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Third annual Canadian Environmental & Engineering Executives Conference goes virtual October 1


The 2020 Canadian Environmental & Engineering Executives Conference (CE3C) will be delivered virtually on October 1, 2020. A select group of Canadian corporate executives in environmental consulting and engineering will be attending this third annual event that provides an exclusive platform for them to meet, network, and discuss key issues facing our industries. 

While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the CE3C team to change plans from an in-person gathering in Vancouver to a virtual conference, they have adapted the program to suit the new timing and format while continuing to deliver the same quality speakers and high-level, topical discussions as in previous years. Due to the unprecedented economic and operational changes that the pandemic has brought, the Canadian environmental consulting and engineering industry faces both new opportunities and unexpected challenges. Ongoing issues such as commodity pricing, human resource management, trade disputes, and the globalization of goods and services continue to factor into C-Suite decisions. CE3C executives now must also consider heightened risk exposure, new safety regimes, and dramatic operational and business development shifts in order to maintain top and bottom-line corporate performance. 

This year’s conference has been condensed to focus on these topics and allow engineering and consulting executives to share their insights using a secure and reliable virtual event platform (Crowdcast), which allows for real-time polling, questions and answers, and chat functions to make the most of their time on screen. CE3C speakers, moderators, and staff will encourage all delegates to be vocal and engaged either through the panel session presentations, during question and answer opportunities, or in the polls and open chat. 

If you are an engineering or environmental consulting executive, consider attending this important gathering and learn from your peers, especially during a unique year in Canadian history. For more information on the program and to register, please visit