Recent Submissions

  • Reflections on planning: Pennsylvania vs. Ontario 

    Ball, Jennifer; Brockie, Emily; Caldwell, Wayne J.; Marks, Joanne; Nelson, Mike; Parsons, Jay; Rudy, Harold; Stonehouse, Shawna; Weber, Sandra; Weir, Claire; Williams, Melanie (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    This article compares a number of rural planning issues and approaches in Pennsylvania and Ontario. The discussion focuses on issues related to the preservation of agricultural lands, urban growth boundaries, property ...
  • Whatever became of the public realm? 

    Sandalack, Bev; Nicolai, Andrei (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    Much of our everyday urban existence occurs within the shared city spaces, defined by public and private buildings and made up of streets, sidewalks, parks and squares. This public realm facilitates urbanity, and our ...
  • Public space, democracy and the living law 

    Des Rosiers, Nathalie (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    Nathalie Des Rosiers of the the Law Commission of Canada examines how urban space is governed not only by formal law but also informal rules of conduct. She raises questions about the definition of public space and ...
  • The four faces of planning ethics: A value profile 

    Wexler, Mark N.; Oberlander, Judy (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    Involvement in our segment of the complex occupational culture of the planning community often desensitizes us to values integral to other parts of the community. This paper highlights four distinct yet interrelated ...
  • It's the right thing to do - or is it?: Contemporary issues in planning ethics 

    Hendler, Sue (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    Sue Hendler defines planning ethics and goes on to summarize both the past and the possible futures of the field. Using a typology of five aspects of planning ethics, she outlines issues which she believes will help ...
  • Contents 

    Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    Table of contents for Plan Canada - Volume 42, Number 2 (April, May, June 2002).
  • The ambivalent advocate: Planning and the public interest 

    Lehman, Robert (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    Bob Lehman discusses the problem presented by the CIP Code of Professional Conduct's requirement that all planners must promote the public interest. In many instances planners are called upon to advocate for the private ...
  • The dilemma of big-picture planning: A question of ethics 

    Dorfman, Mark L. (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    For the past twenty years, Canadian planners have been faced with the dilemma of planning for communit ies in the context of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Planners now realize that bigpicture planning ...
  • Peruvian experience: A planner's lot is not a happy one 

    Rotoff, Basil M. (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    Not long before the fall of the Fujimori government and the fateful earthquakes that shook southern Peru, the author was sent there by CESO (the Canadian Executive Services Organization) in order to study the region's ...
  • An activist's experience of the planning process 

    Bennett, Ben (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    This article provides a look at the planning process in Ontario from the point of view of a citizen. Ben Bennett is representing Residents for Sustainable Development in Guelph, which opposes two big-box proposals before ...
  • Plan Canada - Volume 42, Number 2 (April-May-June 2002) 

    Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2002)
    Ethics and values|Éthique et valeurs morales