Since the creation of the CCPG, the issue of mobility has been discussed on numerous occasions and several actions have been taken by the CCPG board of directors.
In 2001, a mobility agreement dealing mainly with the issue of transferability, known as the Inter Association Mobility Agreement (IAMA), was signed by all the constituent associations of the CCPG.
A concept called "Multi-Jurisdictional Registration" (MJR) was recently discussed at the CCPG.
The concept of a temporary practice and incidental practice has been discussed by the CCPG since 1998.
An important CCPG committee, the Canadian Geoscience Standards Board (CGSB) has just begun to review the existing agreement of Canadian academic requirements used as the basis of the IAMA signed in 2001.
The CCPG continues to promote the need to have efficient mechanisms for managing all forms of mobility across the country.
According to Karen Willett, marketing communications manager for CCPG, Sony chose Nicholson NY because the agency "understands our business and knows how best to leverage the Internet as we strengthen our marketing relationships with our distributors and product integrators.
In fiscal year 1997, CCPG contributed significantly to Sony Electronics' record annual sales of more than $10 billion.