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3 PUBLISHED BY: THE SOURCE OF ENGINEERING AND GEOSCIENCE NEWS IN NEW BRUNSWICK LA SOURCE D'INFORMATION EN INGÉNIERIE ET GÉOSCIENCE DU NOUVEAU-BRUNSWICK ENGINEERS AND GEOSCIENTISTS NEW BRUNSWICK 183 Hanwell Road, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada E3B 2R2 Tel: Toll Free: Fax: EDITOR: Melissa Mertz, FEC (Hon) APEGNB STAFF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Andrew McLeod, FEC (Hon) DIRECTOR OF PROFESSIONAL AFFAIRS Tom Sisk, FEC, P.Eng. DIRECTOR OF REGISTRATION Kate Sisk DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS Melissa Mertz, FEC (Hon) DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATION Rachael Christenson, FEC (Hon) PROGRAM COORDINATOR Stamatia Eliakis REGISTRATION COORDINATOR Stéphanie Baxter ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Marie Solange Mbarga APEGNB EXECUTIVE AND COUNCIL PRESIDENT Jean Boudreau, P.Eng. VICE-PRESIDENT Mark Bellefleur, P.Eng. PAST PRESIDENT Darryl Ford, P.Eng. ENGINEERS CANADA DIRECTOR Brent Smith, P.Eng., FEC GEOSCIENTISTS CANADA DIRECTOR Annie Daigle, P.Eng./P.Geo FREDERICTON COUNCILLORS Bruce Wilson, P.Eng. Tammy Lamey, P.Eng. MONCTON COUNCILLORS Maryse Doucet, P.Eng. Véronique Haché, P.Eng. SAINT JOHN COUNCILLORS Holly Young, P.Eng. Matthew Hayes, P.Eng., LL.B., FEC NORTHWESTERN COUNCILLORS Marc Laforge, P.Eng. Jules Michaud, P.Eng. NORTHEASTERN COUNCILLORS Stéphanie Doucet-Landry, P.Eng. Iris Auclair-Bernard, P.Eng., FEC GEOSCIENTIST COUNCILLORS Tanya Horgan, P.Eng./P.Geo., FEC Paul Rennick, P.Geo. PUBLIC REPRESENTATIVES Marc Richard, LL.B. George Filliter, LL.B. ENGENUITY IS PUBLISHED THREE TIMES PER YEAR: SPRING, SUMMER AND FALL/WINTER. DEADLINES FOR COPY ARE FEBRUARY 15, JUNE 1 AND SEPTEMBER 15 RESPECTIVELY. ADVERTISING SPACE IS AVAILABLE ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVED BASIS. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONCERNING AD PLACEMENT, SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARD RATES, PLEASE CONTACT DANIELLE DURANLEAU, ADVERTISING COORDINATOR FOR ALL OTHER QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT MELISSA MERTZ, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS TEL X5) 3

4 JEAN BOUDREAU, P.ENG. PRESIDENT S MESSAGE It has only been a few months since my election as President at our annual meeting in Edmundston but already, I ve embarked on a whirlwind of activities. Before I update you on my travels, I must first acknowledge APEGNB s organizing committee and staff for putting together another well-planned and well-run annual meeting. Even the weather cooperated this year. Immediately after the AGM, I was off to Ottawa for an Engineers Canada plenary session and board meeting. This was my first official duty as President. I had attended the fall 2011 meetings as an observer with Past President, Darryl Ford, P.Eng., to get an introduction to the goings-on. It was quite helpful. This year, it was nice to see familiar faces in the crowd and I only stumbled over my words a few times. Our CEO, Andrew McLeod, FEC (Hon), and I then headed to Toronto to participate in a workshop for Chief Executive Officers and Chief Elected Officers. The workshop was presented by the Canadian Society of Association Executives and it was an opportunity for the two of us to learn how we could better function as a team. Turns out, we are quite similar in thinking in a lot of ways. The workshop also helped us to go beyond our comfort zone which is always a useful exercise in the planning process. Since then, my calendar has continued to fill up with an interesting array of events and meetings. Council meetings have all been set and on April 2, I had the distinct honour of representing the Association at an Iron Ring Ceremony at the University of New Brunswick. It was the first time I attended a ceremony since the last of my classmates received their ring. I am also looking forward to attending the annual conferences of some of our sister associations Members of APEGNB s executive and their guests take a moment to pose for pictures before the 2012 AGM Annual Banquet begins: (Lto R) Kathy Smith; Brent Smith, P.Eng., FEC, President, Engineers Canada; Janice Ford; Darryl Ford, P.Eng., outgoing APEGNB President; Jean Boudreau, P.Eng., 2012 APEGNB President; Al