This category deals with licensed Canadian architects, architectural practices and businesses licensed to practise the profession of structural architecture in Canada.

Landscape, marine and naval architecture are considered separate professions and are not listed here, unless the practitioner is also a licensed structural architect.

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Aerospace Industries Association of Canada
Canadian aerospace industry facts and figures, Canadian aerospace capability guide, 1998/99 aerospace survey, and careers guide.
Canada Consulting Engineers
Promotes and safeguards the business and professional interests of the Canadian consulting engineering industry in Canada and abroad. Member companies offer engineering services world wide.
Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE)
A non-profit organization established in 1987 to serve the nation in matters of engineering concern.
Canadian Dam Association
Goal is to advance the implementation of practices to ensure the safe operation of dams in Canada. Contains newsletters, links, membership and contact information.
Canadian Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The journal is issued quarterly and publishes refereed scientific papers on matters of concern to the professions. Overview, subscriptions, submissions, past issues and contact details.
Canadian Society for Engineering Management
Represents the interests and promotes professional development of engineers in management to advance management of commerce, industry and public affairs.
The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering
Professional development through an extensive program of meetings on subjects of technical, social, and business interest.
Canadian Society of Professional Engineers (CSPE)
An organization for provincial and territorial advocacy and member services societies of Canada's professional engineers. A non-profit, federally-registered corporation.
CSCE - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
Information about the organization, its events and publications, and professional development opportunities.
Engineering Institute of Canada
A federation of engineering societies that sponsors education standards, recognizes individual engineers and records engineering history. Overview, members, professional development and general information.
Engineers Canada
Regulates the practice of engineering in Canada. Provides information on their national programs, guidelines, policies, services and initiatives.

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