In Prince Edward Island and across Canada, as well as globally, several major decisions regarding closures and operational reductions of schools, universities, government, retail and travel, illustrate the urgency of the COVID-19 threat to public health. With increasing measures at the Provincial and Federal level to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 (“flatten the curve”) Engineers PEI has assessed operations and identified several measures that can reduce risk to internal and external stakeholders by decreasing the number of interactions where inadvertent spread could occur.


Until further notice:

1. The Engineers PEI office will be closed to visitors (members, volunteers, the public). The phone number will direct callers to send emails to Kim Levesque at  Any critical business activities with visitors during this period will be executed through email or virtual meetings (teleconference or videoconference).

2. The office will still be open for Kim and Jim who can be reached by email.

3. All planned activities have been postponed or cancelled until further notice (e.g. networking or social events, professional development and non-critical committee meetings).


Engineers PEI intends to adjust and update our action plan as needed to suit the current government and health care professional recommendations to reduce the spread and threat of COVID-19.


Donate to the Engineers PEI Endowment Fund!

At its 2014 Annual General Meeting, Engineers PEI Members approved the creation of the Engineers PEI Endowment Fund at UPEI.  To keep this fund sustainable, we need your support!

If you would like to support engineering students at UPEI by contributing to the Engineers PEI Endowment Fund, click on the PayPal link below.  Once you get to the PayPal page, enter the amount you would like to donate and complete the form.  You will receive a receipt from PayPal, as well as a tax receipt, directly from the University of Prince Edward Island.

If you would prefer to be set up on automatic withdrawals, please email Kim at and she can contact the University for you!


News Updates

Thursday, November 26, 2020

Nalcor Energy (Nalcor), a provincial Crown corporation that was established in 2007, is seeking a Chief Executive Officer.  This individual will be responsible for the overall direction, financial performance, and control of the regulated and unregulated business activities of Nalcor and its affiliated companies.

For more information and to apply, click on the PDF below.

Friday, November 20, 2020