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CSCE 2015 Annual Conference
Conference registration is now open!
Take advantage of the special early bird rates to secure your place at the best civil engineering conference of the year!

Please click HERE for more information on special rates and to register today!

Les inscriptions à notre Congrès annuel sont ouvertes!
Profitez des tarifs préférentiels pour réserver votre place au meilleur congrès de génie civil de l’année.

Cliquez ICI pour plus de détails sur les tarifs spéciaux et vous inscrire dès aujourd’hui!
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Lifelong Learning

CSA-S6 Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code 2015
Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa
April 28-30, 2015
Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon
May 12-15, 2015
This course will be offered in Quebec and the Maritimes at a later date.
Cette formation sera offerte au Québec et dans les Maritimes à une date ultérieure.

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2015 CANCAM Award
This biannual award from Canadian Congress of Applied Mechanics (CANCAM) recognizes outstanding achievements in the area of Applied Mechanics by a Canadian or non-Canadian researcher who has worked in Canada for a minimum of five years. All areas of Applied Mechanics (e.g., Solid Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Computational Mechanics, Biomechanics) are considered. The award, which includes a medal, a certificate, and some travel support, will be presented at the 25th CANCAM to be held at Western University, London, Ontario in May 31-June 04, 2015.
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 CSCE Programs and Events / Programmes et événements de la SCGC

Event Location/Date Updates
The 22nd Canadian Hydrotechnical Conference Montreal, Canada
April 29 - May 2, 2015
The main theme of this conference will focus on sustainable management of water resources in the context of climate and environmental changes.
14th Global Joint Seminar on Geo-Environmental Engineering Montreal, Canada
May 21 - 22, 2015

Fourth Climate Change Technology Conference Montreal, Canada
May 25 - 27, 2015
The Climate Change Technology 2015 conference in Montreal will be featuring a Leeding Green course.
5th International / 11th Construction Specialty Conference (ICSC15) University of British Columbia
Vancouver Campus
June 8 - 10, 2015
Welcome to the 5th International/11th Construction Specialty Conference (ICSC 15). The conference provides the opportunity for researchers and practitioners of construction around the world to share the most recent innovations and developments in the construction industry.

Programs and Events from Partner Organizations / Programmes et événements d'organisations partenaires

Event Location/Date Updates
The 5th International Conference on Smart Materials and Nanotechnology in Engineering Vancouver, Canada
July 15 - 17, 2015
16th International Conference on Cold Regions Engineering Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
July 19 - 22. 2015

The Canadian Association of Earthquake Engineers (CAEE) Victoria, British Columbia
July 21 - 24, 2015
1st International Interactive Symposium on Ultra-High Performance Concrete New York City

Abstracts deadline: March 15, 2015

  PaveDrain- A Permeable Paving Solution
Nilex’s PaveDrain® system is a revolutionary, permeable articulating concrete block/mat developed to effectively manage stormwater runoff. It combines a patented arch design in a concrete block to create an internal storage chamber. The arch forms a reservoir for stormwater runoff while simultaneously providing strength for heavy vehicular loads.

Top 10 largest construction project starts in Canada — January 2015
Daily Commercial News
There are several reasons for highlighting upcoming large projects. Such jobs have often received a fair amount of media coverage. Therefore, people in the industry are on the lookout for when job-site work actually gets underway.

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Caisse eyes 'substantial infrastructure opportunities' in the U.S.
The Globe and Mail
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec has already helped Canadian investors become the single largest foreign buyer of U.S. commercial real estate since 2010.

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First Nation fire safety hurt by lack of standards, chief says
CBC News
First Nations children living on reserve are likely to continue dying at a rate of 10 times greater than other Canadians until standards for fire safety are enacted, says the Assembly of First Nations Ontario regional chief.

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Growing with Youth / Croître avec les jeunes

Let's Get Social! / Soyez branchés!

Do you want to keep track of what's going on in the world of Civil Engineering online? Why not join the conversation? Follow us, like us, and join us!

Voulez-vous être au fait de ce qui se passe dans le monde du génie civil en ligne? Prenez part à la conversation. Suivez-nous, aimez-nous et joignez-vous à nous!

Cégep de Chicoutimi is top of the pops
This past weekend Concordia University hosted the 31st Annual CSCE Troitsky Bridge Building Competition. Thirty three teams and hundreds of students gathered in Montreal for three days of fun and competition, including bridge building, design presentations, and the infamous bridge crushing! Congratulations to Cégep de Chicoutimi who held on to the title of overall winner, which they also earned at last year's competition.
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2015 James Dyson Award is now open
The James Dyson Foundation is looking for Canada’s best and brightest young industrial design and engineering students to submit their design idea for something that solves a problem. You could with a prize of $54,000. The competition runs in 20 countries and last year there were many notable Canadian entries, including national winner PrintAlive Bioprinter, from the University of Toronto and Suncayr from University of Waterloo. Watch the call for entries here:
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Leadership in Sustainable Infrastructure / Leadership en infrastructures durables

John Tory 'furious' about reported cost overruns in TTC construction
CBC News
Mayor John Tory is "furious" over cost and time overruns on the construction of the York-Spadina subway extension and he is vowing a wholesale change in the way the city operates. The TTC's unfinished 8.6-kilometre subway extension from Downsview Station to York University and beyond to Vaughan is over budget, Tory said in a recent news conference. According to a report in the Toronto Star, the project is approximately $400-million over budget and possibly two years off-schedule.
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Funding cutbacks hurt roads
Blackburn News
A group of Lambton County mayors is pushing for increased infrastructure funding for rural municipalities. A delegation including Enniskillen Mayor Kevin Marriott recently met with representatives from the provincial Finance Minister’s office at the Ontario Good Roads Assocation conference in Toronto. A total of six municipalities were represented.
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Too often, building public infrastructure is simply not the best way to invest money (National Post)
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University of Calgary wins the CSCE Cup (CSCE)
Caisse eyes 'substantial infrastructure opportunities' in the U.S. (The Globe and Mail)

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Winnipeg stadium consortium suing architect, builder over alleged construction deficiencies
Yahoo Sports
Almost $5 million has already reportedly gone into fixing Winnipeg's Investors Group Field, which is set to host the Grey Cup this November, in the less than two years since the facility opened in May 2013. Further required repairs and alterations are expected to cost millions more. Now, the group that owns the stadium is suing architect Ray Wan and builder Stuart Olson Construction, alleging a failure to consider heating, drainage and other vital issues.
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Engineering a bright future: 10 female students to watch
U of T Engineering News
Whether it's combatting climate change, enhancing biomedical technologies or improving urban infrastructure, engineers are solving global challenges and making a positive impact on our world. Approaching these problems often requires diverse perspectives and multidisciplinary collaborations. And yet, as of 2013, women accounted for just 11.7 per cent of all professional engineers in Canada.
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Alberta adds $400 million to infrastructure while opponents call it electioneering
Global News
Opposition politicians say an election call is clearly coming after the Alberta government brought municipal leaders together in Red Deer to re-announce extra funds for infrastructure.
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