Boudreau; Mireille Vautour, P.Eng., Chair, AGM organizing committee; Andrew McLeod, FEC (Hon.), CEO of APEGNB. across Canada. I am quickly learning that the other associations have their own issues to deal with but they are all similar, if not the same, as the issues we are dealing with here in New Brunswick. One of the issues I started hearing about at our AGM (and have since heard from the executive of other provincial associations and national groups) is that engineers and geoscientists must put more effort into promoting ourselves not just as problem solvers and innovative advisors but also as decision makers. Whether we are pitching a new idea to a client, pushing politicians to focus on a particular issue, or communicating to the public that our work is in their best interest, we must promote our education, experience and innovative ideas as what delivers game-changing results. I would like to welcome our new members to Council. Actually, six of the eight new members have previously served on Council and the remaining two have been involved with their local Branch. It is encouraging to see our members continuing to work towards the success of this Association. I would also like to thank those who have completed their terms with us. A special thanks to Darryl Ford, P.Eng., FEC, for his dedicated work to the Association and for his guidance in helping me start my term on a strong footing. 4

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6 JEAN BOUDREAU, ING. MESSAGE DE LA PRÉSIDENTE Ça ne fait que quelques mois que j ai été élue à la présidence lors de l assemblée générale annuelle à Edmundston, mais déjà j ai été prise dans un tourbillon d activités. Avant de vous donner les dernières nouvelles sur mes déplacements, je veux d abord saluer le comité organisateur et le personnel de l AIGNB qui ont tenu une autre assemblée annuelle bien organisée et bien dirigée. Cette année, même la météo a collaboré. Dès le lendemain de l AGA, je me rendais à Ottawa pour une séance plénière d Ingénieurs Canada et une réunion de son conseil d administration. Ce fut ma première fonction officielle en tant que présidente. J avais assisté aux réunions de l automne 2011 en tant qu observatrice avec le président sortant, Darryl Ford, ing., pour me familiariser avec le fonctionnement. Ce me fut fort utile. Cette année, c était agréable de retrouver des visages familiers dans la foule et je n ai trébuché sur mes mots qu à quelques reprises. Notre chef de la direction, Andrew McLeod, FIC (hon.), et moi-même nous sommes alors dirigés sur Toronto pour prendre part à un atelier destiné aux chefs de la direction et aux dirigeants élus. Présenté par la Société canadienne des directeurs d association, l atelier a été une occasion d apprendre comment nous pourrions mieux travailler en équipe. Nous avons découvert que nos manières de penser se rejoignent sur plusieurs points. L atelier nous a aussi aidés à sortir de notre zone de confort, ce qui est toujours un bon exercice pour se préparer aux processus de planification. Depuis, mon calendrier n a cessé de se remplir de toute une série d activités et de rencontres intéressantes. Les dates des réunions du Conseil ont toutes été fixées et, le 2 avril, j ai eu le grand honneur de représenter l Association à une cérémonie d engagement de l ingénieur à l Université du Nouveau-Brunswick. C est la première fois que j assistais à ce rite de l anneau de fer depuis que le dernier de mes compagnons de classe a obtenu son anneau. J ai aussi hâte d assister aux assemblées annuelles de certaines de nos associations sœurs de l ensemble du Canada. Je me rends rapidement compte que les autres associations ont chacune leurs enjeux particuliers, mais qu elles font Les membres du bureau de direction de l AIGNB et leurs invités prennent un instant pour qu on les prenne en photo avant le début du banquet de l assemblée annuelle de 2012 : (de gauche à droite) Kathy Smith; Brent Smith, ing., FIC, président d Ingénieurs Canada; Janice Ford; Darryl Ford, ing., président sortant de l AIGNB; Jean Boudreau, ing., présidente de l AIGNB de 2012 ; Al Boudreau; Mireille Vautour, ing., présidente du comité organisateur de l AGA; Andrew McLeod, FIC (hon.), chef de la direction de l AIGNB. 6

