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  • Plan Canada - Volume 41, Number 3 (July-August-September 2001) 

    Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    2001: A spatial odyssey / 2001: Une odyssée de l'espace
  • Contents 

    Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    Table of contents for Plan Canada - Volume 41, Number 3 (July, August, September 2001).
  • Une odyssée spatiale et spéciale! 

    Dubé, Pierre (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    Il me fait plaisir de vous présenter dans ce numéro de Plan Canada, un aperçu du Congrès 2001 organisé conjointement par l'Institut canadien des urbanistes et l'Institut professionnel des urbanistes de l'Ontario à Ottawa ...
  • Transforming Canadian communities and Canadian planning 

    Gordon, David L.A. (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    This issue of Plan Canada is part of the legacy of the largest gathering of Canadian planners ever held. The articl.es are also a testament to the quality and diversity of planning practice across our country. In July ...
  • Cities in civilization: Culture, innovation, and urban order 

    Hall, Peter (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    Why should great cities suddenly become creative? Why do they have golden ages, belles époques? Why was Florence so remarkable a place in the fifteenth century, or London at the end of the sixteenth, or Paris at the ...
  • Planning for a surprise 

    Gotlieb, Allan (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    How do we promote heritage and protect the potential for building a great city?
  • Closing remarks 

    Barber, John (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    John Barber, urban affairs columnist for The Globe and Mail, gives closing remarks at the 2001 CIP conference in Ottawa. He had a mandate to visit as many conference sessions as he could and report his off-the-cuff ...
  • Collaboration between municipal planners, a citizens' association, and an academic institution in the rehabilitation of Le Village (Cornwall, Ontario) 

    Friedman, Avi; Bedford, Ken; Charlebois, Chuck (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    For over a century, the city of Cornwall has been economically reliant on traditional manufacturing-based businesses. Over the past thirty years, however, changes in global markets and production practices have ...
  • From plan to reality: Planners as champions of revitalization and implementation 

    Hackett, Nancy C.; Smith, Neale (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    In 2000, Red Deer City adopted two new redevelopment plans, one for an older, neglected neighbourhood and one for the downtown core. The city has now developed an implementation strategy that is to realize the plans' ...
  • Planning for and with high technology 

    Cappe, Marni (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    Summary of one of the seven themes of the 2001 CIP conference in Ottawa - "high technology".
  • E-design and technology centres 

    Price, Warren (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    The author discusses how cities, specifically technology centres located in urban areas, attract knowledge sector workers. Two projects are highlighted: a 100-acre technology park on the campus of the University of Waterloo, ...
  • Capital cities at a glance 

    Dubé, Pierre (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    Summary of one of the seven themes of the 2001 CIP conference in Ottawa - "capital cities".
  • Bruxelles grandeurs et misères d'une super-capitale 

    Miller, Jacqueline (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    Bruxelles: cinq fois capitale. Bruxelles assume aujourd'hui son rôle de supercapitale: siège des principales institutions européennes (la Commission, le secrétariat du Conseil des Ministres, le Comité économique ...
  • Arts, culture, and tourism 

    Miguelez, Alain (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    Summary of one of the seven themes of the 2001 CIP conference in Ottawa - "arts, culture, and tourism".
  • Support for heritage townscapes in the U.K. 

    Shipley, Robert (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    The decline of many town centres is an unfortunate result of various economic and social forces. There have been various attempts in different parts of the world to assist in reversing the decline of older urban-core ...
  • Urban planning in a multicultural society 

    Grenier, Sylvie (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    Summary of one of the seven themes of the 2001 CIP conference in Ottawa - "multiculturalism".
  • Ethno-racial diversity and planning practices in the Greater Toronto Area 

    Wallace, Marcia; Milroy, Beth Moore (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    This research addresses the issue of whether ethno-racial diversity is acknowledged in planning practices in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
  • International planning 

    Strachan, Grace (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    Summary of one of the seven themes of the 2001 CIP conference in Ottawa - "international planning".
  • Public participation and municipal strengthening in northern Peru 

    Déoux, Patrick G. (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    The main participants in this project were Peruvian municipalities, a Peruvian team, Canadian executing agencies responsible for implementation (development consultants from the firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, working ...
  • Environmental planning: Greening by doing 

    Smith, Nancy; Kriger, David (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2001)
    Summary of one of the seven themes of the 2001 CIP conference in Ottawa - "green planning".

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