OACETT: Engineering Technicians and Engineering Technologists

What’s the difference between an Engineer and an Engineering Technologist? National Engineering Month is a lot of fun, but do you see yourself being involved in engineering as a career? You may have heard of Professional Engineers: in Canada to become an Engineer it requires a 4-year university degree, plus an additional few years of experience

NEM Celebrates #WorldWaterDay

#WorldWaterDay Today is World Water Day! This celebration has been held annually on March 22 “as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.” The day as been observed since 1993 and each year World Water Day focuses on a specific aspect of water.

The Faces of NEM – Jerome James, P. Eng.

To enhance the National Engineering Month experience, we are profiling Engineers or Engineering Technologists this March. We’ll be focusing on highlighting diversity in the careers and individuals interviewed across Canada. Today we have a chat with Jerome James, P. Eng., a Conservation and Demand Program Analyst at Alectra Utilities. Think of a moment from your past when you

Top 5 engineering wonders you can visit during March break

March break is not even half over! If you need some local ideas of where to go as a family this week, here are our favourite engineering wonders that are in Ontario and totally worth the visit. 1. CN Tower - Civil construction engineering The CN Tower is an iconic piece of the Toronto skyline and the world's tallest

Elsie MacGill makes the longlist!

In early April, at the tail-end of National Engineering Month, we asked youth, post-secondary students and engineering professionals to submit Elsie MacGill's name as a #bankNOTEable woman. Today the Bank of Canada has announced the 12 Canadian women who could be featured on a Canadian banknote starting in 2018 and Elsie MacGill has made the list! The long

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