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  • Publication . Journal . 1995 . Embargo End Date: 06 Dec 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Vancouver Island University - Royal Roads University
    Country: Canada

    A new kind of sprawl|Une nouvelle forme d'étalement urbain / Hok-Lin Leung -- Being at the table and in the loop|Entrer dans le jeu, être dans le coup / Gerry Couture -- Letters|Courrier -- "Come to Toronto, discover the world": Conference an international planning extravaganza|<> : Congrès grandiose sur l'urbanisme international / Plan Canada's editorial staff -- Cities and a sustainable Earth: Maurice Strong / Ian Wight -- Planning in a global economy: Michael Goldberg / Steve Pomeroy -- Flexible friendly neighbourhood transit: A solution for the suburban transportation dilemma / Anton Nelessen & Linda Howe -- Planning proposals and urban development trends: Can the gap be bridged? / Pierre Filion -- New urbanism vs. conventional suburbanism / Ian Wight -- Gooderham and Worts tour / Tracey Schofield -- Le design urbain comme mode d'organisation des villes / Marie Lessard -- Computer modelling: An image of the future / Dr. Richard M. Levy -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Commentary|Commentaire / Walter Jamieson -- Hamilton-Wentworth Region sustainable community initiatives / Bill Pearce -- La coopération intergouvernementale : Pour mieux planifier l'avenir / Sophie Gaborit -- Fuzzy jargon and legalese / Tracey Schofield -- Resolving community development disputes: The Kamloops experience / Randy Diehl -- Trendsetters|Avant-garde -- People in the news|Les gens qui font les manchettes -- Tech update|Nouvelles tech -- Headlines|Manchettes -- [Book review] The transportation/land use connection by Terry Moore and Paul Thorsnes / David Kriger -- [Book review] Saving the countryside: Conserving rural character in the country side of southern Ontario by Brian Byrnes / William Addison -- [Critique de livre] Guide de conception des avant-projects routiers / Steve Ponton -- New books for waterfront planners / Dr. David Gordon -- [Book review] The drama of democracy: Contention and dispute in community planning by Jill Grant / John Bain Annual planning conference of CIP/APA/OPPI|Congrès annuel conjoint de l'ICU/APA/IPPO https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/8617/PC.35.5.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ontario Agricultural College;
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada

    This Christmas issue's agricultural articles feature how to be a successful farmer, the impact of margarine on the dairy industry, the production of winter eggs, clover seed production in Kenora, the impact of irrigation on Albertan agriculture, and the landscaping of rural properties. Articles that focus on an agriculture education address increasing agricultural education in rural schools, and the advantage of an agricultural education provided by a Short Course. Other articles include the simple life of Thoreau, and the Canadian Patriotic Fund. Christmas articles feature Christmas festivities of other lands, suggestions for a Christmas dinner, and a Christmas short story. This issue printed the winners of the O. A. C. Review's competition in short stories, poetry, photographs, and cartoons. Campus news reports on the new skating rink, the Student Co-operative Association election results, the Union Literary Society meetings, and the football games. There is also an obituary for the Minister of Agriculture. The Macdonald column reports on the Halloween masquerade. The Alumni column contains alumni news including additions to the honour roll, those killed in action, and letters from the Front. A New Year's message The unsuccessful farmer A letter an ordinary man might write Simplify! Simplify! More agriculture for rural schools Imitation butter The production of winter eggs Why a Short Course? Clover seed production in Kenora District Irrigation in Alberta The beautifying of our rural districts Works and wants of the Canadian Patriotic Fund Yuletide festivities Suggestions for the Christmas dinner Christmas at hillacres The Review competition In Pursuit of a Fly To My Pipe To the New Year Editorial Christmas Alumni Athletics College life Macdonald As You Think Locals

  • Publication . Journal . 1915
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ontario Agricultural College;
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada

    This graduation issue contains abundant photographs of the faculty, students, and executive committee members. This includes biographies and portrait photographs for each of the 1915 graduates from the Ontario Agricultural College and Macdonald Institute. Profiles and a class photograph are included for each of the class years (1915 to 1918) ranging from the freshman class to the graduating class. An Honor Roll is included of students from the class of 1915. Photographs and summaries of each of the college societies of the O. A. C. and Macdonald Institute are also contained in this issue. advertising Agricultural Survey of Ontario 1914 Locals Staff Year 1915, O. A. C. Year 1915 Honor Roll Year 1915, Macdonald Institute Juniors! Sixteen! O. A.. C. History of Year 1917 Year 1918 Student's Council O. A. C. Athletic Association The O. A. C. Review The Union Literary Society Philharmonic Society The Y. M. C. A. O. A. C. Rugby Team Apiculture Club The Y. W. C. A. Macdonald Athletic Association Macdonald Literary Society The Co-operative Society A suggestion to District Representatives

