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APEGS Council

APEGS is the self-governing organization responsible to the people of Saskatchewan for licensing engineers and geoscientists in the province, and for regulating the practice of these professions in the public interest. Council is the governing body of APEGS and is accountable for administering the affairs of the Association and the requirements of The Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act. Council also brings proposals to the government to ensure that the public interest remains protected as the practice of engineering and geoscience change. The majority of Council members are elected by the members of APEGS and includes two public appointees. All members of APEGS Council must adhere to the Council Code of Conduct.

Council meets five or six times a year to govern the affairs and business of the Association.

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Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan
Regulating the professions. Protecting the public.