Annual Picnic on August 21, 2016 - Ontario Chapter


Dear Members,

The Canadian Network of Iraqi Engineers and Architecture (CNIEA) invite you, your family and friends to attend the 6th annual picnic on Sunday August 21st at Croatian Parish Recreational Park located at 

4525 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, ON L5M 7C6 from 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM.

Event Details:

  • Kids Zone from 2 - 7 PM ( Bouncy Castle, Face Painting, Magic Show)
  • Lots of games and prizes throughout the day with Iraqi music by Iraqi DJ 
  • Iraqi food will be available for purchase 

Looking forward to seeing everyone.

The Canadian Network of Iraqi Engineers and Architecture.


Alberta Chapter May 2016 Event




Alberta Chapter held its may event on Saturday May 21st, 2016 between 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM at WINSTON HEIGHTS MOUNTVIEW COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION in Calgary. The event was successful and many topics were discussed including:

  • New members introduction and CNIEA introduction to new members
  • CNIEA new website and the new registration and payment policies - presented by Nabeel Salih
  • How to increase your chances to get a job in Canada - presented by Dr. George Gerges
  • Team building workshop - organized by Arif Hamad
  • Planning for the summer picnic in July 23, 2016 in Calgary - presented by Mohammed Sultan 

Members were very active during the different presentations with many questions.


May 14, 2016 Event - Ontario Chapter -



More than 20 architects attended the first official CNIEA Architects Meeting, and after introducing everyone’s professional background and welcoming the new members, participants’ started discussing the ways to get their skills into the Canadian market, and the steps to become a licensed architect, and the value of the interpretive soft skills besides the hard “enhancing the software acknowledgement and experience skills”, Resume, Portfolio, networking.. etc. also discussed forming study groups for the EXAC preparation.
Architects through the meeting already started exchanging information, useful links and study data.

Then our presenter Tim Corocoran from Molok North America Limited held a very nice informative presentation about a new way to manage and collect waste in public spaces like parks, schools, multi-residential developments and commercial plazas, in a more sustainable, aesthetic, odor-free and compactable user friendly way.

With the refreshments all engineers and architects gathered, networked and also discussed the ways finding the right path in Canada and which keys to use whom to contact."