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  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    State of the profession|État de la profession / Kristy Kilbourne & Dilys Huang -- The future of the profession: Start with ethics and knowledge / John Farrow -- Professional standards review / Vicki Bryanton -- Repairing the pipeline to professional certification for BIPOC and IEP planners in Canada / Leela Viswanathan -- The state of planning education in Ontario: Preparing the next generation of planners / Siobhan Kelly, Holly Stemberger, & Regan Zink -- From classrooms to boardrooms: Applying a multi-scale coordinated approach to an anti-racist future for the Canadian planning system / Jennifer Dean, Zhixi Cecilia Zhuang, & Sara Edge -- Accessibility and disability: A move forward for the planning profession? / Selam Eyob, Merve Kolcak, & Samantha Biglieri -- Planner as convener / Marina Jozipovic, Brenda Madrazo, & Matt Thomson -- Planning for reconciliation in Canadian cities: Indigenous perspectives from Winnipeg / Sarem Nejad -- Planning for climate change: Wicked problem or wicked opportunity? / Kacia Tolsma, Alison Shaw, & Kelly Learned -- Career perspectives in planning: 1990 to today / Lisa Salsberg, Elicia Elliott, & Michelle Kearns -- Mapping Vancouver's slow streets in the context of equity / Claire Lee & Patricia Collins -- 2021 CIP honours and awards|L’ICU honneurs et prix 2021 -- The TPIC/CIP presidents|Les présidents de l’IUC/ICU / John Steil -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur State of the profession|État de la profession State of the profession|État de la profession / Kristy Kilbourne & Dilys Huang -- The future of the profession: Start with ethics and knowledge / John Farrow -- Professional standards review / Vicki Bryanton -- Repairing the pipeline to professional certification for BIPOC and IEP planners in Canada / Leela Viswanathan -- The state of planning education in Ontario: Preparing the next generation of planners / Siobhan Kelly, Holly Stemberger, & Regan Zink -- From classrooms to boardrooms: Applying a multi-scale coordinated approach to an anti-racist future for the Canadian planning system / Jennifer Dean, Zhixi Cecilia Zhuang, & Sara Edge -- Accessibility and disability: A move forward for the planning profession? / Selam Eyob, Merve Kolcak, & Samantha Biglieri -- Planner as convener / Marina Jozipovic, Brenda Madrazo, & Matt Thomson -- Planning for reconciliation in Canadian cities: Indigenous perspectives from Winnipeg / Sarem Nejad -- Planning for climate change: Wicked problem or wicked opportunity? / Kacia Tolsma, Alison Shaw, & Kelly Learned -- Career perspectives in planning: 1990 to today / Lisa Salsberg, Elicia Elliott, & Michelle Kearns -- Mapping Vancouver's slow streets in the context of equity / Claire Lee & Patricia Collins -- 2021 CIP honours and awards|L’ICU honneurs et prix 2021 -- The TPIC/CIP presidents|Les présidents de l’IUC/ICU / John Steil -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/26324/PlanCanada_Vol.61_No.4_Winter-2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Planning Pecha Kucha|L’urbanisme selon le Pecha Kucha / Ernette Hutchings-Mason & Kent Munro -- Strengthening connections across urban Canada / Jennifer Barrett -- Modernizing Canada parks permits / Tessa Fortier, Daniel Mercer, & Allison Donnelly -- Bringing back the night / Sheena Jardine-Olade, Nichole Ives-Allison, & Martyna Turczynowicz -- From carrots to community gardens / Karin Kliewer -- Letting go / Erik Backstrom & Carley Holt -- Être de son temps / Julie Ozell -- A volunteer's guide to planning in Calgary / Edward Spink & Adetoun Osuntogun -- Practicing exclusion / Cara Chellew -- Reconciliation through placemaking / Perry Stein, Jillian Bracken, & Andrew Malcolm -- Les jeunes agissent sur leur milieu de vie / Julien Voyer -- Reinventing the family farm / Pamela Duesling, Emily C. Sousa, & Wayne Caldwell -- A fresh take on engagement / Katie Price & Joanna Burris -- Municipal funding for the non-profit sector / Dominique Clément -- Bring your presentation and let's jam: Pecha Kucha and Canadian urbanism|Apportez vos présentations, organisons un jam : Le Pecha Kucha et le Conseil canadien d’urbanisme / Alex Taranu -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur -- [Book review] Planning Canadian communities: An introduction to the principles, practice, and participants in the 21st century / John Heseltine Planning Pecha Kucha en urbanisme Planning Pecha Kucha|L’urbanisme selon le Pecha Kucha / Ernette Hutchings-Mason & Kent Munro -- Strengthening connections across urban Canada / Jennifer Barrett -- Modernizing Canada parks permits / Tessa Fortier, Daniel Mercer, & Allison Donnelly -- Bringing back the night / Sheena Jardine-Olade, Nichole Ives-Allison, & Martyna Turczynowicz -- From carrots to community gardens / Karin Kliewer -- Letting go / Erik Backstrom & Carley Holt -- Être de son temps / Julie Ozell -- A volunteer's guide to planning in Calgary / Edward Spink & Adetoun Osuntogun -- Practicing exclusion / Cara Chellew -- Reconciliation through placemaking / Perry Stein, Jillian Bracken, & Andrew Malcolm -- Les jeunes agissent sur leur milieu de vie / Julien Voyer -- Reinventing the family farm / Pamela Duesling, Emily C. Sousa, & Wayne Caldwell -- A fresh take on engagement / Katie Price & Joanna Burris -- Municipal funding for the non-profit sector / Dominique Clément -- Bring your presentation and let's jam: Pecha Kucha and Canadian urbanism|Apportez vos présentations, organisons un jam : Le Pecha Kucha et le Conseil canadien d’urbanisme / Alex Taranu -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur -- [Book review] Planning Canadian communities: An introduction to the principles, practice, and participants in the 21st century / John Heseltine https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/26322/PlanCanada_Vol.61_No.3_Fall-2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Digging deeper to meet the needs of our aging population|Creuser davantage pour répondre aux besoins de notre population vieillissante / Samantha Biglieri & Glenn Miller -- Understanding the diversity of Canadian seniors / Doug Norris -- Older Indigenous people, health, and planning in Canada: Considering ethical space / Sarah E. Nelson -- What can planners do to help seniors age in place? / Arlene Etchen -- The case for visitability / Amina Menkad & Joanna Ilunga-Kapinga -- COVID-19 and the forgotten densities of long-term care / Julian Iacobelli, Samantha Biglieri, Lorenzo de Vidovich, & Roger Keil -- Après la zone scolaire, pourquoi pas la « zone santé » pour un vieillissement actif ? / Mikael St-Pierre, Simon Chouinard-Laliberté, & Audrey Lise Mallet -- Breaking up with cars is hard to do / Krista Macaulay -- Nested aging: Lifecycles in the vertical city / Maxwell Hartt, Brian Webb, & James T. White -- Innovative, intergenerational housing empowers women / Carla Guerrera -- Affordability: A key component of accessibility / Amanda McCulley -- Gerald Hodge: FCIP/FICU 1931 - 2017 / Glenn Miller -- The cautionary tale that is Canada's experience with long-term care|L’expérience canadienne en matière de soins de longue durée : une leçon à retenir / Gordon Harris -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur Our aging population: Challenges and opportunities|Notre population vieillissante : défis et opportunités Digging deeper to meet the needs of our aging population|Creuser davantage pour répondre aux besoins de notre population vieillissante / Samantha Biglieri & Glenn Miller -- Understanding the diversity of Canadian seniors / Doug Norris -- Older Indigenous people, health, and planning in Canada: Considering ethical space / Sarah E. Nelson -- What can planners do to help seniors age in place? / Arlene Etchen -- The case for visitability / Amina Menkad & Joanna Ilunga-Kapinga -- COVID-19 and the forgotten densities of long-term care / Julian Iacobelli, Samantha Biglieri, Lorenzo de Vidovich, & Roger Keil -- Après la zone scolaire, pourquoi pas la « zone santé » pour un