Annual Index 2016

The index consists of two parts: subject and author. Both are listed alphabetically, with the reference giving first the issue, then the page number, and finally the type of article. For example, checking under “licensing” gives the reference, “Certification too restrictive, J/F, 56-57, L.” This indicates that in the January/February issue on pages 56-57, there is a letter to the editor about licensing.

LEGEND

A—Awards
ABM—Annual business meeting
AP—Awards Program
ED—Editor’s Note
F—Features
FS—Financial statements
G—Gazette
GOV—Governance
IC—In Council
IM—In Memoriam
L—Letters
N—News
NEM—National Engineering Month
OH—Order of Honour
PE—Policy Engagement
PM—President’s Message
PP—Professional Practice
R—Regulation
SB—Sidebar
V—Viewpoint

 

Subject Index

A

Annual general meeting,

Minutes of the 94th annual business meeting, N/D, 48-59, ABM.

Notice of annual general meeting, M/A, 22, ABM.

Procedures for addressing submissions at 2016 AGM, M/A, 22, ABM.

Annual review, 2015,

Step by step, M/J, 1-20, insert.

AWARDS,

Aerocoustics Engineering, J/F, 47, A.

Ameida, A., J/F, 47, A.

Amirfazli, A., M/J, 57, A.

Associated Engineering, J/F, 47, A.

Associated Engineering, M/J, 57, A.

Beddoes, R., M/J, 57, A.

Behdinan, K., M/J, 57, A.

Blackwell Structural Engineers, M/J, 57, A.

Brown, K., M/J, 57, A.

Bugden, R., M/J, 57, A.

Cast Connex, J/F, 47, A.

CH2M, J/F, 47, A.

CH2M Hill Canada, M/J, 57, A.

Dialog, J/F, 47, A.

Dillon Consulting, J/F, 47, A.

Dillon Consulting, M/J, 57, A.

Diosady, L.L., J/F, 46, A.

Dutrisac, H., J/F, 46, A.

El Maraghy, H., M/J, 56, A.

Fast + Epp, J/F, 47, A.

Foo, S., M/J, 57, A.

Golder Associates, J/F, 47, A.

Hatch Ltd., J/F, 47, A.

Hatch Mott MacDonald, J/F, 47, A.

Hatch Mott MacDonald, M/J, 57, A.

Hooton, D., M/J, 56, A.

IBI Group, M/J, 57, A.

Ilic, K., J/F, 47, A.

JADE Plus, M/J, 57, A.

Janabi-Sharifi, F., M/J, 57, A.

Knight Piesold, J/F, 47, A.

Lavergne Draward and Associates, J/F, 47, A.

Liu, H., M/J, 57, A.

MacLean, H., M/J, 57, A.

McInnis, D., J/F, 47, A.

McPhee, J., M/J, 57, A.

Morrison Hershfield, M/J, 57, A.

Moses Structural Engineers, J/F, 47, A.

Nelson, N., M/J, 56, A.

Parsons Brinckerhoff, J/F, 47, A.

Pickard, J., J/F, 47, A.

Robinson Consultants, M/J, 57, A.

Rosen, M., M/J, 56, A.

R.V. Anderson Associates, M/J, 57, A.

Sargent, E., M/J, 57, A.

Sennah, K., M/J, 57, A.

Shen, X., J/F, 46, A.

Shoichet, M., J/F, 46, A.

Sinton, D., M/J, 57, A.

SNC-Lavalin, J/F, 47, A.

Stantec Consulting, J/F, 47, A.

Stephenson Engineering, J/F, 47, A.

Sterling, M., M/J, 56, A.

Whitney, S., J/F, 46, A.

Zhu, J., J/F, 46, A.

Zozaya, J., J/F, 47, A.

awards program,

2017 Ontario Professional Engineers Awards call for nominations, N/D, 23, AP.

Gordon M. Sterling Award recipient is George Crouch, J/A, 17, N.

Individual engineers honoured and inaugural project award presented at 2015 OPEA gala, J/F, 18-22, N.

Ontario Professional Engineers Awards celebrate professional achievements, S/O, 12-16, N.

Order of Honour call for nominations, J/A, 44, AP.

Order of Honour recipients celebrated at gala, J/A, 14-17, N.

PEO announces recipient of 2016 G. Gordon M. Sterling Engineering Intern Award, M/A, 13, SB.

