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    • Urban diversity: Planning for multicultural cities 

      Burstein, Meyer; Grenier, Sylvie (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2000)
      The idea of a conference on urban diversity took root when the Region of Ottawa-Carleton started its Regional Official Plan Review. While those of us in the Planning Department were discussing the new challenges to the ...
    • Urban planning and multiculturalism: Beyond sensitivity 

      Qadeer, Mohammad A. (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2000)
      Multiculturalism brings up culture alongside race, class, and gender as the bases of defining differences in community needs. This paper argues that such differences should be accommodated by revising planning policies, ...
    • Urban planning, immigration and diversity: The perspective from Ottawa-Carleton 

      Nicholson, Carl (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2000)
      Immigrants make up about 20% of the population of the Region of Ottawa-Carleton. Despite many municipal initiatives designed to ensure that newcomers feel at home, many immigrants feel like outsiders. The Catholic ...
    • Where planning meets multiculturalism: A View of planning practice in the Greater Toronto Area 

      Wallace, Marcia (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2000)
      Planners' experience with ethno-cultural diversity in the Greater Toronto Area was identified at a one-day York University conference called Planning in a Multicultural Region. Examples illustrate how ethnicity and ...