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​September 2018

     
 

New additions to the ACEC national leadership conference program!

 

Don't miss the chance to be part of the only national conference for the consulting engineering sector!

Register for the ACEC national leadership conference today to learn, network, and celebrate with your colleagues and industry leaders.  

 


ACEC’s new fall webinar series is a must for any young professional

 

Register today!

Our first webinar series was such a success that ACEC, in association with DFS, have partnered again to offer a second series of webinars to help young professionals develop skills essential for a successful career as a consulting engineer.

 


Upcoming PSMJ Seminars 

 

Project Management Bootcamp
October 2-3, 2018 
Toronto, ON
Register today!

 

Project Management Bootcamp
January 22-23, 2019 
Toronto, ON
Register today!

 

 
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Standing up for Free Trade

 

ACEC-Canada formally joins the Canadian Chamber of Commerce led Coalition to Keep Trade Free.

The Coalition to Keep Trade Free helps organizations mobilize at the local, state/province and federal levels to advocate for freer trade within North American and around the world, as well as to ensure a successful renegotiation of NAFTA for continued economic prosperity for Canada, the U.S. and Mexico.

 


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Ensuring the voice of consulting engineers is heard before Budget 2019

 

Our 2019 pre-budget submission reinforces infrastructure’s role in creating prosperity, productivity and competitiveness.

ACEC made a written submission to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance as part of its pre-budget consultations for 2019.

 


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Q&A with Minister Carr featured in Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine

 

The Honourable Jim Carr, former Minister of Natural Resources and current Minister of International Trade Diversification, sits down with ACEC President & CEO John Gamble to speak on the government's vision in regards to natural resources.

In Discussion with ACEC is a series of informal conversations with Federal Government decision makers who have an impact on the consulting engineering sector. During these interviews, ACEC President & CEO John Gamble delves into the government’s policies and programs to gain a first-hand understanding of its long-term vision on the issues/challenges facing the sector. 

 


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Quebec Government withdraws draft regulation that would have allowed selection of lowest bidder

 

The government of Quebec is looking for ways to open the markets and to make public procurement accessible to SMEs and new firms.

The Quebec government released its draft Regulation amending the Regulation respecting certain service contracts of public bodies on June 27, 2018.

 


 

Microsoft presents “The Business Owner's Guide to Technology”

 

Looking for business advice? Register for your copy of "The Business Owner's Guide to Technology."

From sales and marketing, to finances, human resources, and IT—modern technology can impact every part of your business. Get expert advice on how the right tech can help, not hinder, growth.

 

 

Upcoming Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES) Events  

 

Four national events, organized by CFES, offer sponsorship and partnership opportunities that could benefit your firm!

The Canadian Federation of Engineering Students’ (CFES) events offer a valuable opportunity to reach the next generation of engineers and recruit talented graduates from across Canada.

 

 

ACEC member news and notices

 

View news related to the Canadian consulting engineering sector with ACEC, and its members', media releases and advisories.  

 


ACEC social media updates

 

Keep up-to-date with what's trending in the Canadian consulting engineering sector with ACEC, and its members', social media activities.

 


 

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ACEC members are encouraged to forward their news stories and announcements to Christina Locmelis, Senior Communications and Marketing Specialist, at clocmelis@acec.ca or by calling 1-800-565-0569.
 
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