Five portraits photos of diverse engineers

Every day, engineers are building a better future for us all. 

However, through extensive research with opinion leaders, parents, students, and employers, we learned that Canadians aren’t aware of the full breadth of what engineers do. We wanted to shine a light on all the important ways engineers are making a difference across a variety of fields. ‘Building Tomorrows’ features engineering ingenuity across every touchpoint in our lives. 

This campaign showcases the impacts and how engineers make each of our lives better. It highlights everything from mechanical engineers creating new prosthetics that help children gain their independence, to environmental engineers finding new ways to harness renewable energy. It celebrates exactly what engineers today are truly building: a better world for all of us. 

To learn more about the different ways engineers 
are Building Tomorrows, read the case studies

Protecting our tomorrows

In Canada, engineering is a licensed profession. Those who earn and maintain the P.Eng. designation and use the title of engineer adhere to the highest technical, professional, and ethical standards. And they do work that makes a difference in society. Engineers are recognized by employers, peers, and society alike for their character, ethics, and quality of work. To learn more about how engineering protects the public, visit any of Canada’s provincial or territorial engineering regulators.