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ACEC's Budget 2019 Update
On March 19, Finance Minister Bill Morneau rose in the House of Commons to present the federal government’s budget for 2019. As the government positions itself for the fall election, this budget continues their plan to invest in the middle class through programs primarily focused on affordable housing, skills training, and implementing national pharmacare. While the government reaffirmed its previous infrastructure commitments and local infrastructure and First Nations communities will receive new funding, there was no new spending or “big-ticket items” related to sectors such as natural resources or infrastructure.
 
 
April Source newsletter
For the latest ACEC and industry news, check out the most recent issue of our newsletter Source.
 
 
Now available! ACEC publishes Conflict of Interest Guidelines
To help manage and mitigate conflict and unfair advantage situations, ACEC has adopted a national guideline based upon a very useful guideline on conflict of interest produced by Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO) in 2015 that anticipated theses very scenarios.
 
 
Major QBS breakthrough for ACEC, its members and partners
An important consultation is being conducted in preparation of a trial use of Qualifications Based Selection (QBS) for the procurement of engineers and architects by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC).
 
 
Sustainable development for Canadian consulting engineers
Learn more about the critical role of consulting engineers in achieving Canada's sustainability objectives with the launch of a web-based version of Sustainable Development for Canadian Consulting Engineers - now updated with a new preface.
 
 
Join ACEC's Parliamentary Partners program
ACEC is pleased to invite any member interested in advocating on behalf of the industry to join our grassroots efforts and register as an official Parliamentary Partner. 
 
 
ACEC-BC launches online QBS resource
ACEC-BC has developed an exciting new online resource to help municipalities and other owners implement effective procurement practices. Supported in part by ACEC-Canada, the website www.yes2qbs.com brings together QBS-related information in one convenient location and includes guides, templates and studies that offer detailed explanation of Qualifications Based Selection. 
 
 
 
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