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  • 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
    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
    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

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

    Mobility for all|Mobilité pour tous / Kent Munro & Timothy Shah -- Making accessibility accessible for planners / Madalena Harrernan-Fernandes & Ahmed El-Geneidy -- Got transit?: Potential planner responses to common questions about public transit / Tania Wegwitz -- How Kingston doubled its transit ridership within 10 years / Preston L. Schiller -- Transit-oriented development: What can Canadian planners learn from others? / Ren Thomas -- Innisfil transit: Powered by Uber / Paul Pentikainen -- Planners take the wheel / Michelle Berquist -- Getting us all there: Including equity in transportation planning / Orly Linovski & Nadia Galati -- Prioritization and pizza: Applying a solution to a pizza problem as a proxy for a transportation problem / Stephen Oliver -- Electric bicycles: Can they reduce driving and emissions in Canada? / Alexander Bigazzi & Elmira Berjisian -- Delivering last-mile solutions: A feasibility analysis of microhubs and cyclelogistics in the GTHA / Janelle Lee & Carolyn Kim -- CIP honour and awards|L'ICU honneurs et prix -- Blanche Lemco van Ginkel -- [Book review] Showing the way: Peter Oberlander and the imperative of global citizenship / David Witty Mobility for all|Mobilité pour tous https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23365/PC.59.2.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

