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Daily Media Report recap: July 1-14, 2022 

July 14, 2022

A request for proposals from Engineers Canada. Amendments to the Professional Governance Act in BC. Disciplinary notices from Engineers and Geoscientists BC. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report in the first half of July. 

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Kathy Baig shares thoughts on her new role as Engineers Canada President

July 14, 2022

In May, Engineers Canada welcomed Kathy Baig as 2022-23 president. We caught up with Kathy to share her thoughts on the presidency and what she hopes to accomplish during her tenure.

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New report on truth and reconciliation in engineering education

July 14, 2022

In a new report, former and current Indigenous students, staff, and faculty in engineering faculties across Canada share their lived experiences of being an Indigenous person in engineering education and more.

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Watch Engineers Canada Award recipients talk about their work in the engineering community

July 14, 2022

The 2022 Awards show has wrapped up, but our online celebration of this year’s recipients has just begun! Check out the recipient interviews. 

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Engineers Canada issues RFP for the development of a Guideline on duty to report / wrongdoing

July 11, 2022

Through the Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board CEQB (CEQB), Engineers Canada is seeking proposals from firms or individual consultants to develop a Guideline on duty to report / wrongdoing. The Project will be developed through a phased, consultation-based approach, with an anticipated compl…

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Energy efficiency in the summer

June 30, 2022

In Canada we spend much of our year focused on keeping warm against the colder months, but in recent years many are doubling down on keeping the heat out during the summer, a season that appears to be starting earlier and earlier.

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New National Position Statement on engineers’ role in building a safe and resilient Canada

June 30, 2022

At the Spring Meetings and Annual Meeting of Members, the Engineers Canada Board approved a new National Position Statement about the role of engineers in building a safe and resilient Canada.

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Daily Media Report recap: June 17-30, 2022

June 30, 2022

BC government’s licensed professionals vote to strike. Disciplinary hearings into collapsed Saskatchewan bridge point to wider rural safety needs. BC releases new strategy to strengthen climate change preparations. These were the most-read articles in the Daily Media Report in mid- to late-June.

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Request for proposals: Strengthening collaboration and harmonization 

June 23, 2022

Engineers Canada is seeking proposals to aid in a project to define Engineers Canada’s mandate for regulatory harmonization and to identify areas for future collaboration and/or harmonization with the 12 engineering regulators. This project will help Engineers Canada identify valuable work, priorit…

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INWED 2022: Celebrating women and non-binary people in engineering

June 22, 2022

June 23, 2022, is International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), a day to raise the profile of women and gender-diverse people in engineering. INWED highlights the important contributions that women and gender-diverse engineers make in their communities through their engineering work. …

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