7 face à des difficultés semblables, voire identiques, à celles que nous rencontrons ici au Nouveau-Brunswick. Un des enjeux dont j ai commencé à entendre parler dès notre AGA (et dont j ai depuis entendu parler par les dirigeants d autres associations provinciales et organismes nationaux) est que les ingénieurs et les géoscientifiques doivent travailler à se promouvoir eux-mêmes, non seulement en tant que champions de la résolution de problèmes et conseillers novateurs, mais aussi en tant que décideurs. Que ce soit au moment où nous présentons de nouvelles idées à nos clients, où nous incitons les politiciens à mettre l accent sur un enjeu particulier ou lorsque nous expliquons au public que nos travaux sont dans son meilleur intérêt, nous devons promouvoir la notion que notre formation, notre expérience et nos idées novatrices donnent des résultats qui changent la donne. Je veux souhaiter la bienvenue aux nouveaux membres de Message de la présidente notre Conseil. En réalité, six des huit nouveaux membres ont déjà siégé au Conseil, et les deux autres ont pris part aux activités de leur section locale. C est encourageant de voir nos membres continuer à travailler en vue de la réussite de leur Association. Je tiens aussi à remercier ceux et celles dont le mandat a pris fin. Un merci tout spécial à Darryl Ford, ing., FIC, pour son dévouement à l endroit de l Association et pour son orientation qui m a aidé à entreprendre mon mandat du bon pied. 7

8 TOM SISK, P.ENG., FEC, DIRECTOR OF PROFESSIONAL AFFAIRS ASK THE DPA Question IF AN INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING COMPANY, HEADQUARTERED IN CANADA, WITH OFFICES ACROSS THE COUNTRY, IS FOUND GUILTY OF CRIMES IN ANOTHER PART OF THE WORLD, WHICH ENGINEERING REGULATORY BODY HAS JURISDICTION? CAN AN ENGINEER FACE DISCIPLINARY CHARGES IN MORE THAN ONE JURISDICTION IF S/HE IS LICENSED IN CANADA, AS WELL AS IN THE COUNTRY WHERE THE WORK WAS DONE? Answer It s not often that issues directly related to engineering appear on the front page of newspapers and magazines or on the national news programs. But recently, there have been a couple stories which have generated these two pointed questions. Most of the engineering and geoscience regulatory bodies in Canada do not specifically deal with the case of a member being found guilty of misconduct or incompetence while outside Canada or even outside the province of residence. On one hand, it is a simple case of jurisdiction. The Canadian engineering Acts are all provincial legislation and their reach essentially stops at the provincial borders. On the other hand, most jurisdictions have a Code of Ethics which can come into play as a basis to launch or accept a complaint. However, because the Canadian regulatory bodies are similar and generally agree to If you have a regulatory, enforcement or ethical question you d like answered, APEGNB s Director of Professional Affairs. cooperate with one another, misdeeds in one jurisdiction can follow the member back to his home jurisdiction by having a complaint lodged against him in the jurisdiction where the offence took place. Technically, the complaint could be heard by either jurisdiction because the engineer or geoscientist is also obligated to register in any jurisdiction in which s/he practises. In the cases where the offender is on a short-term assignment in the visiting jurisdiction, it is often more effective for the home jurisdiction to pursue the complaint. When working outside Canada, there may not be a regulatory body for the professions. Or, the body may not have right to practice legislation under the laws of the land. A Canadian engineer accused of misconduct or incompetence may not face professional sanction in the foreign land, but may face local criminal or other charges and penalties. He may in fact end up in custody while the host country s legal system works through the case. In the case where the foreign regulatory body is similar to that in Canada, a complaint may be processed locally or a complaint could be filed back in Canada. As noted above, this would be valid because in most Canadian jurisdictions, being found guilty of a criminal or quasicriminal offence in Canada, or any other jurisdiction, is a valid ground for a complaint in the home jurisdiction. In the broader case, the professional could also be charged with breach of the Code of Ethics which also says: Engineers, geoscientists, and members in training shall observe the rules of professional conduct which apply in the country in which they practise and, if there are no such rules, observe those established by this Code of Ethics. There is a growing trend in the regulatory environment that the home association has jurisdiction over the member regardless of where the misconduct or other problem occurred. This stance has evolved to meet the cases where the offender fails to register in the foreign jurisdiction and tries to avoid consequences by simply leaving that jurisdiction for the safety of home. 8

