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Licence Presentation Ceremony (LPC)  - Spring 2016

Group Picture of Certificate Recipients

LPC

 

Top row (L>R)

Adrian Toliver Bishop, P.Eng.;  Alois Canals Amoros, P.Eng.;  Andrew Matthew Bernard, P.Eng.; Apurva Paulraj, P.Eng.; Bruno Monteiro Lopes, P.Eng.; Cheng Lin, P.Eng.; Chenyuan Gao, P.Eng.; Christopher Chahine, P.Eng.; Farhan Sultan, P.Eng.; Gersan Dominic D'Souza, P.Eng.; Gloria Isabel Llanos, P.Eng.; Hashmatullah Rahin, P.Eng.

Mid row (L>R)

Ishrat Shahjahan, P.Eng.; Jing Sun, P.Eng.; Jonathan Kar Lai Ng, P.Eng.; Laura Bo Sim Wong, P.Eng.; Long Ju, P.Eng.; Mohammed Arshad Ali, P.Eng.; Muhammad Ashher Shamsi, P.Eng.; Muhammad Waseem, P.Eng.; Ovidio Enrique Robledo Arenas, P.Eng.; Peng Yu, P.Eng.; Pratheepan Suthaharan, P.Eng.; Rakulan Gnanavel, P.Eng.; Samuel Prabhakar Jacob, P.Eng.; Shengchun Bi, P.Eng.; Simon Sai-Ming Lam, P.Eng.

Seated (L>R)

Sonjuhi Kumar, P.Eng.; Tasfia Zabeen Preeti, P.Eng.; Tedros Sahle, P.Eng.; Tiekui Yan, P.Eng.; Timothy Bilic, P.Eng.; Tong Hui Yan, P.Eng.; Vijay Gohil, P.Eng.; Vishma Lisa Singh, P.Eng.; Xi Li, P.Eng.; Xuefeng Ma, P.Eng.; Zhi Jiang Li, P.Eng.;Zhi Jun Zhang, P.Eng.

 

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The Spring LPC for the newly licensed Engineers is scheduled for Friday, May 06, 2016, at 5:30 pm. Certificate Recipients, who accepted our invitation are cordially invited to attend this event at which time they will be presented with a framed Certificate.

Reservations must be made by April 27, 2016. In the event you are unable to attend this ceremony, please contact us at cpc@peoscarborough.ca  immediately. Then, your certificate will be returned to the PEO where it will be mailed unframed to you.


Event Information

Time and Date 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
May 06, 2016 (Friday)
Place The Brighton Convention & Event Centre                            
2155 McNicoll Avenue, Toronto, ON M1V 5P1

Tel: (416) 299-0077,
URL: http://brightonevents.ca/ 
Registration TBD

  


Tentative Agenda

Event Time
Registration and Networking 5:30 PM
Welcome and Introduction of Chapter Guests 7:00 PM
Chair’s Message 7:10 PM
Dinner 7:30 PM
Keynote Speech 8:30 PM
Guest of Honour Message 8:50 PM
Certificate Presentation 9:00 PM
Introduction of Board Members and Volunteers 9:40 PM
Closing remarks 9:45 PM
Licensees Photograph 10:00 PM
Meet your colleagues & Scarborough Chapter Board 10:10 PM


