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  • Publication . Journal . 2018 . Embargo End Date: 07 May 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Vancouver Island University - Royal Roads University
    Country: Canada

    From CIP's president|Le mot du président de l'ICU / Patrick G. Déoux -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Professional planning: On the horns of the modern/postmodern dilemma|La profession d'urbaniste: Face à un dilemme entre modernisme et postmodernisme / Ian Wight -- A portrait of postmodern planning: Anti-hero and/or passionate pilgrim? / Leonie Sandercock -- Rummaging in the compost / Gary Davidson -- Towards collaboration between planning practitioners and academics / David R. Witty -- Reflections on planning professionalism / Mark Seasons -- Professional meets personal: Bringing the whole self to work / Reg Lang -- So, what's a profession?: And how does CIP-style planning rate? / Nancy Marshall -- Teaching professional practice in Canadian planning schools / John A. Curry -- Environmental values and professionalism in planning: A case study / Andrew Gowdy & Sue Hendler -- Bridging the gap: Cloaking professionalism / Sandra Smith -- Book review|Lu pour vous: Beware of monstrous hybrids! A professional planning perspective on Jane Jacobs' Systems of survival / David D. Brown -- Royal Australian Planning Institute / Barrie Melotte https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/6057/PlanCanada.39.2.FULL.pdf?sequence=4 Planning professionalism|Pratique et perspectives de l'urbanisme

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Welcome to the first Plan Canada issue of 1998!|Voici le premier numéro de Plan Canada de 1998! / Nancy Marshall -- Community development in creations services: Why not? / Peggy Hutchison -- Leisure seizure: Community cultural development / Kate Sparrow -- Tourism and the Lachine Canada / Mark London -- Planning for the deluge: National parks' communities and tourism / Neil MacDonald & Sandy Aumonier -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- If a tree falls in an empty forest, does it make a noise? If nobody reads a planning report, does it make a difference? / Philippa Campsie -- Aggregate assault: Natural resource management at the municipal level - the use of soil removal by-laws to control aggregate extraction in British Columbia / Douglas Baker, Brian Bowman, & Jason Llewellyn -- Empty spaces, dangerous places|Espaces vides, endroits dangereux / Tom McKay -- I'd rather take a ferry|Je préfère prendre le traversier / Sarah Duncan & Brock Enderton -- A different perspective|Une perspective différente / Trevor Budge -- In the news|Les actualités -- [Review] Jane Jacobs: Ideas that matter - an international gathering to create and share knowledge, October 15-19, 1997, Toronto, Ontario, Canada / Barry Braitman -- [Book review] Unplanned suburbs: Toronto's American tragedy 1900 to 1950 by Richard Harris / James Mellon -- [Book review] Strategic changes and organizational reorientations in local government: A cross-national perspective edited by Nahum Ben-Elia / James Mellon Tourism, arts and recreation planning|La planification du tourisme, des arts et des loisirs https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/8529/PC.38.1.pdf?sequence=4

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

    Absent voices?: Dialogue on multicultural planning|Des voix silencieuses? : Dialogue sur l'urbanisme multicultural / Marci Wallace -- Letters|Courrier -- The weight of the system: The effects of institutional structures on planners' creativity and flexibility / Pierre Filion -- Planning opportunities in Malaysia: An untapped market / Noel Hulsman -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Le Réseau Vert de Montréal : Les contraintes environnementales dans l'appropriation des espaces libres / Gilles Sénécal & Diane St-Laurent avec Marcella Munoz -- [Review] Hazardous materials/wastes: Social aspects of facility planning and management (Symposium proceedings, Institute for Social Impact Assessment) / Cameron McEwen -- [Review] Canadian Journal of Urban Research, June 1995 / David MacLeod -- [Book review] Lewis Mumford and the ecological region: The politics of planning by Mark Luccarelli / Don Alexander -- [Book Review] Governing Canada's city-regions: Adapting form to function by Andrew Sancton / James G. Mellon -- Flex housing: Affordable, adaptable, and marketable: New housing market to change the way we build homes|Abordable, adaptable et vendable : Un nouveau marché de l'habitation, une nouvelle façon de construire https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/8578/PC.37.1.FULL.pdf?sequence=3 Sympathy for the bedeviled: A planners plight