9 Ask the DPA The second part of the question is more straightforward. It is entirely possible for a member to be facing charges in both the home jurisdiction and in one or more foreign jurisdictions for the same, or different, charges. In that the hearing of such charges can span several months, it is easy to see that the costs of defending oneself against multiple charges could be expensive in terms of time and money. Question IS THERE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DISSENT, PROFESSIONAL OBLIGATION AND WHISTLEBLOWING? (ARE YOU OBLIGATED TO MAKE ETHICAL BREACHES PUBLIC? HOW FAR DO YOU GO?) Answer We ve talked about the whole topic of whistleblowing in years past and the poignant points are as valid today as they always have been. Today s question, I think, highlights the subtle differences of how we perceive three names for the same thing. In all professions, whether medicine, law, engineering or one of the others, there is room for professionals to discuss, and even argue forcibly, for one option over another. But, the argument is meant to be conducted among peers in the appropriate forum. A good example is the use of trade magazines, professional meetings or online forums. The learned societies provide another forum for discussion. The intent, as supported by the typical Code of Ethics, is to focus on the technical details and avoid personal attack. Often, no clear winner emerges, but the two (or more) viewpoints have been given an airing. In its most elementary format, one professional directly contacts the other and makes his/her concerns known. The professional, when working within his area of expertise, and under his/her convictions also has a professional responsibility to report issues of public safety or other serious consequences to the proper authority. Sometimes that is the job supervisor, project owner or perhaps a government authority. Many examples are available to illustrate how a professional has identified some problem midway through a project and has ultimately saved the day by reporting the issue and working to make corrections, often at possible professional peril. The story of William LeMessurier s use of innovative structural design and the design implications of quartering winds in tall buildings is an example. The seemingly disastrous findings that predicted the under-construction skyscraper would fail led to the opportunity to alter the design, save the building and even keep the liability insurers happy. When the efforts to exercise one s professional obligation fall on deaf ears, the issue may become one of whistleblowing. Often called peep and weep, these cases can carry a high price for the professional who pursues the problem. Instead of being commended for using skill and concern to preserve safety, the professionals are often vilified for adversely affecting the overall project cost, timeline or ultimate success. These are cases that often bring a chill to the reader, often tragically after the fact. The January 2012 death of Roger Boisjoly is a reminder. A mechanical engineer with a long career in the aerospace industry, he identified the likely failure of booster rocket seals during cold weather launches of the Challenger space shuttle. His wellsubstantiated protestations up to the last minute before launch were overridden by management and the deadly results were observed by all moments later. Boisjoly spent years after coping with feelings of guilt and depression, agonizing whether he had done enough to make his concerns known. He was also shunned by those in the business who thereafter identified him as a whistleblower; someone to be avoided at all costs. Engineer Roger Boisjoly examines a model of the O- Rings, used to