vieillissement actif ? / Mikael St-Pierre, Simon Chouinard-Laliberté, & Audrey Lise Mallet -- Breaking up with cars is hard to do / Krista Macaulay -- Nested aging: Lifecycles in the vertical city / Maxwell Hartt, Brian Webb, & James T. White -- Innovative, intergenerational housing empowers women / Carla Guerrera -- Affordability: A key component of accessibility / Amanda McCulley -- Gerald Hodge: FCIP/FICU 1931 - 2017 / Glenn Miller -- The cautionary tale that is Canada's experience with long-term care|L’expérience canadienne en matière de soins de longue durée : une leçon à retenir / Gordon Harris -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/26301/PlanCanada_Vol.61_No.2_Summer-2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: VIU Press
    Country: Canada

    Volume 5, Issue 1 of the International Journal of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23751/V5I1.pdf?sequence=4

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    President's note|Note du président / Dan Huang -- Towards social and racial equity in planning|Vers l’équité sociale et raciale dans la planification / Amina Yasin & Daniella Fergusson -- City of land remembering / Kamala Todd -- Racial inequities in rural, remote, and northern Canadian planning / Jonathan Boron, Katherine Levett, & Myfannwy Pope -- The case of Nigeria's Sungbo Eredo: On the absence of African planning and architectural excellence in Canadian planning / Francis Kodjo Kwashie -- Urban planning education after Black Lives Matter / Cecille de Laurentis -- Spatial marginality and Toronto's priority neighbourhoods / Rahma Siad-Togane -- Spatial inequalities and informal settlements in apartheid and post-apartheid South Africa / Sinovuyo Lehlohonolo Mnyanda -- Appreciating the natural heritage landscapes in low income 'hoods' / Shannon Holness -- Edmonton's zoning makeover is an opportunity for equity / Livia Balone, Felipe Canavera, & Jason Syvixay -- "In honour of the village we have today": Co-creating a Housing Solutions Lab for Indigenous youth aging out of care in Winnipeg / Darrien Morton, Zoë Mager, Michael Redhead Champagne, & Nigaanii Wabiski Mikanak Ogichidaa -- Freedom of movement: A conversation on the mobility industry's role in normalizing self-righteousness with "At the Intersections" -- Care-full planning / Leslie Kern -- Disability justice in the city -- Thea Kurdi & Anika Abdullah -- We've painted a rainbow crosswalk. Now what? / Tiffany Muller Myrdahl -- Challenging from within: To bring equity forward, we must challenge our profession from within / Jason Syvixay & Lyla Peter -- We are carrying our bundles forward / Kamala Todd -- The voices of BIPOC planners|La voix des urbanistes du BIPOC / Mary Lou Tanner -- Bookshelf: Guest editors' recommendations -- Research digest|Condensé de recherches Social and racial equity|Équité sociale et raciale President's note|Note du président / Dan Huang -- Towards social and racial equity in planning|Vers l’équité sociale et raciale dans la planification / Amina Yasin & Daniella Fergusson -- City of land remembering / Kamala Todd -- Racial inequities in rural, remote, and northern Canadian planning / Jonathan Boron, Katherine Levett, & Myfannwy Pope -- The case of Nigeria's Sungbo Eredo: On the absence of African planning and architectural excellence in Canadian planning / Francis Kodjo Kwashie -- Urban planning education after Black Lives Matter / Cecille de Laurentis -- Spatial marginality and Toronto's priority neighbourhoods / Rahma Siad-Togane -- Spatial inequalities and informal settlements in apartheid and post-apartheid South Africa / Sinovuyo Lehlohonolo Mnyanda -- Appreciating the natural heritage landscapes in low income 'hoods' / Shannon Holness -- Edmonton's zoning makeover is an opportunity for equity / Livia Balone, Felipe Canavera, & Jason Syvixay -- "In honour of the village we have today": Co-creating a Housing Solutions Lab for Indigenous youth aging out of care in Winnipeg / Darrien Morton, Zoë Mager, Michael Redhead Champagne, & Nigaanii