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Scholarships & Technical Events

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON SCHOLARSHIPS, TECHNICAL EVENTS OR OTHER ISSUES CONTACT THE CPGCE SECTARY AT This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Welcome to the CPGCE

UPDATED 19th February, 2018 - The CPGCE 2017 Annual Report is now available for download!

Take a look on the Online Documents page.


New website has been added to the \\\'Links\\\' page, https://www.asbestos.com/

Engineers are at risk of developing mesothelioma, a rare cancer caused from asbestos exposure that can take 20-50 years to develop. Asbestos was commonly used in construction products, electrical products, and nuclear reactors. Engineers commonly inhaled asbestos as they supervised these products being installed. 

This website features extensive information on asbestos and can help inform former and current engineers of the dangers of asbestos and the steps involved if affected. Some great information can be found at https://www.asbestos.com/occupations/engineers/ .

The next CPGCE presentation will be:-

21st February, 2018 - Feedback

Merri Lemmex, MBA-PM, PMP Managing Partner, Operations LemmexWilliams Training 



Abstract & Bio can be found on the Events page


The Canadian Prairies Group of Chartered Engineers (CPGCE) is a multi-disciplinary group of members of the UK Engineering Institutions who reside in Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories. We support and further the development of all grades (C.Eng, I.Eng, Eng.Tech, Associate or Student) and welcome all to our Technical Meetings

CPGCE has been actively arranging technical events for many years bringing together industry experts to get an update on projects, challenges, and opportunities. These events provide an excellent networking opportunity for professionals in a relaxed setting.

A cordial welcome to all Engineering Members who have recently arrived in the Canadian Prairies.