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14 September 2017
Engineers and Geoscientists BC and the Association of BC Forest Professionals are taking action to address concerns raised by the Forest Practices Board about the construction of resource roads in steep terrain.
06 September 2017
The association’s live webinars and Online Learning Centre make it easy to enjoy the flexibility and convenience to learn whenever or wherever you choose.
06 September 2017
For many years, Engineers and Geoscientists BC has awarded life memberships under the association’s Bylaw 10(c.1). As a result of concerns raised about the bylaw, this practice has been discontinued while the matter is under review.
06 September 2017
An overview of Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s 2017/2018 operating and capital budget will be available online for viewing by members and the public.
06 September 2017
The Foundation offers a number of scholarships to undergraduate students in BC. Applications are now being accepted.
06 September 2017
On August 23, APEGBC became Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia. The new name comes with a new logo and visual identity, and a new strategy for expressing who the association and its members are: modern, diverse, and practicing to the highest professional and ethical standards.
06 September 2017
Voting is now open for the 2017/2018 Council Election. To help you make an informed choice, this year’s voting material includes candidate statements and a Q&A to provide voters with more information about candidates running for office.
22 August 2017
On August 23, APEGBC introduced an updated brand identity.
02 August 2017
An extensive investigation by the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC (APEGBC) into a possible conflict of interest related to a contaminated soil facility near Shawnigan Lake on Vancouver Island has reached a conclusion.
25 July 2017
APEGBC recently updated its professional practice guidelines for legislated dam safety reviews. The latest version of the Professional Practice Guidelines - Legislated Dam Safety Reviews in BC is now available on the association’s website. 
 
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