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

    Introduction to the centenary special issue|Introduction au numéro spécial du centenaire -- Our common past?: A re-interpretation of Canadian planning histories|Notre passé commun ? : Une réinterprétation des histories de l'urbanisme au Canada / Jeanne M. Wolfe, David L.A. Gordon, & Raphaël Fischler -- Indigenous rights and planning: From recognition to meaningful coexistence?|Les droits des Autochtones et l'urbanisme : De la reconnaissance à une coexistence significative? / Janice Barry & Joelle McNeil/Cassidy -- The contribution of landscape architecture to urban planning, past and present|Contribution passée et actuelle de l'architecture de paysage à l'urbanisme / Ron Williams -- Rural connections: The evolution of rural and small town planning in Canada|Connexions rurales : L'évolution de l'aménagement rural et des petites localités au Canada / Wayne J. Caldwell -- Regional planning: A new agenda for the Cinderella discipline|L'aménagement régional : Nouveau programme pour la discipline cendrillon / Heather M. Hall -- Unleashing the true power of urban design|Libérer le vrai pouvoir du design urbain / Ken Greenberg -- World Heritage cities: Evolving approaches to urban planning|Villes du patrimoine mondial : L'évolution des approches en matière d'urbanisme / Christina Cameron -- 'The City Healthy': A history of public health and planning in Canada|> : Histoire de la santé publique et de l'urbanisme au Canada / Trevor Hancock -- Women and planning in Canada: The first 100 years|Les femmes et l'urbanisme au Canada : Les 100 premières années / Julia Markovich -- Ecological footprint analysis: A product of epiphany and serendipity|Analyse de l'empreinte écologique : Entre la révélation et l'heureux hasard / William E. Rees -- Eye of the storm: Partnerships in climate change planning|L'oeil de la tempête : Partenariats dans la planification en matière de changement climatique / Beate Bowron & Gary Davidson -- Master planned communities|Communautés planifiées / Pierre Filion -- Big-city planning: Memories and insights|L'aménagement des grandes villes : Souveniers et réflexions / Larry Beasley -- Montreal, rebuilding from within|La ville sur elle-même : Montréal, un projet de reconstruction / Sylvain Ducas -- Into post-suburbia?: Planning the Canadian periphery after the suburb|Arrivons-nous à l'ère postsuburbaine? : Après la banlieue, l'aménagement en périphérie / Roger Keil -- Multicultural planning: Evolution and scope in the Canadian context|Aménagement multiculturel : Évolution et portée dans le contexte canadien / Mohammad A. Qadeer & Sandeep Agrawal -- Form-based codes in Canada|Le zonage fondé sur la forme au Canada / Hazel Borys -- Quebec urbanism: Between achievements and challenges|L'urbanisme québécois : Entre acquis et défis / Gérard Beaudet -- The future of planning education|L'avenir de la formation en urbanisme / Jill L. Grant -- Beyond the flatlands: Experimenting with film as a planning methodology|Au-delà de la représentation bidimensionnelle : L'expérimentation avec le film comme méthode en urbanisme / Leonie Sandercock -- Urban planning for transition: A Montreal experiment|L'urbanisme de la transition : Une expérience montréalaise / Franck Scherrer -- Urban technology: The rise of the 'innovation machine'|Technologie urbaine : L'avènement du > / Richard Shearmur & David Wachsmuth -- The future is not what it used to be: Changing travel demands and their implications for transport planning|L'avenir n'est plus ce qu'il était : Les besoins changeants en déplacement et leurs conséquences pour la planification des transports / Todd Litman -- Infrastructure planning: At a crossroads|Le planification des l'infrastructures : À la croisée des chemins / Matti Siemiatycki -- Food for thought: The future of food systems planning in Canada|Pour alimenter la réflexion : L'avenir de la planification des systèmes alimentaires au Canada / Alison Blay-Palmer & Karen Landman -- Changing times, changing cities: The implications of generational change for planning|Les temps changement, les villes aussi : Les conséquences des changements générationnels pour l'urbanisme / Markus Moos -- Planning and public health: The need to work together - again!|Aménagement et santé publique : le besoins de travailler ensemble...encore! / Karen Lee -- Right to the city: Human rights and Candians cities|Le droit à la ville : Les droits de la personne et les villes canadiennes / Sandeep Agrawal -- 'All our relations': A future for planning|> : Un avenir pour l'urbanisme / Leela Viswanathan Celebrating 100 years|Célébrons ces 100 ans Introduction to the centenary special issue|Introduction au numéro spécial du centenaire -- Our common past?: A re-interpretation of Canadian planning histories|Notre passé commun ? : Une réinterprétation des histories de l'urbanisme au Canada / Jeanne M. Wolfe, David L.A. Gordon, & Raphaël Fischler -- Indigenous rights and planning: From recognition to meaningful coexistence?|Les droits des Autochtones et l'urbanisme : De la reconnaissance à une coexistence significative? / Janice Barry & Joelle McNeil/Cassidy -- The contribution of landscape architecture to urban planning, past and present|Contribution passée et actuelle de l'architecture de paysage à l'urbanisme / Ron Williams -- Rural connections: The evolution of rural and small town planning in Canada|Connexions rurales : L'évolution de l'aménagement rural et des petites localités au Canada / Wayne J. Caldwell -- Regional planning: A new agenda for the Cinderella discipline|L'aménagement régional : Nouveau programme pour la discipline cendrillon / Heather M. Hall -- Unleashing the true power of urban design|Libérer le vrai pouvoir du design urbain / Ken Greenberg -- World Heritage cities: Evolving approaches to urban planning|Villes du patrimoine mondial : L'évolution des approches en matière d'urbanisme / Christina Cameron -- 'The City Healthy': A history of public health and planning in Canada|> : Histoire de la santé publique et de l'urbanisme au Canada / Trevor Hancock -- Women and planning in Canada: The first 100 years|Les femmes et l'urbanisme au Canada : Les 100 premières années / Julia Markovich -- Ecological footprint analysis: A product of epiphany and serendipity|Analyse de l'empreinte écologique : Entre la révélation et l'heureux hasard / William E. Rees -- Eye of the storm: Partnerships in climate change planning|L'oeil de la tempête : Partenariats dans la planification en matière de changement climatique / Beate Bowron & Gary Davidson -- Master planned communities|Communautés planifiées / Pierre Filion -- Big-city planning: Memories and insights|L'aménagement des grandes villes : Souveniers et réflexions / Larry Beasley -- Montreal, rebuilding from within|La ville sur elle-même : Montréal, un projet de reconstruction / Sylvain Ducas -- Into post-suburbia?: Planning the Canadian periphery after the suburb|Arrivons-nous à l'ère postsuburbaine? : Après la banlieue, l'aménagement en périphérie / Roger Keil -- Multicultural planning: Evolution and scope in the Canadian context|Aménagement multiculturel : Évolution et portée dans le contexte canadien / Mohammad A. Qadeer & Sandeep Agrawal -- Form-based codes in Canada|Le zonage fondé sur la forme au Canada / Hazel Borys -- Quebec urbanism: Between achievements and challenges|L'urbanisme québécois : Entre acquis et défis / Gérard Beaudet -- The future of planning education|L'avenir de la formation en urbanisme / Jill L. Grant -- Beyond the flatlands: Experimenting with film as a planning methodology|Au-delà de la représentation bidimensionnelle : L'expérimentation avec le film comme méthode en urbanisme / Leonie Sandercock -- Urban planning for transition: A Montreal experiment|L'urbanisme de la transition : Une expérience montréalaise / Franck Scherrer -- Urban technology: The rise of the 'innovation machine'|Technologie urbaine : L'avènement du > / Richard Shearmur & David Wachsmuth -- The future is not what it used to be: Changing travel demands and their implications for transport planning|L'avenir n'est plus ce qu'il était : Les besoins changeants en déplacement et leurs conséquences pour la planification des transports / Todd Litman -- Infrastructure planning: At a crossroads|Le planification des l'infrastructures : À la croisée des chemins / Matti Siemiatycki -- Food for thought: The future of food systems planning in Canada|Pour alimenter la réflexion : L'avenir de la planification des systèmes alimentaires au Canada / Alison Blay-Palmer & Karen Landman -- Changing times, changing cities: The implications of generational change for planning|Les temps changement, les villes aussi : Les conséquences des changements générationnels pour l'urbanisme / Markus Moos -- Planning and public health: The need to work together - again!|Aménagement et santé publique : le besoins de travailler ensemble...encore! / Karen Lee -- Right to the city: Human rights and Candians cities|Le droit à la ville : Les droits de la personne et les villes canadiennes / Sandeep Agrawal -- 'All our relations': A future for planning|> : Un avenir pour l'urbanisme / Leela Viswanathan 100th anniversary issue https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23360/PC.59.1.FULL.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: Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University
    Country: Canada