PEO honours seven through 2016 Order of Honour Awards, M/A, 11-12, N.

PEO presents award for academic achievement, J/A, 12, N.

 

B

building code,

Building code conviction overturned on appeal, J/F, 26, N.

Design table still clouding building code enhancements, N/D, 14, N.

PEO, housing ministry still seek clarity on building code issue, J/F, 17-18, N.

Report could be first step in improved building safety program, J/A, 19-21, N.

 

C

chapters,

Becoming job-ready includes taking risks, EITs told, J/F, 24, N.

Chapters remain the point of first contact for future PEO leaders, S/O, 32-36, F.

CLC highlights chapters as resource in leadership development, J/F, 22-23, N.

Competition proving a training ground for future engineers, M/J, 19-20, N. 

Infrastructure rebuild beckons engineers’ policy-shaping input, M/J, 20-21, N.

Inspiring innovation and entrepreneurship within PEO’s Ottawa Chapter, S/O, 37-38, VP.     

There was a place for everyone during NEM 2016, M/J, 13-14, N.

There’s a place for you during NEM 2017, N/D, 20, N.

The role of chapters and committees in PEO governance, S/O, 25-26, G.

climate change,

Sustainability imperative energizes students at ESSCO conference, J/F, 25, N.

continuing professional development,

Am I a “risk to the public”?, M/J, 75, L.

Competence assurance for professional engineers, N/D, 3-4, PM.

Council approved CPD guiding principles and program elements, J/F, 52-53, IC.

CPD plans move to detail design phase, M/A, 8, N.

CPD task force looking to implementation options, M/J, 9, N.

(CP)2 Task Force to recommend practice profile for licence holders, S/O, 8, N.

Gathering momentum, M/A, 7, ED.

Implementing Elliot Lake recommendations could bring big changes, town hall audiences told, J/F, 13-14, N.

Innovative elements of proposed CPD program taking shape, J/A, 18, N.

Licence holders encouraged to test proposed practice evaluation questionnaire, N/D, 11, N.

Maintaining professional competence, N/D, 68, L.

Making our position known, M/A, 49, L.

Members to have final say on CPD program, M/A, 38-42, F.

Members warming to idea of CPD, J/F, 16, SB.

Rejecting CPD, M/A, 48, L.

Re: Risk level and continuing professional development, M/J, 76, L.

Welcoming CPD, M/J, 75, L.

consulting,

New chair announced at 2016 CEO annual meeting, J/A, 26, N.

 

D

discipline,

Decrease in discipline, J/F, 58, L.

Responding to Mr. Baigent, M/A, 48, L.

 

E

EDITOR’S NOTE,

Engineeringdimensions.ca is live!, M/J, 6, ED.

Gathering momentum, M/A, 7, ED.

Give and take of the volunteer experience, S/O, 6, ED.

Individuals have a role to play in maintaining public trust, N/D, 6, ED.

Letting George do it (sorry, I couldn’t resist), J/A, 6, ED.

The exception stands (for now), J/F, 6, ED.

education,

ESSCO looks to build its profile, among other objectives, N/D, 18, N.

Foundation increases level of support to undergraduates, J/A, 23, N.

Is it time to incorporate performance training into engineering education?, M/A, 32-34, VP.

Sustainability imperative energizes students at ESSCO conference, J/F, 25, N.

University accreditation system goes under microscope, N/D, 22, N.

elections, PEO,

2016 PEO council elections, J/F, 1-16, insert.

2017 council elections call for candidates, J/A, 48, F.

2017 election publicity procedures, J/A, 51-53, F.

2017 voting procedures, J/A, 48-50, F.

Electoral system means more than just getting out the vote, N/D, 24-25, GOV.

Introducing PEO council 2016-2017, M/J, 29-34, F.

Members elect Bob Dony as president-elect, M/J, 8, N.                       

The 70 per cent problem, the 30 per cent solution, M/J, 58-60, VP.

Elliot Lake,

Algo mall trial becomes lesson in proper use of engineer term, N/D, 16, N.

Council proposes act changes based on inquiry recommendations, M/A, 23, IC.

Implementing Elliot Lake recommendations could bring big changes, town hall audiences told, J/F, 13-14, N.

PEO takes leading role in responding to Elliot Lake inquiry recommendations, J/F, 16-17, N.

emerging discipline,

Regulating emerging engineering disciplines, S/O, 3-4, PM.

