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Annual Meeting and Professional Development Conference


The Engineering and Geoscience Professions Regulatory Bylaws, 1997 requires that the APEGS annual meeting be held in the first six months of each year. The annual meeting of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan takes place each year on the first Saturday in May alternating between Regina and Saskatoon. In addition, the association offers professional development and networking opportunities beginning with a welcome event on Thursday evening and ending with a banquet for the recipients of the APEGS awards on Saturday evening.


Annual Meeting 2019


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions around gattherings, APEGS Council, at its April 3, 2020 meeting, passed an amendment to the Administrative Bylaw to postpone the 90th Annual Meeting for 2019 scheduled for May 2, 2020 in the usual in-person format.

The annual meeting for 2019 was held as a virtual meeting on Friday, September 18, 2020. 

Below are videos that were produced for the proceedings in lieu of the usual conference and awards banquet that also occur during the weekend of the annual meeting.


APEGS' 90th Annual Meeting and Conference - 2019 Year in Review




Awards Videos


APEGS 2020 Brian Eckel Distinguished Service Award - Dennis Paddock, P.Eng., FEC, FGC (Hon.)



APEGS 2020 Outstanding Achievement Award - Jim Christopher, P.Geo.



APEGS 2020 McCannel Award - Matthew Dunn, P.Eng.



APEGS 2020 Exceptional Engineering/Geoscience Project Award - Harpreet Panesar, M.Sc., P.Eng.



APEGS 2020 Environmental Excellence Award - Michael Nemeth, P.Eng., Leed AP



APEGS 2020 Promising Member Award - Kai Li, P.Eng.



APEGS 2020 Friend of the Professions Award - Megan Moore




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