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Publication . Journal . 2006 . Embargo end date: 31 Jan 2020

Plan Canada - Volume 46, Number 3 (Autumn 2006)

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Open Access
English
Published: 01 Sep 2006
Publisher: Canadian Institute of Planners
Country: Canada
Abstract

New 2010 strategic plan provides opportunity for members to exercise ownership|Le nouveau plan stratégique de 2010 : Permettre aux membres de faire valoir leur droit de propriété / Blake Hudema -- From the senior editor|Le mot de la rédactrice principale / Chantal Laliberté -- CIP news|Échos de l'ICU -- Interface fire hazard: Its implications for Canadian local governments / Rob Buchan -- Can we plan for a feeling of security? / Isabelle Boucher -- Bomb-proof schools?: School and school zone policies as a measure of "safe growth" / Dawn Jourdan -- Can New Orleanians be safe in their city? / Isabelle Maret -- Pandemics, place, and planning: Learning from SARS / S. Harris Ali, Roger Keil, Claire Major, & Estair van Wagner -- The politics of fear: Securing urban space in a divided city / Alfonso Valenzuela-Aguilera -- School space/head space|Espace scolaire, espace cérébral / Jeremy Murphy -- [Book review] Some great thing, by Colin McAdam / John Steil

Security in the city|La sécurité dans la ville

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