March 2016

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Federal infrastructure program needs to be efficient and strategic

ACEC speaks out in advance of Budget 2016

With the release of the federal budget set for March 22, ACEC is actively engaging both elected and department officials to ensure that the association and its members are seen, collectively, as a valued stakeholder and a trusted voice with government.
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Participate in ACEC’s #InvestInfrastructure campaign and Parliamentary Partners program

ACEC encourages all its members to participate in its #InvestInfrastructure campaign and 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.
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ACEC-SK advocates strategic infrastructure investment in lead-up to provincial election

Strategic infrastructure investment will be the message put forward by ACEC-SK in the lead-up to Saskatchewan’s election on April 4. ACEC-SK is pleased to announce the launch of its “Informed Infrastructure Investment” election campaign and encourages all member firms to get involved.
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Enter the 2016 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards!

Entries are now invited – deadline March 22, 2016

The Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards represent the highest honours for excellence in consulting engineering and offer an unparalleled opportunity to gain recognition for your firm and your employees.
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National Engineering Month

Celebrating engineering excellence across Canada

March is National Engineering Month (NEM). As a NEM partner, ACEC is promoting consulting engineering as a career choice and encouraging its members to get involved in this national initiative.
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The high stakes of professional disciplinary proceedings: don’t be caught short

Professional engineers are licensed and regulated in accordance with standards of professional practice and ethics. A complaint of professional misconduct made against an engineer can proceed through an investigation to a disciplinary hearing.
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Save the date: ACEC National Leadership Conference

The national showcase for Canada’s consulting engineering firms

Ottawa, ON
October 23-25

Be part of an exciting series of events for leaders in Canada’s consulting engineering sector, October 23-25. Join us for ACEC’s national conference, in conjunction with the Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards Gala and ACEC’s Parliament Hill Day.

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Upcoming PSMJ seminars

Principals Bootcamp
April 26-27, 2016
Toronto, ON
Register now

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