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November/December 2014
Volume 35, No. 6

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Feature Articles

Complex infrastructure needs require new engineering approaches
By Michael Mastromatteo

l’École Polytechnique 25 years later: What’s changed? What hasn’t?
By Michael Mastromatteo

Association Business

President’s Message

Editor’s Note


Policy Engagement


2015 Ontario Professional Engineers Awards Call for Nominations

GLP Journal

In Council

2015 Council Election Call for Candidates, Voting Procedures and Election Publicity Procedures

Minutes of the 92nd Annual Business Meeting

Special Feature

Annual Index

News and Commentary

News - Elliot Lake commission releases report, adopts many PEO recommendations; PEO looks to persuade manufacturers of need for repeal; PEO still concerned about Building Code Act amendment’s unintended consequences; PEO confirms members of CPD task force; Environment ministry seeks improved RSC submissions; New PEO management software soon to go live; OCEPP a partner in new, $2.5-million research project; Ontario Professional Engineers Awards adds engineering project award; NEM 2015: Inspiring the engineers of tomorrow; Engineers Canada launches new career action program; Cement association seeking experiences of concrete designers; Rescue mission talk a highlight of chapter’s licence presentation; PEO hosts legislature interns; West Toronto Chapter competition aims to attract women to the profession; Infrastructure investment becoming more complex: infrastructure summit; Volunteers needed for NRC construction code committee

In Memoriam