JUNE

COMMUNAL WASTEWATER SYSTEMS
June 18 Vancouver June 19 Regina. Sponsored by Educational Program Innovations Center. To provide an understanding of design considerations, technology, approval and legal liability issues related to communal wastewater systems. Cost before May 15 is $495 + GST, after May 15 $535 + GST.
Contact 1-888-374-2338 ext 222

24TH CANADIAN MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING CONFERENCE
June 28-30, 1998 - Sheraton Grande Hotel, Edmonton. "Assessing the Impact" conference includes scientific sessions, symposia on rehabilitation engineering, biomaterials, computerized diagnosis systems, Y2000 issues, and emerging technologies, and a commercialization workshop. Continuing education courses and a commercial exhibit of medical device manufacturers, agencies, etc. are also provided. Cosponsored by the Canadian Medical and Biomedical Engineering Society and the Alberta Clinical Engineering Society. Registration and further information can be found at :
www.cha.ab.ca/clineng/cmbec24/ or email: cmbecorg@skynet.uah.ualberta.ca

JULY

HOW TO ACHIEVE EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE SEMINAR
July 22 Edmonton July 23 Calgary. Sponsored by Fred Pryor Seminars. How to manage multiple projects, meet deadlines and achieve objectives. Discover organizational skills, develop smart, legitimate shortcuts, manage stress caused by the multiple demands on your time. Cost $159 + GST.
Contact 1-800-255-6139.

CSCE/ASCE 1997 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING CONFERENCE-PROTECTING PEOPLE & THE ENVIRONMENT
July 23-25, Edmonton. Sponsored jointly by the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering and the American Society of Civil Engineers. Contact Cana Globe Group Inc. at 15016 77 Ave, Edmonton, AB T5R 3B3, or Tel. (403) 487-8102, or Fax (403) 487-2417, or Internet: meetings@canaglob.com

AUGUST

CANADIAN PETROLEUM HALL OF FAME BANQUET AND INDUCTION CEREMONIES & GOLF TOURNAMENT
Aug.1-2, Edmonton. Ladies and Men's Open Golf Tournament, Edmonton Petroleum Club & Devon Golf & Curling Club. First 144 entries accepted. Cost $175. Banquet and Induction Ceremonies Convention Inn, Aug. 1. South. Contact Don Hunter (403) 467-7174; Fred Drury (403) 483-3267 ext 35.

LEDUC NUMBER ONE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
Aug.1-3. Community events in the Leduc, Devon, Calmar, Beaumont and Edmonton area, have been planned to entertain visitors of all ages. Contact 1-888-Leduc-01 or home page: www.blackgold.ab.ca/educl. Canadian Petroleum Hall of Fame First Induction to be held 5:30 p.m., Aug.1. Contact: Don Hunter (403) 467-7174/Fred Frury (403) 483-3267, local 35. Oil Industry Homecoming Aug.2. Call collect (403) 474-8453.

CSLA CONGRESS 97/ & VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
Aug. 13-16, Edmonton. The CSLA Congress 97 Coordinating Committee extends an invitation to all professionals involved in the design and planning disciplines to participate in a conference entitled High Tech-High Touch. The conference is sponsored by the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects. Contact Congress '97 Tel. (403)435-9902 fax (403)435-7503, e-mail: congress97@csla.ca, Internet: http://www.csla.ca/congress97/

STANDARDS ENGINEERING SOCIETY ANNUAL CONFERENCE '97
Aug. 25-26, Nashville, TN. The theme of this year's conference is Standards: New Directions New Technologies. Session topics include: promoting standards programs in your company; distributing standards documents electronically, measuring the value of standards development; finding and using standards; and regulatory use of standards. Contact Donald Kear, Executive Director, SES, 1706 Darst Avenue, Dayton, OH 45403-3104; Tel. (937) 258-1955; fax (937) 258-0018; e-mail dlkgen@aol.com; internet: http://www.ses-standards.org.

LOOKING AHEAD

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS, GEOLOGISTS AND GEOPHYSICISTS WIVES' CLUB OF CALGARY MEMBERSHIP COFFEE PARTY
Sept. 5, Early Golf Club. For more information, please call Ursula Tabsh, at 239-1597.

APEGGA/ASPB/CPANS-A&WMA CONFERENCE '97
Sept. 22-24, Calgary. Theme: "Emerging Air Issues for the 21st Century: The Need for Multi-Disciplinary Management". For information on submitting technical papers, contact Nina Novak, P.Eng., at (403) 241-2481; Andrea Jalbert at (403) 290-6804; or Allan Legge at (403) 282-4479. See also advertisement this page.

19TH CANADIAN WASTE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE-
THE CHANGING WORLD OF WASTE MANAGEMENT
Sept. 15-18, St. John's, Nfld. Presentations on Canadian industry and government progress in meeting Canada's national objective of 50-per-cent waste reduction by the year 2000. Call (613) 236-6222; fax (613) 236-6850; or e-mail ceia@capitalnet.com

ISS '97: WORLD TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONGRESS
Sept. 21-26, Toronto. Will bring together the world's leading scientists, engineers and technology visionaries for a week-long series of scientific seminars and over 140 technical paper presentations. Held every two and a half years since 1957, this will mark the second time that Canada has hosted this prestigious event. Contact Victoria Lord (416) 588-2420/Jane Tucker (416) 588-3522 of the Pinnacle Group or: www.ISS97.org

WORKSHOP ON RIVER ICE
Sept. 24-26, Fredericton, N.B. Theme: "Hydro-Power & Ice-Covered Rivers - Design, Operational and Environmental Considerations". For further information, contact Dr. Sayed Ismail, P.Eng., at: c/o New Brunswick Power Corporation, 244 Connell St., Woodstock, N.B. E0J 2B0; or, Phone (506) 325-7816 or Fax (506) 325-5013.

