Olympian efforts in engineering

As the Winter Olympics come to a close, National Engineering Month 2018 wants to keep the spirit alive with 5 cutting edge engineering innovations that push humans to the limit of what is humanly possible. Bobsleigh The winners of the bobsleigh event are determined by one-hundredths of a second, so every tiny advantage you can gain

5 inspiring National Engineering Month events

It's less than a week to National Engineering Month! We're kicking off the NEM 2018 blog with 5 inspiring events that show of the world changing spirit of engineering! 1. Water for the World - March 19th-23rd in Toronto Water for the World is an annual event series for students in grades 7-9 run by the

Nothing But NEM 2017

Last night the NEM 2017 kicked off the month with a celebration. Our partner organizations all came out out to get this month's events going at The Antler Room in downtown Toronto. Representatives from OSPE, OACETT, PEO and EWB were in attendance and shared their thoughts on why campaigns like NEM 2017 are so

Canada Celebrates 2017 National Engineering Month

National Engineering Month 2017 has arrived! We'd like to start off by thanking all of you our wonderful and generous contributors. From our volunteers to our presenter to our sponsors and allies, we are so grateful to be working with such great organizations and individuals. The time is upon us to be laying out

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A Message from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

The organizers of National Engineering Month at Conestoga College received a letter for the Prime Minister! Congratulations to the engineering students of Conestoga for the shout out from the Highest Office in the country. It reads: It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the celebration for Conestoga National Engineering Month. Conestoga is

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