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Managing Assets for Sustainable Communities: SPPI & MPPI

April 05, 2018 | Posted byPublié par : CIP, SPPI & MPPI | Asset Management

Asset management is needed to decide what assets to keep, what to retire, and what is fundamental for the future. As communities and municipalities continue to develop and age, the strategic management of assets is becoming increasingly vital for Canada's smaller, rural and remote communities. 

Join Lourette Swanepoel as she discusses the specific realities of managing municipal asset management in the province of Saskatchewan and Manitoba.


Managing Assets for Sustainable Communities: Ontario Context

April 04, 2018 | Posted byPublié par : CIP & OPPI | Asset Management

Communities are approaching, at an increasing pace, the end-of-life of many critical assets that were built over the past 60 years. With more money flowing to maintaining and replacing aging assets, it no doubt will mean less money for other social and environmental priorities.

Join Lourette Swanepoel as she discusses the specific realities of managing municipal asset management in the province of Ontario.

Community Energy Planning: The Role of the Planner

November 10, 2017 | Posted byPublié par : CIP's Climate Change Committee | Climate Change
This webinar, led by members of the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) Climate Change Committee, empowered attendees to learn about and discuss how planners are driving climate change mitigation and adapation efforts locally in a cost-effective and affordable manner through community energy planning. 

Where we live matters- Our built Environment

November 10, 2017 | Posted byPublié par : Public Health Agency of Canada | Healthy Communities, World Town Planning Day
Community design is one important factor that can lead to better health by providing opportunities for increased physical activity, by making healthy eating options easier to access, and by promoting better mental health through social support and community belonging. 

This webinar examined how planning and designing our communities can help build healthy living into the daily lives of Canadians. 

Storytelling & Community Planning

November 09, 2017 | Posted byPublié par : CIP | World Town Planning Day
It is critical we develop an understanding of the elements and methodologies of effective storytelling and how to integrate them into our practice. This webinar examined potential strategies for utilizing storytelling for community engagement and soliciting participation in the planning and visioning process.

There are immense opportunities to reduce congestion and emissions while improving quality of life in cities by supporting innovative measures to improve urban freight efficiency. Find out how the Pembina Institute kicked off the country’s first neighbourhood freight forum (NFF) with the financial support of The Atmospheric Fund (TAF) and in partnership with the DUKE Heights Business Improvement Area (BIA).

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