HIGH ON ENERGY GPS/GIS '97-GLOBAL INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS CONFERENCE
Oct. 1-4, Calgary. Organized by the Alberta Land Surveyors' Association. Of interest to companies and individuals involved in the energy, forestry and municipal and other government sectors. Contact Brian Stecyk at (403) 451-5670; Fax (403) 452-2890; e-mail: roseccom@supernet.ab.ca.

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS, GEOLOGISTS AND GEOPHYSICISTS
WIVES' CLUB OF CALGARY CAR RALLY.
Oct. 5. Followed by dinner at Priddis Greens Golf and Country Club. For more information, please call Ursula Tabsh, at 239-1597.

CANADIAN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CONFERENCE
Oct. 5-8, Edmonton. "The Competitive Advantage". Organized by the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering. Over 400 papers from 21 countries with more than 30 per cent presented by industry. Includes a software exhibition with software from major developers. Contact: Dr. Fred Otto, P.Eng., (403) 492-5963

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING FALL
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SESSION
Oct. 9-10, Edmonton. Organized by the CSChE Edmonton Section and the AIChE Alberta Chapter. Two AIChE Short courses "Advanced Wastewater Treatment" and "In-Plant Process Troubleshooting"; one- day Dupont Refresher Course "Flow and Energy System"; and two-day symposium "Chemical Engineers and the Environment". Contact: Eileen Charest @ C-FER (403) 450-3300; e-mail: paradigm@v-wave.com.

INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING EXPOSITION
Oct. 29-31. Toronto. Running simultaneously with the Energy Management Exposition and CAESCO Energy Management Conference. Lighting and interior designers, architects, and consulting engineers involved in buying, specifying and installing lighting equipment. Contact Rhomney Forbes-Gray at (416) 443-8202/Fax (905) 890-1997.

SOCIETY OF EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICISTS INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION & 67th ANNUAL MEETING
Nov. 2-7, Dallas, TX. The international exposition provides the opportunity to demonstrate products to more than 5,000 professional attendees from more than 50 countries. Contact Bob Lewis, SEG Exhibit Sales Manager (918) 497-5500; fax (918) 497-5557; e-mail: blewis@seg.org. and website: http://www.seg.org

GLOBAL MINING OPPORTUNITIES INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION
Nov. 4-7, Vancouver. Mining companies, investors, vendors & supplies. Contact Dennis Sigl, Exhibition Manager (303) 526-1626; Fax (303) 526-1650.

UNDERSECRETARIAT OF MINING, THE ARGENTINE GEOLOGICAL AND MINING SURVEY(SEGEMAR) & ECONOMIC GEOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION OF ARGENTINA

Nov. 8-13, Buenos Aires, Argentina. X Latin Geological Congress and the VI Argentine Congress of Economic Geology. Contact Lic. Abel Pesce at (+54-1)349-3113/3098/3099, Fax (+54-1)349-3155, email apesce@secind.mecon.ar.

ALBERTA SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL BIOLOGISTS
ANNUAL CONFERENCE
CALL FOR PAPERS
Nov. 17-18, Edmonton, Convention Inn. Crossing Boundaries: International and Intercultural Issues Facing Today's Environmental Manager. Contact Bonnie Holtby, 434-5765; Fax 435-7503; email aspb@ccinet.ab.ca

PAN-AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLGY TRADE SHOW AND CONFERENCE - Americana 1999 - Call for Papers
March 24-26, 1999, Palais des Congres de Montreal, Montreal Convention Center, Montreal. Main themes are Water & Wastewater Management, Air Quality Management, Soil Remediation, Hazardous and Solid Waste Management, etc. For more information, contact: (514) 270-7110 or email: info@americana.org.

 

APEGGA EVENTS

COUNCIL MEETINGS

September 18, Holiday Inn, Red Deer

November 26-27, Sheraton Grande Hotel, Edmonton

Edmonton District and Calgary Branch meetings will resume in

September. Please check the September issue of The PEGG for times, locations and topics.

SOCIETIES LISTINGS

CALGARY COUNCIL FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY

When:
May 20, 5:30 pm Networking, 6:15 pm Dinner & Program

Where: Westin Hotel, 320 4 Avenue SW, Calgary

Speakers: Janet Wood, IBM; Brian McKinney, AudeSi Technologies Inc.; Lindsay Moir, TragoeS

Topic: e-Business

Cost: $25.00 Members; $35.00 Non Members; $15.00 Students

Phone: 259-7873 for registration information

CSChE EDMONTON SECTION

When: July 10; Networking 7 p.m.; Presentations, 7:30 p.m.

Where: Royal Glenora Club, 11160 River Valley Road, Edmonton.

Speaker: Dr. William McCaffrey, U of A.

Topic: "Current Challenges in Polymer Recycling". "Urban Plastics Recycling" Edmonton Recycling Society.

Cost: $10 Members/$15 Non-members.

Contact: Bruce Peachey, P.Eng., Phone (403) 448-9195; E-mail: paradigm@v-wave.com -----

When: Sept. 11, Networking 7-10 p.m.

Where: Royal Glenora Club, 11160 River Valley Road, Edmonton.

Activity: Section Warm-up for the 47th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference.

Topic: Networking and information on what is happening at the conference. Professional development sessions, technical sessions, symposia, social events, student events and plenary speakers.

Cost: $10 Members/$15 Non-members.

Contact: Bruce Peachey, P.Eng., Phone (403) 448-9195; e-mail: paradigm@v-wave.com

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