bring the Space Shuttle into orbit, at a meeting of senior executives and academic representatives in New York in Boisjoly died in January 2012 in Utah. (Photo: AP) There is no easy answer to how far a professional should go to address his/her concerns. The study of ethics is full of examples of professionals who went too far and sacrificed their career. On the other hand, there are cases where the insistence of the professional has changed the course of a project or policy and resulted in enhanced safety or living conditions for thousands. The one advantage of formal study of ethics is that part of the study gives the professional a decision-making framework with which to evaluate the dilemmas of the seemingly impossible choices. 9

10 New Brunswick is the birthplace of engineering education in Canada. We have a proud engineering history. But we want a strong engineering future too. Jean Boudreau, P.Eng., APEGNB president APEGNB COUNCIL MEETS THE MLAs (Lto R): Andrew McLeod, FEC (Hon), CEO of APEGNB; Brian Kenny, MLA, Bathurst (Lto R): Carl Killen, MLA, Saint John Harbour; Stéphanie Doucet-Landry, P.Eng., APEGNB Councillor Northeastern District; Marc Laforge, P.Eng., APEGNB Councillor Northwestern District; Maryse Doucet, P.Eng., APEGNB Councillor Moncton District; Jules Michaud, P.Eng., APEGNB Councillor Northwestern District. On April 11, New Brunswick s MLAs and senior government officials were on hand at the Crowne Plaza Lord Beaverbrook Hotel in Fredericton to meet APEGNB s newly elected Council for APEGNB President, Jean Boudreau, P.Eng., used the opportunity to promote the importance of engineering and science to the economy. In her speech, she cited several examples of how other jurisdictions have put engineering at the heart of their economic development strategies: Mayor Michael Bloomberg s people asked hundreds of New Yorkers one simple question: Put resources to the side; what would have the most dramatic impact on our economic competitiveness? Over and over again, the answer was engineering talent. As a result, New York is creating a world-class applied engineering and science campus in the city centre. Kansas has created its own University Engineering Initiative Act a bold plan to increase the number of state engineering graduates by over 50 percent with strong public financing. 10 MLA for Moncton Crescent, John Betts, thanks APEGNB for hosting the event and President Jean Boudreau, P.Eng., for her eyeopening speech.

11 John Betts, MLA, Moncton Crescent, enjoys a conversation with APEGNB past president (and Northeastern District Councillor), Iris Auclair-Bernard, P.Eng., FEC (Lto R): Mark Bellefleur, P.Eng., APEGNB vice-president; Hon. Bruce Northrup, Minister of Natural Resources (Lto R): Bernard LeBlanc, MLA, Memremcook-Lakeville-Dieppe ; Véronique Haché, P.Eng., APEGNB Councillor Moncton; Curtis Malloch, MLA, Charlotte-Campobello (Lto R): Bev Harrison (left), MLA, Hampton-Kings; Roland Haché, MLA, Nigadoo-Chaleur Ryan Riordan (left), MLA, Nepisiguit and Marc Laforge, P.Eng., APEGNB s Northwestern Councillor To give everyone an idea of how big the demand is for engineering talent, Boudreau quoted the following statistics: The UK will need more than 2.2 million engineers over the next 5 to 10 years India needs 4 million engineers by She then contrasted that information with what s happening at home in New Brunswick: It s difficult to read that UNB s engineering program is struggling with the impact of budget cuts. New Brunswick is the birthplace of engineering education in Canada. We have a proud engineering history. But we want a strong engineering future too. She urged the audience to invest in the future of New Brunswick by investing in the education of engineers and geoscientists. APEGNB president, Jean Boudreau, P.Eng.; past president, Darryl Ford, P.Eng., FEC; Saint John Councillor Holly Young, P.Eng. Brian Macdonald, MLA, Fredericton- Silverwood and Tammy Lamey, P.Eng., APEGNB Councillor Fredericton District The Women of APEGNB Council (Lto R): Véronique Haché, P.Eng., Moncton; Maryse Doucet, P.Eng., Moncton; Tammy Lamey, P.Eng., Fredericton; Stéphanie Doucet-Landry, P.Eng., Northeastern; Iris Auclair-Bernard, P.Eng., FEC, Northeastern; Tanya Horgan, P.Eng./P.Geo., FEC, Geoscientist Rep; Holly Young, P.Eng., Saint John; Jean Boudreau, P.Eng., APEGNB President 11

