Annual Report 2018

APEGA: THE 1920 The Engineering Profession Act receives legislative assent and the Association of Professional Engineers of Alberta (APEA) is born 1946 APEA begins use of the designation P.Eng. for professional engineers 1947 1991 APEGGA holds its first Annual Conference, Includes professional development seminars, an Annual General Meeting, and a celebration of member excellence called the Summit Awards Gala 1997 To better serve the public interest, APEGA launches Canada’s first mandatory continuing professional development program for engineers and geoscientists 1969 Geoscientists and geophysicists join APEA, ringing in a new name: The Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA) 1972 The first edition of a member newspaper called the Mini PEGG is launched 1975 The PEGG relaunches in newspaper format Initial professional membership was 69 civil, 20 mining, 10 electrical, and 7 mechanical engineers

1998 Membership reaches 30,000 * 1999 APEGGA launches its first website

1979 Membership reaches 15,000 *

The association publishes its first member magazine, the Alberta Professional Engineer 1968 Corporations that practise engineering in Alberta must now obtain a permit to practice from the association

*all membership categories—professional and non-professional


2018 APEGA Annual Report

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