An op-ed from a University of Victoria student on the workload of engineering students. Continuing controversy over the Muskrat Falls project. A Coroner’s Inquest launched into the stage collapse that killed Radiohead drummer Scott Johnson.
We recently spoke with Emma Talbott, Diversity and Outreach Coordinator for Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia, about the remarkable work being done across the province to increase the number of women licensing as engineers.
As part of Canada’s Adaptation Platform, the IWBG works to build capacity, generate evidence, and provide outreach for experts working in areas where climate change adaptation comes into play—among them infrastructure managers, municipalities, builders, insurers, and engineers.
In a recent press release, Technology Professionals Canada responded to Engineers Canada’s
OTTAWA, March 19, 2019 – Engineers Canada is pleased to see the federal government’s commitment to Indigenous peoples’ access to post-secondary education, investment in critical STEM skills, and securing Canada’s future in space, as laid out in Budget 2019: Investing in the M
National Engineering Month kicks off. And the engineering community celebrates International Women’s Day. These two stories dominated the Media Report in the first half of the month.
At their Board Meeting on March 1, 2019, the Engineers Canada Board approved four principles that governments should consider when developing a regulatory regime that would grant independent practice rights to engineering technologists.
Girl Guides Canada’s Girls First program aims to “[empower] every girl in Guidi
The 2019 Western Graduate Attribute/Continual Improvement Process Summit will be hosted by the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in Burnaby, British Columbia on Tuesday, May 28, 2019.
We recently spoke with Amy Hsiao, 30 by 30 Champion for University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI), about the remarkable work that she and Glenda MacKi
By: Annette Bergeron, MBA, FCAE, FEC, P.Eng. and Gerard McDonald, MBA, P.Eng.
March 1, 2019, marks the start of Canada’s annual celebration of engineering.
At a ceremony on February 28, 2019, Engineers Canada honoured the six recipients of its 2018 scholarship program.
On February 20, 2019, the government of Quebec announced that it would lift the trusteeship it imposed on l’Ordre d’ing
End of OIQ’s trusteeship. The continuing gender gap in STEM subjects. The digital economy and Canada’s offshore oil and gas industry. And self-regulation of the safety profession. These were some of the top stories from the Media monitor in mid-February.
About this time last year, Engineers Canada welcomed Gerard McDonald as its new CEO.
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