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news: Who's that fellow in the hard hat? A stereotypical engineer of course

Quebec engineering licensing body put under trusteeship

Despite making efforts to show how it would sort out its troubles, the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ) has lost its right to be self-governing. » Read full article

Ottawa's original 1912 train station to house Canada's Senate

The grand Beaux-Arts structure that once welcomed passengers into the heart of Canada's capital was converted into a conference centre in the 60s. Now it is being transformed again for a critical new government role. » Read full article

WSP Canada has new president and CEO

In a busy month, the Montreal-based global company appoints new head in Canada, opens an office in "steel city," and makes announcements on two international acquisitions. » Read full article

Canada's 2015 national building codes now official

The 2015 editions of the codes — with 600 changes — "respond to the changing needs of Canadians and to new technologies, materials and research," according to the NRC. » Read full article

Assessing international engineering qualifications is a challenge

Extract from an interview in the Regina Leader-Post with Bob McDonald, P.Eng., the new executive director at the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan. » Read full article

Who's that fellow in the hard hat? A stereotypical engineer of course

A U.K. organization is battling the use of hard hats to represent engineers in the media, saying it's a "serious national challenge." » Read full article
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