October 23, 2019 – The national, provincial, and territorial planning institutes and associations are pleased to release the results of the first comprehensive compensation and benefits survey of Canadian professional planners.
The survey was open May 8, 2019 to June 9, 2019 and had 1,850 respondents, which represents 24% of regulated members of the Provincial and Territorial Institutes and Associations (PTIAs).
The self-reported data included in the report provides members and the public information about pay levels and other means of compensation. This survey is not necessarily representative of the complete professional planning membership in Canada or the total population of individuals in these positions or locales. Regional reports will be available through the PTIAs (links are provided below).
An English language webinar on the national survey results will be held on October 31, 2019. Registration is free and open now. A French language webinar will be held at a future date.
Thank you to all professional planners who participated in the survey and to the following organizations, which provided financial and administrative support:
Canadian Institute of Planners
Atlantic Planners Institute (Licensed Professional Planners Association of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Professional Planners, New Brunswick Association of Planners, and the Prince Edward Island Institute of Professional Planners)
Ordre des Urbanistes du Québec
Ontario Professional Planners Institute
Manitoba Professional Planners Institute
Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute
Alberta Professional Planners Institute
Planning Institute of British Columbia
About the Canadian Institute of Planners
The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) works on behalf of over 7,000 planning professionals nationally, and has served as the voice of Canada’s planning community since 1919. Planners safeguard the health and well-being of urban and rural communities, by addressing the use of land, resources, facilities, and services with consideration to physical, economic, and social efficiency. Our members work in both the public service and the private sector, across fields such as land use planning, environmental resource management, land development, heritage conservation, social planning, Indigenous communities planning, transportation planning, and economic development. Learn more about CIP and the role of planners at cip-icu.ca.
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