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ontario Agricultural College;
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada

    This issue is dedicated to the retiring English professor - Dr. O. J. Stevenson. In honour of Dr. Stevenson, a couple of articles recount his 25 years at the College and profile his achievements. The lead article is regarding the visit by the Governor General of Canada, Lord Tweedsmuir. The agricultural articles pertain to the new legislation of agricultural tariffs, the activities of the Canadian Chamber of Agriculture, and fundamentals of plant breeding. Ann Glendinning contributes an article on the question of country versus city living. Other articles report the activities of the International Club and a travel diary from Bermuda. The Macdonald Institute column contains poetry, a review of the Junior Girls Banquet, and photographs from the past school year. The centrefold is composed of photographs of the graduating O. A. C. students. The College Life column comments on the practical joke practiced on visiting girls and the start of the season for the O. A. C. Haymakers softball team. Alumni news provides alumni updates and changes to the graduate list. The Alumnae column reports on the preparations for summer events, a letter from an alumna living in Sudan, and marriage announcements. Highlighted at the end of the issue are the final examination results, and recipients of the scholarships, awards, and prizes. Editorial Their Excellencies visit the College The Canadian Chamber of Agriculture How do farmers stand it? W. J. Dunlop addresses International Club The new federal agricultural legislation Bermuda on the fly Dr. O. J. Stevenson, M. A., D. Paed., F. R. S. C. Men of letters comment on life and work of Dr. Stevenson Department of English Macdonald news The Cake '39 Graduation Year '39 Graduates College life Hybridization Alumni news Macdonald alumnae Results of final examinations, 1939

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ontario Agricultural College;
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada

    The highlight of this issue are the examination results and the convocation photographs. Profiled in this issue is the family of Anton Slovachik, a new Canadian family from Czechoslovakia who settled in Lambton County. Other articles report that an alumnus is competing on the 1938 Canadian Bisley Team, the consternation created by the German government's book donation, and preparation for thousands of summer visitors to the Ontario Agricultural College. The English department column provides updates on the recent acquisitions of paintings by the College. Agricultural articles pertain to the chemistry department's research into tobacco diseases and a soil survey, the dairy department's butter studies, and research about vitamin D. A professor writes of his travels through the West Indies. Preparation are being made for Farm and Home Week, 1938. Reprinted in the Alumni column is the photograph for the Class of 1895, biographies of the 1901 staff of the O. A. C. Review, and alumni updates. The Macdonald Institute column contains a senior student's reminiscence of attending the College. The Macdonald Alumnae column contains an alumna's letter and alumnae updates. This issue ends with the examination results and a listing of all of the scholarship, award, and medal winners. For the Graduates and others Anton Slovachik A good shot - and his reward The chemistry department attacks tobacco problems A vagabond cruise to the West Indies and Demarara Look this gift-horse in the mouth! Many thousands of summer visitors at the O. A. C. Economic research committee meets Department of English Co-operative testing a la mode Butter studies conducted in the Dairy Department Concerning two chemicals To the Class of '38 The Options - Year 1938 Scenes of May 17th The Graduates Shots Alumni news What do O. A. C. graduates so? Letter to the Editor Macdonald news Macdonald Alumnae Results of final examinations, 1938 advertising

  • Publication . Journal . 2009 . Embargo End Date: 06 Nov 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada
    Project: SSHRC

    A word from the president|Le mot du président / Blake Hudema -- From the senior editor|Le mot du rédacteur principal / Patrick G. Déoux -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Young professional planners: Making a difference, one person at a time / Michel Frojmovic -- CIP in China / David Palubeski -- A questions of perspectives / Hok-Lin Leung -- Changing perceptions: A second look at Costa Rican squatters / Enrique Peris -- Reflections on planning: Niagara County, New York & Niagara Region, Ontario / Jenn Burnett, Wayne Caldwell, John Farley, Amy Fisk, Eric Gilbert, Kate Hall, Jen Kirchner, Jess Klug, Mitch Morawetz, Jamal Nasir, & Ying Zhang -- Call centres as a strategy for downtown revitalization in Sudbury, Ontario / Laura Schatz & Laura C. Johnson -- From "experiment" to community engagement: The Institute of Urban Studies celebrates 40 years of research and action / Dr. Jino Distasio, Michael Dudley, & Brodie Lister -- Thinking and planning strategically|Penser et planifier de manière stratégique Planning without a net: The international experience|L'urbanisme sans filet : L'expérience internationale

