April 28, 2017
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Professional Associations
Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists (APEGG) Representing engineers, geologists and geophysicists.
Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of British Columbia (APEGBC) The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC) is the licensing and regulatory body responsible for BC’s more than 26,000 engineers and geoscientists.
Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA) The Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA) has regulated the practice of engineering, geology and geophysics in Alberta since 1920.
Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) APEGS is the regulatory body for professional engineers and geoscientists in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Manitoba (APEGM) APEGM is the leader and a facilitator of the process that ensures excellence in engineering, geoscience and applied technology for the public of Manitoba.
Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO) APGO governs the practice of professional geoscience in Ontario and reports to the Minister of Northern Development and Mines. The legislation protects the public and investors by establishing a regulated association of geoscientists with the power to admit only qualified persons, to encourage continuing professional competence, to discipline members for professional misconduct and to prevent unqualified individuals from practising.
Association of Professional Engineers of Prince Edward Island (APEPEI) The APEPEI has the legislated authority and responsibility to regulate the practice of engineering and to govern members, licensees, engineers-in-training and holders of certificates of authorization in accordance with the Act and By-Laws and Code of Ethics.
Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick (APEGNB) APEGNB is the regulatory body for professional engineers and geoscientists in the Canadian province of New Brunswick.
Association of Professional Engineers of Nova Scotia (APENS) Engineers Nova Scotia is the licensing and regulatory body for the more than 5000 Professional Engineers and Engineers-in-Training practicing in Nova Scotia or on Nova Scotia Projects.
Association of Professional Engineers of Yukon (APEY) The Association of Professional Engineers of Yukon is a self-governing body of Professional Engineers that regulates and governs the engineering profession in Yukon.
Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists & Geophysicists of the Northwest Territories (NAPEGG) (representing NWT and Nunavut Territory) NAPEG is the self-governing body of professional engineers and professional geoscientists established, under the Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act  of the Northwest Territories and the Engineers and GeoscientistsAct of Nunavut, to regulate the practices of engineering and geoscience and to govern the professions in accordance with their Acts and By-Laws, and to establish and maintain standards of knowledge, skill, care and professional ethics among its members and licensees, in order that the interests of the public may be served and protected.
Association des prospecteurs du Québec (APQ) Professional association aimed at developing and promoting mineral exploration in Quebec by maintaining the province’s economic and environmental competitiveness and access to land.
Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists (CCPG) Geoscience is a regulated profession in virtually all of Canada. In eleven of the thirteen provinces and territories, legislative acts restrict the practice of geoscience to individuals who are registered members of (and therefore licensed by) self-governing professional associations.
Ordre des ingenieurs du Québec (OIQ) The OIQ oversees the professional practice and the conduct of its members.
Ordre des Géologues du Québec (OGQ) The Ordre des géologues assumes its mission of protecting the public by controlling the competency and professional practice of geologists and by suppressing illegal practice of geology.
Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland (PEGN) PEGNL exists so that there will be competent and ethical practice of engineering and geoscience in Newfoundland and Labrador, and to ensure public confidence, sustainability, and stewardship of the professions.
Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) Professional Engineers Ontario licenses Ontario’s 70,000 professional engineers, grants temporary, limited and provisional licences to practise professional engineering, and authorizes businesses to provide engineering services to the public. It sets standards for and regulates engineering practice.

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