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We invite submissions of short papers and research reviews, notes on practice, and book or film reviews. Articles submitted must be original and not published or submitted for publication in other media (including websites, electronic newsletters or other print publications). We favour articles with a strong policy framework and context, containing clear methodologies pertaining to studies and research, and providing critical reflection or lessons for planning practice. Authors can expect a three month time frame for initial review of submitted material and will be notified if their submission is rejected, accepted as is, or accepted conditionally with revisions. All submitted articles will be returned to authors along with comments and advice regarding any revisions required to render it suitable for publication.
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Upcoming Submission Deadlines:
June 21, 2017
Planning for the Demographic Challenge of Cities
Plan Canada is seeking submissions on how the planning community is responding to the growing demands of the millennial generation while serving an increasingly important and aging population of seniors. Both demographic groups have unique needs, but the importance of proximity, access to transit, walkable communities, and affordable housing are common desires for youth and seniors alike. Planning for these two distinct groups is a challenge facing our communities across the nation and planners have an important role to play in responding to this critical issue of our time.
August 25, 2017
Capitalizing on Heritage is a thematic issue of Plan Canada inspired by diverse and innovative planning efforts to preserve and enhance the exceptional heritage legacy of Canadian historic places. Propelled by a growing commitment to sustainability, creative planning intervention and a blend of grassroots and public projects, heritage-led regeneration is transforming the urban fabric of Canadian cities and is creating a dynamic new civic identity.
Capitalizing on Heritage will explore the cutting-edge of heritage planning policy and practice in Canada at a time when Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary. It will build on a variety of experiences across Canada to examine how heritage reflects cultural diversity and contributes to the creation of economically vibrant and socially inclusive places. Heritage conservation practice, planning actions, regulations and standards, and the role of heritage advocates and practitioners will be explored. Contributions will feature innovative planning policies—offering incentives, removing barriers, devising standards, codes, green rating systems, identifying heritage districts and implementing heritage plans.