The cover story of the July 2003 PEGG misidentified the type
of U.S. exams being written in Alberta by APEGGA members.
The National Council of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors
is allowing fundamentals of engineering exams to be written
in Alberta, the story should have said. The PEGG apologizes
for the error.
APEGGA Builds Professionalism Through Permit
Seminars, plans designed to ensure a meaningful role for
Professional Development Manager Joins
PEGGasus Project On Track,
October Launch Anticipated
Manager invites members to visit work-in-progress site.
EUB Chairman demonstrates true leadership. As an example
to his staff, Neil McCrank, Q.C., adds P.Eng. designation
to his credentials
Outreach volunteers span the province
All They Are Saying is
Give Coal a Chance
New technologies introduce
at Genesee Power Plant
Volunteer Remembered As a 'Super Individual'
Contract Packaging Keeps GP3 Costs in Line
the Rocks Reveal
Committee Decision - John Richard Paine, P.Eng.,
J.R. Paine & Associates Ltd.,
Roman Stefaniw, P.Eng.
Committee Decision - Dale Beauchamp
Committee Decision - John Sinnett, P.Eng.
» Geoscience Community
Presents Address On Tsunamis
» The Perfect Mix of Academia
Degree Program Helps Engineers Become Better Managers
R&D Infrastructure is Focus of Industry Day
Keyser File: Avalanche Research Builds U of C Following
Moves to E-Mailing Newsletters and Notices
Figures Stay on Track
Partners Attract 4,300 to Joint Convention
CSPG/CSEG Joint Convention Technical Program Award Winners
» Summary Count
» Coming Events