Software engineering challenges, N/D, 70, L.

employment,

Job-hopping millennials and flexible rewards, M/A, 19-21, N.

Engineering Dimensions,

Engineeringdimensions.ca is live!, M/J, 6, ED.

PEO launches the Engineering Dimensions web edition!, M/J, 48-51, F.

Return to print, J/F, 57, L.

Returning to print, M/A, 48, L.

The evolution of Engineering Dimensions , M/J, 52-55, F.

Engineers Canada,

Chris Roney elected as Engineers Canada president, J/A, 22, N.

New designation for infrastructure specialists, S/O, 21, N.

University accreditation system goes under microscope, N/D, 22, N.

environment,

Engineers as environmentalists, J/F, 58, L.

Sea containers: Urban blight or valuable resource?, J/A, 56, L.

 

F

FEATURE,

Better regulation still the goal, says Comrie, J/A, 34-37, F.

Chapters remain the point of first contact for future PEO leaders, S/O, 32-36, F.

Inspiring confidence, N/D, 43-47, F.

Licensing, Certificate of Authorization changes strengthen regulation of professional engineering, J/F, 34-37, F.

Members to have final say on CPD program, M/A, 38-42, F.

Optimizing work of volunteers seen as path to regulatory enhancement, S/O, 27-31, F.

PEO launches the Engineering Dimensions web edition!, M/J, 48-51, F.

Recognition program highlights special role for volunteers, S/O, 31, SB.

The evolution of Engineering Dimensions, M/J, 52-55, F.

The licensing process, simplified, J/A, 39-42, F.

financial statements,

Financial statement of Professional Engineers Ontario, M/J, 61-69, FS.

Registrar’s financial report, M/J, 70-71, FS.

First Nations,

Myths surrounding First Nations, S/O, 41, L.

forensic engineering,

Guideline for forensic engineering investigations now available, M/A, 18, N.

 

G

GAZETTE,

Former engineering firm ordered to stop using terms “engineering” and “engineer,” principal not to call himself an “engineer,” M/A, 27, G.

Former professional engineer fined $10,000 for using professional engineer’s seal, M/A, 27, G.

George Mikhael, P.Eng., M/J, 40-42, G.

Gregory J. Saunders, P.Eng., and M.R. Wright and Associates Co. Ltd., M/J, 35-40, G.

Houston T. Engio, P.Eng., and Houston Engineering & Drafting Inc., J/A, 29-32, G.

Houston T. Engio, P.Eng., and Houston Engineering & Drafting Inc., N/D, 36-39, G.

Houston T. Engio, P.Eng., and Houston Engineering & Drafting Inc., N/D, 40-42, G.

James R. McGerrigle, P.Eng., and EFCO Canada Co., M/J, 42-43, G.

Karol Karolak, P.Eng., N/D, 31-35, G.

Nidhal Naami, P.Eng., and Orion Pacific Engineering Inc., M/A, 25-26, G.

Ottawa-area contractor fined $7,500 for use of professional engineer’s seal and use of title “professional engineer,” M/J, 44, G.

Pickering man fined $6,000 for use of the title “professional engineer,” M/J, 44, G.

Regulation 260/08 amended, effective July 1, 2016, M/J, 44-45, G.

Salvatore A. De Rose, P.Eng., J/F, 29-32, G.

GLP JOURNAL,

Many paths to legislation, M/J, 47, GLP.

MPPs key in helping regulators get their message across, M/A, 24, GLP.            

Ontario engineers find their place in the House of Commons, J/F, 33, GLP.

Politicians rely on engineers to protect the public, N/D, 28, GLP.

Regulations that protect the public are not red tape, J/A, 33, GLP.    

Safety in manufacturing: Can you spot the difference?, S/O, 23-24, GLP.

Strengthening our position, N/D, 70, L.

GOVERNANCE,

A council who’s who, J/F, 38-39, GOV.

Electoral system means more than just getting out the vote, N/D, 24-25, GOV.

Lieutenant governor-in-council appointees on council, M/A, 35-37, GOV.

PEO’s relationship with government a two-way street, M/J, 26-28, GOV.

Tailoring governance styles for a perfect fit, J/A, 45-46, GOV.

The role of chapters and committees in PEO governance, S/O, 25-26, GOV.

government,

Government makes shocking move to maintain industrial exception, J/F, 8-9, N.