    Volume 4, Issue 1 of the International Journal of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23303/V4I1.pdf?sequence=3

  • Publication . Journal . 2018 . Embargo End Date: 07 Jan 2020
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    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada
    Project: SSHRC

    Portraits in planning from across Canada|Coups d'oeil sur l'urbanisme à travers le Canada / Pamela Shaw -- Something new for the planner's toolkit?: Citizens' assemblies in community planning / Kent Munro -- Urban magnets: Innovative lessons from Granville Island on authenticity and economic development / Mark Holland -- Building great neighbourhoods: Recalibrating Currie / Sasha Tsenkova & Chris Elkey -- Public art: Creating a culturally vibrant region in Wood Buffalo / Nabil Malik -- Barriers to intensification: Regina's Warehouse District -- Idle, no more: Defining a planner's role when civic protest erupts / Jason Syvixay -- Kitchener grows up: Tall building guidelines for mid-sized cities / Dayna Edwards & Adam Clark -- A litmus test for neighbourhood change / Sarah Christensen, Richard Harris, & Kathleen Kinsella -- "Back from the dead": Halifax's downtown revival / Jill L. Grant, Ben Abbott, A.J. Taylor, & Qianqiao Zhu -- Plan evaluation: The elephant in the room|Évaluation d'un plan : Un sujet brûlant et délicat / Mark Seasons -- [Book review] Multicultural cities: Toronto, New York, and Los Angeles, by Mohammad Abdul Qadeer / Niger Sultana Portraits in planning from across Canada

