1 April 2010

The Project Management Association of Canada – Association de gestion de projet du Canada (PMAC-AGPC) has completed its third year since inception and its first year as the official Canadian member of the International Project Management Association (IPMA). Excitement continues to brew within Canada’s newest Project Management association. PMAC-AGPC has held true to its commitment to not only explore a broader model of Project Management, and apply a broader definition of project success, but to serve the needs and demands of the growing Canadian project management community, experiencing growth in a bilingual country, while continuing to support the ideals of IPMA.

26 March 2010

(PMAC-AMPC.CA) 26 March 2010 - The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the Project Management Association of Canada has revised its official name to reflect Canadian French usage, rather than Parisian French usage. The new Canadian French version of the association's name is "Association de gestion de projet du Canada" and its acronym will change to PMAC-AGPC. Updates are being made to the association's web site content and legal filings. Email addresses will currently stay with the old URL ( until the web site is moved under the new URL ( Any questions about this change should be forwarded to the association's president ( ----- ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION

26 March 2010

The latest webinar in our series of educational offerings is now available for registration.

The Pyramid of Giza, the Colosseum, and the Transcontinental Railroad are all great historical projects from the past four millennia. When we look back we tend to look at these as great architectural or engineering works. Project management tends to be overlooked, and yet the core principles were used extensively in these projects.

This webinar takes a hard look at the history of project management, how it evolved, and presents some quite remarkable results. Namely, that project management did not just appear in the last 100 years but has been in steady evolution over at least the past 4,500 years.

New insights emerge when dissecting historical projects through a project management lens, and Mark Kozak-Holland brings this to life in his analysis. You will walk away with new insights and an interest to look at these projects more closely for lessons that are just as applicable today as when the projects were initiated.

Mark Kozak-Holland, principal author of the best-selling "Lessons from History" series of books has a new textbook coming out on the history of project management. In this webinar, he is offering our members an exclusive sneak preview in advance of the book's publication.

There is a $9.95 fee for registering for this event. It is open to both PMAC members and non-members alike, and 100% of all registration fees go to the association.

The webinar is on April 22nd, 2010 from Noon to 1:30pm Eastern time.

Register today at:

9 December 2009

(PMAC-AMPC.CA) December 9, 2009 - The Certification Body of the Project Management Association of Canada is pleased to announce that for the very first time in history, a Canadian has received an IPMA certification in Canada. While many Canadians have received IPMA certifications over the years, they have done so through applying through foreign project management associations (such as the Association for Project Management in the UK and the American Society for the Advancement of Project Management in the USA) or have applied directly to IPMA, since up until recently Canada did not have its own IPMA member association.



General Address

Project Management Association of Canada

2-140, boulevard Gréber
Gatineau, Québec
Canada, J8T 6H5

Phone: (819) 410-0427

PMAC Certification Body

Project Management Association of Canada

Box 58043, Rosslynn RPO
Oshawa, Ontario
Canada L1J 8L6

Fax: (416) 986-5777

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