  • Publication . Journal . 1952
    Open Access English
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    President's message|Le mot du président / John Livey -- Introduction|Introduction / Gerry Couture -- Dualism and the Canadian mosaic|La dualité : Un signe distinctif du Canada / Heather Lang-Runtz -- A representation of planning history in twentieth-century Canada|Un synopsis de l'histoire de l'urbanisme canadien au vingtième siècle -- Our common past: An interpretation of Canadian planning history|Retour sur le passé : Un suvol historique de l'urbanisme canadien / Jeanne M. Wolfe -- Thomas Adams, 1871-1940 / David Lewis Stein -- Canadian Institute of Planners|L'Institut canadien des urbanists / David H. Sherwood -- Regional planning: The Cinderella discipline|L'aménagement régional : Une discipline négligée / Gerald Hodge -- Regional planning and social choice: The challenge of the James Bay project|Aménagement régional et choix sociaux : Les défis du projet de la Baie James / Marie Lessard -- The Mactaquac Regional Development Plan|Le Plan de développement régional de la Mactaquac / Len Gertler -- Alberta's regional planning system|L'aménagement régional en Alberta / Peter Smith -- Preserving Canada's agricultural land|La conservation des terres agricoles du Canada / Christopher R. Bryant -- Canada in the twentieth century: Planning for conservation and the environment|Le Canada au vingtième siècle : L'aménagement et la conservation de l'environnement / Nigel H. Richardson -- The Commission of Conservation|La Commission de conservation / David Lewis Stein -- Planning for Canada's national parks|Aménagement des parcs nationaux du Canada / Murrary McComb -- Alberta's Eastern Slopes: An ecological and economic treasure house|Les versants de l'est de l'Alberta : Un trésor écologique et économique / Ian W. Dyson -- A light in the forest: The Niagara Escarpment Plan|Une lumière dans la nuit : Le plan d'aménagement de l'escarpement du Niagara / J.A. Curtin -- Canadian urban planning: A personal potpourri|Quelques réflexions sur l'urbanisme canadien / Walter Jamieson -- Toronto's suburban downtowns|Les centres suburbains de Toronto / Malcolm Matthew -- The planning of South False Creek|Le réaménagement de South False Creek / Ray Spaxman -- Partnerships for renewal: The Winnipeg Core Area Initiative|Ententes de rénovation : Action concertée dans le centre de Winnipeg / Jim August -- Montreal's City Plan: Learning from experience|Le Plan d'urbanisme de Montréal : Un apprentissage de la réalité montréalaise / Sylvain Ducas & Pierre Sainte-Marie -- Managing urban river corridors: Saskatoon's Meewasin Valley Authority|La rivière dans la ville : l'Agence du bassin de la Meewasin, à Saskatoon / Brijesh Mathur -- Don Mills, a paradigm of community design|Don Mills, paradigme de l'aménagement urbain / Macklin Hancock -- Heading for new mind?|Ver une nouvelle mentalité? / John Dakin -- Visions of the future|Vision de l'avenir / Jill Grant -- Engendering planning theory disourse|L'apport du féminisme à l'évolution de l'urbanisme / Sue Hendler & Sherilyn MacGregor -- Planners and city future|Les urbanistes et la ville l'avenir / Hok-Lin Leung -- Healthy communities: A CIP initiative| <> : Une initiative de l'ICU / Dave Witty -- Towards a sustainable society: CIP's agenda for the millennium|Ver une société durable : L'objectif de l'ICU pour l'an 2000 / Stephen Jewczyk -- Municipal restructuring: An opportunity for planners?|Restructuration municipale : Une bonne chose pour les urbanists? / Allan O'Brien -- The federal role: A rich heritage or severe discontinuity?|Le rôle fédéral : Riche héritage our discontinuité tragique? / Len Gertler -- The social challenges of sustainable community planning|Le défis sociaux de l'aménagement de collectivités durables / Denys Chamberland -- Slip-sliding into the future: Issues and problems facing the profession|Face à l'avenir : Changements et difficultés guettant la profession / John Sewell -- Reflections on the profession|Réflexions sur la profession / Jeff Fielding & Gerry Couture -- Taking the pulse of Canadian planners: A snapshot of the profession|Où en sont les urbanistes canadiens? / Dave Witty -- Canada's urban planning contributions to developing countries|L'urbanisme dans les pays en développement : Pour une stratégie canadienne / Pierre Aubry & Richard Bergeron -- Ecological plumbing in the twenty-first century|La plomberie écologique au vingt et unième siècle / Mary-Ellen Tyler Special edition: 75 years, 1919-1994|Édition spéciale : 75 ans, 1919-1994