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

    Leading global practices: International perspectives for local insights|Pratiques de pointe à l'échelle mondiale : Perspectives internationales pour une vision locale / Robert Catherall & Ken Forrest -- Inclusionary zoning: Six insights from international experience / Martine August & Giuseppe Tolfo -- The city after dark: A European approach to nightlife / Stacey Forrester -- Remembering Habitat '76: A landmark moment of international planning and optimism / Robin Koning, Andrew Martin, & Penny Gurstein -- Lessons from America's midrise capital: Planning in DC -- Marine spatial planning: A planning tool to improve Canada's ocean management and governance / Erin Stapleton -- Planning Peru forward / Rukshan de Silva -- Smart growth success story?: Commercial redevelopment and neighbourhood change in Halifax's North End / Anne Totten & Mikiko Terashima -- H. Peter Oberland (1922-2008) obituary / Ken Cameron -- [Book review] Trees and the law in Canada, by Julian A. Dunster / David Witty From global to local|D'une approche internationale à une approche locale Leading global practices: International perspectives for local insights|Pratiques de pointe à l'échelle mondiale : Perspectives internationales pour une vision locale / Robert Catherall & Ken Forrest -- Inclusionary zoning: Six insights from international experience / Martine August & Giuseppe Tolfo -- The city after dark: A European approach to nightlife / Stacey Forrester -- Remembering Habitat '76: A landmark moment of international planning and optimism / Robin Koning, Andrew Martin, & Penny Gurstein -- Lessons from America's midrise capital: Planning in DC -- Marine spatial planning: A planning tool to improve Canada's ocean management and governance / Erin Stapleton -- Planning Peru forward / Rukshan de Silva -- Smart growth success story?: Commercial redevelopment and neighbourhood change in Halifax's North End / Anne Totten & Mikiko Terashima -- H. Peter Oberland (1922-2008) obituary / Ken Cameron -- [Book review] Trees and the law in Canada, by Julian A. Dunster / David Witty https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23003/PC.58.4.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

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

    Planning around the edges|Les limites territoriales des municipalités / Sandeep Agrawal -- A view from Alberta: Municipal boundary adjustment / Sandeep Agrawal -- Treaty land entitlements: Urban reserves in the Winnipeg Metropolitan Area / Alex Hallborn, Emily Halldorson, & Janice Barry -- A watershed for collaboration: A multi-jurisdictional approach to Indigenous water stewardship / Robert Patrick, Graham Strickert, Tim Jardine, & Warrick Baijius -- Planning for the ballot box: Setting electoral boundaries in Nova Scotia / John Heseltine -- A ladder of municipal integration / John Heseltine -- The power of engagement: Planning during an annexation / Stephen Yu & Ryan Eidick -- CIP awards -- Public toilets, accessibility, and human rights: A Winnipeg pop-up campaign / Rae St. Clair Bridgman & Wins Bridgman -- Legal implications of climate change: Opportunities and risks for the professional planner / Joanna Kyriazis & Christine Callihoo -- Professional ethics, lobbying and post-employment conduct|Éthique, lobbying et conduite après-mandat / Bill Buholzer & John Steil -- Another perspective on Airbnb / Mary Tasi Planning around the edges|Les limites territoriales des municipalités Planning around the edges|Les limites territoriales des municipalités / Sandeep Agrawal -- A view from Alberta: Municipal boundary adjustment / Sandeep Agrawal -- Treaty land entitlements: Urban reserves in the Winnipeg Metropolitan Area / Alex Hallborn, Emily Halldorson, & Janice Barry -- A watershed for collaboration: A multi-jurisdictional approach to Indigenous water stewardship / Robert Patrick, Graham Strickert, Tim Jardine, & Warrick Baijius -- Planning for the ballot box: Setting electoral boundaries in Nova Scotia / John Heseltine -- A ladder of municipal integration / John Heseltine -- The power of engagement: Planning during an annexation / Stephen Yu & Ryan Eidick -- CIP awards -- Public toilets, accessibility, and human rights: A Winnipeg pop-up campaign / Rae St. Clair Bridgman & Wins Bridgman -- Legal implications of climate change: Opportunities and risks for the professional planner / Joanna Kyriazis & Christine Callihoo -- Professional ethics, lobbying and post-employment conduct|Éthique, lobbying et conduite après-mandat / Bill Buholzer & John Steil -- Another perspective on Airbnb / Mary Tasi https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/22331/PC.58.3.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

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  • 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
    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
    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

