The Engineering Our Future campaign aims to bridge the knowledge gaps around equity in engineers, types of engineering, and the importance of the industry to Canada as a whole.
The future of engineering is in our hands. Below, prominent figures in the engineering world share their thoughts on the importance of equality, diversity, inclusion and how the field of engineering can drive more innovation.
A career in gaming could be ideal for women looking for a creative and empowering workplace that fosters inclusivity.
Through an integrated partnership focused on community engagement and sustainability, AECOM and Graham Construction’s latest design-build project for the Capital Regional District is a masterpiece.
It may seem odd to see love on a construction company’s list of values. But Pomerleau ranks love — the love of its people and the love of finding solutions to benefit communities — as perhaps its most important value.
Small classes, undergraduate research opportunities, first-year design courses, experiential learning and most of all a passion for sustainability make the School of Engineering at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) stand out.
Here’s how the University of Regina gears its programs to produce a diverse pool of graduates with skills beyond the technical.
Canada’s largest space company, MDA, is looking to hire hundreds of engineers over the next few years to support several exciting, innovative space projects running out of its headquarters in Brampton, ON, and across the country.
Learn more about the only college in Canada that has an engineering degree in Mechatronics, and an engineering degree in Information Systems Engineering.
Be a part of the virtual engineering activities and events this National Engineering month. Help your children explore the world of engineering, hands-on.
Marie-Philippe Gill (@girlknowstech on social media), a software engineering graduate of École de technologie supérieure in Montreal, discusses her experience as an engineering student and gives her advice to future students.
The most innovative first-year engineering program in Canada launches this fall at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Engineering. We call it RE-ENGINEERED.
Being the first Canadian woman in space, Dr. Roberta Bondar has paved the way for many after. She fosters the notion that diversity isn’t just one-dimensional — it’s the pillar of innovation, collaboration, and the future of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)