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    • Book reviews 

      Gerecke, Kent; Lockery, Andy; Seasons, Mark (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      Planning local economic development: Theory and practice by Edward J. Blakely (Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1989) is reviewed by Kent Gerecke; Community cycling manual, a planning and design guide by Daphne Hope and Dwight ...
    • 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 ...
    • Contents 

      Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      Table of contents for Plan Canada - Volume 31, Number 6 (November 1991).
    • Feminist critiques of planning for work: Considerations for future planning 

      Milroy, Beth Moore (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      Social values surrounding work become manifested in the urban environment in numerous ways. Planners contribute to this in their capacity as implementers of political decisions. Conventional ways of thinking about work ...
    • 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 ...
    • L'intégration du patrimoine urbain dans les stratégies d'urbanisme: Perspectives québécoises en matière decontrôle de l'aménagement et de l'architecture 

      Lessard, Marie (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      Mainly because we value the environment's quality and because we are aware of the limited resources and of the necessity to protect existing urban areas, new planning strategies give priority to the urban fabric. In this ...
    • Plan Canada - Volume 31, Number 6 (November 1991) 

      Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      Planning: Emerging futures|Les voices d'avenir en urbanisme
    • Planner as educator: A vision of a new practitioner 

      Alexander, Don; Calliou, Sharilyn (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      This paper examines and compares the visionary tradition in planning and community education for their possible relevance to "emerging futures" for planners. It suggests the need for a new practitioner who will combine the ...
    • Planning for uncertain futures: Thoughts for practice 

      Seasons, Mark (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      Planning far the future is fundamental to planning practice. However, conventional long-range planning approaches seem unsuitable in an environment of increasing uncertainty and turbulence. This article explores the ...
    • 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.
    • Reinvigorating Canadian planning practice: A practitioner's view 

      Witty, David R. (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      The practice of planning continues to face criticism for its lack of relevance and its unwillingness to commit to challenging new imperatives. Such criticism is frequently justified. But planning is more complex than ...
    • A review of the CIP strategic plan 

      Sherwood, David H. (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      The Executive Director of CIP reviews the Strategic Plan. Five years ago CIP underwent a drastic restructuring following a period of turbulence. A performance review discusses leadership, international affairs, information, ...
    • Stewardship, planning and public policy 

      Beavis, Mary Ann (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      The notion of stewardship, often connected with sustainable development has become a favourite way for planners and policymakers to characterize an appropriate environmental ethic. The article traces the origins of the ...
    • Sustainable urban development for Ottawa: Planners can make a difference 

      Nawaz, Rasheeda (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1991-11)
      The paper is an exposition of a positive professional planning experience. In retrospect, it appears that this has been possible due to the front line planners' commitment to professional ethics and values, and to greater ...