  • Open Access English
    Publisher: Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University
    Country: Canada

    The volume 3, issue 1 of the International Journal of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/22986/V3I1.pdf?sequence=3&isAllowed=y

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    A word from the president|Le mot du président / Mark Seasons -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Canada's place in the world of planning|Le Canada et l'urbanisme / Robert Shipley -- Sustainable communities: Lessons from Japan / Jill Grant -- Un canadien errant: Travels in the Middle East / David Kriger -- The transfer of GIS technology to community planning in Peru / Brent Hall, Daniel Crouse, and Paul A. Peters -- Queen's University in China / Hok Link Leung -- Environmental effects: A Canadian planner goes "troppo" in New Zealand / Doug Leighton -- A Canadian consortium for urban environmental management in Southeast Asia / Walter Jamieson, Pawinee Sunalai, and Pallavi Mandke -- Tackling the challenges of urbanization in the Philippines / Andrew Farncombe -- Canadian planning education at work in East Africa / Isaac Karanja Mwangi -- The Carnival and planning in Trinidad and Tobago / Clare Mochrie -- Cabs, politics, and planning / Darren Gault -- WorldLink: International work experience for young Canadian planners -- Investing in human software: the impact of Community-University Research Alliances on "social change" / Marc Renaud -- Local economic development project in Ukraine / Wayne Heide -- A vision for the "Secret City": Urban design guidelines for a former Soviet military base in Latvia / Sinisa (Sonny) Tomich -- The learning curve|L'acquisition du savoir / Jaime Orser -- Book review|Lu pour vous: American dreamscape: The pursuit of happiness in postwar suburbia by Tom Martinson / J. Michael Noonan https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/5363/PC.2001.41.2.FULL.pdf?sequence=3 Canadians at home in the world|Des Canadiens chez eux dans le monde

  • Publication . Journal . 2018 . Embargo End Date: 13 Nov 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Vancouver Island University - Royal Roads University
    Country: Canada

    From the editor|Du bureau de l'éditeur / Nancy Marshall -- Letters|Courrier -- That thing called public involvement / Nancy Marshall & Richard Roberts -- Citizens' bane / John L. Blakney -- When theory meets practice: Citizen participation in planning / Ann McAfee -- CityPlan: Participation or abdication? / Michael & Julie Seelig -- Technically speaking / David Zussman & Jennifer L. Smith -- Taking the pulse of Canadian health and health care / Rhonda Ferderber, Marie Fortier, & Janice Hopkins -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- The RESPECT Model: Moving toward effective decision-making / Nancy Hofmann & Gary Davidson -- ICURR's database provides a range of public consultation resources|La banque de données du CIRUR offre un vaste éventail de ressources en consultation publique / Wayne Berry -- Wide range|Large éventail / Jean-Marc Chouinard -- Why professors should also be professionals|Pourquoi les professeurs devraient aussi être des praticiens professionnels / Reiner Jaakson -- Behind every great plan is a planner, and behind very planner is a planning technician: Here's what they do|Derrière tout grand plan d'aménagement se cache un urbaniste; derrière tout urbaniste se cache un technicien en urbanisme : Voici en quoi consiste le travail de ce dernier / Alton Glenn -- In the news|Les actualités -- [Book review] A guide to public involvement and interactive planning software / Daniel Normandeau https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/8558/PC.37.3.FULL.pdf?sequence=3 Pages 3-6 of CIP news|Échos de l'ICU section missing. Planning and the public|L'urbanisme et le public

