• Victor webcast “The new normal: Navigating COVID-19”

        Victor Canada, the Professional Liability insurance provider endorsed by Engineers Canada, is offering a complimentary webcast for engineers and geoscientists entitled “The new normal: Navigating COVID-19”. This webcast will occur on Thursday, October 22, 2020 from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm EST and includes a panel of leading legal and insurance experts who will discuss various issues and share best practices. More information from Victor Canada is available below. Join us on October 22 at 1 p.m. Eastern  for a complimentary practice & risk management webcast:  “The new normal: Navigating COVID-19”  The pandemic has affected every aspect of…

  • 2019 Ethics Workshop – Iqaluit, NU

    NAPEG is hosting a full-day ethics workshop for Members, Members-in-Training, Licensees, and Permit Holders. Limited to fifteen (15) individuals, plus the facilitator. The facilitator is Robert (Bob) H. McDonald, P.Eng., MBA, LL.B. (SK) Executive Director and Registrar for the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Saskatchewan. We hope you can join us! Registration Form

  • Charles Camsell Talk – Yukon’s fossil rush: Ice Age mammals from Canada’s north by Dr. Grant Zazula

    Yukon’s fossil rush: Ice Age mammals from Canada’s north Dr. Grant Zazula Abstract Since the great Klondike Gold Rush of 1898, scientists have worked with miners and First Nations people in Yukon Territory to study the incredible fossils of ice age mammals that are recovered from the North’s frozen ground. Bones, teeth and skulls of woolly mammoths, extinct camels and beavers the size of black bears help paint a picture of life in the ancient Arctic and how ecosystems have changed over the millennia as a result of climate change. In particular, the emerging fossil record of previous interglacial warm…

  • National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women in Canada Vigil

    December 6 is the 30th anniversary of the Montreal Massacre On December 6, 1989, a 25-year old man walked through L’École Polytechnique de Montreal, armed with a semi-automatic rifle and a hunting knife. In less than 20 minutes, he shot and killed 14 women, wounded 10 other women as well as 4 men, before he turned the gun on himself. During what became known as the Montreal Massacre, the shooter made violent, gender-based statements and claimed that he was fighting feminism. In his suicide note, he blamed feminists for everything that had gone wrong in his life. The Status of…

  • A Practical Guide to Recognizing and Limiting Acid Rock Drainage in Non-Mining Environments, by SRK Consulting

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  • Northern Territories Water and Waste Water Association Conference

  • GNWT Project Management Conference

  • The 47th Annual Yellowknife Geoscience Forum

    Forum Registration Registration for the Geoscience Forum is through the NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines Badges will be checked at every venue. Both full and single day registration passes are available. All speakers, poster presenters, and session chairs must register for the conference.

  • Bridge Building Competition

  • Kids Coding Event