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

    Mobility for all|Mobilité pour tous / Kent Munro & Timothy Shah -- Making accessibility accessible for planners / Madalena Harrernan-Fernandes & Ahmed El-Geneidy -- Got transit?: Potential planner responses to common questions about public transit / Tania Wegwitz -- How Kingston doubled its transit ridership within 10 years / Preston L. Schiller -- Transit-oriented development: What can Canadian planners learn from others? / Ren Thomas -- Innisfil transit: Powered by Uber / Paul Pentikainen -- Planners take the wheel / Michelle Berquist -- Getting us all there: Including equity in transportation planning / Orly Linovski & Nadia Galati -- Prioritization and pizza: Applying a solution to a pizza problem as a proxy for a transportation problem / Stephen Oliver -- Electric bicycles: Can they reduce driving and emissions in Canada? / Alexander Bigazzi & Elmira Berjisian -- Delivering last-mile solutions: A feasibility analysis of microhubs and cyclelogistics in the GTHA / Janelle Lee & Carolyn Kim -- CIP honour and awards|L'ICU honneurs et prix -- Blanche Lemco van Ginkel -- [Book review] Showing the way: Peter Oberlander and the imperative of global citizenship / David Witty Mobility for all|Mobilité pour tous https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23365/PC.59.2.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

