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The Fall Let’s Talk Careers Competition kicks off October 30th!

October 12, 2023

Engineers Canada, in partnership with Let’s Talk Science, Skills/Compétences Canada, and ChatterHigh, is supporting the Let’s Talk Careers: Canada’s Most Informed School and Students Competition, bringing an added focus to engineering.  

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Having a seat at the table: Environmentalism in the oil and gas industry

October 12, 2023

Ijeoma Omodu is a mechanical engineer and an environmentalist who works in the oil and gas industry, focusing on reducing emissions and environmental impact while advocating for sustainable energy security.

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Daily Media Report recap: September 15-September 28, 2023

September 28, 2023

SNC-Lavalin rebrands to AtkinsRéalis to reset its image and distance itself from past scandals. A prominent Edmonton developer is linked to Castledowns Pointe condo at the brink of collapse. Recovery of a boring machine trapped under a Toronto street is delayed again. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report in the middle of September.

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ICYMI: Engineers Canada celebrates Gender Equality Week

September 28, 2023

September 17 to 23, 2023, was Gender Equality Week in Canada. We take this opportunity to consider the actions that we can all undertake to bring greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging to our schools, workplaces, and the engineering profession overall.  

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2023 membership report now available

September 28, 2023

The annual report gathers information on the provincial and territorial engineering regulators’ membership, providing information about the growth and composition of the engineering profession in Canada.

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Indigenous peoples

Marking National Truth and Reconciliation Day and Orange Shirt Day 

September 28, 2023

To mark National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day on September 30, our staff reflected on what we have done to advance truth and reconciliation in engineering, and what work we will continue to undertake. 

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Climate change and the environment

How geotechnical engineers address risk and resilience

September 14, 2023

Laura Hutchinson is a senior engineer who tackles the geological problems that underpin communities—or that come from above, are driven by climate, or caused by natural formations.

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Daily Media Report recap: September 1-September 14, 2023 

September 14, 2023

A legal battle over who has the right to call themself an engineer. Residents ordered to evacuate Edmonton condo. APEGA introduces their new President, Manon Plante. These were the most-read stories in the Daily Media Report at the beginning of September. 

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Equity, diversity, and inclusion

Behind the scenes at Engineers Canada: Equity and Belonging

August 31, 2023

For the final edition of our summer series, Behing the Scenes at Engineers Canada, we explore Engineers Canada’s work on equity, diversity, and inclusion with Advisor, Equity and Belonging, Yasemin Tanaçan-Blacklock.

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