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Partnerships & Representatives

By bringing people and partners together and leveraging strategic insights, CIP is helping to increase the planning profession’s collective influence and impact on our action issues, such as climate change.

CIP Representatives

CIP’s accomplishments are a testament to our volunteers who ensure that our governance, programs, and extensive networks are purposeful and effective. This work is supported by members who represent CIP on a number of external national and international bodies, including: 

Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) Planning Research Advisory BoardLilian Chau RPP, MCIP
Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS), Urban Development Sector of the Priority SectorsCassandra Cummings RPP, MCIP
Central Experimental Farm Advisory Council (CEFAC)Rajbir Sian RPP, MCIP
Commonwealth Association of Planners (CAP)Wayne Caldwell PhD, RPP, MCIP
Devin Husk (Young Planners Network Steering Group)
Federation Of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP) Technical Working GroupChristine Callihoo RPP, MCIP
Institute for Work and Health (IWH) / Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)Ezra Lipton RPP, MCIP
Timothy Shah RPP, MCIP
Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN), Global Earthquake Model (GEM) Canada-National Steering CommitteeBill Brown RPP, MCIP
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) National Steering Committee-Sea Level GuidanceCarla Stewart RPP, MCIP
National Urban Design Awards JuryAudrey Alemao RPP, MCIP
Professional Standards Committee for the Planning Profession in CanadaNina Maher RPP, MCIP
Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) Autonomous Vehicles Task ForceVictor Ngo RPP, MCIP

Our Partners 

As the national voice of Canadian professional planning, CIP appreciates strong relationships with our allied professions and many organizations and planning associations across the globe, as well as select United Nations bodies and initiatives.