The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer has been a uniquely Canadian tradition for almost 100 years and is organized and guided by the Corporation of the Seven Wardens.

The Obligation Ceremony where Iron Rings are presented to new engineering graduates and other qualified candidates is held annually (and sometimes more often) in every Canadian community where engineering is taught, by one of 28 local “Camps.”  More than 475,000 Canadian engineers have undertaken the Obligation and received their Iron Rings in ceremonies across the country since 1922.

Camp 28 was approved in June 2020 and is officially a recognized Canadian camp to oversee the obligation of Canadian engineers.

The Wardens of Camp 28 are all volunteers, drawn from the local engineering community.