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Allen leaving Engineers Canada

January 31, 2017 -

Engineers Canada has announced that Kim Allen is leaving his post as chief executive officer of Engineers Canada effective immediately. “The Board of Directors of Engineers Canada wishes Kim well and thanks him for his contributions as CEO,” said Chris Roney, president of Engineers Canada. Mr...

Categories: National, News

Engineers receive new IRP designation

June 24, 2016 -

Engineers Canada presented the first cohort of professional engineers with the new certification of Infrastructure Resilience Professional (IRP). The six engineers have each completed a series of professional development workshops that enhances their competency in planning, designing and managing...

Categories: News

BCIT Engineering Grads Can Now Gain CEAB Accreditation

June 29, 2010 -

The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) has produced its first batch of graduates out of its new degree program in Civil Engineering. This is the first time the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (under the guidance of Engineers Canada) has granted accreditation to a non-university...

Categories: National, News, Western Canada

Adaptation

October 28, 2009 -

The federal government has announced $2.49 million in funding for two projects through Both projects are funded through Natural Resources Canada’s Climate Change Adaptation Initiatives program. “We’re very pleased to work with Engineers Canada and the Canadian Institute of Planners to assess...

Categories: National, News

Is action enough?

September 8, 2009 -

March 2011 With 20 months to go before the 2011 deadline to complete stimulus-funded projects, is the plan working the way the federal government had hoped? Some participants said that municipalities have already been given leeway. Will there be 
a flexible deadline or new conditions? John Baird:...

Categories: Features

Building A Round Table

June 22, 2009 -

Over 150 years ago, Canada started to evolve wagon trails into networks of roads, communities developed adjacent to these roads, then communal water and sewage systems were installed. With the age of the automobile, our road quality and network grew rapidly as did our need for new infrastructure. The...

Categories: Features

Accounting for Infrastructure

April 1, 2009 -

Engineers Canada is moving forward with its joint research project with the National Research Council (NRC). Last spring, the feds announced $815,000 in funding (pocket change in light of recent funding announcements under the stimulus package) for the NRC and Engineers Canada to develop a scientific...

Categories: ReNew Canada Blog

New Leaders for NRTSI

February 26, 2009 -

After leading the transition team that helped create of the National Round Table on Sustainable Infrastructure (NRTSI), Engineers Canada is passing the torch to new co-chairs Reg Andres, P.Eng., Canadian Society of Civil Engineering (CSCE), and Ric Robertshaw, P.Eng., Canadian Public Works Association...

Categories: National, News

ReNew Canada Publisher on 2009 Federal Budget

February 13, 2009 -

A couple weeks ago, in the wake of the release of our Top 100 Projects supplement and the 2009 federal budget, our publisher Todd Latham was asked to sit down with CBC News Today with Harry Forestell to talk about both. Todd was joined on air via satellite by Engineers Canada CEO Chantal Guay to talk...

Categories: ReNew Canada Blog

Bridging the [Funding] [Knowledge] [Data] Gap

September 29, 2008 -

Since the Building Canada Plan was announced in Budget 2007, Infrastructure Canada has not changed its message — in fact, they've tried twice to submit a letter for our readers, but have nothing new to say since Minister Cannon's last submitted a letter for our September/October 2006 issue. They've...

Categories: Features

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