Filter by
use double quotes to match an exact phrase

Sort by:

Results 51-60 of 1139

Women in engineering

Registration now open for 2024 30 by 30 Conference

January 18, 2024

Join Engineers Canada at the 2024 30 by 30 Conference: Turning Knowledge into Action for Gender Equity in Engineering. Registration is now open at the conference website.

Read moreabout Registration now open for 2024 30 by 30 Conference

Engineers Canada news

Engineers Canada’s top 5 Stories of 2023

January 18, 2024

Engineers Canada covered many stories and events throughout 2023. Five stories in particular captured readers’ interest this past year. Here are the top 5 most read stories from Engineers Canada in 2023.

Read moreabout Engineers Canada’s top 5 Stories of 2023

Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board seeking a member-at-large

December 15, 2023

NOTE: This is a volunteer position at the national level, which includes travel to meetings and networking opportunities with fellow professionals. The expenses associated with the travel are covered by Engineers Canada. There is no remuneration for the position. The travel and meetings are sc…

Read moreabout Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board seeking a member-at-large

Daily Media Report recap: November 24-December 7, 2023

December 7, 2023

A discipline notice to an engineer who authenticated deficient design drawings. A New Brunswick man fined $50,000 for use of a professional engineer's seal. Geoscientists Canada CEO announces retirement. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report at the end of November. 

Read moreabout Daily Media Report recap: November 24-December 7, 2023

Share your thoughts about engineering accreditation and licensure

December 7, 2023

The Futures of Engineering Accreditation (FEA) project wants to hear from those who have enrolled in engineering education or have direct experience with the engineering licensure process. 

Read moreabout Share your thoughts about engineering accreditation and licensure

Paving the way for infrastructure rehabilitation

December 7, 2023

Alan Carter is a professor in the Department of Construction Engineering at the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS). He applies his extensive knowledge to developing asphalt pavement that is less harmful to the environment.

Read moreabout Paving the way for infrastructure rehabilitation

Regulation

Remembering December 6, 1989

December 7, 2023

On December 6, 1989, 14 women were murdered in an act of femicide at École Polytechnique de Montréal. Most of them were engineering students.

Read moreabout Remembering December 6, 1989

Regulation

How compassion can be integral to professional regulation 

November 23, 2023

There is a growing emphasis on acknowledging the often-overlooked psychological impacts experienced by individuals when they interact with regulators, including applicants to a profession, members of the public, or existing registered professionals.

Read moreabout How compassion can be integral to professional regulation 

Engineers Canada marks 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence 

November 23, 2023

The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence is an annual international campaign that calls out and speaks up against gender-based violence (GBV), and reaffirms a commitment to ending violence against women, girls, and 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals.  

Read moreabout Engineers Canada marks 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence 

Engineers Canada news

Daily Media Report recap: November 10-November 23, 2023 

November 23, 2023

Alberta changes the regulation around the use of the title ‘software engineer’. Engineers Canada urges Alberta premier to reconsider this change. Engineers Canada’s CEO Gerald McDonald is interviewed on Calgary Eyeopener to discuss this topic. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report mid-November.  

Read moreabout Daily Media Report recap: November 10-November 23, 2023 

Pagination