Governance Continuum

APEGS’ governance structure continues to evolve. APEGS has realigned governing committees to minimize redundancy in decisions, better manage the flow and timing of information, and improve transparency between the council and the committees. Click here for more information.


APEGS is governed by a council of elected members and two public appointees who are appointed according to The Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act by a Lieutenant Governor Order in Council, upon recommendation of the minister responsible for the Act. The public appointees are full members of APEGS’ council with voice and vote equal to the elected members of council. All members of council must adhere to the Council Code of Conduct.

Council sets the strategy, ensures that the strategy is delivered, and governs APEGS in accordance with The Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act. To be accountable to the public, council also brings proposals to the government to ensure that the public interest remains protected as the practices of engineering and geoscience change. The role of the public appointees is to represent the public in the self-regulation of the professions of engineering and geoscience by bringing an external viewpoint and transparency to the governance and regulation of the professions. The act requires that one of the public appointees sits on the Investigation Committee and the other on the Discipline Committee.

Meetings & Decisions

Council meets five or six times a year to govern the affairs and business of APEGS. The Executive Committee has been established to direct APEGS on urgent matters between Council meetings.

Record of Decisions

Record of Decisions June 2024
Record of Decisions March 2024
Record of Decisions November 2023
Record of Decisions September 2023
Record of Decisions June 2023
Record of Decisions March 2023


Interested in reading older notes from council? Visit our archives page to find notes dating back to 2017.