Industrial exception research study report likely delayed until June, M/A, 10, N.

Many paths to legislation, M/J, 47, GLP.

MPPs key in helping regulators get their message across, M/A, 24, GLP.

Ontario engineers find their place in the House of Commons, J/F, 33, GLP.

PEO’s relationship with government a two-way street, M/J, 26-28, GOV.

PEO still pressing forward to win repeal of industrial exception, S/O, 8-9, N.

Politicians rely on engineers to protect the public, N/D, 28, GLP.

Province not ready to reveal details of Nipigon bridge failure, S/O, 10, N.

Province still looking for answers in bridge failure, M/J, 10, N.

Report could be first step in improved building safety program, J/A, 19-21, N.

Support for engineering profession crosses all party lines, J/F, 9-12, N.

Quebec bill proposes immunity to compromised whistleblowers, J/A, 27-28, N.

  Quebec regulator looks to rebound from government trusteeship, S/O, 19-20, N.

guideline,

Guideline for forensic engineering investigations now available, M/A, 18, N.

 

I

IN COUNCIL,

Council approved CPD guiding principles and program elements, J/F, 52-53, IC.

Council approves strategy to license communications infrastructure engineering practitioners, M/J, 72, IC.

Council gets first look at member satisfaction survey results, J/A, 43, IC.

Council proposes act changes based on inquiry recommendations, M/A, 23, IC.

PEO to create new practice guideline for ESDM reports, N/D, 30, IC.

industrial exception,

Better value for our profession is always possible, J/F, 3-4, PM.

Government makes shocking move to maintain industrial exception, J/F, 8-9, N.

Industrial exception research study report likely delayed until June, M/A, 10, N.

PEO considering move to take repeal argument to wider audience, N/D, 10, N.

PEO on track to complete industrial exception research study, M/J, 10, N.

PEO still pressing forward to win repeal of industrial exception, S/O, 8-9, N.

Regulations that protect the public are not red tape, J/A, 33, GLP.    

Safety in manufacturing: Can you spot the difference?, S/O, 23-24, GLP.

The exception stands (for now), J/F, 6, ED.

infrastructure,

Infrastructure rebuild beckons engineers’ policy-shaping input, M/J, 20-21, N.

IN MEMORIAM,

In memoriam, M/J, 24-25, IM.

In memoriam, N/D, 26-27, IM.

innovation,                  

From Tesla to tissue engineering: Forum examines wide swath of innovation, S/O, 16-18, N.

No clear path for innovators to next big thing, J/A, 10, N.

internationally trained,

Court upholds APEGA’s procedures for international applicants, M/A, 17-18, N.

Law firm predicts dim future for Canadian experience requirement, J/F, 26, N.       

 

L

leadership,

Better regulation still the goal, says Comrie, J/A, 34-37, F.

Chris Roney elected as Engineers Canada president, J/A, 22, N.

CLC highlights chapters as resource leadership development, J/F, 22-23, N.

Council composition imbalanced, M/A, 49-50, L.

Former PEO presidents receive special awards for decades of service, J/A, 12, N.

Lieutenant governor-in-council appointees on council, M/A, 35-37, GOV.           

Members elect Bob Dony as president-elect, M/J, 8, N.

New chair announced at 2016 CEO annual meeting, J/A, 26, N.

New president to build on regulatory priorities of predecessor, J/A, 8-9, N.

Volunteer collaboration touted as best path to problem solving, J/A, 13, N.        

LETTERS,

Am I a “risk to the public”?, M/J, 75, L.       

An integrated energy system, M/J, 78, L.

Broken bolt theory, M/J, 76, L.   

Certification too restrictive, J/A, 56-57, L.

Council composition imbalanced, M/A, 49-50, L.

Decrease in discipline, J/F, 58, L.

Engineers as environmentalists, J/F, 58, L.

Fuel cells at what cost?, M/J, 77, L.

Fuel cells not practical, M/J, 77, L.

Last remaining mill in Canada, N/D, 68, L.

Maintaining professional competence, N/D, 68, L.

Making our position known, M/A, 49, L.

Myths surrounding First Nations, S/O, 41, L.

Opinion, not fact, J/A, 58, L.

OSPE offer entrepreneurship resources, N/D, 69, L.

OSPE to take a leading role, N/D, 69, L.

