Toronto Section Centennial

The IEEE Toronto Section was formed on September 30, 1903 as a section of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. It was the first such section formed outside the United States.

Plans for celebrating this unique event were developed by the 2003 Section executive committee, chaired by Bob Hanna.

  • IEEE Toronto Website updated as of November 1, 2003

Photographs, forum presentations, etc. are now available using the following links

  • IEEE Toronto Centennial Banquet, Awards and Special Recognitions
    Saturday, October 4, 2003 18:30-22:30 at the Marriott Bloor Yorkville hotel in conjunction with the IEEE Canada meetings – details
  • IEEE Toronto Centennial Forum on Reliable Power Grids in Canada
    Friday, October 3, 2003 18:30-21:00 at the Marriott Bloor Yorkville hotel
    THE AUGUST 2003 BLACKOUT – How secure is our electrical grid?
    A unique opportunity for IEEE members and others to hear four power systems experts from three provinces address this important issue – details

For more information about these centennial activities, please view the IEEE Toronto website whose centennial page is linked on the left side of this page.

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