2016 Spring Certificate  Recipients

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Name

01

Adrian Toliver Bishop

02

Alois Canals Amoros

03

Andrew Matthew Bernard

04

Apurva Paulraj

05

Babak Fotoohi

06

Bruno Monteiro Lopes

07

Carol Wing Ka Kong

08

Cheng Lin

09

Chenyuan Gao

10

Christopher Chahine

11

Eric Patrick Kim

12

Farhan Sultan

13

George James Mano Missios

14

Gersan Dominic D'Souza

15

Gloria Isabel Llanos

16

Hashmatullah Rahin

17

Ishrat Shahjahan

18

Jing Sun

19

Jing Zhao

20

Jonathan Kar Lai Ng

21

Junqian Huang

22

Laura Bo Sim Wong

23

Long Ju

24

Mansoor Ahmed Ali

25

Md Alauddin

26

Md Amran Durrani

27

Min Zhang

28

Mohammad Ibrahim Khalil

29

Mohammad Zahidul Islam Khan

30

Mohammed Arshad Ali

31

Mohit Milan Bhatnagar

32

Muhammad Waseem

33

Ovidio Enrique Robledo Arenas

34

Peng Yu

35

Pratheepan Suthaharan

36

Rakulan Gnanavel

37

Renee Nin Wah Fung

38

Samuel Prabhakar Jacob

39

Sandy Chow

40

Shengchun Bi

41

Simon Sai-Ming Lam

42

Sonjuhi Kumar

43

Tasfia Zabeen Preeti

44

Tedros Sahle

45

Tiekui Yan

46

Timothy Bilic

47

Tong Hui Yan

48

Vijay Gohil

49

Vishma Lisa Singh

50

Xi Li

51

Xuefeng Ma

52

Zeeshan Burhani

53

Zhi Jiang Li

54

Zhi Jun Zhang

55

Zoe Leong



Keynote Speech

TOPIC: Engineer’s Role in Climate Change Adaptation
 
SPEAKER: Ranee Mahalingam, M.Eng., P.Eng., O.M.C., FEC

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Ranee Mahalingam is a Civil EnvironmentalRM Engineer, having over 46 years of experience both in Ontario and overseas. She worked for the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) for 25 years, held several progressive positions and retired in 2013 as Water and Wastewater Engineering Specialist. Before joining the ministry, she worked for an environmental consulting firm in Whitby, Ontario.  

Ranee devotes her free time in volunteering at professional, community organizations and serves in many committees including Experience Review Committee, Environmental Task Force, PEO Scarborough Chapter etc. In recognition of her contributions, received several awards including Order of Honors in 2012 by PEO, Volunteer Service Awards from Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration, The “Good Citizen Medal” (O.M.C) from Lieutenant Governor David Onley in 2009, Citizenship Award from PEO and OSPE in 2008.  

Ranee initiated and developed a new program called “Clean Air Ambassadors” (CAA) for a nonprofit organization called Senior Tamil’s Centre of Ontario and received a three-year funding from Ontario Trillium Foundation.  Currently, Ranee is leading the CAA program and educating the community at large about global warming, its impact and simple ways of changing lifestyles that can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and global warming. In recognition of her initiative, she has been given “Leading Women Build Community” award by the Province of Ontario, recently.

SYNOPSIS: At the November 2015 United Nations summit held in Paris, 195 countries including Canada, reached a sweeping deal that aims to limit global warming to 2 degrees C above preindustrial levels, with an aspirational goal of 1.5 degrees, and to achieve net zero emissions by the second half of the century. Six months prior to this, in May, the Federal Government unveiled a goal for Canada that called for greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions to drop 30 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030. Now, discussions are underway, whether this target should be advanced to 2025, in order to comply with the Paris agreement.

In February of this year, the Province of Ontario introduced Bill 172, Climate Change Mitigation and Low-Carbon Economy Act 2016 at Queens Park. The legislation sets GHG emission targets and, once it becomes a law, the Province would enforce on those who are responsible for not keeping to their promised limit on GHG emissions.  

Human induced Climate change (from activities contributing to GHG emissions to the atmosphere) is real, big, complex, and impacts are being experienced around the globe (through unusual gusty winds, floods, drought, infectious disease etc.). The time has come to find ways and means to adapt to the changes made to the planet by the climate change.  There will be a lot of opportunity for engineers to develop innovative technologies, advance on state-of-the-art approaches, that can help reduce GHG emissions and find solutions to adapt to the changes but, we cannot afford to wait.

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