Our privileged self-regulation, S/O, 42, L.

Rejecting CPD, M/A, 48, L.

Re: Risk level and continuing professional development, M/J, 76, L.

Responding to Mr. Baigent, M/A, 48, L.

Return to print, J/F, 57, L.

Returning to print, M/A, 48, L.

Sea containers: Urban blight or valuable resource?, J/A, 56, L.

Software engineering challenges, N/D, 70, L.

Stainless steel for rebar?, M/J, 75, L.

Sticking with the essentials, J/F, 57, L.          

Strengthening our position, N/D, 70, L.

The many uses of stainless steel, J/A, 57, L.

Welcoming CPD, M/J, 75, L.

licensing,

Certification too restrictive, J/A, 56-57, L.

Council approves strategy to license communications infrastructure engineering practitioners, M/J, 72, IC.

Law firm predicts dim future for Canadian experience requirement, J/F, 26, N.       

Letting George do it (sorry, I couldn’t resist), J/A, 6, ED.

Licensing, Certificate of Authorization changes strengthen regulation of professional engineering, J/F, 34-37, F.

New designation for infrastructure specialists, S/O, 21, N.

PEO awards first Ontario licensed engineering technologist, J/A, 18-19, N.

PEO to keep tabs on possible licensing of home inspectors, N/D, 21-22, N.

The licensing process, simplified, J/A, 39-42, F.

 

M

mentoring,

Becoming job-ready includes taking risks, EITs told, J/F, 24, N.

 

N

National Engineering Month,

Competition proving a training ground for future engineers, M/J, 19-20, N. 

National Engineering Month 2016 Ontario event highlights, J/F, 44-45, NEM.

There was a place for everyone during NEM 2016, M/J, 13-14, N.

There’s a place for you during NEM 2017, N/D, 20, N.

Nipigon River Bridge,

Broken bolt theory, M/J, 76, L.

Materials experts still seek clues in Nipigon bridge failure, J/A, 22, N.

PEO announces recipient of 2016 G. Gordon M. Sterling Engineering Intern Award, M/A, 13, SB.

PEO opens investigations into Nipigon bridge failure, N/D, 8, N.

Province not ready to reveal details of Nipigon bridge failure, S/O, 10, N.

Province still looking for answers in bridge failure, M/J, 10, N.

 

O

Ontario Professional Engineers Foundation for Education,

Foundation increases level of support to undergraduates, J/A, 23, N.

Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE),

Job-hopping millennials and flexible rewards, M/A, 19-21, N.

OSPE offer entrepreneurship resources, N/D, 69, L.

OSPE still looking to step up engineer engagement, J/A, 24-25, N.

OSPE to take a leading role, N/D, 69, L.

 

P

PEO,

A council who’s who, J/F, 38-39, GOV.

An agile game changer to make PEO great again, M/A, 3-4, PM.

Council gets first look at member satisfaction survey results, J/A, 43, IC.

CPD plans move to detail design phase, M/A, 8, N.

CPD task force looking to implementation options, M/J, 9, N.

(CP)2 Task Force to recommend practice profile for licence holders, S/O, 8, N.

Design table still clouding building code enhancements, N/D, 14, N.

ESSCO looks to build its profile, among other objectives, N/D, 18, N.

Getting the word out about equity and diversity, M/J, 14, N.

Individual engineers honoured and inaugural project award presented at 2015 OPEA gala, J/F, 18-22, N.

Inner city MPP addresses PEO’s discipline committee, S/O, 18, SB.

Innovative elements of proposed CPD program taking shape, J/A, 18, N.

Inspiring confidence, N/D, 43-47, F.

Legislative interns tour PEO, S/O, 18, SB.

Licence holders encouraged to test proposed practice evaluation questionnaire, N/D, 11, N.

Members warming to idea of CPD, J/F, 16, SB.

New president to build on regulatory priorities of predecessor, J/A, 8-9, N.

PEO announces recipient of 2016 G. Gordon M. Sterling Engineering Intern Award, M/A, 13, SB.

PEO awards first Ontario licensed engineering technologist, J/A, 18-19, N.

PEO honours seven through 2016 Order of Honour Awards, M/A, 11-12, N.

PEO, housing ministry still seek clarity on building code issue, J/F, 17-18, N.

PEO on track to complete industrial exception research study, M/J, 10, N.