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ontario Agricultural College;
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada

    This issue begins with an article about the history and mandate of the Canadian Officers Training Corp (C. O. T. C.). An article contributed by the College Secretary addresses the need for high school preparation of the new students, while another article provides suggestions for agricultural education in rural communities. Agricultural articles pertain to farm management and the high cost of food production, the necessity of salesmanship in the marketing of agricultural products, agriculture in the Algoma district, and the need to protect beneficial birds. Poultry articles address the limited lifecycle of an egg-producing hen, a humorous article regarding urban chickens, and the problems of poultry breeding. The horticultural article is focused on the summer care of orchards. The editorial comments on student enlistment and the duty of the men who stay behind. Campus news reports on the effects of the war on athletic participation, the Literary Society's debates, and campus elections. The Alumni column includes entries of enlistments in the military and other alumni activities. The Macdonald Institute column provides the Y. W. C. A. annual report and some college humour. While the Locals column provides campus humour. The Canadian Officers Training Corps Preparation for the course at the Ontario Agricultural College Some farm management problems Salesmanship The life cycle of the "200 egg hen" Summer care of orchards Practical hints to rural teachers Co-operation in advertising City chickens Agriculture in Algoma Bird protection The breeder's problem Editorial Athletics College life Alumni Macdonald Locals advertising

  • Publication . Journal . 1953
    Open Access English
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada
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  • Publication . Journal . 1995 . Embargo End Date: 06 Dec 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Vancouver Island University - Royal Roads University
    Country: Canada

    A new kind of sprawl|Une nouvelle forme d'étalement urbain / Hok-Lin Leung -- Being at the table and in the loop|Entrer dans le jeu, être dans le coup / Gerry Couture -- Letters|Courrier -- "Come to Toronto, discover the world": Conference an international planning extravaganza|<> : Congrès grandiose sur l'urbanisme international / Plan Canada's editorial staff -- Cities and a sustainable Earth: Maurice Strong / Ian Wight -- Planning in a global economy: Michael Goldberg / Steve Pomeroy -- Flexible friendly neighbourhood transit: A solution for the suburban transportation dilemma / Anton Nelessen & Linda Howe -- Planning proposals and urban development trends: Can the gap be bridged? / Pierre Filion -- New urbanism vs. conventional suburbanism / Ian Wight -- Gooderham and Worts tour / Tracey Schofield -- Le design urbain comme mode d'organisation des villes / Marie Lessard -- Computer modelling: An image of the future / Dr. Richard M. Levy -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Commentary|Commentaire / Walter Jamieson -- Hamilton-Wentworth Region sustainable community initiatives / Bill Pearce -- La coopération intergouvernementale : Pour mieux planifier l'avenir / Sophie Gaborit -- Fuzzy jargon and legalese / Tracey Schofield -- Resolving community development disputes: The Kamloops experience / Randy Diehl -- Trendsetters|Avant-garde -- People in the news|Les gens qui font les manchettes -- Tech update|Nouvelles tech -- Headlines|Manchettes -- [Book review] The transportation/land use connection by Terry Moore and Paul Thorsnes / David Kriger -- [Book review] Saving the countryside: Conserving rural character in the country side of southern Ontario by Brian Byrnes / William Addison -- [Critique de livre] Guide de conception des avant-projects routiers / Steve Ponton -- New books for waterfront planners / Dr. David Gordon -- [Book review] The drama of democracy: Contention and dispute in community planning by Jill Grant / John Bain Annual planning conference of CIP/APA/OPPI|Congrès annuel conjoint de l'ICU/APA/IPPO https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/8617/PC.35.5.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ontario Agricultural College;
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada

