Upcoming Events & Announcements

Following list provides upcoming events organised and/or promoted by the Saskatoon Engineering Society (SES) for its members.

Events for the 2023/24 Year

Sunday, Nov. 26, 2023,  10:30 AM—3:00PM — Organised by Bangladeshi Professional Engineers—Seminar on Building Codes Analysis

This in person event on the National Building Code of Canada (NBC 2020) is an in-person event. For more information, see the poster below or call +1-306-716-7611

Building Code Seminar Poster 1

Building Code Seminar Poster 2

Tuesday, December 5, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM —SES Lecture—AI, Ethics, and Intellectual Property Rights: A Guided Tour for Engineers

Photo of Will Buschert
In hist talk, Dr Buschert will be looking specifically the question of whether an AI can be the kind of thing that can be (or should be) the bearer of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs), such as copyrights or patents.

Our existing moral justifications for IPRs assume that the rights-holder is human. Can a non-human entity claim IPRs? Determining this requires requires clear about what we mean by these things and why, perhaps, we need to re-evaluate how IPRs are justified in the first place.

This is an in-person event at Room 2C88 Engineering Building, 57 Campus Dr, Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A9

  • 6:30 PM—Networking with Tea & Coffee
  • 7:00 PM—Lecture


This lecture is designed to satisfy the Ethics Requirement in your APEGS Continual Professional Development for 2023. Upon request, a certificate will be provided.

This lecture is designed to quality for one CPD Credit for Formal Activity.

For more information, and to register for this event, go to https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ses-lectureengineering-ethics-tickets-742612151937

Past Events


For a listing of past events see https://saskatoonengineers.com/ses-d8/web/past_events


  • Mentoring Service: SES Mentoring Service is available this year to help those who need support and guidance from a Mentor. This may be related to your licensing application, job, carrier development or anything related to your professional life. You can contact the President (president@saskatoonengineers.com) at anytime regarding mentoring services.

  • Volunteers: SES is looking for volunteers to work with Executive Team or Sub-Committees for the execution of this year's work program to bring more values to our members and enhance their experience with SES. For further details, contact the President (president@saskatoonengineers.com).
  • Professional Development Funds: SES is accepting applications for Professional Development Funds throughout its fiscal year. Please visit SES Funding Page for more details. The completed applications can be forwarded to the SES President (president@saskatoonengineers.com).