Future Events

PEO Ottawa Chapter – AGM

Event: Ottawa Chapter Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) Annual General Meeting (AGM)
Topic: The Ottawa-Gatineau tornado outbreak of Sept. 21, 2018; a recap of the event and ECCC’s warning dissemination.
Date: 2019-02-26
Time: 17:30, networking; 18:00 start.
Location: Centurion Conference and Event Center, Empress room;
Address: 170 Colonnade Road South, Ottawa
Map link: https://www.google.com/maps/place/170+Colonnade+Rd,+Nepean,+ON+K2E+7J5
Cost: $25 (for dinner)
Registration: TBD
For questions, contact: Damien Letendre dletendre@gmail.com

Speaker: Peter Kimbell, Warning Preparedness Meteorologist, Meteorological Service of Canada

Speaker Bio: Peter has been a meteorologist with Environment Canada for close to 30 years. He began as an operational forecaster in Montreal and Toronto, and since then has worked as far east as Halifax and as far west as Thunder Bay. He has experience doing forecasting for marine and aviation clients, the military, and the general public. Since 2004 Peter has worked in a variety of non-forecasting positions, including policy advisor for international affairs, NAV CANADA Account Manager, A/Chief Aviation and Defence Services, A/Manager Performance Measurement, A/Manager Central Region Services, and A/Manager of the Ontario Storm Prediction Centre. His substantive position (and the one he likes most) is that of Warning Preparedness Meteorologist for eastern Ontario. Peter holds B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in meteorology from McGill University.

 

PEO Ottawa Chapter – Bridging the Gap Between Government and Industry – Codes Canada

  • Time: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 12noon – 1pm (1h)
  • Location: N/A (Conference Call)
  • Cost: N/A (No Charge)
  • Registration: TBD
  • Contact: Danil.Matachniouk.PEO@gmail.com

Ottawa is the capital city of Canada, which means many important decisions are made right here, which affect the Canadian Industry. The Government is responsible for making laws: Acts / Regulations / REGDOCs / Codes & Standards. Additionally, the government supports the Industry through Programs / Initiatives, to stimulate the Economy. These laws are used by Engineers in the Industry everyday and these Initiatives could benefit Engineers in the Industry.

The Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO) – Ottawa Chapter is launching a new Pilot Project event to develop the relationship between Government and Industry. The purpose of the Bridging the Gap Between Government and Industry initiative is to provide an opportunity for Government and Industry professionals to connect and learn about each other. The next event will focus on National Research Council – Codes Canada, which develops the National Building Code, National Fire Code, National Plumbing Code, and National Energy Code for Buildings.