CDA is a group of dam owners, operators, regulators, engineers and others who share the goal of advancing knowledge and practices related to dams, consistent with social and environmental values. Our members are involved with all types of dams, including those used for irrigation, hydroelectric power, municipal water supply and mining operations.
The Canadian Geotechnical Society is the premier organization for geotechnical engineers and geoscientists in Canada and is dedicated to advancing knowledge and creating opportunities for the sharing of information by practitioners in a broad range of geotechnical disciplines.
The Canadian Medical and Biological Engineering Society is Canada’s principal society for engineering in medicine and biology. It is a member of Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) and affiliated with the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE).
The Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) promotes the exchange of information on all aspects of nuclear science and technology and its applications. This includes nuclear power generation, fuel production, uranium mining and refining, management of radioactive wastes and used fuel.
CSBE/SCGAB provides key platforms for the compilation of knowledge and the dissemination of technology, including the publication of a refereed journal and of standards of practice, and conducting annual conferences, workshops for Continued Professional Development, and technical meetings.
The Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) is a learned society created to develop and maintain high standards of civil engineering practice in Canada and to enhance the public image of the civil engineering profession.
The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering (CSChE) is a national, not-for-profit, professional association that unites chemical engineering students and professionals who work in industry, academia and government.
The Canadian Society for Engineering Management (CSEM), had its beginnings as the General Membership of the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC). In 1990, CSEM changed its mandate in order to focus on the needs of engineers in management.
The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME) was founded in 1970 in order to form a single organization – with a clear identity – for Canadian mechanical engineers and technologists. It was the first constituent society of the Engineering Institute of Canada as the EIC transformed into a federation of societies.
The Canadian Society of Senior Engineers (CSSE) organizes luncheons and dinners with speakers on topics of broad interest and current social relevance, publishes and distributes frequent newsletters to members, participates in joint meetings with other Engineering Institute of Canada member societies and other engineering associations.
IEEE Canada provides a high quality general interest magazine, a technical journal, an electronic newsletter, an annual conference, and web services designed for all Canadian IEEE members, as well as support for our volunteer network of local Sections, Chapters, and Student Branches.