The PEGG February 2001
Please check the February PEGG on the specified pages for more information on the items listed, or link to the stories where indicated.
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APEGGA's Annual General Conference heads Beyond the Frontier. For more information and to register for the 2001 Annual General Conference please check out our website at www.apega.ca/summit/index.htm
Christmas receptions draw crowds.
Let's hear it for APEGGA's dedicated staff.
Readers' Forum / 4
Lots of projects pulled from the Hat.
Entrepreneurialism in the Classroom / 7
Junior Achievement turns to APEGGA for volunteers.
The Long Line / 8
Scotsford Upgrader is hundreds of kilometres from it's life source.
For the benefit of members who are looking for a place to start exploring the field, the Environment Committee has identified a list of websites.
Small Firm, Big Pipeline / 10
Singleton Associated Engineering plays major role in Alliance Pipeline.
Mary Ann Byrd: Variety and Challenge Key to a Fulfilling Career
Rat Hole Begone / 12
Congress at McGill University Attracts 200-plus Engineering Student Reps
RRSP Season / 15
Even professionals need to maximize their RRSP contributions.
Getting Credit / 16
Federal R&D credit program seeks participation.
In the News / 17
Registration / 18
Cast in Concrete / 20
The Bonhert family of Lethbridge makes an international mark.
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