Wabiski Mikanak Ogichidaa -- Freedom of movement: A conversation on the mobility industry's role in normalizing self-righteousness with "At the Intersections" -- Care-full planning / Leslie Kern -- Disability justice in the city -- Thea Kurdi & Anika Abdullah -- We've painted a rainbow crosswalk. Now what? / Tiffany Muller Myrdahl -- Challenging from within: To bring equity forward, we must challenge our profession from within / Jason Syvixay & Lyla Peter -- We are carrying our bundles forward / Kamala Todd -- The voices of BIPOC planners|La voix des urbanistes du BIPOC / Mary Lou Tanner -- Bookshelf: Guest editors' recommendations -- Research digest|Condensé de recherches https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/26191/PlanCanada_Vol.61_No.1_Spring-2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: VIU Press
    Country: Canada

    Foreword / Pam Shaw -- Editorial / Liang (Cliff) Feng -- How 'smart' are smart cities? The case of Sidewalk Labs, Toronto / Don Alexander -- Generation urban: Financing family-friendly housing in Canada's urban centres / Kristin N. Agnello -- Corridor urbanism and the rise of the neighbourhood in the post-COVID city / Mark Holland In this issue, you will find considerations on smart cities as a way to promote critical thinking of planning students, a deep dive into the development proformas of housing units at urban cores, and detailed discussions on corridor urbanism as we learn from the impacts of COVID-19. Foreword / Pam Shaw -- Editorial / Liang (Cliff) Feng -- How 'smart' are smart cities? The case of Sidewalk Labs, Toronto / Don Alexander -- Generation urban: Financing family-friendly housing in Canada's urban centres / Kristin N. Agnello -- Corridor urbanism and the rise of the neighbourhood in the post-COVID city / Mark Holland https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23603/FuturePlansMarch2021.pdf?sequence=3

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  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
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    State of the profession|État de la profession / Kristy Kilbourne & Dilys Huang -- The future of the profession: Start with ethics and knowledge / John Farrow -- Professional standards review / Vicki Bryanton -- Repairing the pipeline to professional certification for BIPOC and IEP planners in Canada / Leela Viswanathan -- The state of planning education in Ontario: Preparing the next generation of planners / Siobhan Kelly, Holly Stemberger, & Regan Zink -- From classrooms to boardrooms: Applying a multi-scale coordinated approach to an anti-racist future for the Canadian planning system / Jennifer Dean, Zhixi Cecilia Zhuang, & Sara Edge -- Accessibility and disability: A move forward for the planning profession? / Selam Eyob, Merve Kolcak, & Samantha Biglieri -- Planner as convener / Marina Jozipovic, Brenda Madrazo, & Matt Thomson -- Planning for reconciliation in Canadian cities: Indigenous perspectives from Winnipeg / Sarem Nejad -- Planning for climate change: Wicked problem or wicked opportunity? / Kacia Tolsma, Alison Shaw, & Kelly Learned -- Career perspectives in planning: 1990 to today / Lisa Salsberg, Elicia Elliott, & Michelle Kearns -- Mapping Vancouver's slow streets in the context of equity / Claire Lee & Patricia Collins -- 2021 CIP honours and awards|L’ICU honneurs et prix 2021 -- The TPIC/CIP presidents|Les présidents de l’IUC/ICU / John Steil -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur State of the profession|État de la profession State of the profession|État de la profession / Kristy Kilbourne & Dilys Huang -- The future of the profession: Start with ethics and knowledge / John Farrow -- Professional standards review / Vicki Bryanton -- Repairing the pipeline to professional certification for BIPOC and IEP planners in Canada / Leela Viswanathan -- The state of planning education in Ontario: Preparing the next generation of planners / Siobhan Kelly, Holly Stemberger, & Regan Zink -- From classrooms to boardrooms: