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About Engineers Canada

Engineers Canada is the national organization of the provincial and territorial associations that regulate the practice of engineering in Canada and license the country's 280,000 members of the engineering profession. 

Engineers Canada exists to support the provincial and territorial engineering regulatory bodies. Together, we work to advance the profession in the public interest.

Engineers Canada has national position statements on key issues relating to the public interest, including infrastructure, labour mobility and regulating the profession. These are consensus positions of the regulatory bodies.

Bridging Government and Engineers Committee

The Bridging Government and Engineers Committee (BGE) is the engineering profession's feet on the ground when it comes to meeting with federal government officials. Comprised of volunteer engineers from across the country, the BGE meets with MPs during the hugely successful annual Contact Day as well as year round in their ridings. The goal is to speak directly to MPs about what is important to the engineering profession and public interest. The driving forces for the messaging are the National Position Statements, which can be found here.

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