Recent Submissions

  • Plan Canada - Volume 58, Number 3 (Fall 2018) 

    Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
    Planning around the edges|Les limites territoriales des municipalités
  • Public toilets, accessibility, and human rights: A Winnipeg pop-up campaign 

    Bridgman, Rae St. Clair; Bridgman, Wins (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
    To heighten public awareness about the need for accessible public washrooms, a unique campaign was mounted that included a public art project pop-up public toilets, and a linked social incubator for at-risk youth. ...
  • Professional ethics, lobbying and post-employment conduct 

    Buholzer, Bill; Steil, John (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
    In light of the BC government’s announced plans to restrict lobbying by ex-MLAs and very senior staff for a period after they leave office, some west coast Fellows have recently been musing about the parts of the PIBC ...
  • A ladder of municipal integration 

    Heseltine, John (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
    Citizens are not generally familiar with the options available for municipal service delivery. The ladder lists and describes approaches to municipal integration in a hierarchy progressing from typically antagonistic ...
  • Planning for the ballot box: Setting electoral boundaries in Nova Scotia 

    Heseltine, John (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
    The Province of Nova Scotia requires reviews of municipal and school board electoral boundaries on a regular cycle, as well as when municipal boundaries change. Reviews are overseen by the Nova Scotia Utility and ...
  • Treaty land entitlements: Urban reserves in the Winnipeg Metropolitan Area 

    Hallborn, Alez; Halldorson, Emily; Barry, Janice (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
    Treaty Land Entitlement is empowering Manitoba First Nations to convert urban lands to reserve status. As municipalities cannot levy taxes or enforce bylaws on adjacent reserve lands, a service agreement is ...
  • The power of engagement: Planning during an annexation 

    Yu, Stephen; Eidick, Ryan (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
    Preparing a new Area Structure Plan is a no easy feat, especially when the plan area becomes part of an annexation request that leaves much uncertainty for all parties involved. Elan is a case study of an ASP ...
  • Another perspective on Airbnb 

    Tasi, Mary (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
    A response to the article "Airbnb and the struggle for the city" by Brian Doucet, which appeared in the Summer 2018 issue of Plan Canada.
  • A watershed for collaboration: A multi-jurisdictional approach to Indigenous water stewardship 

    Patrick, Robert; Stricket, Graham; Jardine, Tim; Baijius, Warrick (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
    Municipal amalgamations in Canada have served as a precursor to larger scale regional planning initiatives. Similarly, adjusting municipal boundaries have helped to rationalize municipal services including local planning, ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Contents 

    Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-09)
    Table of contents for Plan Canada - Volume 58, Number 3 (Fall 2018).
  • Legal implications of climate change: Opportunities and risks for the professional planner 

    Kyriazis, Joanna; Callihoo, Christine (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2008-09)
    The frequency of extreme weather events is putting more people and infrastructure in harm’s way. In both proactive and reactive ways, the law is evolving to better direct the incorporation of climate change ...