PEO opens investigations into Nipigon bridge failure, N/D, 8, N.

PEO takes leading role in responding to Elliot Lake inquiry recommendations, J/F, 16-17, N.

PEO to keep tabs on possible licensing of home inspectors, N/D, 21-22, N.

Practice advice resources at PEO, J/F, 27, PP.

Successful launch for PEO’s new membership database, M/J, 12, N.

Support for engineering profession crosses all party lines, J/F, 9-12, N.

Tailoring governance styles for a perfect fit, J/A, 45-46, GOV.

policy,

Design thinking for regulatory policy, Part I, J/F, 40-41, R.

Design thinking for regulatory policy, Part II, M/A, 30-31, R.

POLICY ENGAGEMENT,

A sustainable electricity policy for Ontario, J/F, 49-51, PE.

Fuel cell systems for remote communities: The first step towards a renewable-hydrogen economy in Canada, M/A, 43-46, PE.

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE,

An agile game changer to make PEO great again, M/A, 3-4, PM.

Better value for our profession is always possible, J/F, 3-4, PM.

Competence assurance for professional engineers, N/D, 3-4, PM.

Regulating emerging engineering disciplines, S/O, 3-4, PM.

Risk, accountability, and public trust, J/A, 3-4, PM.

What it means to be a self-regulating profession, M/J, 3-4, PM.

profession,

Individuals have a role to play in maintaining public trust, N/D, 6, ED.

Risk, accountability, and public trust, J/A, 3-4, PM.

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE,

PEO to create new practice guideline for ESDM reports, N/D, 30, IC.

Practice advice resources at PEO, J/F, 27, PP.

 

R

REGULATION,

Design thinking for regulatory policy, Part I, J/F, 40-41, R.

Design thinking for regulatory policy, Part II, M/A, 30-31, R.

Our privileged self-regulation, S/O, 42, L.

Regulation lessons to be learned from other jurisdictions, J/F, 42-43, R.

What it means to be a self-regulating profession, M/J, 3-4, PM.

regulators,

Building code conviction overturned on appeal, J/F, 26, N.

Court upholds APEGA’s procedures for international applicants, M/A, 17-18, N.

Quebec bill proposes immunity to compromised whistleblowers, J/A, 27-28, N.

Quebec regulator looks to rebound from government trusteeship, S/O, 19-20, N.

Regulation lessons to be learned from other jurisdictions, J/F, 42-43, R.

Yukon engineering association changes name, M/J, 18, N.

 

S

sustainability,

A sustainable electricity policy for Ontario, J/F, 49-51, PE.

An integrated energy system, M/J, 78, L.

Fuel cells at what cost?, M/J, 77, L.

Fuel cells not practical, M/J, 77, L.

Fuel cell systems for remote communities: The first step towards a renewable-hydrogen economy in Canada, M/A, 43-46, PE.

Opinion, not fact, J/A, 58, L.

 

T

technology,

No clear path for innovators to next big thing, J/A, 10, N.

 

V

VIEWPOINT,

Inspiring innovation and entrepreneurship within PEO’s Ottawa Chapter, S/O, 37-38, VP.

Is it time to incorporate performance training into engineering education?, M/A, 32-34, VP.

The 70 per cent problem, the 30 per cent solution, M/J, 58-60, VP.

volunteers,

Former PEO presidents receive special awards for decades of service, J/A, 12, N.

Give and take of the volunteer experience, S/O, 6, ED.

Optimizing work of volunteers seen as path to regulatory enhancement, S/O, 27-31, F.

Recognition program highlights special role for volunteers, S/O, 31, SB.

Volunteer collaboration touted as best path to problem solving, J/A, 13, N.

 

Author Index

Aschaiek, S.,

Inspiring confidence, N/D, 43-47, F.

Axworthy, N.,               

Chris Roney elected as Engineers Canada president, J/A, 22, N.

Engineering professors and executives win awards, M/J, 56-57, A.

Female engineers and students win awards, J/A, 38, A.

Ontario Professional Engineers Awards celebrate professional achievements, S/O, 12-16, N.

P.Engs recognized for achievements, J/F, 46-48, A.

PEO announces recipient of 2016 G. Gordon M. Sterling Engineering Intern Award, M/A, 13, SB.

PEO awards first Ontario licensed engineering technologist, J/A, 18-19, N.