Applying a multi-scale coordinated approach to an anti-racist future for the Canadian planning system / Jennifer Dean, Zhixi Cecilia Zhuang, & Sara Edge -- Accessibility and disability: A move forward for the planning profession? / Selam Eyob, Merve Kolcak, & Samantha Biglieri -- Planner as convener / Marina Jozipovic, Brenda Madrazo, & Matt Thomson -- Planning for reconciliation in Canadian cities: Indigenous perspectives from Winnipeg / Sarem Nejad -- Planning for climate change: Wicked problem or wicked opportunity? / Kacia Tolsma, Alison Shaw, & Kelly Learned -- Career perspectives in planning: 1990 to today / Lisa Salsberg, Elicia Elliott, & Michelle Kearns -- Mapping Vancouver's slow streets in the context of equity / Claire Lee & Patricia Collins -- 2021 CIP honours and awards|L’ICU honneurs et prix 2021 -- The TPIC/CIP presidents|Les présidents de l’IUC/ICU / John Steil -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/26324/PlanCanada_Vol.61_No.4_Winter-2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Planning Pecha Kucha|L’urbanisme selon le Pecha Kucha / Ernette Hutchings-Mason & Kent Munro -- Strengthening connections across urban Canada / Jennifer Barrett -- Modernizing Canada parks permits / Tessa Fortier, Daniel Mercer, & Allison Donnelly -- Bringing back the night / Sheena Jardine-Olade, Nichole Ives-Allison, & Martyna Turczynowicz -- From carrots to community gardens / Karin Kliewer -- Letting go / Erik Backstrom & Carley Holt -- Être de son temps / Julie Ozell -- A volunteer's guide to planning in Calgary / Edward Spink & Adetoun Osuntogun -- Practicing exclusion / Cara Chellew -- Reconciliation through placemaking / Perry Stein, Jillian Bracken, & Andrew Malcolm -- Les jeunes agissent sur leur milieu de vie / Julien Voyer -- Reinventing the family farm / Pamela Duesling, Emily C. Sousa, & Wayne Caldwell -- A fresh take on engagement / Katie Price & Joanna Burris -- Municipal funding for the non-profit sector / Dominique Clément -- Bring your presentation and let's jam: Pecha Kucha and Canadian urbanism|Apportez vos présentations, organisons un jam : Le Pecha Kucha et le Conseil canadien d’urbanisme / Alex Taranu -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur -- [Book review] Planning Canadian communities: An introduction to the principles, practice, and participants in the 21st century / John Heseltine Planning Pecha Kucha en urbanisme Planning Pecha Kucha|L’urbanisme selon le Pecha Kucha / Ernette Hutchings-Mason & Kent Munro -- Strengthening connections across urban Canada / Jennifer Barrett -- Modernizing Canada parks permits / Tessa Fortier, Daniel Mercer, & Allison Donnelly -- Bringing back the night / Sheena Jardine-Olade, Nichole Ives-Allison, & Martyna Turczynowicz -- From carrots to community gardens / Karin Kliewer -- Letting go / Erik Backstrom & Carley Holt -- Être de son temps / Julie Ozell -- A volunteer's guide to planning in Calgary / Edward Spink & Adetoun Osuntogun -- Practicing exclusion / Cara Chellew -- Reconciliation through placemaking / Perry Stein, Jillian Bracken, & Andrew Malcolm -- Les jeunes agissent sur leur milieu de vie / Julien Voyer -- Reinventing the family farm / Pamela Duesling, Emily C. Sousa, & Wayne Caldwell -- A fresh take on engagement / Katie Price & Joanna Burris -- Municipal funding for the non-profit sector / Dominique Clément -- Bring your presentation and let's jam: Pecha Kucha and Canadian urbanism|Apportez vos présentations, organisons un jam : Le Pecha Kucha et le Conseil canadien d’urbanisme / Alex Taranu -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur -- [Book review] Planning Canadian communities: An introduction to the principles, practice, and participants in the 21st century / John Heseltine https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/26322/PlanCanada_Vol.61_No.3_Fall-2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Digging deeper to meet the needs of our aging population|Creuser davantage pour répondre aux besoins de notre population vieillissante / Samantha