendar now showing a nice, round number, many are reflecting on what the coming years may hold for engineering.

Six regulators celebrate centennials in 2020

a cake with candles showing 100This year the first of our regulators will be celebrating their centenaries, marking 100 years of self-regulation of the engineering profe

Crash of Flight PS752 impacts Canadian engineering community

Fifty-seven Canadians were killed in the crash of Ukrainian International Airlines Flight PS752 in Iran on January 8, 2020, with 138 of the flight’s passengers headed to Canada. More than a dozen had connections to engineering in Canada.

Daily Media Report recap: January 2-January 16

The crash of PS752. An update on the Halifax crane that collapsed during Hurricane Dorian. A Langford, BC, apartment building deemed to not be structurally safe. A professional engineer announces her bid for the federal Conservative Party leadership.

CUSMA updates to elements of NAFTA not to include Chapter 15

On December 10, 2019, Canada, the United States, and Mexico agreed to update certain elements of the new North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

Engineers Canada meets with Transport Minister Marc Garneau

an image of a tweetOn Friday, November 29, 2019, Engineers Canada CEO Gerard MacDonald and Manager, Public Affairs, Joey Taylor,


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