Bridging the gap

September 2018

University co-operative education programs offer engineering students valuable, hands-on experience in their chosen field, a crucial component to help bridge the gap between school, the [more…]

Beyond the blue pages

July 2018

As all regulators face increasing scrutiny over the treatment of errant practitioners through their complaints and discipline processes, PEO looks to position its own justice [more…]

Pushing the envelope

July 2018

PEO’s new president, David Brown, P.Eng., BDS, C.E.T., thrives on change, and he’s ready to steer the organization through potentially rough waters ahead. Engineer, family man, [more…]

Are GMOs safe?

May 2018

Despite some uncertainty and fear about genetically modified foods, people in the know believe they will become an increasingly important element in the worldwide food [more…]

The future of food

May 2018

When it comes to feeding the world with a growing population in an era of shrinking resources, engineers play a more critical role than ever before. [more…]

Keeping our food safe

May 2018

Every year, about four million Canadians are affected by a food-borne illness due to contamination at some point along the food processing chain. In Ontario, engineers are using their problem-solving [more…]

Peak turns one

May 2018

One year after PEO rolled out its Practice Evaluation and Knowledge program we look at the results of the association’s efforts and what’s in store for the future. [more…]

Improving healthcare one tool at a time

March 2018

Engineers are essential to the high-tech world of healthcare, from developing new diagnostic tools and rehabilitative treatments to maintaining and improving the vast amount of system support required for [more…]

Lean, green and digital

March 2018

The vision for the new, state-of-the-art Humber River Hospital didn’t come overnight—it is the result of exhaustive engineering and design analysis and the belief that if [more…]

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