Professional Associations

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E: adminassist@cab-bc.org
T: 250.383.3306
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EGBC is charged with protecting the public interest by setting and maintaining high academic, experience, and professional practice standards for over 37,000 registrants. Individuals licensed by Engineers and Geoscientists BC are the only persons permitted by law to undertake and assume responsibility for engineering and geoscience projects in BC.
EGBC is a not-for-profit organization governed by a council of elected members, licensees, and government appointees. Council is accountable to the public through the Ministry of the Attorney General, under the Office of the Superintendent of Professional Governance, for the organization’s governance and management.
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E: info@egbc.ca
T: 604.430.8035
Toll Free: 1.
888.430.8035
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ASTTBC is a regulatory organization that serves to maintain, improve and increase the knowledge, ability and competence of technologists and technicians; to regulate the standards of training and practice of, and for, its registrants, and to protect the interests of the public.
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E: info@asttbc.org
T: 604.585.2788
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Since 1964, the BCSLA has been the regulatory body for landscape architecture in BC under the Architects (Landscape) Act. The BCSLA is dedicated to upholding public health, safety and welfare as it relates to the professional practice of landscape architecture. BCSLA members are leaders in the planning, design, development, preservation, protection, restoration, reclamation, rehabilitation, enhancement and management of both natural and built environments in education and public and private practice.
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E: adminassist@bcsla.org
T: 604.682.5610
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The Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC) is the professional association of planners in British Columbia and the Yukon and has been dedicated to the advancement of the planning profession for more than 60 years. PIBC is the westernmost affiliate of the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) – the national association. The Institute was incorporated in 1958 under the Society Act of British Columbia with just eight founding members. There are currently close to 1,600 members. Professional planners use their knowledge, skills and experience to help shape more livable, sustainable communities and environments. PIBC members are forward thinking individuals who work in both the public and private sectors, in many different fields of planning – including land-use and development, municipal and regional planning, resource and environmental management, policy planning and law, heritage conservation, transportation planning, economic development, urban design, and more.
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E: info@pibc.bc.ca
T: 604.6965031
Toll Free: 1.866.696.5031

Climate Services

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The Climate Risk Institute (CRI) is a non-profit, academically affiliated organization focused on advancing practice and delivering services related to climate change risk assessment, adaptation planning, policy evaluation and resiliency.
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Since 1964, the BCSLA has been the regulatory body for landscape architecture in BC under the Architects (Landscape) Act. The BCSLA is dedicated to upholding public health, safety and welfare as it relates to the professional practice of landscape architecture. BCSLA members are leaders in the planning, design, development, preservation, protection, restoration, reclamation, rehabilitation, enhancement and management of both natural and built environments in education and public and private practice.
Contact
E: adminassist@bcsla.org
T: 604.682.5610
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The Planning Institute of British Columbia (PIBC) is the professional association of planners in British Columbia and the Yukon and has been dedicated to the advancement of the planning profession for more than 60 years. PIBC is the westernmost affiliate of the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) – the national association. The Institute was incorporated in 1958 under the Society Act of British Columbia with just eight founding members. There are currently close to 1,600 members. Professional planners use their knowledge, skills and experience to help shape more livable, sustainable communities and environments. PIBC members are forward thinking individuals who work in both the public and private sectors, in many different fields of planning – including land-use and development, municipal and regional planning, resource and environmental management, policy planning and law, heritage conservation, transportation planning, economic development, urban design, and more.
Contact
E: info@pibc.bc.ca
T: 604.6965031
Toll Free: 1.866.696.5031
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BCIA has 1400+ practicing agrologists, who are professionals in areas such as agriculture, food production, environment and resource management.
BCIA is the provincial organization authorized under the Agrologists Act, a British Columbia statute, to govern the professional conduct of its registrants, in support of the public interest.
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T: 250.380.9292
BC Toll Free: 1-877-855-9291
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Members of the College of Applied Biology are professionals who meet high standards for entry into the College and the right to the designation, RPBio, Registered Professional Biologist, RBTech, Registered Biology Technologist, RBTech or ABT, Applied Biology Technician. They are the practitioners who take the theoretical knowledge of biology and apply it in a wide variety of fields to help us manage and protect our natural resources to the benefit of the public.
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E: adminassist@cab-bc.org
T: 250.383.3306
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EGBC is charged with protecting the public interest by setting and maintaining high academic, experience, and professional practice standards for over 37,000 registrants. Individuals licensed by Engineers and Geoscientists BC are the only persons permitted by law to undertake and assume responsibility for engineering and geoscience projects in BC.
EGBC is a not-for-profit organization governed by a council of elected members, licensees, and government appointees. Council is accountable to the public through the Ministry of the Attorney General, under the Office of the Superintendent of Professional Governance, for the organization’s governance and management.
Contact
E: info@egbc.ca
T: 604.430.8035
Toll Free: 1.
888.430.8035
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BCIA has 1400+ practicing agrologists, who are professionals in areas such as agriculture, food production, environment and resource management.
BCIA is the provincial organization authorized under the Agrologists Act, a British Columbia statute, to govern the professional conduct of its registrants, in support of the public interest.
Contact
T: 250.380.9292
BC Toll Free: 1-877-855-9291
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Members of the College of Applied Biology are professionals who meet high standards for entry into the College and the right to the designation, RPBio, Registered Professional Biologist, RBTech, Registered Biology Technologist, RBTech or ABT, Applied Biology Technician. They are the practitioners who take the theoretical knowledge of biology and apply it in a wide variety of fields to help us manage and protect our natural resources to the benefit of the public.
Contact
E: adminassist@cab-bc.org
T: 250.383.3306
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EGBC is charged with protecting the public interest by setting and maintaining high academic, experience, and professional practice standards for over 37,000 registrants. Individuals licensed by Engineers and Geoscientists BC are the only persons permitted by law to undertake and assume responsibility for engineering and geoscience projects in BC.
EGBC is a not-for-profit organization governed by a council of elected members, licensees, and government appointees. Council is accountable to the public through the Ministry of the Attorney General, under the Office of the Superintendent of Professional Governance, for the organization’s governance and management.
Contact
E: info@egbc.ca
T: 604.430.8035
Toll Free: 1.
888.430.8035
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BCIA has 1400+ practicing agrologists, who are professionals in areas such as agriculture, food production, environment and resource management.
BCIA is the provincial organization authorized under the Agrologists Act, a British Columbia statute, to govern the professional conduct of its registrants, in support of the public interest.
Contact
T: 250.380.9292
BC Toll Free: 1-877-855-9291
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Members of the College of Applied Biology are professionals who meet high standards for entry into the College and the right to the designation, RPBio, Registered Professional Biologist, RBTech, Registered Biology Technologist, RBTech or ABT, Applied Biology Technician. They are the practitioners who take the theoretical knowledge of biology and apply it in a wide variety of fields to help us manage and protect our natural resources to the benefit of the public.
Contact
E: adminassist@cab-bc.org
T: 250.383.3306
Learn More
EGBC is charged with protecting the public interest by setting and maintaining high academic, experience, and professional practice standards for over 37,000 registrants. Individuals licensed by Engineers and Geoscientists BC are the only persons permitted by law to undertake and assume responsibility for engineering and geoscience projects in BC.
EGBC is a not-for-profit organization governed by a council of elected members, licensees, and government appointees. Council is accountable to the public through the Ministry of the Attorney General, under the Office of the Superintendent of Professional Governance, for the organization’s governance and management.
Contact
E: info@egbc.ca
T: 604.430.8035
Toll Free: 1.
888.430.8035