    This Christmas issue's agricultural articles feature how to be a successful farmer, the impact of margarine on the dairy industry, the production of winter eggs, clover seed production in Kenora, the impact of irrigation on Albertan agriculture, and the landscaping of rural properties. Articles that focus on an agriculture education address increasing agricultural education in rural schools, and the advantage of an agricultural education provided by a Short Course. Other articles include the simple life of Thoreau, and the Canadian Patriotic Fund. Christmas articles feature Christmas festivities of other lands, suggestions for a Christmas dinner, and a Christmas short story. This issue printed the winners of the O. A. C. Review's competition in short stories, poetry, photographs, and cartoons. Campus news reports on the new skating rink, the Student Co-operative Association election results, the Union Literary Society meetings, and the football games. There is also an obituary for the Minister of Agriculture. The Macdonald column reports on the Halloween masquerade. The Alumni column contains alumni news including additions to the honour roll, those killed in action, and letters from the Front. A New Year's message The unsuccessful farmer A letter an ordinary man might write Simplify! Simplify! More agriculture for rural schools Imitation butter The production of winter eggs Why a Short Course? Clover seed production in Kenora District Irrigation in Alberta The beautifying of our rural districts Works and wants of the Canadian Patriotic Fund Yuletide festivities Suggestions for the Christmas dinner Christmas at hillacres The Review competition In Pursuit of a Fly To My Pipe To the New Year Editorial Christmas Alumni Athletics College life Macdonald As You Think Locals

  • Publication . Journal . 1915
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ontario Agricultural College;
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada

    This graduation issue contains abundant photographs of the faculty, students, and executive committee members. This includes biographies and portrait photographs for each of the 1915 graduates from the Ontario Agricultural College and Macdonald Institute. Profiles and a class photograph are included for each of the class years (1915 to 1918) ranging from the freshman class to the graduating class. An Honor Roll is included of students from the class of 1915. Photographs and summaries of each of the college societies of the O. A. C. and Macdonald Institute are also contained in this issue. advertising Agricultural Survey of Ontario 1914 Locals Staff Year 1915, O. A. C. Year 1915 Honor Roll Year 1915, Macdonald Institute Juniors! Sixteen! O. A.. C. History of Year 1917 Year 1918 Student's Council O. A. C. Athletic Association The O. A. C. Review The Union Literary Society Philharmonic Society The Y. M. C. A. O. A. C. Rugby Team Apiculture Club The Y. W. C. A. Macdonald Athletic Association Macdonald Literary Society The Co-operative Society A suggestion to District Representatives

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ontario Agricultural College;
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada

    This issue is dedicated to the retiring English professor - Dr. O. J. Stevenson. In honour of Dr. Stevenson, a couple of articles recount his 25 years at the College and profile his achievements. The lead article is regarding the visit by the Governor General of Canada, Lord Tweedsmuir. The agricultural articles pertain to the new legislation of agricultural tariffs, the activities of the Canadian Chamber of Agriculture, and fundamentals of plant breeding. Ann Glendinning contributes an article on the question of country versus city living. Other articles report the activities of the International Club and a travel diary from Bermuda. The Macdonald Institute column contains poetry, a review of the Junior Girls Banquet, and photographs from the past school year. The centrefold is composed of photographs of the graduating O. A. C. students. The College Life column comments on the practical joke practiced on visiting girls and the start of the season for the O. A. C. Haymakers softball team. Alumni news provides alumni updates and changes to the graduate list. The Alumnae column reports on the preparations for summer events, a letter from an alumna living in Sudan, and marriage announcements. Highlighted at the end of the issue are the final examination results, and recipients of the scholarships, awards, and prizes. Editorial Their Excellencies visit the College The Canadian Chamber of Agriculture How do farmers stand it? W. J. Dunlop addresses International Club The new federal agricultural legislation Bermuda on the fly Dr. O. J. Stevenson, M. A., D. Paed., F. R. S. C. Men of letters comment on life and work of Dr. Stevenson Department of English Macdonald news The Cake '39 Graduation Year '39 Graduates College life Hybridization Alumni news Macdonald alumnae Results of final examinations, 1939

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ontario Agricultural College;
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada