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

    Introduction to the centenary special issue|Introduction au numéro spécial du centenaire -- Our common past?: A re-interpretation of Canadian planning histories|Notre passé commun ? : Une réinterprétation des histories de l'urbanisme au Canada / Jeanne M. Wolfe, David L.A. Gordon, & Raphaël Fischler -- Indigenous rights and planning: From recognition to meaningful coexistence?|Les droits des Autochtones et l'urbanisme : De la reconnaissance à une coexistence significative? / Janice Barry & Joelle McNeil/Cassidy -- The contribution of landscape architecture to urban planning, past and present|Contribution passée et actuelle de l'architecture de paysage à l'urbanisme / Ron Williams -- Rural connections: The evolution of rural and small town planning in Canada|Connexions rurales : L'évolution de l'aménagement rural et des petites localités au Canada / Wayne J. Caldwell -- Regional planning: A new agenda for the Cinderella discipline|L'aménagement régional : Nouveau programme pour la discipline cendrillon / Heather M. Hall -- Unleashing the true power of urban design|Libérer le vrai pouvoir du design urbain / Ken Greenberg -- World Heritage cities: Evolving approaches to urban planning|Villes du patrimoine mondial : L'évolution des approches en matière d'urbanisme / Christina Cameron -- 'The City Healthy': A history of public health and planning in Canada|> : Histoire de la santé publique et de l'urbanisme au Canada / Trevor Hancock -- Women and planning in Canada: The first 100 years|Les femmes et l'urbanisme au Canada : Les 100 premières années / Julia Markovich -- Ecological footprint analysis: A product of epiphany and serendipity|Analyse de l'empreinte écologique : Entre la révélation et l'heureux hasard / William E. Rees -- Eye of the storm: Partnerships in climate change planning|L'oeil de la tempête : Partenariats dans la planification en matière de changement climatique / Beate Bowron & Gary Davidson -- Master planned communities|Communautés planifiées / Pierre Filion -- Big-city planning: Memories and insights|L'aménagement des grandes villes : Souveniers et réflexions / Larry Beasley -- Montreal, rebuilding from within|La ville sur elle-même : Montréal, un projet de reconstruction / Sylvain Ducas -- Into post-suburbia?: Planning the Canadian periphery after the suburb|Arrivons-nous à l'ère postsuburbaine? : Après la banlieue, l'aménagement en périphérie / Roger Keil -- Multicultural planning: Evolution and scope in the Canadian context|Aménagement multiculturel : Évolution et portée dans le contexte canadien / Mohammad A. Qadeer & Sandeep Agrawal -- Form-based codes in Canada|Le zonage fondé sur la forme au Canada / Hazel Borys -- Quebec urbanism: Between achievements and challenges|L'urbanisme québécois : Entre acquis et défis / Gérard Beaudet -- The future of planning education|L'avenir de la formation en urbanisme / Jill L. Grant -- Beyond the flatlands: Experimenting with film as a planning methodology|Au-delà de la représentation bidimensionnelle : L'expérimentation avec le film comme méthode en urbanisme / Leonie Sandercock -- Urban planning for transition: A Montreal experiment|L'urbanisme de la transition : Une expérience montréalaise / Franck Scherrer -- Urban technology: The rise of the 'innovation machine'|Technologie urbaine : L'avènement du > / Richard Shearmur & David Wachsmuth -- The future is not what it used to be: Changing travel demands and their implications for transport planning|L'avenir n'est plus ce qu'il était : Les besoins changeants en déplacement et leurs conséquences pour la planification des transports / Todd Litman -- Infrastructure planning: At a crossroads|Le planification des l'infrastructures : À la croisée des chemins / Matti Siemiatycki -- Food for thought: The future of food systems planning in Canada|Pour alimenter la réflexion : L'avenir de la planification des systèmes alimentaires au Canada / Alison Blay-Palmer & Karen Landman -- Changing times, changing cities: The implications of generational change for planning|Les temps changement, les villes aussi : Les conséquences des changements générationnels pour l'urbanisme / Markus Moos -- Planning and public health: The need to work together - again!|Aménagement et santé publique : le besoins de travailler ensemble...encore! / Karen Lee -- Right to the city: Human rights and Candians cities|Le droit à la ville : Les droits de la personne et les villes canadiennes / Sandeep Agrawal -- 'All our relations': A future for planning|> : Un avenir pour l'urbanisme / Leela Viswanathan Celebrating 100 years|Célébrons ces 100 ans Introduction to the centenary special issue|Introduction au numéro spécial du centenaire -- Our common past?: A re-interpretation of Canadian planning histories|Notre passé commun ? : Une réinterprétation des histories de l'urbanisme au Canada / Jeanne M. Wolfe, David L.A. Gordon, & Raphaël Fischler -- Indigenous rights and planning: From recognition to meaningful coexistence?|Les droits des Autochtones et l'urbanisme : De la reconnaissance à une coexistence significative? / Janice Barry & Joelle McNeil/Cassidy -- The contribution of landscape architecture to urban planning, past and present|Contribution passée et actuelle de l'architecture de paysage à l'urbanisme / Ron Williams -- Rural connections: The evolution of rural and small town planning in Canada|Connexions rurales : L'évolution de l'aménagement rural et des petites localités au Canada / Wayne J. Caldwell -- Regional planning: A new agenda for the Cinderella discipline|L'aménagement régional : Nouveau programme pour la discipline cendrillon / Heather M. Hall -- Unleashing the true power of urban design|Libérer le vrai pouvoir du design urbain / Ken Greenberg -- World Heritage cities: Evolving approaches to urban planning|Villes du patrimoine mondial : L'évolution des approches en matière d'urbanisme / Christina Cameron -- 'The City Healthy': A history of public health and planning in Canada|> : Histoire de la santé publique et de l'urbanisme au Canada / Trevor Hancock -- Women and planning in Canada: The first 100 years|Les femmes et l'urbanisme au Canada : Les 100 premières années / Julia Markovich -- Ecological footprint analysis: A product of epiphany and serendipity|Analyse de l'empreinte écologique : Entre la révélation et l'heureux hasard / William E. Rees -- Eye of the storm: Partnerships in climate change planning|L'oeil de la tempête : Partenariats dans la planification en matière de changement climatique / Beate Bowron & Gary Davidson -- Master planned communities|Communautés planifiées / Pierre Filion -- Big-city planning: Memories and insights|L'aménagement des grandes villes : Souveniers et réflexions / Larry Beasley -- Montreal, rebuilding from within|La ville sur elle-même : Montréal, un projet de reconstruction / Sylvain Ducas -- Into post-suburbia?: Planning the Canadian periphery after the suburb|Arrivons-nous à l'ère postsuburbaine? : Après la banlieue, l'aménagement en périphérie / Roger Keil -- Multicultural planning: Evolution and scope in the Canadian context|Aménagement multiculturel : Évolution et portée dans le contexte canadien / Mohammad A. Qadeer & Sandeep Agrawal -- Form-based codes in Canada|Le zonage fondé sur la forme au Canada / Hazel Borys -- Quebec urbanism: Between achievements and challenges|L'urbanisme québécois : Entre acquis et défis / Gérard Beaudet -- The future of planning education|L'avenir de la formation en urbanisme / Jill L. Grant -- Beyond the flatlands: Experimenting with film as a planning methodology|Au-delà de la représentation bidimensionnelle : L'expérimentation avec le film comme méthode en urbanisme / Leonie Sandercock -- Urban planning for transition: A Montreal experiment|L'urbanisme de la transition : Une expérience montréalaise / Franck Scherrer -- Urban technology: The rise of the 'innovation machine'|Technologie urbaine : L'avènement du > / Richard Shearmur & David Wachsmuth -- The future is not what it used to be: Changing travel demands and their implications for transport planning|L'avenir n'est plus ce qu'il était : Les besoins changeants en déplacement et leurs conséquences pour la planification des transports / Todd Litman -- Infrastructure planning: At a crossroads|Le planification des l'infrastructures : À la croisée des chemins / Matti Siemiatycki -- Food for thought: The future of food systems planning in Canada|Pour alimenter la réflexion : L'avenir de la planification des systèmes alimentaires au Canada / Alison Blay-Palmer & Karen Landman -- Changing times, changing cities: The implications of generational change for planning|Les temps changement, les villes aussi : Les conséquences des changements générationnels pour l'urbanisme / Markus Moos -- Planning and public health: The need to work together - again!|Aménagement et santé publique : le besoins de travailler ensemble...encore! / Karen Lee -- Right to the city: Human rights and Candians cities|Le droit à la ville : Les droits de la personne et les villes canadiennes / Sandeep Agrawal -- 'All our relations': A future for planning|> : Un avenir pour l'urbanisme / Leela Viswanathan 100th anniversary issue https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23360/PC.59.1.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

