With the rich and luscious smell of gingerbread now gently wafting away from our memories, we decided to take a look back at some of the highlights that made our first ever Feats of Gingerbread Holiday Challenge such a joy.
The 2019 Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES) Congress aimed to tackle the some of the so-called “wicked” problems facing engineering—those complex, mu
Over the coming weeks and months, students in grades 6, 7, and 8 will be showcasing their visions for cities of the future as this year’s Future City Competitions kick
Professional Engineers Ontario recently named 25 new Fellows of Engineers Canada. Congratulations to this year’s honorees!
In September, Engineers Canada released its 2018 National Membership Report.
Engineers Canada welcomes a new CEO: In February, Engineers Canada welcomed Gerard McDonald as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Heartbreak at the University of Toronto. Professional reliance legislation in British Columbia. Controversy over an honorary degree at the University of Alberta.
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In fall 2018, the Honourable George Heyman, M.L.A., British Columbia’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, introduced in the Ho
In an appearance before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Indigenous and Northern Affairs on November 19, 2018, Engineers Canada cal
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
On November 2 and 3, 2018, Annette Bergeron, President Engineers Canad
This year Engineers Canada wanted to do something special for the holiday
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.
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