Biglieri & Glenn Miller -- Understanding the diversity of Canadian seniors / Doug Norris -- Older Indigenous people, health, and planning in Canada: Considering ethical space / Sarah E. Nelson -- What can planners do to help seniors age in place? / Arlene Etchen -- The case for visitability / Amina Menkad & Joanna Ilunga-Kapinga -- COVID-19 and the forgotten densities of long-term care / Julian Iacobelli, Samantha Biglieri, Lorenzo de Vidovich, & Roger Keil -- Après la zone scolaire, pourquoi pas la « zone santé » pour un vieillissement actif ? / Mikael St-Pierre, Simon Chouinard-Laliberté, & Audrey Lise Mallet -- Breaking up with cars is hard to do / Krista Macaulay -- Nested aging: Lifecycles in the vertical city / Maxwell Hartt, Brian Webb, & James T. White -- Innovative, intergenerational housing empowers women / Carla Guerrera -- Affordability: A key component of accessibility / Amanda McCulley -- Gerald Hodge: FCIP/FICU 1931 - 2017 / Glenn Miller -- The cautionary tale that is Canada's experience with long-term care|L’expérience canadienne en matière de soins de longue durée : une leçon à retenir / Gordon Harris -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur Our aging population: Challenges and opportunities|Notre population vieillissante : défis et opportunités Digging deeper to meet the needs of our aging population|Creuser davantage pour répondre aux besoins de notre population vieillissante / Samantha Biglieri & Glenn Miller -- Understanding the diversity of Canadian seniors / Doug Norris -- Older Indigenous people, health, and planning in Canada: Considering ethical space / Sarah E. Nelson -- What can planners do to help seniors age in place? / Arlene Etchen -- The case for visitability / Amina Menkad & Joanna Ilunga-Kapinga -- COVID-19 and the forgotten densities of long-term care / Julian Iacobelli, Samantha Biglieri, Lorenzo de Vidovich, & Roger Keil -- Après la zone scolaire, pourquoi pas la « zone santé » pour un vieillissement actif ? / Mikael St-Pierre, Simon Chouinard-Laliberté, & Audrey Lise Mallet -- Breaking up with cars is hard to do / Krista Macaulay -- Nested aging: Lifecycles in the vertical city / Maxwell Hartt, Brian Webb, & James T. White -- Innovative, intergenerational housing empowers women / Carla Guerrera -- Affordability: A key component of accessibility / Amanda McCulley -- Gerald Hodge: FCIP/FICU 1931 - 2017 / Glenn Miller -- The cautionary tale that is Canada's experience with long-term care|L’expérience canadienne en matière de soins de longue durée : une leçon à retenir / Gordon Harris -- Planning research digest|Condensé de recherches en urbanisme -- Planner's bookshelf|L’étagère du planifi cateur https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/26301/PlanCanada_Vol.61_No.2_Summer-2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: VIU Press
    Country: Canada

    Volume 5, Issue 1 of the International Journal of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23751/V5I1.pdf?sequence=4

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    President's note|Note du président / Dan Huang -- Towards social and racial equity in planning|Vers l’équité sociale et raciale dans la planification / Amina Yasin & Daniella Fergusson -- City of land remembering / Kamala Todd -- Racial inequities in rural, remote, and northern Canadian planning / Jonathan Boron, Katherine Levett, & Myfannwy Pope -- The case of Nigeria's Sungbo Eredo: On the absence of African planning and architectural excellence in Canadian planning / Francis Kodjo Kwashie -- Urban planning education after Black Lives Matter / Cecille de Laurentis -- Spatial marginality and Toronto's priority neighbourhoods / Rahma Siad-Togane -- Spatial inequalities and informal settlements in apartheid and post-apartheid South Africa / Sinovuyo Lehlohonolo Mnyanda -- Appreciating the natural heritage landscapes in low income 'hoods' / Shannon Holness -- Edmonton's zoning makeover is an opportunity for equity / Livia Balone, Felipe Canavera, & Jason Syvixay -- "In honour of the