Enregistrement - Lobbyistes salariés d'organisations

Ingénieurs Canada / Engineers Canada / Gerard McDonald, Chief Executive Officer

Données d'enregistrement
Nom de l'organisation : Ingénieurs Canada / Engineers Canada
Nom de l'agent responsable : Gerard McDonald, Chief Executive Officer 
Historique des changements d'agents responsables
Date de début de l'enregistrement initial : 2008-04-04
État de l'enregistrement : Actif
Numéro de l'enregistrement : 936832-16844
Communications associées

Nombre total de rapports de communication : 326

Rapports mensuels de communications au cours des 6 derniers mois : 7

Version 1 de 25 (2008-04-04 à 2008-08-07)

Version 1 de 25 (2008-04-04 à 2008-08-07) a été soumis avant l'entrée en vigueur de la Loi sur le lobbying, le 2 juillet 2008. En raison d'exigences de renseignements différents à ce moment-là, l'enregistrement est présenté sous le format suivant.

A. Renseignements sur l'organisation

Organisation : Ingénieurs Canada / Engineers Canada
180 Elgin Street
Suite 1100
Ottawa, ON  K2P 2K3
Canada
Numéro de téléphone : 613-232-2474  Poste : 269
Numéro de fax : 613-230-5759  
Nom et poste de l'agent responsable pendant la période de cet enregistrement : Chantal Guay, Chief Executive Officer  
 
Description des activités de l'organisation : Engineers Canada is the national organization of the provincial and territorial associations and ordre that regulate the practicve of engineering in Canada and license Canada's 160,000 professional engineers. Established in 1936, Engineers Canada delivers national programs that ensure the highest standard of engineering education, professional qualifications and ethical conduct. Engineers Canada is the voice of the associations and ordre at the national and international level and promotes a greater understanding of the role and contribution of engineering to society. Through the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), Engineers Canada accredits undergradute and graduate engineering programs in Canada that meet or exceed educational standartds required to be granted registration as a professional engineer in Canada. The Canadian Engineering Qualifications Board (CEQB), formulates national guidelines on the qualifications and standards of practice required of professional engineers. Engineers Canada is the business name of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers.
Membres ou types de membres de l'organisation. : The constituent and sole members of Engineers Canada are the 12 provincial and territorial associations/ordre that govern the profession of engineering in Canada.
 
L'organisation a-t-elle été financée en tout ou en partie par une institution gouvernementale domestique ou étrangère au cours du dernier exercice complet? Oui
Date de la fin du dernier exercice complet de l'organisation : 2006-12-31
 
Liste du financement public
Institution gouvernementale Financement reçu au cours du dernier exercice
Infrastructure Canada 21 000,00 $
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada 452 900,00 $
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade 72 000,00 $
HRSDC 206 224,00 $
Natural Resources Canada 113 594,00 $
Natural Resources Canada 62 500,00 $

B. Lobbyistes employés dans l'organisation

Nom : Marc Bourgeois
Titre du poste : Director, Communications
Charges publiques occupées : Non
 
Nom : Marie Carter
Titre du poste : Director, Professional and International Affairs
Charges publiques occupées : Non
 
Nom : Laurèl Craib
Titre du poste : Manager, Government Relations
Charges publiques occupées : Oui
 
Nom : Chantal Guay
Titre du poste : Chief Executive Officer
Charges publiques occupées : Non
 
Nom : David Lapp
Titre du poste : Manager, Professional Practice
Charges publiques occupées : Non
 
Nom : Brian Smith
Titre du poste : Director, Public Affairs
Charges publiques occupées : Oui
 
Nom : Deborah Wolfe
Titre du poste : Director, Education, Outreach and Research
Charges publiques occupées : Oui
 

C. Renseignements sur les activités de lobbying

Institutions fédérales qui ont été ou seront consultées au cours de l'engagement. : Affaires autochtones et Développement du Nord Canada, Affaires étrangères et Commerce international Canada (MAECIC), Agence canadienne de développement international (ACDI), Agence spatiale canadienne (ASC), Bureau de la sécurité des transports du Canada (BST), Bureau du Conseil privé (BCP), Bureau fédéral examen évaluation environnemental (BFEEE), Cabinet du Premier ministre (CPM), Citoyenneté et Immigration Canada, Commission de contrôle de l’énergie atomique (CCEA), Commission de la fonction publique du Canada (CFP), Commission de révision des marchés publics (CRMP), Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie (CRSNG), Conseil national de recherches (CNRC), Défense nationale (MDN), Députés de la Chambre des communes, Développement des ressources humaines Canada (DRHC), Diversification de l'économie de l'Ouest Canada (DEO), Environnement Canada, Finances Canada (FIN), Industrie Canada, Office national des transports (ONT), Ressources naturelles Canada (RNCan), Santé Canada (SC), Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor du Canada (SCT), Sécurité publique et Protection civile Canada (SPPCC), Sénat du Canada, Statistique Canada (StatCan), Transports Canada (TC), Travaux publics et Services gouvernementaux Canada
Techniques de communication déjà utilisées ou qui seront utilisées au cours de l'engagement :
Appel au grand public, Appels téléphoniques, Communications informelles, Communications écrites, en format papier ou électronique, Présentations, Réunions
 
