Members can access a range of group insurance plans and financial services that provide value-added benefits to engineering and geoscience professionals and their families, at highly competitive rates giving the group purchasing power and volume discounts.
To be eligible, you must be a registered member. See Engineers Canada website for more information on these affinity programs.
National Secondary Liability Insurance Program
NAPEG members have extra protection for personal liability arising from practice in non-consulting occupations. For more information click here.
Several awards are available annually. Nominations should be sent to the NAPEG Office for consideration by the Nominating Committee and Council.
Professional Award of Merit
This award is given to recognize and promote excellence in applied engineering, geology and geophysics carried out in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Most years there have been two awards in this category - one for engineering and one for geosciences.
Award for Environmental Excellence
The purpose of this award is to recognize engineers, geologists and geophysicists and concerned persons who have applied environmental excellence in engineering, geology or geophysics to work undertaken within the Northwest Territories or Nunavut.
This award is for distinctive and outstanding service or contribution to the association by a member over several years. The recipient must be a currently registered or past member of NAPEG.
This award recognises a member who has made a significant contribution to improvement in the quality of life for the citizens of his/her community. This contribution may be made through voluntary or paid service. Continuous activity over a period of time is an asset.
Young Achievers Award
This award bestows distinction on young outstanding engineers and geoscientists in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut and to recognise exceptional achievements in their chosen fields.
This award recognises achievement by a Member-in-Training. It is intended to bestow distinction on those training to be an engineer or a geoscientist who enhance society’s knowledge of our profession and demonstrate leadership through service.
A member may apply to Council for Life Membership when they meet the requirements set out in the bylaws. They must have practiced in the Northwest Territories and/or Nunavut for more than 15 years, be 60 years of age and retired, or be at least 65 years of age. Life Members are not required to pay annual dues.
Distinguished Life Members
Council, in its discretion by unanimous vote, may confer Distinguished Life Membership in NAPEG upon any member who has rendered signal service to the Association. Distinguished Life Members are not required to pay annual dues
Council, in its discretion by unanimous vote, may confer Honorary Membership in NAPEG upon any person who has given eminent service to the profession. Honorary Members do not pay dues and do not have voting or practice rights.
NAPEG is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2013 NAPEG Awards. View photos.