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IEEE Canada Awards Banquet
Monday, May 3, 2004
18.30-21.00 Oakes Ballroom

The IEEE Canada Awards Banquet is held in conjunction with the Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering and showcases some of Canada's professional excellence and highlights Canadian talent nationally. This prestigious event will take place on Monday May 3, 2004.

Additional tickets for the banquet can be ordered.

The IEEE is comprised of more than 375,000 members in 150 countries. IEEE Canada has over 16,500 members in twenty Sections across the country.

The following awards will be presented:
  • E.F. Glass Western Canada Council Merit Award
    The E.F. Glass Western Canada Council Merit Award is presented to recognize a member of the Western Canada Council, who through his or her volunteer work and professional abilities, has made an outstanding contribution to the activities of IEEE at the local and Council levels.

  • M.B. Broughton Central Canada Council Merit Award
    The M.B. Broughton Central Canada Council who, through his or her volunteer work and professional abilities, has made an outstanding contribution to the activities of IEEE at the local and Council levels.

  • J.J. Archambault Eastern Canada Council Merit Award
    The Eastern Canada Council Merit Award is presented to recognize a member of the Eastern Canada Council who, through his or her volunteer work and professional abilities, has made an outstanding contribution to the activities of IEEE at the local and Council levels.

  • W.S. Read Outstanding Service Award
    To recognize a member of the Region who, through his/her service for the Region and to the Institute, has made an outstanding contribution to the Electrical Engineering profession.

  • Outstanding Engineering Educator Award
    To recognize a member of the Region who has shared his/her technical and professional abilities through teaching (industry, government or in an institution of higher learning) and in doing so has made an outstanding contribution to the electro-technology profession.

  • Outstanding Engineer Award
    To recognize a member of the Region who, through his/her technical and professional abilities, has made an outstanding contribution to the Electrical Engineering profession.

  • R.A. Fessenden Medal
    For outstanding contribution to the field of telecommunications technology.

  • A.G.L. McNaughton Medal
    IEEE Canada remembers, through the A.G.L. McNaughton Medal, General McNaughton's contributions to the engineering profession in Canada. Recipients of the McNaughton Medal are outstanding Canadian engineers recognized for their important contributions to the engineering profession.


IEEE Canada seeks to achieve the following objectives
  • to recognize professional excellence and advance the standing of our members
  • to represent our profession to governments and the public
  • to express Canadian engineering viewpoints and highlight Canadian talent both nationally and internationally.

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