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April 20, 2016
news: Is gender imbalance in engineering really a problem?
 
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ACEC-Manitoba gives top award to Pointe du Bois Spillway

Huge hydroelectric project wins Keystone Award. Excellent work of consulting engineering firms Teshmont, Crosier Kilgour and AECOM also recognized in this year's celebrations. » Read full article

Ontario technologists ahead of engineers in continuing professional development

OACETT implemented mandatory program at beginning of the year. Professional Engineers Ontario is working on details of a risk-based approach. » Read full article

Auditor uncovers serious problems in Alberta's school building program

One hundred projects are delayed, while provincial departments in charge sometimes don't know scope of a project, or even if the sites are available. » Read full article
 
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CCE - Directory of Building Engineers

New ASHRAE 62.1 standard covers the new reality

New standard is revised to account for people using e-cigarettes and cannabis. »read more

Government to spend $800 million on Chalk River improvements

Aging nuclear research facility now run by consortium of large engineering companies. »read more

Is gender imbalance in engineering really a problem?

Editorial in Maclean's presents surprising and unusual position. »read more
 
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Energy Summit 2016

May 17-18, 2016
Location: Niagara Falls, ON » more info