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Danny Chui appointed Engineers Canada President

May 29, 2021

Engineers Canada is pleased to welcome Danny Chui, FEC, P.Eng., as President for the 2021–2022 term.

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Tandem configuration continues

May 25, 2021

As we progress on the full development of Tandem, the project team is actively configuring the system to carry out the accreditation process. The project team has undertaken multiple rounds of internal testing and will continue to modify the system based on internal and external feedback. The proje…

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Accountability in Accreditation moves from data collection to data analysis

May 25, 2021

The Accountability in Accreditation Evaluation Strategy is a framework through which the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) can assess and inform the effectiveness, trustworthiness, transparency, and efficiency of the accreditation process. In the first year of data collection, we gath…

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Climate change and the environment

Film screening: Douglas Cardinal: Architect of the Future

May 20, 2021

Join the Canadian Urban Institute, in partnership with Engineers Canada, for a screening of the film Douglas Cardinal: Architect of the Future, and a conversation to follow.

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Employment trends

A fork in the road: Retiring from engineering

May 20, 2021

Rather than an end, retiring from an engineering career may be the start of new opportunities and tackling new challenges.

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Daily Media Report recap: May 7-20, 2021

May 20, 2021

Rudyard Kipling and the iron ring. Former chief mine engineer sues the Yukon government. A new CEO at Engineers and Geoscientists BC. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report in mid-May. Iron ring: Licia Corbella writes in the Calgary Herald about the Ritual of the Calling of the …

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Equity, diversity, and inclusion

Engineers Canada publishes GBA+ analysis of national engineering licensure assistance and employer awareness programs

May 20, 2021

The report makes three recommendations for Engineers Canada in its efforts to achieve greater diversity, equity, and inclusion in the engineering profession.

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Grade-school students (K-12)

Youth show off their lunar cities at Future City Experience Showcase

May 20, 2021

More than 1,000 students in Grades 6-8 from across Canada showed off their visions for future cities on the Moon in the first Future City Experience Showcase on May 5.

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CBCL’s Amy Winchester shares her engineering story in June Persist Series

May 20, 2021

Winchester gives a sneak peak at some of the topics she’ll address on June 9 during DiscoverE’s Persist Series episode, “Reframing Success.”

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Stories about engineers

Engineers on Parliament Hill

May 14, 2021

Engineers on Parliament Hill is an ongoing Engineering Matters series featuring interviews with engineers who hold federal public office. In the Q&As below, members of Parliament and others discuss their engineering background, their decision to seek public office, and the ways in which their e…

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