Canadian Institue Of Planners

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Sustaining Canada's Future.

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Honours

With its honours, the Canadian Institute of Planners recognizes excellence, identifies prominent role models, promotes advances in planning practice, and draws leaders to the forefront of planning in Canada.

 

Honorary Members and Fellows

Election as a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Planners is the highest award the Institute can give to a planner. This honour recognizes excellence, identifies prominent role models, promotes advances in planning practice and draws leaders to the forefront of planning in Canada. Such professional attainment and experience must be significant at a national or international planning context. Fellows proudly use the designation FCIP, to denote Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Planners (FCIP). To become a Fellow, a member must be nominated by another member in good standing and adhere to the nomination criteria located in this section. The nomination is then brought before the Fellows Selection Jury, who makes a recommendation to the CIP Board of Directors. Newly elected Fellows are inducted at the annual CIP national conference.



Honour Guidelines / Criteria Nomination Deadline Submissions Recipients
Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Planners Nominations Guidelines February 1, 2021 board@cip-icu.ca List
Honorary Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners Nominations Guidelines February 1, 2021 board@cip-icu.ca List