The CSME is a constituent society of the Engineering Institute of Canada. As such, its regular members automatically qualify for EIC awards consideration. The EIC annually runs an awards nomination process that is similar to CSME's: nominations must be submitted by peers (not self) with the endorsement of supporters. The deadline for EIC nominations is 15 November for awards to be presented at the subsequent year's Gala.
Call for Nominations – 2024 EIC Awards
The Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) is currently accepting nominations for its 2024 senior awards and EIC fellowship inductees. The deadline for nominations is midnight, 15 November 2023 for awards to be remitted at the EIC Gala event on 20 April 2024. The senior awards of the EIC are the highest distinctions made by the Institute and are awarded to deserving members of its technical societies, including the CSME:
SIR JOHN KENNEDY MEDAL for outstanding services rendered to the engineering profession, or of noteworthy contributions to the science of engineering, or to the benefit of the Institute.
JULIAN C. SMITH MEDAL for achievement in the development of Canada.
K.Y. LO MEDAL for significant engineering contributions at the international level.
JOHN B. STIRLING MEDAL for leadership and distinguished service at the national level within the Institute and/or its Constituent Societies.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ENGINEERING MEDAL for many years of leadership and service by members of the Societies within the Institute at the regional, branch and section levels.
EIC FELLOWS are inducted for excellence in engineering and services to the profession and to society.
Nomination rules and form can be found on EIC’s website: https://eic-ici.ca/honours_awards/
About the EIC …
Founded by Royal Charter in Montreal in 1887 as the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers with the mandate to disseminate technical information and experience, the society was renamed by Parliament in April 1918 as the Engineering Institute of Canada. In its first century, the EIC functioned as a learned society with members from various engineering disciplines. It is now a federation of twelve technical societies representing the main engineering disciplines and whose mandates remain the dissemination of technical knowledge and experience and the maintenance of high standards for engineering practice in Canada.