Languages Canada is Canada's premier language organization representing language programs in both of Canada's official languages: English and French.
5886 - 169A Street
Surrey BC V3S 6Z8
Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology
The Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades and Technology (CCWESTT) is a national coalition of groups that aims to promote and advocate the full participation of women in science, engineering, trades and technology, and celebrate their contribution in these fields. CCWESTT also aims to develop and maintain a resource and support network to facilitate the exchange of information amongst member organizations, and to research and disseminate information on the integration of women in science, engineering, trades and technology at all levels.
Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science, Trades & Technology,
c/o Fletcher Wright Associates Inc.,
6519B Mississauga Road,
Mississauga, ON L5N 1A6
Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES)
The Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES) is a community strengthened and enriched by a nationally diverse engineering student body. The CFES facilitates communication, the sharing of ideas, and the exchange of information between member schools, keeps abreast of the changes taking place in society and affecting engineering students and the engineering profession, and actively promotes and showcases outstanding student achievements. By fulfilling these goals, the CFES is a unified voice for students both nationally and internationally, and assists in ensuring that Canadian engineering students grow and prosper in the 21st century.
Canadian Nuclear Society
The Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS) is dedicated to the exchange of information in the field of applied nuclear science and technology. This encompasses all aspects of nuclear energy, uranium, fission and other nuclear technologies such as occupational and environmental protection, medical diagnosis and treatment, the use of radioisotopes, and food preservation.
Canadian Nuclear Society,
480 University Avenue, Suite 200,
Toronto, ON., M5G 1V2
Construction Technology Centre Atlantic
The Construction Technology Centre Atlantic (CTCA) is a non-profit organization which works to accelerate the practical use of research, knowledge and technology to benefit the Architectural, Engineering and Construction industry of Atlantic Canada. It has long-standing relationships with regional and national research centres and funding agencies. These relationships have been valuable in successfully completing research and development projects for industry partners over the past 17 years.
The University of New Brunswick - Head Hall,
Room H229 (b), PO Box 4400,
Fredericton, NB, E3B 5A3
Division for the Advancement of Women in Engineering and Geoscience (DAWEG)
The Division for the Advancement of Women in Engineering and Geoscience (DAWEG) is a division of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC). Its purpose is to implement programs which promote and encourage women in engineering and geoscience, and which increase and enhance the participation of women in these fields.
DAWEG c/o The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of BC,
200 - 4010 Regent Street,
Burnaby, BC V5C 6N2
Materials and Manufacturing Ontario
Materials and Manufacturing Ontario (MMO), a division of the Ontario Centre of Excellence (OCE) Inc., is committed to making connections between the best university research and the needs of Ontario industry. MMO supports university research in materials and manufacturing, develops partnerships, trains qualified graduate students with an industrial orientation, and transfers knowledge and technology to industry.
Materials and Manufacturing Ontario,
2655 North Sheridan Way, Suite 250,
Mississauga, ON, L5K 2P8
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) is the national instrument for making strategic investments in Canada's capability in science and technology. NSERC supports both basic university research in the natural sciences and engineering through discovery grants and project research through partnerships among universities, governments and the private sector, as well as the advanced training of highly qualified people.
350 Albert Street,
Ottawa, ON, K1A 1H5
Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology
The Society of Canadian Women in Science and Technology is a non-profit, voluntary association established in 1981 to promote, encourage, and empower women working in science and technology.
Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology,
417-535 Hornby Street, Vancouver, BC V6C 2E8
The Partnership Group for Science and Technology (PAGSE)
PAGSE is a cooperative association of more than 20 national organizations in Science and Engineering, representing approximately 50,000 individual members from the industry, academia, and government sectors. It was formed in June 1995 at the invitation of the Academy of Science of the Royal Society of Canada to represent the Canadian science and engineering community to the Government of Canada.
The Partnership Group for Science and Engineering,
283 Sparks Street,
Ottawa, ON K1R 7X9
Western Engineering Students
WESST is an alliance of the eight western engineering schools in Canada and a region of the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students. WESST aims to better student societies through an informal association of information and a sharing of ideas to learn about people and schools involved in WESST.
Visit website for individual school contacts
Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants
OCASI was formed in 1978 to act as a collective voice for immigrant serving agencies and to coordinate responses to shared needs and concerns.
OCASI is a registered charity governed by a volunteer board of directors. Its membership is comprised of more than 170 community-based organizations in the province of Ontario.
The Mission of OCASI is to achieve equality, access and full participation for immigrants and refugees in every aspect of Canadian life.
110 Eglinton Avenue West, Suite 200
Toronto, ON, CANADA, M4R 1A3
Metropolitan Immigrant Settlement Association (MISA)
The Metropolitan Immigrant Settlement Association (MISA) is a community-based organization which welcomes newcomers and recognizes their essential role in Canada. Founded in 1980, MISA is an established and respected agency known for its professionalism and competence in the delivery of services to newcomers.
7105 Chebucto Road, Suite 201
Halifax, NS B3L 4W8
BC Internationally Trained Professionals Network (BCITP Net)
The BC Internationally Trained Professionals Network (BCITP Net) is a partnership of internationally trained professionals from around the province, working cooperatively, to improve access to meaningful employment for all immigrant professionals in BC. Our primary focus is to empower internationally trained professionals (ITPs) to enter into constructive dialogue with stakeholders and to act on self identified goals.
Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC)
The Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council is a multi-stakeholder council that is working to improve access to employment for immigrants in the Toronto region, so they are better able to use the skills, education and experience they bring with them to Canada.
The Maytree Foundation,
170 Bloor Street West, Suite 804,
Toronto ON M5S 1T9
LASI World Skills
LASI World Skills is a recognized leader in responding to the needs of the local labour market while promoting the skills and talents of New Canadians. Our vision is to build a welcoming community that meets its full potential. We are a not-for-profit organization that offers assistance to more than 2500 immigrants every year through a variety of programs and services, including job search workshops, a resource centre, and sector-specific support for internationally trained professionals and trades people.
LASI World Skills,
201-219 Argyle Ave.,
Ottawa, ON CANADA K2P 1H4
National Visible Minority Council on Labour Force Development (NVMCLFD)
The mission of the National Visible Minority Council on Labour Force Development (NVMCLFD) is the empowerment of the communities it represents. This mission is accomplished through advocacy for increased participation of visible minorities in the Canadian Labour Market. To that end, the Council facilitates communication between the Council, its members and other stakeholders in the Canadian Labour Market on issues and concerns related to equity and access.
National Visible Minority Council on Labour Force Development,
422-396 Cooper Street,
Ottawa, ON, Canada K2P 2H7