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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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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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Engineers Canada’s federal budget highlights and analysis

May 6, 2021

Engineers Canada has published its highlights and analysis of the federal government’s recently released budget and how it impacts the engineering profession.

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Equity, diversity, and inclusion

Registration now open for 30 by 30 Virtual Conference

May 6, 2021

Join Engineers Canada at this year’s 30 by 30 conference, a multi-day virtual gathering for 30 by 30 Champions, engineering leaders, and engineers.

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Daily Media Report recap: April 23-May 6, 2021

May 6, 2021

A new president and CEO at WSP Canada. A feature on legal aspects of public engagement for infrastructure projects. An engineer helps an 11-year-old boy play hockey. These were the most-read stories from the Daily Media Report in late April and early May. WSP Canada: Marie-Claude Dumas has been nam…

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Foreign affairs and international trade

Engineers Canada launches upgraded tool to help regulators assess international Institutions and degrees

May 6, 2021

With thousands of international licensure applicants every year, supporting regulators to efficiently assess each candidate is a priority for Engineers Canada.

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Research

Licensing exams during a pandemic: How the NPPE adapted to an online environment

May 6, 2021

As the pandemic continues, exams for many professions are still being delivered remotely. What does this mean for the future of regulatory exam requirements?

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Pagination