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We advance the professional and economic interests of our members by advocating with governments, offering valued member services, and providing opportunities for ongoing professional development.



Through the Professional Engineers Act, PEO governs licence and certificate holders and regulates professional engineering in Ontario to serve and protect the public.



​The CFES empowers member societies and enhances the student experience by providing bilingual opportunities which foster the development of leadership, Professional and Ethical Qualities, Engineering Identity, Technical Proficiency and Communication.



EngiQueers Canada (occasionally referred to as “EQ Canada”) aims to act as a governing body of any and all LGBTQ+ Student Engineering Societies and Clubs across Canada.


PMI - toronto

PMI's mission is to be the primary source of Project Management Practice Thought

Leadership by establishing, engaging, and growing the project management community in Toronto through the positive impact of the Profession.


engineers of tomorrow

Our vision is that one day every Canadian understands the power of engineering to unlock and shape positive societal change. We look forward to a day when everyone understands there’s a place for them in engineering.



MintBean is a Software Developer Talent Incubator that works to accelerate the careers, skill sets, and professional networks of software developers globally. MintBean hosts weekly Career Hackathons that are free to attend, where attendees can practice their JavaScript development skills .


DuPont used to be the largest chemical company in the world, and now are dedicated to science, technology and innovation on all fronts. They make some products present in our everyday lives such as Kevlar, Nomex and Tyvek (i.e. extremely resistant fibers), and they’re even technical partners with a Formula 1 team.
 But more importantly, they’re a company that shares our vision regarding safety, sustainability, respect, diversity and inclusion.


cori hanson

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Cori Hanson (she/her) is a PhD Candidate at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. Using an intersectional framework Cori is studying equity and inclusion in engineering education. Her research focus is on the impact of whiteness and maleness on the undergraduate engineering student experience in Ontario.

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