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07 December 2017
On October 3, the provincial government announced it would be undertaking a review of the Province’s professional reliance model. The review began with an audit of five professional associations, including Engineers and Geoscientists BC and the associations governing agrology, applied science technology, applied biology, and professional forestry.
07 December 2017
If you currently work or have previously worked in a STEM field, the Breaking Barriers for Women in STEM project is looking for your participation in their survey.
06 December 2017
The Engineers and Geoscientists BC Affinity Program offers discounts to members on various products and services through partnership with selected suppliers. Important updates have been made to the YVR Airport Parking and are as follows. 
06 December 2017
Looking for a way to contribute to the recruitment and retention of women in engineering and geoscience? Consider volunteering with the Women in Engineering and Geoscience Division.
06 December 2017
Canadian professional engineers can now receive a 50 percent discount when they register for any online course offered by the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE).
05 December 2017
Annual membership renewal for 2018 is currently underway, and members are asked to indicate if they have met the requirements of the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Guideline for the 2017 calendar year.
21 November 2017
A Notice of Inquiry was issued to Mr. Lee in April 2017 regarding his use of engineering seal.  In lieu of proceeding to a disciplinary inquiry, Mr. Lee agreed to a Consent Order dated October 31, 2017.
21 November 2017
A Notice of Inquiry was issued to Zhanchao Zhao, P.Eng., regarding a practice review Dr. Zhao underwent which identified a number of deficiencies with respect to Dr. Zhao’s practice from 2012 to 2014.
09 November 2017
An amendment to BC’s Flood Hazard Area Land Use Management Guidelines incorporating sea level rise into building setbacks and flood construction in coastal areas comes into effect January 1, 2018.
09 November 2017
Joining a division puts you in contact with practitioners with similar professional interests, and promotes discussion amongst members.
 
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