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    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

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    Publisher: Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University
    Country: Canada

    Volume 4, Issue 1 of the International Journal of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23303/V4I1.pdf?sequence=3

  • Publication . Journal . 2018 . Embargo End Date: 07 Jan 2020
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    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada
    Project: SSHRC

    Portraits in planning from across Canada|Coups d'oeil sur l'urbanisme à travers le Canada / Pamela Shaw -- Something new for the planner's toolkit?: Citizens' assemblies in community planning / Kent Munro -- Urban magnets: Innovative lessons from Granville Island on authenticity and economic development / Mark Holland -- Building great neighbourhoods: Recalibrating Currie / Sasha Tsenkova & Chris Elkey -- Public art: Creating a culturally vibrant region in Wood Buffalo / Nabil Malik -- Barriers to intensification: Regina's Warehouse District -- Idle, no more: Defining a planner's role when civic protest erupts / Jason Syvixay -- Kitchener grows up: Tall building guidelines for mid-sized cities / Dayna Edwards & Adam Clark -- A litmus test for neighbourhood change / Sarah Christensen, Richard Harris, & Kathleen Kinsella -- "Back from the dead": Halifax's downtown revival / Jill L. Grant, Ben Abbott, A.J. Taylor, & Qianqiao Zhu -- Plan evaluation: The elephant in the room|Évaluation d'un plan : Un sujet brûlant et délicat / Mark Seasons -- [Book review] Multicultural cities: Toronto, New York, and Los Angeles, by Mohammad Abdul Qadeer / Niger Sultana Portraits in planning from across Canada