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

    Canada in 2050: What does the future look like?|Le Canada en 2050 : À quoi ressemble l’avenir? / Glenn Miller & Ray Tomalty -- On a different path towards 2050: Future-proofing cities against climate change / David Miller -- Planning plausible futures / Sarah Krapez, Blair Underhill, & Robert Barrs -- Plan UX: Designing plans and processes for a rapidly changing world / Robert Barrs & Kasia Tota -- Social infrastructure: Increasing quality of life amid an uncertain futures / Dylan Thiessen -- Transforming Vancouver into a water sensitive city by 2020 / Julie McManus & Wendy de Hoog -- Planning education: The next generation / Markus Moos -- Immigrants in suburbs are restructuring the Toronto Region / Mohammad A. Qadeer -- CIP and COVID-19|L'ICU et la COVID-19 / Beth McMahon -- John Merton Wright: 1929-1999 / Nicholas Tunnacliffe Canada in 2050|Le Canada en 2050 Canada in 2050: What does the future look like?|Le Canada en 2050 : À quoi ressemble l’avenir? / Glenn Miller & Ray Tomalty -- On a different path towards 2050: Future-proofing cities against climate change / David Miller -- Planning plausible futures / Sarah Krapez, Blair Underhill, & Robert Barrs -- Plan UX: Designing plans and processes for a rapidly changing world / Robert Barrs & Kasia Tota -- Social infrastructure: Increasing quality of life amid an uncertain futures / Dylan Thiessen -- Transforming Vancouver into a water sensitive city by 2020 / Julie McManus & Wendy de Hoog -- Planning education: The next generation / Markus Moos -- Immigrants in suburbs are restructuring the Toronto Region / Mohammad A. Qadeer -- CIP and COVID-19|L'ICU et la COVID-19 / Beth McMahon -- John Merton Wright: 1929-1999 / Nicholas Tunnacliffe https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/25291/PlanCanada_Summer2020.pdf?sequence=3

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    A word from the president|Le mot du président de l'ICU / Don Harasym -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- The omnibus issue|Horizons divers / Nancy Marshall -- Don't be a drip: Planning for water efficiency / John Blanchin -- Sense of community and neighbourliness in Vancouver suburban communities: The Picket Fence Project / Cherie Enns & Jennifer Wilson -- Can planning save the suburbs? / Jill Grant -- Ecological rehabilitation: A new challenge for planners / Soonya P. Quon, Larry R.G. Martin, & Stephen Murphy -- City planning in an economy in transition / Reg McLemore -- Planning in Bolivia / Chad Townsend -- The learning curve|L'acquisition du savoir / Andrew Baigent -- The academic nexus|Le lien académique / John Curry -- Book reviews|Lus pour vous: Explorations in planning theory / Raphaël Fischler; Rethinking restructuring: Gender and change in Canada / Isabella Bakker; Our cities, our future: Policies and action plans for health and sustainable development / David MacLeod https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/6126/PC.1999.39.4.FULL.pdf?sequence=3 The omnibus issue|Horizons divers

