The Association is saddened by the news of the anti-Muslim attack in London, Ontario. While this is a tragedy felt across the country, the engineering profession
has lost a bright star who treasured education, female advancement, equality, and research in Madiha Salman, one of the victims. Madiha graduated with
a bachelor's degree in civil engineering in Pakistan. In Canada, she obtained a master's degree at Western University and was working on her PhD.
We offer our sincerest condolences to everyone affected by this tragic event. To learn more, see the
CBC News website.
On June 23, join us as we observe International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), the world's biggest initiative celebrating the achievements of women
in engineering and allied roles. See the news story
to download the 2021 INWED selfie cards
and post your photo and message on social media. This year's theme is Engineering Heroes. See below for more information about two casual, one-hour virtual
networking events to recognize and celebrate our engineering heroes.
Master the techniques of writing superior winning proposals with interactive discussions and one-on-ones with the instructor during this workshop
normally held at the University of Winnipeg. For more information and to register,
see the Grant Training Center website
Join Engineers Canada and the Canadian Urban Institute on National Indigenous Peoples Day for an exploration of urbanism with
Indigenous practitioners, some at the onset of their careers, and others at the fore. For more information and to register,
see the event listing
Join us to celebrate internationally trained engineers with Nusraat Masood, EIT, Director of the Internationally Educated Engineering
Qualifications Program. Nusraat will interview engineers who will share insights about transitioning to Canada and attempting to
continue a career in engineering. Participants will also have the opportunity to share some of their journeys, connect with folks of diverse nationalities, cultures, and languages to broaden their networks. To register,
see the event listing
Engineering is a critical part of the pandemic response and the medical field in general, increasing tools used for detection,
treatment, and safety, but we don't always get to hear about it. Join Heather Smart, P.Eng., and Alanna Gray, EIT, part of a team
producing and ensuring the quality of COVID-19 nasopharyngeal swabs and reusable N95 respirators - two products their company did not manufacture before 2020, as they
share more about their work during the pandemic. To register, see the event listing