    The highlight of this issue are the examination results and the convocation photographs. Profiled in this issue is the family of Anton Slovachik, a new Canadian family from Czechoslovakia who settled in Lambton County. Other articles report that an alumnus is competing on the 1938 Canadian Bisley Team, the consternation created by the German government's book donation, and preparation for thousands of summer visitors to the Ontario Agricultural College. The English department column provides updates on the recent acquisitions of paintings by the College. Agricultural articles pertain to the chemistry department's research into tobacco diseases and a soil survey, the dairy department's butter studies, and research about vitamin D. A professor writes of his travels through the West Indies. Preparation are being made for Farm and Home Week, 1938. Reprinted in the Alumni column is the photograph for the Class of 1895, biographies of the 1901 staff of the O. A. C. Review, and alumni updates. The Macdonald Institute column contains a senior student's reminiscence of attending the College. The Macdonald Alumnae column contains an alumna's letter and alumnae updates. This issue ends with the examination results and a listing of all of the scholarship, award, and medal winners. For the Graduates and others Anton Slovachik A good shot - and his reward The chemistry department attacks tobacco problems A vagabond cruise to the West Indies and Demarara Look this gift-horse in the mouth! Many thousands of summer visitors at the O. A. C. Economic research committee meets Department of English Co-operative testing a la mode Butter studies conducted in the Dairy Department Concerning two chemicals To the Class of '38 The Options - Year 1938 Scenes of May 17th The Graduates Shots Alumni news What do O. A. C. graduates so? Letter to the Editor Macdonald news Macdonald Alumnae Results of final examinations, 1938 advertising

  • Publication . Journal . 2009 . Embargo End Date: 06 Nov 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada
    Project: SSHRC

    A word from the president|Le mot du président / Blake Hudema -- From the senior editor|Le mot du rédacteur principal / Patrick G. Déoux -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Young professional planners: Making a difference, one person at a time / Michel Frojmovic -- CIP in China / David Palubeski -- A questions of perspectives / Hok-Lin Leung -- Changing perceptions: A second look at Costa Rican squatters / Enrique Peris -- Reflections on planning: Niagara County, New York & Niagara Region, Ontario / Jenn Burnett, Wayne Caldwell, John Farley, Amy Fisk, Eric Gilbert, Kate Hall, Jen Kirchner, Jess Klug, Mitch Morawetz, Jamal Nasir, & Ying Zhang -- Call centres as a strategy for downtown revitalization in Sudbury, Ontario / Laura Schatz & Laura C. Johnson -- From "experiment" to community engagement: The Institute of Urban Studies celebrates 40 years of research and action / Dr. Jino Distasio, Michael Dudley, & Brodie Lister -- Thinking and planning strategically|Penser et planifier de manière stratégique Planning without a net: The international experience|L'urbanisme sans filet : L'expérience internationale

