CAE News from the week of 20 November 2017

On a weekly basis, the CAE compiles news of interest to the organization and its members, and makes it publicly available on our website. The CAE works to highlight emerging issues in which engineering has a role as well as  promote recognition of engineering excellence and innovation.

Meet the Women: Conversations with champions, leaders, and luminaries

FCAE Elizabeth Cannon, Molly Shoichet and Martha Salcudean are featured in author Paulina Cameron’s Canadian 150 Women, a book that profiles inspiring women in Canada with empowering stories. For more information, click here.

New and improved Canada Science and Tech Museum reopens

Congratulations to the designers, administrators, tradesmen and engineers for the new and improved National Science and Technology Museum, which includes FCAE Richard L’Abbe’s Ford GT.

The Ottawa Business Journal has the full story, click here.

CAE in the News: ‘Greening’ our power grid could boost competitiveness while cutting carbon emissions

The CAE’s 2010 report on the national electricity grid entitled Report of the Canada Power Grid Task Force was cited in a recent Globe and Mail contribution by Boston Consulting Group.

To read the article, click here.

WXN Canada Most Powerful Women Top 100 List

We are very pleased to report that Canadian Academy of Engineering Fellows, Jeanette Southwood, VP Engineers Canada, and Nancy Hill, Founding Partner, Hill & Schumacher have been named to the WXN Canada Most Powerful Women Top 100 list. For more information, click here.


 

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