Objet : Sujets de préoccupation : Affaires autochtones, Commerce intérieur, Commerce international, Développement régional, Éducation, Emploi et formation, Énergie, Environnement, Immigration, Industrie, Infrastructure, Mines, Propriété intellectuelle, Relations internationales, Santé, Sciences et technologies, Télécommunications, Transports, Travail
 
Objets poursuivis : Renseignements rétrospectifs : Engineers Canada has met periodically with officals in the Departments of Transport, Communities and Infrastructure, Natrual Resources, Environment, to disucss issues related to Canada's infrastructure and climate change. Over the past six months this included an informal discussion with the Minister of Natural Resources and a meeting with the Parliamentary Secretary. Engineers Canada has also met on an ongoing basis with senior officials from the Departments of Citizenship and Immigration and Human Resources and Social Development in order to discuss the issue of foreign credentials and how to improve the settlement and integration of internationally trained engineering graduates into licensed practice in Canada. Engineers Canada also discussed plans for the establishment of the Foreign Credential Referral Office with senior officials in the above two departments. These discussions have also included the issue of inter-provincial mobility for professionals. In March 2007, the CEO of Engineers Canada testified before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Human Resources and Social Development as part of the Committee's study of labour mobility in Canada. During 2007 Engineers Canada also met from time to time with officials from other government departments in areas identified under Section D to discuss issues of interest. Engineers Canada has received funding in the past from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade under the Program for Export Market Development (PEMD) in order to assist work with engineering associations in other countries as part of its efforts to facilitate the mobility of engineers between Canada and other countries.
Objets poursuivis : Renseignements prospectifs : Engineers Canada plans to continue to meet with members of the Executive Branch, members of Parliament and their staffs, and departmental staff with a focus on the following themes: -Citizenship and Immigration - regulations and amendments to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, in particular regarding the settlement of internationally trained engineers in Canada. -HRSD - with respect to the ongoing HRSDC-funded project "FROM CONSIDERATION TO INTEGRATION" (FC2I), and its related Labour Market Study .-INFRASTRUCTURE CANADA - including discussions related to the proposal for the establishment of a National Round Table on Sustainable Infrastructure. -Environment Canada and Natural Resouces Canada - including activities related to the Climate Change Action Plan such as the Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee, which is preparing an inventory of public infrastructure and its vulnerability to the effects of climate change. Engineers Canada expects to seek additional funding from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade under the Program for Export Market Development (PEMD) in order to assist our work with engineering associations in other countries as part of its efforts to facilitate the mobility of engineers between Canada and other countries.
 
Détails sur l'objet indiqué
Catégories Description
Règlement Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999: Engineers Canada has an interest in the statutory review of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, which is to be undertaken by the House Standing Committee on the Environment during the current session of Parliament.Immigration and Refugee Protection Act 2002: Of specific interest are regulations in the above act dealing with the selection of immigrants and the impact of these regulations on the engineering profession.
Projet de loi ou résolution Engineers Canada has an interest in the following acts, bills or resolutions before Parliament.The Federal Budget and related bills when tabled in Parliament annually. C-30 An Act to amend the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, the Energy Efficiency Act and the Motor Vehicle Fuel Consumption Standards Act (Canada's Clean Air Act)Private Members Bills: C-207 An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (tax credit for new graduates working in designated regions) C-250 An Act to ensure safe drinking water throughout CanadaC-288 An Act to ensure Canada meets its global climate change obligations under the Kyoto ProtocolC-315 An Act to provide for the harmonization of environmental standards throughout CanadaC-377 An Act to ensure Canada assumes its responsibilities in preventing dangerous climate change
Politique ou programme HRSDC - Sector Council Program (SCP) HRSDC - Foreign Credential Recognition Program (FCRP) DFAIT - Program for Export Market Development (PEMD) NRCan - Natural Resources Canada Climate Change Fund Infrastructure Canada - Infrastructure Plan (announced by the Minister of Finance in Advantage Canada Nov 2006)

Institutions gouvernementales ajoutées au moyen d'un rapport de communication : Infrastructure Canada (INFC) Consulter



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