PEO honours seven through 2016 Order of Honour Awards, M/A, 11-12, N.

PEO launches the Engineering Dimensions web edition!, M/J, 48-51, F.

The licensing process, simplified, J/A, 39-42, F.

Brown, H.,

Many paths to legislation, M/J, 47, GLP.

MPPs key in helping regulators get their message across, M/A, 24, GLP.

Ontario engineers find their place in the House of Commons, J/F, 33, GLP.

Politicians rely on engineers to protect the public, N/D, 28, GLP.

Regulations that protect the public are not red tape, J/A, 33, GLP.    

Safety in manufacturing: Can you spot the difference?, S/O, 23-24, GLP.

Buckley, M.,

Sustainability imperative energizes students at ESSCO conference, J/F, 25, N.       

Chong, T.,

An agile game changer to make PEO great again, M/A, 3-4, PM.

Better value for our profession is always possible, J/F, 3-4, PM.

Comrie, G.,

Competence assurance for professional engineers, N/D, 3-4, PM.

Regulating emerging engineering disciplines, S/O, 3-4, PM.

Risk, accountability, and public trust, J/A, 3-4, PM.

What it means to be a self-regulating profession, M/J, 3-4, PM.

Coombes, J.,

A council who’s who, J/F, 38-39, GOV.

Council approved CPD guiding principles and program elements, J/F, 52-53, IC.

Council approves strategy to license communications infrastructure engineering practitioners, M/J, 72, IC.

Council proposes act changes based on inquiry recommendations, M/A, 23, IC.

Former PEO presidents receive special awards for decades of service, J/A, 12, N.

Gathering momentum, M/A, 7, ED.

Individual engineers honoured and inaugural project award presented at 2015 OPEA gala, J/F, 18-22, N.

Members elect Bob Dony as president-elect, M/J, 8, N.

New chair announced at 2016 CEO annual meeting, J/A, 26, N.

Order of Honour recipients celebrated at gala, J/A, 14-17, N.

The exception stands (for now), J/F, 6, ED.

Yukon engineering association changes name, M/J, 18, N.

Das, T.,

Inspiring innovation and entrepreneurship within PEO’s Ottawa Chapter, S/O, 37-38, VP.     

DeVita, P.,

Lieutenant governor-in-council appointees on council, M/A, 35-37, GOV.

Garcia, E.L.,

There’s a place for you during NEM 2017, N/D, 20, N.

Haggstrom, T.,

Job-hopping millennials and flexible rewards, M/A, 19-21, N.

Holmes, A.,

Getting the word out about equity and diversity, M/J, 14, N.

Keidan, B.,

Many paths to legislation, M/J, 47, GLP.

MPPs key in helping regulators get their message across, M/A, 24, GLP.

Ontario engineers find their place in the House of Commons, J/F, 33, GLP.

Politicians rely on engineers to protect the public, N/D, 28, GLP.

Regulations that protect the public are not red tape, J/A, 33, GLP.    

Safety in manufacturing: Can you spot the difference?, S/O, 23-24, GLP.

Mastromatteo, M.,

Algo mall trial becomes lesson in proper use of engineer term, N/D, 16, N.

Becoming job-ready includes taking risks, EITs told, J/F, 24, N.

Better regulation still the goal, says Comrie, J/A, 34-37, F.

Building code conviction overturned on appeal, J/F, 26, N.

Chapters remain the point of first contact for future PEO leaders, S/O, 32-36, F.

CLC highlights chapters as resource leadership development, J/F, 22-23, N.

Competition proving a training ground for future engineers, M/J, 19-20, N. 

Court upholds APEGA’s procedures for international applicants, M/A, 17-18, N.

CPD plans move to detail design phase, M/A, 8, N.

CPD task force looking to implementation options, M/J, 9, N.

(CP)2 Task Force to recommend practice profile for licence holders, S/O, 8, N.

Design table still clouding building code enhancements, N/D, 14, N.

Electoral system means more than just getting out the vote, N/D, 24-25, GOV.

ESSCO looks to build its profile, among other objectives, N/D, 18, N.

Foundation increases level of support to undergraduates, J/A, 23, N.

From Tesla to tissue engineering: Forum examines wide swath of innovation, S/O, 16-18, N.

Give and take of the volunteer experience, S/O, 6, ED.

Government makes shocking move to maintain industrial exception, J/F, 8-9, N.

