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Enhanced Member Services / Bonification des services
Do you have guests travelling with you? We have an exciting companions program designed just for them! You can visit all the hot spots Quebec City has to offer. Check out the conference website: HERE to register for your events today. Don't delay and be disappointed as events may be cancelled if insufficient numbers.
See you in Quebec City!
NEW! We will now be giving CEUs for the short courses and PDHs for conference attendance! SHORT COURSES — Quebec City : Registration is now open for 5 short courses being held at the 10th International Conference on Short and Medium Span Bridges 2018 on July 31st. You do not have to be registered for the conference to attend. Please visit : http://www.smsb-2018.ca/short-courses/ for more information.
At the 2018 CSCE Annual Conference the President’s Task Force held an interactive panel discussion. Within the theme of the 2018 Conference, this panel addressed several serious, urgent and growing issues for the profession, and for society: a) Sustainability and Innovation; b) Inclusivity and Social Justice; and c) Accessibility & Universal Design of the Built Environment. The intent was to build awareness and motivation within the CSCE to address these issues, identify where the profession may be “missing the boat,” and what may lie ahead if not addressed.
Dear members, you are our best ambassadors!
On March 1st we launched our first Pin Challenge. This program aims to increase our membership and will reward you for recruiting new talented members to our Society.
Join the movement, record your challenge and post it HERE!
We look forward to seeing and hearing your challenges and hope that it will generate the desired domino effect.
We Challenge you to Pin 2 new members and be rewarded! See more
Chers membres! Vous êtes nos meilleurs ambassadeurs!
Le 1er mars, nous avons lançé notre premier Défi de l'épinglette. Ce programme vise à augmenter les adhésions à la SCGC et vous récompensera pour le recrutement de nouveaux membres talentueux au sein de notre Société.
Joignez-vous au mouvement, enregistrez votre défi ICI! Nous avons hâte de voir et d'entendre vos défis et espérons que cela générera l'effet domino souhaité. Nous vous mettons au défi d'épingler 2 nouveaux membres et soyez récompensés! Pour plus de détails
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Lifelong Learning / Formation Continue
The CSCE is pleased to offer you new Lifelong Learning opportunities through our e-learning program. Hosted in the EIC e-learning Centre, the program includes courses and recorded webinars and a free trial presentation. Please click here for full details.
La SCGC est fière de vous offrir de nouvelles opportunités de formation avec l'apprentissage en ligne. Hébergé au Centre e-learning de l'ICI, le programme comprend des cours et des wébinaires pré-enregistrés, ainsi qu'une présentation d'essai gratuite. Veuillez cliquer ici pour tous les détails.
Sections/Regions News & Events / Sections/Régions: Nouvelles et activités
University of Windsor
CSCE Fellow member and UWindsor professor Nihar Biswas received an honorary degree from the University of Guelph in recognition for his contributions to environmental engineering education and to clean water technology. Congratulations Nihar!
Three CSCE members were inducted as Fellows into the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) on June 18, 2018:
Susan Tighe, CSCE immediate Past President and Norman W. McLeod Professor in Sustainable Pavement Engineering, University of Waterloo. Kenneth Johnson, CSCE, member, author, editor, researcher, historian, and educator
and Amir Fam, CSCE Fellow, Donald and Sarah Munro Chair Professor and Associate Dean of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen’s University Congratulations to all!
To read more:
Ottawa – (18 June 2018) – President Eddy Isaacs inducted 57 new Fellows and two new International Fellows into the Canadian Academy of Engineering on 18 June 2018. The ceremony took place in Calgary, in conjunction with the Academy’s 2018 Annual General Meeting and Symposium. To view our official press release, click here.
Ottawa – (le 18 Juin 2018) – Le président Eddy Isaacs a intronisé 57 nouveaux Fellows et deux nouveaux Fellows internationaux au sein de l’Académie canadienne du génie le 18 juin 2018. La cérémonie a eu lieu à Calgary conjointement avec l’Assemblée générale annuelle et le symposium de l’Académie 2018.
Pour voir notre communiqué de presse officiel, cliquez ici.
A pair of visiting researchers are collaborating with the Sustainable Transport Safety Research Lab at UBC’s Okanagan campus to make the busy 6-lane divided Highway 97 (Harvey Avenue) through Kelowna more vibrant, aesthetic and safer. The two undergraduate students from Rotterdam University of Applied Science (RUAS), Bas de Wilde and Martijn van Blijswijk, are working under the supervision of the UBCO School of Engineering’s Associate Professor Gord Lovegrove.
