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    • Canadian community planning 100 years on: Where next? 

      Hodge, Gerald (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      As community planning in Canada enters its second century, many past challenges (e.g., affordable housing, citizen participation and environmental pollution) still await resolution. New challenges through the aging of ...
    • Intensive care: Public participation and urban design 

      Pianosi, Karen (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      The desirability of increased use of existing residential areas is acknowledged. Anticipating development pressure and community concerns around this issues, the City of Burlington Strategic Plan directed resident involvement ...
    • Planning, power and ethics 

      Gerecke, Kent; Reid, Barton (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      The integrity of planning as a profession is under challenge. The retreat from rational comprehensive planning in the 1960s has not produced an adequate substitute. Into the breach, a number of competing perspectives have ...
    • Realizing old and new agendas: The challenge within 

      Mathur, Brijesh (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      As we contemplate the emerging futures for planning, it is as important to identify future challenges as it is to look back on our past performance to assess our preparedness for meeting the challenges which lie before us.