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A closer look at Budget 2019
A deeper dive on the budget and what it means for you and your firm.
On the evening of March 19th, following the government’s release of budget 2019, we provided you with a high-level overview of how it would impact the consulting engineering sector. In this article, Impact Public Affairs, who support ACEC with its advocacy and government relations activities, offers a deeper dive on the budget and what it means for you and your firm.
Infrastructure is an investment in prosperity and a core business of government
Op-ed by ACEC-Canada President & CEO, John Gamble featured in Hill Times.
ACEC-Canada responds to report issued by the Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) on March 13th - “The reality is that infrastructure enhances our competitiveness and creates significant economic opportunities for Canadians both in the short and long term.”
Awards recognized contributions to engineering excellence.
As part of celebrating its 125th Anniversary, the Queen’s University faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has recognized 125 alumni, faculty members and students for their contributions to engineering excellence.
The Northwest Territories and Nunavut Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists (NAPEG) recognizes ACEC-NT leaders Katrina Nokleby and John Clark, along with Dillon Consulting Limited and Gary Strong, for their contributions to the engineering profession and the community.
Why Is Benchmarking Critical for Your AE Firm?: Hear from your peers at Degenkolb Engineers and Niles Bolton Associates during this on demand webinar to learn how and why they leverage benchmarking within their firm. They’ll share how the Clarity A&E Industry Study helps them set their goals, measure their success and compare themselves to others in the industry.
Federal Budget: Measures relevant to engineering firms
Budget 2019 introduces credits, benefits and skills development support, and focuses on enforcement actions.
Watch RSM Canada’s video and read the article. Measures introduced by the 2019 Federal Budget are aimed at helping employees develop workforce skills and ensure that companies have greater access to highly-skilled global talent. The Budget also provides additional funding for audits of high-net-worth individuals and their businesses.