12 SUBMITTED BY ERIC COOK, P.ENG., EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR/CEO RESEARCH AND PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL RPC CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF SERVICE N ew Brunswick s provincial research organization (PRO) turned 50 this year. Legislation to establish the Research and Productivity Council, widely known as RPC, was assented to on April 13, RPC was created to facilitate the research and productivity needs of business. At the time, there was widespread recognition that industry needed to utilize technology and improve productivity if they were to be competitive. Like many businesses, RPC had modest beginnings, working from 300 square feet of rented office space in a building later demolished to make room for Fredericton s King s Place. With a temporary executive director and one employee, RPC began to address its legislated mandate: To promote, stimulate and expedite continuing improvement in productive efficiency and expertise in the various sectors of the New Brunswick economy. Over the years, RPC has tackled some of the province s most significant challenges and opportunities including: the spruce budworm problem Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station development and maintenance acid rain issue numerous mining and mineral extraction projects the Saint John Frigate program the aquaculture industry s ISAV crisis the Agent Orange investigation the LNG terminal project Those are just a few examples of New Brunswick projects where RPC made significant contributions with research, technology, analysis and investigations. Our past projects read like a history of the provincial economy. While we are pleased to contribute to the high-profile projects, our daily work is with small and emerging companies. From pizza sauce development to generating bio-energy from waste, RPC researchers have helped entrepreneurs and businesses develop products and processes to contribute to their success. In the inaugural annual report, the RPC chairman, the late Dr. Les Shemilt, wrote: The Council will, and must, develop facilities suitable for fulfilling its role. To an increasing extent, it hopes to be a scientific, research 12

13 50 years of service Our past projects read like a history of the provincial economy. and technical service arm for the industry of the Province. This visionary statement is an accurate description of RPC s evolution: RPC s facilities, staff, equipment and certifications have grown to the point where we now serve over 900 clients annually. Our Fredericton facilities on College Hill Road in Fredericton are home to 98 scientists, engineers, technologists and support staff operating from a well-equipped 13,000 square metre facility. In 2010, we opened our Moncton laboratory to better serve our clients in southeastern New Brunswick. While the tools, tactics and technology have changed over the years, RPC s values remain true to our original mandate. We have talented experts who are highly committed to quality, safety and customer service. RPC has expertise in sectors that define the provincial economy including aquaculture, food and beverage, environment, energy, mining, and manufacturing. Our research and technical service capabilities have expanded to respond to, and anticipate, industry needs. In that regard, RPC has specialized in market-led research research that is driven by market needs. Fifty years after RPC s inception, and fuelled by the need for business to be globally competitive, the importance for entrepreneurs to effectively employ technology and applied research has never been greater. Helping business to address the challenges of global competition and shortened product life cycles is RPC s mandate in 2012, as it was in We look forward to continuing our service to our many loyal clients and always welcome new clients. For more information, please visit THEY SAID IT BEST The heart of human excellence often begins to beat when you discover a pursuit that absorbs you, frees you, challenges you, or gives you a sense of meaning, joy or passion. DR. TERRY ORLICK, COACH FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE ATHLETES, EXECUTIVES, ASTRONAUTS, MUSICIANS/ARTISTS Every aspect of modern life depends on engineers and has done