Engineers Canada had a moment two years in the making November 6, 2018.
Investigators release initial findings on Florida bridge collapse, Edmonton honours engineer, and researchers make breakthrough in detecting high blood pressure: The most read stories in the past two weeks each touched on ways that engineering plays a critical role in the health and safety of the
Manitoba’s 30 by 30 campaign. ACEC’s annual conference. And investment in buildings and classrooms for post-secondary engineering programs.
The barriers for entry into engineering education are complex and structural for many Indigenous youth who are interested in engineering: insufficient high school prerequisites, sparse career options, financial limitations, ongoing colonial history, and lack of integration of Indigenous culture a
On October 4 to 6, 2018, the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) held its annual National Conference in Oklahoma City.
Since launching last month, Engineers Canada and Polytechnique Montréal’s massive open online course, Sustai
Each year, over 40,000 students around the world research, imagine, design, and build cities of the future that showcase their solution to a particular sustainability and engineering challenge.
On November 2 and 3, 2018, Annette Bergeron, President Engineers Canad
This year Engineers Canada wanted to do something special for the holiday
Photo: Nick Pearce, Dalhousie University
Professional reliance legislation introduced in BC. Go Eng Girls events held across Ontario and in BC. Consulting engineering awards. These were the stories that dominated the media report over the past two weeks.
In June, the Government of Canada announced the Climate Lens requirement as part of its 12-year, $180 billion Investing in Canada infrastructure p
On October 1, 2018, the association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta named twelve new Fellows of Engineers Canada.
The House of Commons Environment and Sustainable Development Committee (ESDC) recently released their report on “Better Buildings for a Low Carbon Future.” The
Ottawa, October 30, 2018 - The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP), the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA), Engineers Canada and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) are pleased to announce the signing of a Letter of Understanding.
October is Women’s History Month in Canada, so it’s fitting that this month also marks a long overdue moment in history.
On October 17, 2018, the House of Commons Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities tabled their report on “Experiential Lear
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