February 1, 2022 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

After a two-year hiatus, the MCAC Annual National Conference starts back up Sept. 28 to Oct. 1, 2022.

For years, Pier 21 in Halifax, N.S. brought people together from all over the world as an entry point to Canada. In September 2022, this iconic Canadian landmark will once again serve as a welcoming point as MCA Canada prepares to hold its first Annual National Conference since Nashville in 2019.

"Stating it bluntly, it has been far too long since we have all been together,” said Tania Johnston, MCA Canada’s Chief Executive Officer. "As a national association representing 1,000 members across the country, this annual event is one of the best ways for us to connect with members, network, and discuss important industry issues. We are so excited to have this event on the calendar once again, and we can’t wait to see everyone in Halifax.”

Conference registration is expected to open on April 1, 2022, and will be available at

Member Update

It's back!

This year's CMPX show is booked for March 23 to 25 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

More than 500 exhibitors will be on hand, representing all the products, innovations, applications and information that define the mechanicals industry today.

Attending CMPX 2022 is a fast, affordable, convenient and effective way to connect with all the latest technologies, build your network of resources and your industry relationships to help move your career ahead.

Register today at and use code MCAC22.

 2021 Dan Kirkpatrick Scholarship Recipient

I'm a second-year Electrical Engineering student at Memorial University of Newfoundland and I'm currently completing my second work term at eSonar, a marine technology company. I hope to one day work in high-tech or the renewable energy industry.

I'm also very passionate about promoting diversity and equitable opportunities in STEM fields, which has led me to volunteer with the Robogals MUN Chapter. In this role, i create and facilitate STEM-related workshops for K-12 students, which has proven to be a very rewarding experience. Being able to encourage and inspire the next generation to pursue their goals is something I hope to continue to do throughout my education and career.

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