Implementing Elliot Lake recommendations could bring big changes, town hall audiences told, J/F, 13-14, N.

Individuals have a role in maintaining public trust in the profession, N/D, 6, ED.

Industrial exception research study report likely delayed until June, M/A, 10, N.

Infrastructure rebuild beckons engineers’ policy-shaping input, M/J, 20-21, N.

Innovative elements of proposed CPD program taking shape, J/A, 18, N.

Is it time to incorporate performance training into engineering education?, M/A, 32-34, VP.

Law firm predicts dim future for Canadian experience requirement, J/F, 26, N.       

Letting George do it (sorry, I couldn’t resist), J/A, 6, ED.

Licence holders encouraged to test proposed practice evaluation questionnaire, N/D, 11, N.

Licensing, Certificate of Authorization changes strengthen regulation of professional engineering, J/F, 34-37, F.

Materials experts still seek clues in Nipigon bridge failure, J/A, 22, N.

Members to have final say on CPD program, M/A, 38-42, F.

Members warming to idea of CPD, J/F, 16, SB.

New designation for infrastructure specialists, S/O, 21, N.

New president to build on regulatory priorities of predecessor, J/A, 8-9, N.

No clear path for innovators to next big thing, J/A, 10, N.

Optimizing work of volunteers seen as path to regulatory enhancement, S/O, 27-31, F.

OSPE still looking to step up engineer engagement, J/A, 24-25, N.

PEO announces recipient of 2016 G. Gordon M. Sterling Engineering Intern Award, M/A, 13, SB.

PEO opens investigations into Nipigon bridge failure, N/D, 8, N.

PEO considering move to take repeal argument to wider audience, N/D, 10, N.

PEO, housing ministry still seek clarity on building code issue, J/F, 17-18, N.

PEO on track to complete industrial exception research study, M/J, 10, N.

PEO’s relationship with government a two-way street, M/J, 26-28, GOV.

PEO still pressing forward to win repeal of industrial exception, S/O, 8-9, N.

PEO takes leading role in responding to Elliot Lake inquiry recommendations, J/F, 16-17, N.

PEO to create new practice guideline for ESDM reports, N/D, 30, IC.

PEO to keep tabs on possible licensing of home inspectors, N/D, 21-22, N.

Province not ready to reveal details of Nipigon bridge failure, S/O, 10, N.

Province still looking for answers in bridge failure, M/J, 10, N.

Quebec bill proposes immunity to compromised whistleblowers, J/A, 27-28, N.

Quebec regulator looks to rebound from government trusteeship, S/O, 19-20, N.

Recognition program highlights special role for volunteers, S/O, 31, SB.

Report could be first step in improved building safety program, J/A, 19-21, N.

Successful launch for PEO’s new membership database, M/J, 12, N.

Support for engineering profession crosses all party lines, J/F, 9-12, N.

The evolution of Engineering Dimensions, M/J, 52-55, F.

The licensing process, simplified, J/A, 39-42, F.

University accreditation system goes under microscope, N/D, 22, N.

Volunteer collaboration touted as best path to problem solving, J/A, 13, N.

Mattacchione, A.,

The 70 per cent problem, the 30 per cent solution, M/J, 58-60, VP.

Mattacchione, L.,

The 70 per cent problem, the 30 per cent solution, M/J, 58-60, VP.

Max, J.,

Design thinking for regulatory policy, Part I, J/F, 40-41, R.

Design thinking for regulatory policy, Part II, M/A, 30-31, R.

Motay, J.,

Fuel cell systems for remote communities: The first step towards a renewable-hydrogen economy in Canada, M/A, 43-46, PE.

Mucklestone, C.,

Council gets first look at member satisfaction survey results, J/A, 43, IC.

Park, C.

A sustainable electricity policy for Ontario, J/F, 49-51, PE.

Sadr, C.,

The role of chapters and committees in PEO governance, S/O. 25-26, GOV.

Tapp, A.,

Regulation lessons to be learned from other jurisdictions, J/F, 42-43, R.

Tailoring governance styles for a perfect fit, J/A, 45-46, GOV.

Vera, J.,

Guideline for forensic engineering investigations now available, M/A, 18, N.

Practice advice resources at PEO, J/F, 27, PP.

White, R.,

There’s a place for you during NEM 2017, N/D, 20, N.

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