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November Source newsletter
For the latest ACEC and industry news, check out the most recent issue of our newsletter Source.
 
 
2016 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards
Congratulations to all winners!
On October 25 at Ottawa’s Shaw Centre, a total of 25 awards were presented to consulting engineering firms for their outstanding work on projects that connect communities, improve safety and enhance the quality of life in Canada and around the world.
 
 
Sustainable development for Canadian consulting engineers
Learn more about the critical role of consulting engineers in achieving Canada's sustainability objectives with the launch of a web-based version of Sustainable Development for Canadian Consulting Engineers - now updated with a new preface.
 
 
Engineering Student Instagram/Twitter Contest
How will you change the world with your engineering degree?
See some of the entries we've received from engineering students across Canada. We will announce the contest winner shortly. 
Prize:  VIP seat at the CCE Awards including travel and accommodation!
 
 
ACEC submission to the Standing Committee on Finance
In advance of the 2017 federal budget, ACEC has recently made a written submission to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance with recommendations to make infrastructure investments effective.
 
 
ACEC seeks improvements to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program
ACEC has proposed improvements to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) to the federal government. If adopted, these improvements will benefit engineering companies. 
 
 
ACEC’s post-budget update
Impact on consulting engineering firms and key issues to watch for 
Now that the dust has somewhat settled around the recently tabled federal budget, ACEC has a broader understanding of the budget’s impact on the Canadian consulting engineering sector and on what issues it will watch for as the plan unfolds and materializes.
 
 
Join ACEC's Parliamentary Partners program
ACEC is pleased to invite any member interested in advocating on behalf of the industry to join our grassroots efforts and register as an official Parliamentary Partner. 
 
 
ACEC-BC launches online QBS resource
ACEC-BC has developed an exciting new online resource to help municipalities and other owners implement effective procurement practices. Supported in part by ACEC-Canada, the website www.yes2qbs.com brings together QBS-related information in one convenient location and includes guides, templates and studies that offer detailed explanation of Qualifications Based Selection. 
 
 
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