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National Engineering Month 2024

February 29, 2024

An annual, national campaign, National Engineering Month celebrates the heart and soul of engineers—their passion, commitment, and action towards making the world a better place.

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Equity, diversity, and inclusion

The second annual EngiQueers Canada Conference

February 15, 2024

At the end of January, Engineers Canada’s Chief Executive Officer, Gerard McDonald, along with Jeanette Southwood, Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Strategic Partnerships, Yasemin Tanaçan-Blacklock, Advisor, Equity and Belonging, and Eileen Sowunmi, Associate, Outreach and Belonging all partic…

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The vital role of public members on engineering regulator boards

February 15, 2024

Legislative frameworks for professional self-regulation depend on professions autonomously governing themselves. The governing body is tasked with safeguarding the public, upholding trust, and overseeing critical regulatory functions such as licensing, continuing competency, ethical standards, and …

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Daily Media Report recap: February 2-February 15, 2024

February 15, 2024

The BC Supreme Court decision affirmed protection over the title “engineer” under the Professional Governance Act. A discipline notice to an engineer who signed and sealed drawings for a guardrail system without performing the necessary assessments. A biographical note of Marie Lemay, the President…

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Grade-school students (K-12)

Join the National Engineering Month celebrations this March!

February 1, 2024

Canada’s largest celebration of engineering is a month away! Engineers Canada is looking for leaders in the engineering community to lead events during #NEM2024. 

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Nova Scotia court ruling reinforces right-to-practise legislation

February 1, 2024

A January 23, 2024, decision from a Nova Scotia court has upheld the reputation and integrity of the engineering profession and the importance of licensure.

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Women in engineering

Sponsorship opportunities available for 2024 30 by 30 Conference

February 1, 2024

Registration is now open for the 2024 30 by 30 Conference: Turning Knowledge Into Action for Gender Equity in Engineering.

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Engineers Canada news

Daily Media Report recap: January 19-February 1, 2024

February 1, 2024

A discipline notice to an engineer who prepared and authenticated the structural design for the project that did not comply with the 2012 BC Building Code. The appointment of the dean of the Faculty of Engineering for the University of Alberta. An update on Trust in Research Undertaken in Science and Technology Scholarly Network (TRuST). These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report at the end of January.

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Awards and recognition

Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board (CEQB) webinar: Join the CEQB as a member-at-large

February 1, 2024

The Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board (CEQB) is currently seeking a member-at-large to contribute to its vital work which serves and responds to the needs of Canada’s engineering regulators and the engineering community. To this end, the CEQB would like to offer to interested applicants the opportunity to participate in an open discussion with current CEQB members via webinar.

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