  • Publication . Journal . 1952
    Open Access English
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    President's message|Le mot du président / John Livey -- Introduction|Introduction / Gerry Couture -- Dualism and the Canadian mosaic|La dualité : Un signe distinctif du Canada / Heather Lang-Runtz -- A representation of planning history in twentieth-century Canada|Un synopsis de l'histoire de l'urbanisme canadien au vingtième siècle -- Our common past: An interpretation of Canadian planning history|Retour sur le passé : Un suvol historique de l'urbanisme canadien / Jeanne M. Wolfe -- Thomas Adams, 1871-1940 / David Lewis Stein -- Canadian Institute of Planners|L'Institut canadien des urbanists / David H. Sherwood -- Regional planning: The Cinderella discipline|L'aménagement régional : Une discipline négligée / Gerald Hodge -- Regional planning and social choice: The challenge of the James Bay project|Aménagement régional et choix sociaux : Les défis du projet de la Baie James / Marie Lessard -- The Mactaquac Regional Development Plan|Le Plan de développement régional de la Mactaquac / Len Gertler -- Alberta's regional planning system|L'aménagement régional en Alberta / Peter Smith -- Preserving Canada's agricultural land|La conservation des terres agricoles du Canada / Christopher R. Bryant -- Canada in the twentieth century: Planning for conservation and the environment|Le Canada au vingtième siècle : L'aménagement et la conservation de l'environnement / Nigel H. Richardson -- The Commission of Conservation|La Commission de conservation / David Lewis Stein -- Planning for Canada's national parks|Aménagement des parcs nationaux du Canada / Murrary McComb -- Alberta's Eastern Slopes: An ecological and economic treasure house|Les versants de l'est de l'Alberta : Un trésor écologique et économique / Ian W. Dyson -- A light in the forest: The Niagara Escarpment Plan|Une lumière dans la nuit : Le plan d'aménagement de l'escarpement du Niagara / J.A. Curtin -- Canadian urban planning: A personal potpourri|Quelques réflexions sur l'urbanisme canadien / Walter Jamieson -- Toronto's suburban downtowns|Les centres suburbains de Toronto / Malcolm Matthew -- The planning of South False Creek|Le réaménagement de South False Creek / Ray Spaxman -- Partnerships for renewal: The Winnipeg Core Area Initiative|Ententes de rénovation : Action concertée dans le centre de Winnipeg / Jim August -- Montreal's City Plan: Learning from experience|Le Plan d'urbanisme de Montréal : Un apprentissage de la réalité montréalaise / Sylvain Ducas & Pierre Sainte-Marie -- Managing urban river corridors: Saskatoon's Meewasin Valley Authority|La rivière dans la ville : l'Agence du bassin de la Meewasin, à Saskatoon / Brijesh Mathur -- Don Mills, a paradigm of community design|Don Mills, paradigme de l'aménagement urbain / Macklin Hancock -- Heading for new mind?|Ver une nouvelle mentalité? / John Dakin -- Visions of the future|Vision de l'avenir / Jill Grant -- Engendering planning theory disourse|L'apport du féminisme à l'évolution de l'urbanisme / Sue Hendler & Sherilyn MacGregor -- Planners and city future|Les urbanistes et la ville l'avenir / Hok-Lin Leung -- Healthy communities: A CIP initiative| <> : Une initiative de l'ICU / Dave Witty -- Towards a sustainable society: CIP's agenda for the millennium|Ver une société durable : L'objectif de l'ICU pour l'an 2000 / Stephen Jewczyk -- Municipal restructuring: An opportunity for planners?|Restructuration municipale : Une bonne chose pour les urbanists? / Allan O'Brien -- The federal role: A rich heritage or severe discontinuity?|Le rôle fédéral : Riche héritage our discontinuité tragique? / Len Gertler -- The social challenges of sustainable community planning|Le défis sociaux de l'aménagement de collectivités durables / Denys Chamberland -- Slip-sliding into the future: Issues and problems facing the profession|Face à l'avenir : Changements et difficultés guettant la profession / John Sewell -- Reflections on the profession|Réflexions sur la profession / Jeff Fielding & Gerry Couture -- Taking the pulse of Canadian planners: A snapshot of the profession|Où en sont les urbanistes canadiens? / Dave Witty -- Canada's urban planning contributions to developing countries|L'urbanisme dans les pays en développement : Pour une stratégie canadienne / Pierre Aubry & Richard Bergeron -- Ecological plumbing in the twenty-first century|La plomberie écologique au vingt et unième siècle / Mary-Ellen Tyler Special edition: 75 years, 1919-1994|Édition spéciale : 75 ans, 1919-1994

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Ontario Agricultural College;
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada

    This issue begins with an article about the history and mandate of the Canadian Officers Training Corp (C. O. T. C.). An article contributed by the College Secretary addresses the need for high school preparation of the new students, while another article provides suggestions for agricultural education in rural communities. Agricultural articles pertain to farm management and the high cost of food production, the necessity of salesmanship in the marketing of agricultural products, agriculture in the Algoma district, and the need to protect beneficial birds. Poultry articles address the limited lifecycle of an egg-producing hen, a humorous article regarding urban chickens, and the problems of poultry breeding. The horticultural article is focused on the summer care of orchards. The editorial comments on student enlistment and the duty of the men who stay behind. Campus news reports on the effects of the war on athletic participation, the Literary Society's debates, and campus elections. The Alumni column includes entries of enlistments in the military and other alumni activities. The Macdonald Institute column provides the Y. W. C. A. annual report and some college humour. While the Locals column provides campus humour. The Canadian Officers Training Corps Preparation for the course at the Ontario Agricultural College Some farm management problems Salesmanship The life cycle of the "200 egg hen" Summer care of orchards Practical hints to rural teachers Co-operation in advertising City chickens Agriculture in Algoma Bird protection The breeder's problem Editorial Athletics College life Alumni Macdonald Locals advertising

  • Publication . Journal . 1953
    Open Access English
    Publisher: Ontario Agricultural College
    Country: Canada
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