Canadian Institue Of Planners

Shaping our Communities
Sustaining Canada's Future.

Old Montréal, Québec

Industry Events

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Upcoming Industry Events

May 15-17: Lead the Transition: Global Public Transport Summit in Montreal. Learn more and register here

May 19: Bike-to-Work Day.

May 27: RAIC International Indigenous Architecture and Design Symposium 2017. More details can be found here

May 30-June 2: PIBC 2017 Annual Conference - Equilibrium. Register and find out more here

June 5: World Environment Day. More details can be found here

June 7-9: NewCities Summit in Incheon Songdo, South Korea - Thriving Cities: The Building Blocks of Urban Wellbeing. Learn more here

June 8: Work Oceans Day.

June 15: Global Wind Day

June 17-20: CIP/APPI conference, Building Resilience 2017, in Calgary, Alberta. 

June 19-22: Metropolis: Global Challenges: Major Cities in Action. Learn more about this Montreal based event here

June 21: National Aboriginal Day.

July 11: World Population Day.

August 9: International Day of the World's Indigenous People

September 13-16: 20th International Play Association Triennial World Conference in Calgary, AB. Learn more about this event here

September 22: Car Free Day.

October 2: United Nation's World Habitat Day.

October 13: International Day for Disaster Reduction.

October 16-21: 2017 IFLA and CSLA World Congress and Summit.

October 16: World Design Summit in Montreal, QC. Learn more here.

October 24-27: The International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) and the Oregon Chapter of the American Planning Association (OAPA)'s Joint International Conference, Smart Communities Conference, is held in Portland, Oregon. Learn more here

November 8: World Town Planning Day. Learn more here

December 5: International Volunteer Day.


July 19-22, 2018: CIP/MPPI conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba. 


July 3-6, 2019: CIP's Centenary conference in Ottawa, Ontario. 


July 7-10, 2020: CIP/PIBC conference in Whistler, British Columbia.