Congratulations to our members Jean Boudreau, P. Eng., FEC, and Michael Parkhill, P. Geo., FGC, for their 2020-2021 appointments to the President of Engineers Canada and Geoscientists Canada, respectively. We wish them all the best in their exciting new roles.
Meeting of June 10, 2020At the June 10th virtual meeting of the APEGNB Council, the following items were addressed: A new strategic plan for 2020-2022 was adopted and focused on four key areas:a. Ensuring Compliance with the Act and by-lawsb. Enhancing stakeholder Awarenessc. Demonstrating value to Registrantsd. Modelling good governance The plan for the Diversity […]
This is a reminder that the deadline for nominations for one of APEGNB’s awards is September 1st. Nominate someone you know who is deserving of an award to be presented at the Annual meeting in February 2021! Full information about the awards is available here: https://www.apegnb.com/about-us/awards-scholarships/
The application deadline for the September 14th-16th NPPE session is July 17th. Due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic the NPPE will be administered by virtual remote proctor until further notice. If you have any questions, please contact Stamatia Baker, Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are thrilled to introduce our two newest staff members. Jocelyn Durette, CPA, CA is joining our team as the Director of Finance and Administration and Lauren Nicholson is our new Director of Communications. They both are looking forward to meeting and working with our registrants in the coming year. At the same time, we […]
Have you been working remotely? Notarius technology meets the APEGNB requirements for sealing professional work products issued solely in electronic form. The one-time set-up fee for Notarius digital certificates is reduced by $100 for all subscriptions completed before June 30, 2020. Hurry! Offer Ends June 30! For more information on how to subscribe to Notarius, […]
Our latest issue of ENGEOActions is available now! This issue has a focus on ethics and integrity. It includes a recap of the 2020 AGM, a project update from the City of Moncton as well as a 1:1 Thought Leadership Interview with Dr. Eleanor O’Higgins on Ethical Leadership. Find this issue here: link
BUILD A BOAT! Engineers and geoscientists play an important part in protecting the public, including designing boats and ships that carry everything from the food we eat to the cars we drive and of course, people! Boats take a lot of design work to make sure that all of the components won’t break down in […]
LET’S PLAY TENNIS Engineers and geoscientists play an important part in protecting the public, including designing safe toys and sports equipment for us to play with. Items like tennis rackets are engineered to be light but durable to help athletes play better. The strings are chosen and strung so that they have maximum impact when […]