Recent Submissions

  • Smart growth success story?: Commercial redevelopment and neighbourhood change in Halifax's North End 

    Totten, Anne; Terashima, Mikiko (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    The North End neighbourhood in Halifax, Nova Scotia, is witnessing rapid development of mixed-use buildings driven by a smart growth-oriented development policy. The four most recently developed commercial spaces now ...
  • Planning Peru forward 

    de Silva, Rukshan (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) leads many local and global initiatives in the fields of community, economic, and sustainable development. The CISAL program was initiated in 2014 and aims to empower ...
  • H. Peter Oberlander, 1922-2008 

    Cameron, Ken (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
  • Inclusionary zoning: Six insights from international experience 

    August, Martine; Tolfo, Giuseppe (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    Inclusionary zoning (IZ) is increasingly viewed as a best practice in planning, and a potential solution to crises in housing affordability. For jurisdictions considering this approach, we offer six insights into IZ ...
  • Lessons from America's midrise capital: Planning in DC 

    Ozberk, Erkin (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    This article focuses on the urban design and social equity challenges of a rapidly growing Washington, DC from the perspective of a Canadian planner working in the capital for the past eight years. Given the city’s spatial ...
  • Marine spatial planning: A planning tool to improve Canada's ocean management and governance 

    Stapleton, Erin (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    The sustainable management of Canada’s oceans requires balancing new marine uses while safeguarding traditional uses, all while ensuring environmental protection. Marine spatial planning is a tool that can help us ...
  • [Book review] Trees and the law in Canada 

    Witty, David R. (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    Review of the book "Trees and the law in Canada" by Julian A. Dunster ([Victoria, BC]: Dunster & Associates Environmental Consultants, 2018).
  • Remembering Habitat '76: A landmark moment of international planning and optimism 

    Koning, Robin; Martin, Andrew; Gurstein, Penny (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    In 1976, many of the world’s keenest planning minds descended on Canada to share their perspectives on community planning and development. The lessons and agreements from this ambitious gathering set the direction ...
  • Leading global practices: International perspectives for local insights 

    Catherall, Robert; Forrest, Ken (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    Cognisant of the limitations of transferring ideas, processes, and policies across transnational, national, and even regional contexts, we have used this issue to consider the application to the Canadian context of ...
  • Contents 

    Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    Table of contents for Plan Canada - Volume 58, Number 4 (Winter 2018).
  • The city after dark: A European approach to nightlife 

    Forrester, Stacey (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    This article explores new partnership models in urban nightlife planning. Inspired by the cross–sector approach that many cities in Europe are taking, the BC-based nonprofit Good Night Out Vancouver, is working with ...
  • Plan Canada - Volume 58, Number 4 (Winter 2018) 

    Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-12)
    From global to local|D'une approche internationale à une approche locale