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Daily Media Report recap: October 21-November 3, 2022

November 3, 2022

The debate over the title software engineer. General Motors engineer Stephanie Thompson recognized as one of the Canada’s Most Powerful Women. New Fair Registration Practices legislation in Newfoundland and Labrador. These were the most-read stories from the Daily Media Report in late October.

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Awards and recognition

Engineers Canada Awards 2023: How to submit a strong nomination

November 3, 2022

Whether you’re reapplying or it’s your first time applying, here are some tips on how to put together a solid nomination package.

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Engineers Canada joins the Let's Talk Careers competition 

October 20, 2022

Engineers Canada has partnered with Let’s Talk Science, Skills/Compétences Canada, and ChatterHigh to support Let’s Talk Careers: Canada’s Most Informed School and Students Competition.

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Engineers Canada scholarships for undergraduate and graduate engineering students

October 20, 2022

Each year, Engineers Canada offers scholarships in three categories: undergraduate engineering students, engineers studying at the graduate level in engineering, and engineers studying at the graduate level in an area other than engineering.

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Daily Media Report recap: October 7-20, 2022 

October 20, 2022

Regulating software engineering. A discipline notice in BC. Workshops at the Schulich School of Engineering designed to guide women in the entrepreneurial landscape. These were the most-read stories from the Daily Media Report in mid-October.  

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Daily Media Report recap: September 23-October 6, 2022

October 6, 2022

Dillon Consulting Inc. wins award for bridge over Assiniboine River. CNESST releases report into 2021 fatal scaffolding collapse in Windsor, QC. Engineers and Geoscientists BC announce annual award winners. A former engineer files regulatory complaint against Vancouver school district over classroom ventilation. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report from late September and early October 2022.

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Awards and recognition

Applications now open for the 2023 Engineers Canada Awards program

October 6, 2022

Engineers Canada is now accepting nominations for its awards program, presented in six categories. Deadline to apply is January 13, 2023.

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Survey: What is the value of engineering licensure?

October 6, 2022

We want to better understand what you think are the most important contributions engineers make to society, how well licensure is understood, and the most and least valuable aspects of being licensed as an engineer.

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Stories about engineers

Iterative process in engineering: Benefits of pivoting, resetting, or starting fresh

October 6, 2022

The whole engineering design process is iterative, meaning that engineers repeat the steps as many times as needed, making improvements along the way as they learn from ‘failure,’.

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Awards and recognition

CEMF presents awards and scholarships to 16 women studying engineering

October 6, 2022

The Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation (CEMF) presented its annual awards to 16 young women pursuing degrees in engineering on September 28, 2022, at a dinner held during the Engineers Canada Fall Meetings.

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