since the industrial revolution: technology doesn t make jobs disappear, it creates them. - DR. KATE SUGDEN, PROGRAM DIRECTOR, ASTON UNIVERSITY, BIRMINGHAM, UK Scotland needs to produce more engineers... But it means youngsters at school must be studying science, technology, engineering and maths. - DR. LENA WILSON, CEO, SCOTTISH ENTERPRISE I strongly believe that engineers should be involved in government...many of the top, pressing issues our government faces require technical solutions and would benefit from technical input...engineers speak up and get involved. - NORM AUGUSTINE, RETIRED CEO OF LOCKHEED MARTIN My dream is to become an engineer and build houses for my people because I do not want people to live in tents, as we live here in this refugee camp. - SHAH MIRZA, 11-YEAR-OLD AFGHAN STUDENT, KABUL 13

14 Help Us Preserve New Brunswick s ENGINEERING & GEOSCIENCE HISTORY APEGNB s new cabinets proudly display New Brunswick s engineering and geoscience treasures. Over the years, APEGNB has acquired some fascinating artefacts relating to engineering and geoscience in New Brunswick. Rather than have these treasures gather dust in a back room, Council decided to proudly showcase them in APEGNB s lobby at 183 Hanwell Road. We re now searching for other antique items that represent the history of all engineering disciplines and geoscience activities in the province. It could be a measuring instrument, a rockhounding tool, an advertisement, a map or even a letter. If you have a piece of New Brunswick engineering or geoscience history that you think should be included in our Treasure Cases, please contact Andrew McLeod, FEC (Hon.), CEO of APEGNB. Your should include: a photo of the object a brief explanation of its significance whether the object is being supplied as a loan or a permanent gift to APEGNB. Items selected for display will also showcase the contributor s name. This iconic engineering drawing of the Sackville Covered Bridge, which dates back to 1857, was donated to APEGNB by John Mossman, P.Eng. 14

15 GRAYDON NICHOLAS ABORIGINAL SCHOLARSHIP IN ENGINEERING AWARDED TO UNB STUDENT DADDY WORKS AT THE CLOUD FACTORY. D ear APEGNB members: What do kids think you do for a living? A coworker s son thinks his dad works at the cloud factory. (We grown-ups call it Irving Tissue.) Kent Wiezel, P.Eng., an environmental engineer with Stantec, says his children tell people he works with dumpers and diggers (also known as dump trucks and excavators). Kids remind us of the things that make our jobs as engineers and geoscientists cool. That s why I need your help. I want to feature the imaginative and colourful ways kids use to describe our work in a regular column in Engenuity. This is 6-year-old Julia Wiezel s illustration of her dad s office. Her dad Kent says, It s surprisingly accurate. She even drew the framed hockey pictures on my wall. Danielle Paradis (centre), a chemical engineering student at the University of New Brunswick, is the first woman to receive APEGNB s Graydon Nicholas Aboriginal Scholarship in Engineering. Lt. Gov. Graydon Nicholas (right) and Jean Boudreau, P.Eng., (left), president of Engineers and Geoscientists New Brunswick, presented Ms. Paradis with the $3000 renewable scholarship at a ceremony at Government House in Fredericton. Named in honour of New Brunswick s first aboriginal Lieutenant-Governor, the Graydon Nicholas Aboriginal Scholarship in Engineering was established in 2010 to encourage more New Brunswick students from First Nations to pursue an engineering education. It is available annually to one Aboriginal person in New Brunswick who has been accepted into an engineering program at the University of New Brunswick or Université de Moncton. Administered by APEGNB s Foundation for Education, the Graydon Nicholas Aboriginal Scholarship in Engineering is a renewable scholarship for up to five years based on satisfactory academic performance. It may be used to help offset the costs of tuition, textbooks, transportation and living expenses while attending university. If you (or any members you know) have a good story to share, please it to me with: the APEGNB member s name the child s age and name Any photos and drawings would be appreciated as well. Michelle Paul-Elias, P.Eng. 15

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