Canadian Institue Of Planners

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During this keynote address, Larry Beasley looks at Canadian cities from the world perspective of both best practice and the emerging urban innovations and accidents. He remembers where we have come from and sketches where we are at with Canadian urban practice. Finally, he highlights the old and new forces that incoming planners will be confronted with as they join the fray. 

PLACE is a national planning and geography conference that takes place every fall. Every year, a group of students organize PLACE, bringing together like-minded students, professionals, and others from across Canada to present research and discuss topics in geography and planning. 

This year, PLACE 21 was offered virtually, organized by VIU Masters student volunteers, and hosted by the Canadian Institue of Planners on their GoTo Webinar platfrom. 

Ethics in Planning

October 28, 2021 | Posted byPublié par : CIP | Equity, History, Inclusion, Planning, Policy, Public Engagement
"Ethics in Planning" took place on Ocotber 28, and was centered on the ethical dilemmas planners face daily. During this webinar our speakers had a lively discussion about planners' ethical responsibility and how it applies in everyday scenarios. 

Navigating Race, Equity, and Privilege

September 28, 2021 | Posted byPublié par : CIP | Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
On September 27, CIP hosted a free webinar with HRx titled "Navigating Race, Equity and Privilege."  
This webinar built off of our December 2020 webinar and supports the continuing implementation of our Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Roadmap. 

Planning for Biodiversity

September 23, 2021 | Posted byPublié par : CIP | Asset Management, Environment, Planning
September's CPL webinar, "Planning for Biodiversity," took place on September 23. The webinar connected planners' work to Sustaianble Development Goal 15, which adresses ways to protect, restore, and promote sustainable land use through information sharing, management, and cross-sectoral work. 

Planning for Disaster Resilience

August 25, 2021 | Posted byPublié par : CIP | Climate Change, Environment, Planning, Policy
On August 25, CIP hosted the webinar "Planning for Disaster Resilience." In line with CIP's key policy priority of climate change planning, this session delved into the question of how we can plan communities that are more resilient while building capacity and managing risk. 

Zoning, Equity, and Human Rights: Lessons from Edmonton

July 06, 2021 | Posted byPublié par : CIP | Equity, Planning
This webinar explored how Edmonton's Zoning Bylaw Initiative has prioritized new ways of listening and learning. Listen in as speakers discuss the question surrounding how land use regulations can be written to support equitable outcomes. 
This webinar highlighted the newly transformed approach to health and wellness planning in British Columbia (BC), including sharing more about Health and Wellness Planning: A Toolkit for BC First Nations and available supports, the BC First Nations Perspective on Health Wellness, and the Planning, Reporting and Evaluation Standards.

Planning for Active Transportation

May 20, 2021 | Posted byPublié par : CIP | Transportation
How can planners implement active transportation practices and policies effectively? What are the barriers to increased active transportation, and what is being done at national and international levels to overcome them?

On May 20, CIP hosted a webinar panel on "Planning for Active Transportation" and explored how communities and organizations are improving active transportation and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. 
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Le centre d’apprentissage professionnel de l’ICU est une plateforme en ligne qui permet aux membres d’avoir accès à un contenu pertinent et informatif qu’alimentent des experts canadiens et étrangers. Écoutez des vidéos et des balados, découvrez de nouveaux outils de planification et les meilleures pratiques relatives à vos études, améliorez votre expertise professionnelle et obtenez des crédits de formation professionnelle continue.

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