Now showing items 1-5 of 5

    • Adjusting to Toronto's new reality 

      Qadeer, Mohammad; Agrawal, Sandeep (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-07)
      The argument put forth in this article, with the help of the accompanying map, is that the Toronto Metropolitan Area (TMA) has evolved into distinct ethnic sectors of vibrant institutions, cultural practices, and ...
    • Human rights 101 for planners 

      Agrawal, Sandeep (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-06)
      With the growing number of human rights challenges in planning matters, understanding of human rights among planners is becoming imperative. This article explains the basics of human rights and related legislation, ...
    • Human rights and the city 

      Agrawal, Sandeep (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-06)
      It is my pleasure as a guest editor to introduce this special issue on human rights and the city. This thematic issue brings together a Canadian Who’s Who of those working in at the intersection of human rights and planning.
    • Planning around the edges 

      Agrawal, Sandeep (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
      It is my pleasure to introduce this special issue of Plan Canada on Planning Around the Edges. This thematic issue brings together both practitioners and academics to opine and reflect on the approaches to changing municipal ...
    • A view from Alberta: Municipal boundary adjustment 

      Agrawal, Sandeep (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
      Adjusting municipal boundaries changes a municipality significantly in how and where it grows, manages its financial affairs, and provides services to its residents. Annexation is the most common and frequent form of ...