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    (:Unkn) Unknown;
    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    A word from the president|Le mot du président / Don Harasym -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- From the editors: Capital cities - perspectives and convergence|Le mot des rédacteurs principaux: Les capitales...perspectives et convergence / Pierre Dubé & David Gordon -- The changing role of capital cities / Sir Peter Hall -- Designing a new stage for German power / Michael Z. Wise -- Brasilia: A national project for development and integration / Joaquim Domingos Roriz -- A century of urban planning and building in Canada's Capital Region / François Lapointe & Pierre Dubé -- Planning Canberra and Ottawa: More differences than similarities / David Gordon -- A Canadian portrait: Canadian provincial and territories cities|Un portrait canadien : Villes des provinces canadiennes et des Territoires / Kathy Watson -- St. John's: The Atlantic entrance to the new world / Ken O'Brien -- Charlottetown: Canada's birthplace / Joan Cumming -- Two hundred years of planning in Fredericton / Alex Forbes & Bill DeGrace -- The revitalization of Halifax / Daniel Norris & Lori Patterson -- La capitale nationale du Québec / Serge Filion -- Toronto: Evolving capital of Ontario / Robert Glover -- Capitalizing on provincial capital status: A novel strategy for Winnipeg / Ian Wight -- Regina: Division and reintegration / Barry Braitman -- Edmonton: Doing things right / Bruce Duncan -- British Columbia's Provincial Capital Commission: Its role in shaping the image of Victoria / Dave Morris -- Yellowknife: Diamond capital of North America / Jamie Smyth -- Whitehorse: The Yukon River Corridor Plan / Lesley Cabott -- Iqaluit: The next thirty years -- Capital cities, special cities: How to ensure their successful development / Caroline Andrew & John Taylor -- Plan reviews: Extending the legacy: Planning America's capital for the 21st century by the National Capital Planning Commission / Mark Seasons & Plan for Canada's capital: A second century of vision, planning and development by the National Capital Commission of Canada / William Dowd, Eugene Keller, Denise Liebowitz, George Toop, & Nancy Witherell -- The academic nexus|Le lien académique / Hok-Lin Leung -- The learning curve|L'acquisition du savoir / Andrew Baigent Capital cities: Perspective and convergence|Les capitales: Perspectives et convergences https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/6554/PC.40.3.FULL.pdf?sequence=4

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

    Planning for the unknown: Responding to threats and disruptions|Planifier en tenant compte des imprévus : Comment réagir face aux menaces et aux pertubations / Kent Munro & Timothy Shah -- Keeping an eye on the prize: Embedding planned benefits into project delivery / Reiner Kravis & Joshua Engel-Yan -- Rising waters: Planning for climate change challenges / Carla Stewart & Matt Osler -- Building community resilience in Vancouver's Chinatown / Leslie Shieh & Jessica Chen -- Airbnb and the struggle for the city: From Amsterdam to Toronto and beyond / Brian Doucet -- Riding the wave: Planning for ride-hailing in Canadian communities / Victor Ngo -- Shifting gears for the automated vehicle / Élyse Comeau -- Adjusting to Toronto's new reality / Mohammad Qadeer & Sandeep Agrawal, with assistance from Waleed Babary & Cody Gretzinger -- Back to the future again: Are planners relearning the traditions of civic design? / Lance Berelowitz -- RPP-ortability -- The gender question|La question de genre / Mary Bishop -- [Book review] Build over there: Understanding the government's role in shaping cities, by Hamish Barrell / Amber Couse Planning for the unknown|Planifier en tenant compte des imprévus Planning for the unknown: Responding to threats and disruptions|Planifier en tenant compte des imprévus : Comment réagir face aux menaces et aux pertubations / Kent Munro & Timothy Shah -- Keeping an eye on the prize: Embedding planned benefits into project delivery / Reiner Kravis & Joshua Engel-Yan -- Rising waters: Planning for climate change challenges / Carla Stewart & Matt Osler -- Building community resilience in Vancouver's Chinatown / Leslie Shieh & Jessica Chen -- Airbnb and the struggle for the city: From Amsterdam to Toronto and beyond / Brian Doucet -- Riding the wave: Planning for ride-hailing in Canadian communities / Victor Ngo -- Shifting gears for the automated vehicle / Élyse Comeau -- Adjusting to Toronto's new reality / Mohammad Qadeer & Sandeep Agrawal, with assistance from Waleed Babary & Cody Gretzinger -- Back to the future again: Are planners relearning the traditions of civic design? / Lance Berelowitz -- RPP-ortability -- The gender question|La question de genre / Mary Bishop -- [Book review] Build over there: Understanding the government's role in shaping cities, by Hamish Barrell / Amber Couse https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/22286/PC.58.2.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

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