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Five engineers elected in the federal election

parliament hill ottawaEngineers Canada would like to congratulate the 25 professional engineers who ran in the 2019 federal election.

Engineers and Geoscientists BC hosts new workshop on Indigenous engagement

On September 24, 2019, Engineers and Geoscientists BC launched a new webinar/workshop entitled “The value of Indigenous engagement on engineering and geoscience projects.” The hybrid event was the first of its kind in Canada and grows out of the broader work that the regulator is doing to address

Daily Media Report recap: September 27 to October 10

The Dean of Engineering at the University of Waterloo is stepping down. Controversy at MIT over donations from Jeffrey Epstein and what it says about making the STEM fields more welcoming for women. Climate change efforts.

Engineers running in 2019 federal election

Across Canada, over 20 engineers are running in this fall’s federal election.

Introducing, a resource for international engineering graduates

woman smiling hold a laptopThis week, we are excited to announce the launch of, a web resource designed to help int

Engineers Canada kicks off next strategic planning cycle

This fall, Engineers Canada kicked off the first steps in developing the organization’s next strategic plan.

New environmental engineering white paper provides useful definitions of practice

At its October 4, 2019 meeting, the Engineers Canada Board approved the new “White paper on environmental engineering” bringing several years of hard work to a culminati

Work of Champions: Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba

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 professional development of women in engineering.

Key committees meet ahead of 2019 fall meetings

A scene of a newfoundland villageAhead of the the upcoming fall Board meeting on October 3 and 4, 2019, key committees of the Board recently met in St.

Daily Media Report recap: September 13 to 26

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.

The Work of Champions: Association of Engineers and Geoscientists New Brunswick

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

Engineers Canada submits recommendations to government on capacity building, CPTPP

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

Daily Media Report recap: August 30 to September 12

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 affinity partner helps those affected by Hurricane Dorian in Atlantic Canada

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.

Registration now open for third edition of Sustainability in Practice online course

graphic of buildings and landscape, solar panels, wind millsEngineers Canada and Polytechnique Montréal have once again teamed up to offer the third edition of their successful

Engineers Canada submits recommendations to federal government for 2020 budget

centre block on parliament hill

Engineers Canada has submitted its annual pre-budget recommendations to the federal government in advance of the 2020 budget.

Engineers Canada takes Pride

engineers staff members holding a banner at Pride OttawaEngineers Canada staff celebrated diversity, equity, and inclusion in our community by joining 190 other associatio

Daily Media Report recap: August 16 to 29

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.

Experts call on Quebec government to use qualifications-based selection in awarding engineering and architecture contracts

construction siteIn an open letter published in mid-August by key media outlets in Quebec, more than twenty experts


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