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September/October 2007
Volume 28, No. 5

Feature Articles

Keeping the Act in tune with the times
By Michael Mastromatteo

After the fall–What the Quebec Bridge means today
By Michael Mastromatteo

What if a similar collapse happened today?
By Bruce Matthews P.Eng.

100 years of Canadian engineering
By Nicole Axworthy

From optimism to wariness–Grads look to the future
By Michael Mastromatteo

Association Business

President’s Message

Editor’s Note


GLP Journal

Professional Issues

Professional Practice

News and Commentary

News - Building code win prompts information flurry; Accomplished P.Engs to receive accolades at gala; Community activism could slow future real estate development: survey; Attorney general hosts PEO delegation; Licensing task force report nearing completion; P.Engs exempt from licence under new Ontario Wells Regulation; Engineers Canada reaches out to federal government; PEO to press for change in electrical safety regulation; Conference kicks off engineering education debate; New credentials agency gets thumbs up from Engineers Canada; PEO surveys students on licensure plans; Video part of stepped-up enforcement plan; OSPE looks to unify profession, welcomes new CEO; PEO opens second regional office, at UWO; Labour market study predicts challenges in coming years; OSPE to probe PEO complaints process; PEO wary of proposal to license investigators; First UOIT engineering programs accredited; Climate change impact on infrastructure studied; Start planning now for Engineering Week 2008; Alberta P.Engs and technologists forge deal; PEO moving on direct deposit plan; Regulators respond to talent shortage