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    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Leading global practices: International perspectives for local insights|Pratiques de pointe à l'échelle mondiale : Perspectives internationales pour une vision locale / Robert Catherall & Ken Forrest -- Inclusionary zoning: Six insights from international experience / Martine August & Giuseppe Tolfo -- The city after dark: A European approach to nightlife / Stacey Forrester -- Remembering Habitat '76: A landmark moment of international planning and optimism / Robin Koning, Andrew Martin, & Penny Gurstein -- Lessons from America's midrise capital: Planning in DC -- Marine spatial planning: A planning tool to improve Canada's ocean management and governance / Erin Stapleton -- Planning Peru forward / Rukshan de Silva -- Smart growth success story?: Commercial redevelopment and neighbourhood change in Halifax's North End / Anne Totten & Mikiko Terashima -- H. Peter Oberland (1922-2008) obituary / Ken Cameron -- [Book review] Trees and the law in Canada, by Julian A. Dunster / David Witty From global to local|D'une approche internationale à une approche locale Leading global practices: International perspectives for local insights|Pratiques de pointe à l'échelle mondiale : Perspectives internationales pour une vision locale / Robert Catherall & Ken Forrest -- Inclusionary zoning: Six insights from international experience / Martine August & Giuseppe Tolfo -- The city after dark: A European approach to nightlife / Stacey Forrester -- Remembering Habitat '76: A landmark moment of international planning and optimism / Robin Koning, Andrew Martin, & Penny Gurstein -- Lessons from America's midrise capital: Planning in DC -- Marine spatial planning: A planning tool to improve Canada's ocean management and governance / Erin Stapleton -- Planning Peru forward / Rukshan de Silva -- Smart growth success story?: Commercial redevelopment and neighbourhood change in Halifax's North End / Anne Totten & Mikiko Terashima -- H. Peter Oberland (1922-2008) obituary / Ken Cameron -- [Book review] Trees and the law in Canada, by Julian A. Dunster / David Witty https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/23003/PC.58.4.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

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    Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
    Country: Canada

    Planning around the edges|Les limites territoriales des municipalités / Sandeep Agrawal -- A view from Alberta: Municipal boundary adjustment / Sandeep Agrawal -- Treaty land entitlements: Urban reserves in the Winnipeg Metropolitan Area / Alex Hallborn, Emily Halldorson, & Janice Barry -- A watershed for collaboration: A multi-jurisdictional approach to Indigenous water stewardship / Robert Patrick, Graham Strickert, Tim Jardine, & Warrick Baijius -- Planning for the ballot box: Setting electoral boundaries in Nova Scotia / John Heseltine -- A ladder of municipal integration / John Heseltine -- The power of engagement: Planning during an annexation / Stephen Yu & Ryan Eidick -- CIP awards -- Public toilets, accessibility, and human rights: A Winnipeg pop-up campaign / Rae St. Clair Bridgman & Wins Bridgman -- Legal implications of climate change: Opportunities and risks for the professional planner / Joanna Kyriazis & Christine Callihoo -- Professional ethics, lobbying and post-employment conduct|Éthique, lobbying et conduite après-mandat / Bill Buholzer & John Steil -- Another perspective on Airbnb / Mary Tasi Planning around the edges|Les limites territoriales des municipalités Planning around the edges|Les limites territoriales des municipalités / Sandeep Agrawal -- A view from Alberta: Municipal boundary adjustment / Sandeep Agrawal -- Treaty land entitlements: Urban reserves in the Winnipeg Metropolitan Area / Alex Hallborn, Emily Halldorson, & Janice Barry -- A watershed for collaboration: A multi-jurisdictional approach to Indigenous water stewardship / Robert Patrick, Graham Strickert, Tim Jardine, & Warrick Baijius -- Planning for the ballot box: Setting electoral boundaries in Nova Scotia / John Heseltine -- A ladder of municipal integration / John Heseltine -- The power of engagement: Planning during an annexation / Stephen Yu & Ryan Eidick -- CIP awards -- Public toilets, accessibility, and human rights: A Winnipeg pop-up campaign / Rae St. Clair Bridgman & Wins Bridgman -- Legal implications of climate change: Opportunities and risks for the professional planner / Joanna Kyriazis & Christine Callihoo -- Professional ethics, lobbying and post-employment conduct|Éthique, lobbying et conduite après-mandat / Bill Buholzer & John Steil -- Another perspective on Airbnb / Mary Tasi https://viurrspace.ca/bitstream/handle/10613/22331/PC.58.3.FULL.pdf?sequence=3

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