Commitment to Community
APEGBC seeks to provide its members with information and resources to address sustainability and climate change considerations.
APEGBC has undertaken several initiatives to explore the impact of climate change on professional engineering and geoscience practice.
Engineers Without Borders Canada
Engineers Without Borders harnesses the problem-solving approach and creativity of the Canadian engineering community to address the root causes of poverty in rural Africa.
Gender Diverse Workplaces
There is great value in having a gender diverse workplace, both for the growth of the engineering and geoscience professions, and for the retention of those already in these professions.
National Engineering and Geoscience Month (NEGM)
National Engineering and Geoscience Month(NEGM)is an annual celebration of engineering and geoscience across Canada.
Scholarships and Assistance
The APEG Foundation provides student scholarships and the APEGBC Benevolent Fund supports members facing financial challenges.
School Seismic Upgrade Program
The Ministry of Education, with support from APEGBC and the University of British Columbia's Civil Engineering Department, develops and manages the seismic upgrade program for BC schools.
Since the early 1990s, APEGBC has consistently supported and encouraged its members to adapt sustainable principles within the practice of professional engineering and geoscience.
APEGBC members volunteer their time and services to support the work done by committees, task forces, branches and divisions.