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Q&A with Nancy Hill, Engineers Canada President

August 3, 2023

In May, Nancy Hill was inducted as Engineers Canada’s 81st President. She will guide the Board as it works on a number of priorities, including development of the 2025-2029 strategic plan. Engineering Matters sat down with Hill and discussed what she sees ahead for the term.

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Engineers Canada and Petsecure celebrate 15-year partnership

July 20, 2023

On July 20, 2023, Engineers Canada is celebrating a long-standing and successful partnership with affinity partner, Petsecure pet health insurance!

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Heating the North through winter winds

July 20, 2023

In another edition of the Building Tomorrows series, Engineers Canada spoke with Jean-Paul Pinard – a wind turbine engineer.

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Behind the scenes at Engineers Canada: Translation

July 20, 2023

This summer, we’re taking you behind the scenes at Engineers Canada to share some of the important work of staff and their impact on the engineering profession at a national level.

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New National Position Statement on biomedical engineering

July 20, 2023

Biomedical engineering is a rapidly evolving field, and there is an increasing need for licensed biomedical engineers who can apply their knowledge of engineering principles and practices to the planning, design, development, and evaluation of medical devices, equipment, materials, and therapies.

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Daily Media Report recap: July 7-July 20, 2023

July 20, 2023

A BC engineer was disciplined for unprofessional conduct. Experts weigh in on PEO’s decision to remove Canadian work experience from licensing requirements. APEGA and AAA clarify building envelope practice rights. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report in mid-July.

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Engineers Canada issues Request for Proposal (RFP) for the development of a Paper on the regulation of emerging disciplines

July 14, 2023

Through the Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board CEQB (CEQB), Engineers Canada is seeking proposals from firms or individual consultants to develop a Paper on the regulation of emerging disciplines. The Project will be developed through a phased, consultation-based approach, with an anticipate…

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Engineers Canada volunteers with Ottawa Community Housing during annual staff volunteer day

July 6, 2023

On June 23, 2023, Engineers Canada staff members picked up paintbrushes and rollers and set to work painting three floors of an Ottawa Community Housing (OCH) apartment building in their annual volunteer day.

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Engineers and Geoscientists BC announces creation of independent advocacy body

July 6, 2023

Engineers and Geoscientists BC announced that it was initiating the creation of an independent advocacy body for the engineering and geoscience professions in the province, expected to be operational in July 2025.

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Engineers Canada at the Canadian Engineering Education Conference 2023

July 6, 2023

Members of Engineers Canada’s accreditation team attended the Canadian Engineering Education Association’s annual conference in Kelowna, BC, from June 19-21, 2023.

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