Youth Lead Organizations

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BCIA has 1400+ practicing agrologists, who are professionals in areas such as agriculture, food production, environment and resource management.
BCIA is the provincial organization authorized under the Agrologists Act, a British Columbia statute, to govern the professional conduct of its registrants, in support of the public interest.
Contact
T: 250.380.9292
BC Toll Free: 1-877-855-9291
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Members of the College of Applied Biology are professionals who meet high standards for entry into the College and the right to the designation, RPBio, Registered Professional Biologist, RBTech, Registered Biology Technologist, RBTech or ABT, Applied Biology Technician. They are the practitioners who take the theoretical knowledge of biology and apply it in a wide variety of fields to help us manage and protect our natural resources to the benefit of the public.
Contact
E: adminassist@cab-bc.org
T: 250.383.3306

Not-for-Profits/NGOs

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BCIA has 1400+ practicing agrologists, who are professionals in areas such as agriculture, food production, environment and resource management.
BCIA is the provincial organization authorized under the Agrologists Act, a British Columbia statute, to govern the professional conduct of its registrants, in support of the public interest.
Contact
T: 250.380.9292
BC Toll Free: 1-877-855-9291
Learn More
Members of the College of Applied Biology are professionals who meet high standards for entry into the College and the right to the designation, RPBio, Registered Professional Biologist, RBTech, Registered Biology Technologist, RBTech or ABT, Applied Biology Technician. They are the practitioners who take the theoretical knowledge of biology and apply it in a wide variety of fields to help us manage and protect our natural resources to the benefit of the public.
Contact
E: adminassist@cab-bc.org
T: 250.383.3306
Learn More
EGBC is charged with protecting the public interest by setting and maintaining high academic, experience, and professional practice standards for over 37,000 registrants. Individuals licensed by Engineers and Geoscientists BC are the only persons permitted by law to undertake and assume responsibility for engineering and geoscience projects in BC.
EGBC is a not-for-profit organization governed by a council of elected members, licensees, and government appointees. Council is accountable to the public through the Ministry of the Attorney General, under the Office of the Superintendent of Professional Governance, for the organization’s governance and management.
Contact
E: info@egbc.ca
T: 604.430.8035
Toll Free: 1.
888.430.8035
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BC Toll Free: 1-877-855-9291

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