If you would like to learn more about our provincial/territorial engineering associations, we encourage you to visit their websites by clicking on the provinces and territories in the map.
The Provincial/Territorial Engineering Associations:
Sources of Help
Government of Canada links
Other useful sites
To find out about life in Canada it is highly recommended that you visit these websites which are external to Engineers Canada and will help you decide where you want to live and work:
- If possible, obtain your engineering work experience while enrolled as an engineer-in-training.
- Keep a record of all your work experience and professional development activities in a format that will be acceptable to an engineering association.
- Don’t wait to gain your year of Canadian work experience before you apply to an engineering association for membership. There may be other membership types you can be granted in the meantime. Also, you can complete your academic assessment and other required exams while you are gaining Canadian work experience.