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    • Untitled 5 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2016)
      Menu from a restaurant in China. Text is in Chinese.
    • Untitled 6 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2016)
      Menu from a restaurant in Hong Kong. Text is in Chinese.
    • Untitled 7 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2016)
      Menu from a restaurant in Hong Kong. BB Cow's chef's recommendation, BB Cow's snacks, daily set meal, breakfast, tea menu, drinks.
    • Unveiling Yukon intergovernmental communication 

      Buckway, Bev J. (2011-07-11)
      Yukon is unique in Canada for its four orders of government—federal, territorial, First Nation and municipal. Determining the differences in communication characteristics, strategies, mechanisms, and processes of the ...
    • Upcycled Paper Bead Jewelry, Tanzania : Micro Business Catalyst Fellowship 2010/11 

      Vanja, Lalic (2010)
      Vanja Lalic, BA IHM 2010, describes in this video presentation the success of a bead and necklace making enterprise for women with Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in Tanzania. This upcycled paper bead jewelry business ...
    • An update on self-regulation in the Canadian securities industry (2009-2016): Funnel in, funnel out, and funnel away 

      Lokanan, Mark (Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 2018)
      Purpose –The paper analyzed the processing of complaints against investment advisors and Member firms through the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC) enforcement system between 2009 and 2016. The ...
    • Urban amnesia: The fate of Habitat '76 

      Alexander, Don (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2011)
      Thirty-five years ago, an event occurred in Vancouver that would change the face of urban policy worldwide. The conference was Habitat '76, usually known as Habitat I. Habitat I was actually two conferences. The first ...
    • Urban design workshop: Designing for smart growth 

      Taranu, Alex; Behar, Moiz (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
      The OPPI Urban Design Group (composed of Moiz Behar, Dan Leeming, Anne McIlroy, Trevor McIntyre, Alex Taranu, Sonny Tomich and Steven Wimmer) organized an urban design workshop at the CIP/OPPI Conference held in Ottawa ...
    • Urban diversity: Planning for multicultural cities 

      Burstein, Meyer; Grenier, Sylvie (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2000)
      The idea of a conference on urban diversity took root when the Region of Ottawa-Carleton started its Regional Official Plan Review. While those of us in the Planning Department were discussing the new challenges to the ...
    • Urban forest values and willingness to volunteer : a case study of New Westminster, Canada 

      Peerless, Sarah Joanne (2020-09-26)
      Many urban forests across North America are experiencing a rapid decline in canopy cover due to development, disease and climate change. Municipalities are developing management strategies to protect and grow existing ...
    • Urban Heritage Trail an innovative way to highlight local history 

      Alexander, Don (Planning Institute of British Columbia, 2003-12)
    • Urban heritage: A living legacy 

      Angel, Victoria (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-12)
      UNESCO’s Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) Recommendation of 2011 represents a significant shift in how we work with urban heritage, one that has major implications for heritage planning. It proposes a more holistic ...
    • Urban innovations: Financial tools in brownfield revitalization 

      Brendon, Casey; Bergman, David; Dunstan, Judy; Lu, Hon (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2004)
      With increasing Canadian interest in brownfield redevelopment, many Ontario municipalities have begun to use financial tools such as tax increment equivalent grants to stimulate redevelopment. This article, based on a ...
    • Urban magnets: Innovative lessons from Granville Island on authenticity and economic development 

      Holland, Mark (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-03)
      This article explores a concept called Urban Magnets that helps explain why Granville Island has been so successful in the face of its many challenges. The Urban Magnet concept offers an equation of elements for ...
    • Urban park soils metals distribution in the Victoria area, British Columbia 

      Allan, Kenneth (2015-03-13)
      Surface soils in 20 urban parks in the Greater Victoria area were sampled and screened using a portable X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer. Bioaccessibility results indicated that human health risks were acceptable at all ...
    • Urban planning and ethnic diversity: Toronto and Tel Aviv 

      Yiftachel, Oren; Aharonovitz, Itzhak (Kiki) (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      Israel and Canada are multiethnic societies that employ assimilationist and multiculturalist approaches respectively to the management of ethnic diversity. This article briefly compares the two approaches and how they are ...
    • Urban planning and multiculturalism: Beyond sensitivity 

      Qadeer, Mohammad A. (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2000)
      Multiculturalism brings up culture alongside race, class, and gender as the bases of defining differences in community needs. This paper argues that such differences should be accommodated by revising planning policies, ...
    • Urban planning in a multicultural society 

      Grenier, Sylvie (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
      Summary of one of the seven themes of the 2001 CIP conference in Ottawa - "multiculturalism".
    • Urban planning in a technological era: Perspectives from environmental psychology 

      McCunn, Lindsay J. (Planning Institute of British Columbia, 2020)
      We are living in an innovative technological era and cities are, as ever, busy, overstimulating places to be. And now, they're smart. Information and communication technologies have been woven into the urban fabric ...
    • Urban planning, immigration and diversity: The perspective from Ottawa-Carleton 

      Nicholson, Carl (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2000)
      Immigrants make up about 20% of the population of the Region of Ottawa-Carleton. Despite many municipal initiatives designed to ensure that newcomers feel at home, many immigrants feel like outsiders. The Catholic ...