ACEC Board Issues Climate Change Position
The ACEC Board is pleased to have developed and released this position on climate change and the work of our member organizations and member firms play to the development of a more sustainable world.

The design life of infrastructure is inherently long. Service requirements for buildings, roads and bridges, sewage and water treatment and other engineered infrastructure are typically decades. Decisions we make as engineering firms today will be felt for years.
New! Cyber Liability Exposures Guide
You may not be aware of all of the cyber liability exposures that you face as a result of the various technologies and processes that you use to run your business — or the resulting coverages that you may require.

Victor’s latest guide, Cyber liability exposures: How to protect you and your business, shows the cyber liability exposure of each element of running a business, including using email, processing funds electronically and storing personal information.
For each cyber liability exposure outlined in the guide, they also share example scenarios and tips. #TheThreatIsReal
ACEC-Canada Advocacy in Action!
On April 27, ACEC-Canada President and CEO, John Gamble, testified to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities on targeted infrastructure investments.

"Targeted Investments should not become top-down decisions imposed on communities. To what extent and by which means investments should be targeted needs to be considered in context of the size, nature and required outcomes of infrastructure projects and programs. This means a suite of infrastructure programs whose criteria should offer agility, flexibility and scalability."
-John Gamble, President and CEO ACEC-Canada
March/April Edition of CCE
ACEC-Canada contributes on a regularly basis to Canadian Consulting Engineer.

Read our contributions for the March and April edition which include a Chair's message that speaks to the issues and opportunities that our industry faces.
Support Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering
 ACEC supports the goal of Engineers Canada to rise the percentage of newly licensed engineers who are women to 30 per cent by the year 2030.

Join Engineers Canada at this year’s 30 by 30 conference, a multi-day virtual gathering for 30 by 30 Champions, engineering leaders, and engineers. Actively engage and raise awareness of activities and research that focus on addressing the culture of exclusion against women and underrepresented groups in the profession. 

This event is free and open to all engineering stakeholders across the country. Join them and hundreds of other engineers to learn and share about the work of addressing gender equity, and the need to support underrepresented groups in the profession.

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