village we have today": Co-creating a Housing Solutions Lab for Indigenous youth aging out of care in Winnipeg / Darrien Morton, Zoë Mager, Michael Redhead Champagne, & Nigaanii Wabiski Mikanak Ogichidaa -- Freedom of movement: A conversation on the mobility industry's role in normalizing self-righteousness with "At the Intersections" -- Care-full planning / Leslie Kern -- Disability justice in the city -- Thea Kurdi & Anika Abdullah -- We've painted a rainbow crosswalk. Now what? / Tiffany Muller Myrdahl -- Challenging from within: To bring equity forward, we must challenge our profession from within / Jason Syvixay & Lyla Peter -- We are carrying our bundles forward / Kamala Todd -- The voices of BIPOC planners|La voix des urbanistes du BIPOC / Mary Lou Tanner -- Bookshelf: Guest editors' recommendations -- Research digest|Condensé de recherches Social and racial equity|Équité sociale et raciale President's note|Note du président / Dan Huang -- Towards social and racial equity in planning|Vers l’équité sociale et raciale dans la planification / Amina Yasin & Daniella Fergusson -- City of land remembering / Kamala Todd -- Racial inequities in rural, remote, and northern Canadian planning / Jonathan Boron, Katherine Levett, & Myfannwy Pope -- The case of Nigeria's Sungbo Eredo: On the absence of African planning and architectural excellence in Canadian planning / Francis Kodjo Kwashie -- Urban planning education after Black Lives Matter / Cecille de Laurentis -- Spatial marginality and Toronto's priority neighbourhoods / Rahma Siad-Togane -- Spatial inequalities and informal settlements in apartheid and post-apartheid South Africa / Sinovuyo Lehlohonolo Mnyanda -- Appreciating the natural heritage landscapes in low income 'hoods' / Shannon Holness -- Edmonton's zoning makeover is an opportunity for equity / Livia Balone, Felipe Canavera, & Jason Syvixay -- "In honour of the village we have today": Co-creating a Housing Solutions Lab for Indigenous youth aging out of care in Winnipeg / Darrien Morton, Zoë Mager, Michael Redhead Champagne, & Nigaanii Wabiski Mikanak Ogichidaa -- Freedom of movement: A conversation on the mobility industry's role in normalizing self-righteousness with "At the Intersections" -- Care-full planning / Leslie Kern -- Disability justice in the city -- Thea Kurdi & Anika Abdullah -- We've painted a rainbow crosswalk. Now what? / Tiffany Muller Myrdahl -- Challenging from within: To bring equity forward, we must challenge our profession from within / Jason Syvixay & Lyla Peter -- We are carrying our bundles forward / Kamala Todd -- The voices of BIPOC planners|La voix des urbanistes du BIPOC / Mary Lou Tanner -- Bookshelf: Guest editors' recommendations -- Research digest|Condensé de recherches https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/26191/PlanCanada_Vol.61_No.1_Spring-2021.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: VIU Press
    Country: Canada

    Foreword / Pam Shaw -- Editorial / Liang (Cliff) Feng -- How 'smart' are smart cities? The case of Sidewalk Labs, Toronto / Don Alexander -- Generation urban: Financing family-friendly housing in Canada's urban centres / Kristin N. Agnello -- Corridor urbanism and the rise of the neighbourhood in the post-COVID city / Mark Holland In this issue, you will find considerations on smart cities as a way to promote critical thinking of planning students, a deep dive into the development proformas of housing units at urban cores, and detailed discussions on corridor urbanism as we learn from the impacts of COVID-19. Foreword / Pam Shaw -- Editorial / Liang (Cliff) Feng -- How 'smart' are smart cities? The case of Sidewalk Labs, Toronto / Don Alexander -- Generation urban: Financing family-friendly housing in Canada's urban centres / Kristin N. Agnello -- Corridor urbanism and the rise of the neighbourhood in the post-COVID city / Mark Holland https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23603/FuturePlansMarch2021.pdf?sequence=3

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