Growing with Youth / Croître avec les jeunes
The Canadian Precast/Prestressed
Concrete Institute (CPCI) has a mission
to expand the knowledge of students by
disseminating ideas and information about
the design, applications, manufacturing
and use of precast concrete in Canada.
To facilitate and encourage continuous
learning and education, CPCI is pleased to
offer an annual scholarship program for
undergraduate students interested in the
field of precast or prestressed concrete.
For more information, please click here.
Did you know that you can become a student member of the CSCE for free? Your student membership will remain active until graduation at which point you will automatically become an Associate Member at no cost to you. This will allow you to explore the benefits after school for the rest of the calendar year, including taking part in the new CSCE Mentorship Program. At the end of the year, you will be sent an invoice to continue as an Associate Member. Take advantage of this program by signing up as a student member today!
Saviez-vous que vous pouvez devenir membre étudiant de la SCGC sans aucun frais? Votre adhésion à titre d'étudiant restera active jusqu'à l'obtention de votre diplôme. Vous deviendrez alors Membre associé automatiquement et toujours sans frais. Cela vous permettra d'explorer les privilèges de membre après vos études pour le reste de l'année civile, y compris une participation au nouveau programme de mentorat de la SCGC. À la fin de l'année, vous serez invités à régler des frais d'adhésion pour maintenir votre statut de Membre associé. Profitez de ce programme en devenant membre étudiant aujourd'hui !
| CSCE Programs and Events / Programmes et événements de la SCGC|
A special session “Lessons from Canada” is being organized by CSCE’s International Affairs Committee (IAC). This will be hosted at the 3rd R. N. Raikar Memorial International Conference and 'Gettu - Kodur' International Symposium on ‘Advances in Science & Technology of Concrete’, 14th & 15th December 2018, Mumbai. Details about this conference are available at: http://rnrconf.icaci.com/
Anyone interested should contact Dr. Rishi Gupta, Chair, IAC, CSCE. Email email@example.com before
Tuesday, July 31st, 2018.
|Programs and Events from Partner Organizations / Programmes et événements d'organisations partenaires|
News & Events-General / Nouvelles et activités générales
CSA S157-17 / S157.1-17 Strength Design in Aluminum was published in late 2017. It is available in both English and French @ http://shop.csa.ca/en/canada/structures/s157-17s1571-17/invt/27007262017. This standard applies to the design, fabrication, erection, and inspection of aluminum alloy members and assemblies. It is for building applications, but it is written in a form that it may be used for all types of aluminum load-bearing components or assemblies.
|Drafts of the 2019 edition of the Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code
Fibre Reinforced Concrete Annex. Concluding July 28th.
The public review draft for this Annex can be found here: https://publicreview.csa.ca/Home/Details/3016
Leadership in Sustainable Infrastructure / Leadership en infrastructures
City crews are set to replace two "vintage" water mains and reconstruct part of the roadway on Jarvis Street this week as part of a $2.3 million project, Toronto's chief engineer says.
The old water mains, situated between Dundas Street East and Queen Street East, are more than a century old, according to Michael D'Andrea, executive director of the city's engineering and construction service.
Prince George Citizen
Every pipeline in North America — whether conveying oil, water, natural gas or some other fluid — is an engineered structure. This means that the sign-off on the design of the pipeline requires a professional engineer's stamp — and all the ethical and legal obligations that come with it.
Globe and Mail
One of the oldest commercial blocks in Toronto is about to get a new lease on life as an office complex. It’s unique not only for the heritage elements that will be restored, but also because it’s being built on a purely speculative basis.
The head of the Transportation Safety Board of Canada says much has been accomplished five years after the Lac-Megantic train derailment in which 47 people were killed, but more remains to be done.
Kathleen Fox, the board’s chair, said that not enough attention has been paid to finding ways that would prevent uncontrolled movement of stationary trains.
A panel of three judges has upheld the City of Greater Sudbury's decision to prevent Interpaving Limited from bidding on city projects for four years after a pedestrian was killed by a grader at a construction site on Elgin Street in September 2015.
In a decision delivered June 29, justices Herman Wilton-Siegel and Julie Thorburn wrote that the city's failure to provide Interpaving with formal notice of the proposal to debar the company from bidding on city paving contracts, or an opportunity to be heard before the debarment decision was made in March 2016, did constitute a breach of procedural fairness.
U of T Engineering
Professor Mark Fox (MIE) was recently named associate director of research for the University of Toronto’s new School of Cities. With more than half of the world’s population now living in cities, the initiative brings together many research disciplines across U of T to solve pressing global issues facing urban areas.
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